- Cell: 906-281-7530
- Administration Building G07A
- Director of News and Media Relations
Jennifer Donovan was a newspaper reporter and national magazine writer for years. Now she uses her journalistic skills and her fascination with science, technology, engineering and higher education to share Michigan Tech with the world. A graduate of the University of Central Florida and Stanford, she has a daughter, two step-daughters, three grandchildren and two cats.
- Administration/Executive Team/Board of Trustees
- Policy and Funding Issues
- Research Centers and Institutes
- International Programs & Services
- Graduate School
- Her specialties include working with local, regional, national and special-interest news media.
- She is skilled at finding and developing University news and research stories and interesting the news media in covering them.
- She maintains the University Experts Guide.
- She is a former newspaper reporter and magazine writer.
- She enjoys reading detective stories and science fiction novels.
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