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Debra Larson

Debra Larson

'78, '81

Debra graduated from Michigan Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 1978 and followed it up with a master’s degree in civil engineering in 1981. She hails from Ishpeming and is fond of her Yooper roots. Her professional career includes stints with private engineering and manufacturing companies in Arizona, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Wisconsin from 1981 until 1989.  Then in 1994 she received . . .

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John Van Huis

John Van Huis

'76

John Van Huis completed his Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering at Michigan Tech in 1975. Upon graduation, he joined the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad (CNW) in the Chicago offices as a structural engineer. He went on to be engineer of coal line bridges for the new Powder River Basin coal fields in Wyoming and then bridge engineer for the entire CNW system. In 1987, he joined the investment group of CNW employees . . .

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Amy Trahey

Amy Trahey

'94

Michigan Tech is known as a very successful engineering university. It is also known for its male-dominated population. Despite the fact that women are a minority on Tech's campus, it is clear that they, like men, can find success, even in the field of engineering. Amy Trahey, a 1994 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech is living proof of this fact.""Growing up in Lansing, Mich., Trahey always had an interest . . .

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