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Alfred (Al) Hendrickson

'51

Retired Michigan Technological University Materials Science and Engineering BS EMY 1951, MS Metallurgical Engineering 1954, PhD MSE 1960 1951 BS graduate of Michigan Tech with degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Went on to earn MS in Metallurgical Engineering from Columbia University in 1954, and PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from Northwestern University in 1960. Appointed Assistant Professor . . .

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Greg Sesselmann

'81

Greg Sesselmann had an epiphany but was afraid to tell anyone. “I was the black sheep of the family,” he explains. “If somebody had spilled the milk, they’d all close their eyes and say, odds are, it was me.” His family of six Tech graduates (all with better GPAs) never heard this particular hare-brained idea, but when a co-worker did, she refused to leave him alone until he worked on it. . . .

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Jennifer Trice

'87, '89

Why did you choose Michigan Tech? Michigan Tech’s rating as a top engineering school with all of the major disciplines since I was undeclared for a major at first.  The other deciding factor was looking at a map.  My family had a long history of vacationing in lower Michigan so I had a fond place in my heart for Michigan.  Even though I had not been to the UP, when I looked at a map, I was sure . . .