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Josh Fogarty

'03

Why did you choose Michigan Tech? 1) The great engineering program 2) The more personal, smaller school feel 3) The location (and outdoor experience) Tell us about a memorable experience you had with a class or about a favorite professor? My favorite class memory was Senior Design. It felt more like the real world, with a multi-faceted project and multiple problems to be solved. The team was able to split up and . . .

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Ben Almquist

'04

Benjamin D. Almquist '04 examines life at nano-scale, but thinks big. Currently a Lecturer at Imperial College London where he leads his own research team, Ben came to Michigan Tech as an undergraduate for the welcoming culture, easy access to faculty, excellent reputation, and area beauty. Here the award-winning researcher developed and refined an admirable life philosophy: "Leave the world a better place than when . . .

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Mike Dibble

'61

As the YouTube video begins, what appears to be a roller coaster approaches in slow motion: a green tube running on light rail tracks encased in bright yellow structure. As the object moves closer, it becomes a modernistic rock train with no driver and unloads into a container, turning upside down in the process. Then, it rights itself, ready to receive another load. According to its creator, Mike Dibble, this remote-controlled, . . .

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