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Tom Maki completed his Baccalaureate degree in Civil Engineering in 1971. Following graduation, he joined the Michigan Department of Transportation and over the next 30 years advanced through the Resident Construction Engineer and District Engineer positions to the executive level as the Chief Operations Officer. In his role as COO, he was responsible for the Department’s . . .
Kenneth Seaton was born and raised in the Copper Country and entered Michigan Tech in 1947. During his years at Tech, he earned varsity letters in track and basketball, and was MVP of the basketball team in 1951. He received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1951 and joined the Michigan Highway Department as an engineer trainee. In 1952, he entered . . .
Dr. Howard Perko completed his BS degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1993 with distinction. From there he went on to earn MS and Ph.D. degrees from Colorado State University with emphasis in soil mechanics. He received several graduate and post graduate research grants from NASA and worked a short time at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. One of . . .