Take pride as a member of the Michigan Tech alumni family with over 62,000 members living and working in more than 100 nations around the world!
The Alumni reunion is a wonderful time to reunite with classmates and reminisce about your time at Michigan Tech.
Take advantage of continuing education and career planning and assistance, or even get help finding a job.
Being an alumnus of Michigan Tech has advantages other than a world-class education.
Stay current with department news and research.
What You Can Do
Take advantage of the vast network and resources the Office of Alumni Engagement has to offer.
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your alma mater while helping future and current young alumni.
Enjoy alumni events in your local area.
Tell us about yourself.
David Matson is Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer for UnionBanCal Corporation and Union Bank of California. He earned two baccalaureate degrees, one in civil engineering and the other in engineering administration from Michigan Tech in 1969 and completed a Master of Business Administration degree is from Western Michigan University in 1970. Mr. Matson has more than twenty-eight years of experience with Union . . .
Kristine M. Krause, Vice President of the Fossil Operations Business Unit of Wisconsin Electric, received a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1976. She went on to earn a master's of civil engineering from Marquette University, and a master's of business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. During her years at Michigan Tech she was active in the ASCE student chapter, . . .
Dr. William J. Grenney, a 1959 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University and Director of the Computer Based Intelligent Technology Laboratory. After graduation, Bill worked for Bethlehem Steel Company for two years. Later, he enlisted and served five years in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps. After leaving the Navy, Dr. Grenney completed . . .