Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences Alumni

Distinguished Alumni

Dawn Plitzuweit

Dawn Plitzuweit

'95

Dawn Plitzuweit, who has excelled in women's basketball as both player and coach, earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences. While playing for Tech (1990-95), she was named twice an All-America, twice an All-America Honorable Mention, and twice an All-Academic player. As a player, Plitzuweit led her team to three titles in the GLIAC and four appearances . . .

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Jeffrey Jentzen

Jeffrey Jentzen

'75

A resident of Ypsilanti, Michigan and graduate of Ypsilanti High School, Dr. Jentzen is a 1975 graduate of Michigan Technological University. He received a B.S. degree in biological sciences. While at Tech he also played varsity football and competed in wrestling. He was the 1971 Outstanding Freshman Athlete. After attending Michigan Tech, he began his medical career . . .

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David Rowe

David Rowe

'84, '91

David Rowe earned two degrees from Michigan Tech and is doubly grateful for having them. He earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences in 1984 and went on to medical school for a few years. Later, he realized business was his passion and came back to Michigan Tech in 1991 for a business degree, in preparation for an MBA in finance from . . .

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