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Dr. Kenneth E. Noll, is a Professor and former Department Chair of Environmental Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology. Dr. Noll earned his baccalaureate degree from Michigan Tech in civil engineering with honor in 1959, did graduate work in meteorology as an Air Force Officer at the University of Wisconsin, and was awarded master's and doctoral degrees in civil . . .
David Gustafson was born and raised in the Copper Country and came to Michigan Tech following his graduation from Hancock High School in 1957. He earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1961. Following graduation, he worked for Bergeron & Lang Consulting Engineers in New Orleans and continued his graduate study in structural engineering at Tulane . . .
Dr. Mark R. Stumpf received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1965 and his masters degree in environmental engineering in 1967. During his student years, he served as Vice President of his junior class and was a member of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. After graduation, he joined Amoco Chemicals Corporation designing wastewater treatment plants. . . .