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William F. Marshall completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1969. He is Vice President of Engineering and Development of MearsGroup, Inc., an international engineering and construction service provider to the pipeline industry with over 500 employees. Mr. Marshall joined Mears in 1989 as Director of Engineering; he assumed the role of . . .
Ben Nabozny '06 chose Michigan Tech after receiving a scholarship his junior year of high school to spend time at Michigan Tech for a summer Forestry program. "It gave me the opportunity to check out the campus, meet current students and see how school projects and curriculum are approached. Having grown up with an appreciation for education, balance and culture, it didn’t . . .
William Winiarski came to Michigan Tech because of "its singularity of purpose" - engineering. When he left Tech, he became a singular success, but he never envisioned the accomplishments he achieved. A native of Chesaning, Michigan, Winiarski graduated from Michigan Tech in 1973 with a bachelor's in civil engineering. College was "tough sledding," he says, . . .