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Dr. Damoder "Pat" Reddy received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1958 from Osmania University in India. Subsequently, he served two years as a public works engineer. He enrolled in Michigan Tech's graduate school in 1960 and earned a masters degree in civil engineering in 1962. He served on the Michigan Tech Civil Engineering Faculty as a structural engineering instructor from 1962-1963, . . .
Dale Deibel, P.E. is currently the chief operating officer at Spicer Group, Inc. – an engineering, surveying, and planning firm with 150 employees and offices in Saginaw, Detroit, Caro, St. Johns, and Tempe, Arizona. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1974 and obtained his P.E. registration in 1978. After graduating from Michigan Tech, Dale worked briefly for Elk Grove Engineering in Illinois. . . .
Ron Staley'77, '80
Ronald Staley, who earned an associate’s degree in civil engineering technology in 1977 and a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1980, has high praise for Michigan Tech. “I learned how to study hard,” he recalls, “and I remember working hard. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Michigan Tech.”