Stay Connected to Your School
Are you a graduate or friend of the School of Business and Economics at Michigan Tech? Connect with us by reading alumni profiles, Impact, our annual magazine, or by sharing your story.
Daniel Kretz'70, '72
Dan graduated in 1970 with a BS degree in forestry and continued his education by earning a master’s degree in business administration from Michigan Tech. While a student at Tech he was active in Xi Sigma Pi, Blue Key, Air Force ROTC and he played football for MTU. As an undergraduate, he had the unique opportunity as senior class vice-president to serve as the . . .
Joyce Ten Haken'70
Joyce Ten Haken Strikes a Proper Work/Life Balance As Michigan Tech was suffering with below normal temperatures and above average snowfall, Joyce Ten Haken ’70 was lamenting unseasonable January heat and historically dry conditions in northern California. But, she’ll adapt, just as she has all during her long, successful career in accounting. A . . .
John Drake'64, '69
John Drake is serious about giving back to his alma mater. He attributes his success in large part to "the training and rigor of a Michigan Tech education with its insistence on understanding." Drake earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1964 and a master’s in business administration in 1969. "Nobody was better prepared . . .
Reconnect with us at the next Alumni Reunion. The School of Business and Economics Open House is held in the Academic Office Building 1:30–3:30 p.m.* during the Friday of Alumni Reunion week.
Faculty and staff would like the opportunity to meet you and share the exciting activities occurring in the School of Business and Economics. This will give you the opportunity to mingle with other alumni and reminisce about your alma mater.
Tell Us Your Story
Alumni, have a story to tell or advice to lend to our incoming business students? Tell us about how the School impacted your career, how we are unique from other business schools, why you think it is important for business students to have a STEM foundation, or anything else you'd like to pass along. Your voice, your story matters the future Huskies.
Support Business School 2.0
Alumni and friends, support our goal of upgrading our physical space and help us create the future. The School requires smart classrooms, desirable office and research space to recruit and retain world-class faculty, and areas for teams of multidisciplinary students to collaborate, receive tutoring, and seek academic advice. Donor and State matching opportunities are available.
The Alumni Association has resources for all Michigan Tech alumni.
Councils, Boards, and Speakers
The School has councils and boards to help us achieve our mission and be the top choice school for technology-centered business education among students and employers. Our Distinguished Guest Speakers connect with students, faculty, and staff by sharing knowledge and real-world business experiences.
If you would like to be considered, please contact us at 906-487-2668 or firstname.lastname@example.org.