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Moussa Sissoko, a 2004 civil engineering graduate, was selected as a Modern-Day Technology Leader in the 22nd Annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards and received the award in Baltimore this February. Modern-Day Technology Leaders are people of color who are shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology through outstanding performance and achievements that . . .
Debra Campbell graduated from Michigan Tech in 1976 with a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering. Since August of 2003, she has held the position Director of Planning for Grand County, Colorado. In this role she has responsibility for land development review, enforcement of zoning regulations, building permit review, and long range planning for Grand County, Colorado. . . .
Mr. David P. Post, a 1956 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Senior Vice President with the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Upon graduation, he joined Bethlehem Steel as a member of the Loop management training program and a short time later was named a salesman in the Chicago district. As he progressed through the organization, he held the positions . . .