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Mr. Robert J. Ockun, upon his graduation from Michigan Tech with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1963, joined Hercules Powder Company in Applications Research in Wilmington, Delaware, becoming an authority on corrosion prevention coatings, specialty coatings for the US Military, and adhesion promoters for plastics. In 1967 he transferred to Chicago in plastic sales, eventually becoming Product Director . . .
Susan received a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1987. She has also participated in executive education at The University of California, Berkeley. After graduation, Susan joined Dow AgroSciences (DAS) manufacturing and has held a diverse range of manufacturing roles in her twenty-three year career with the company, having working with technologies that include emulsion polymers, latex, . . .
Sabina Houle'85, '87
Sabina is a three-time graduate of Michigan Tech. She received her BS in Chemical Engineering in 1985 then two master’s degrees, in Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, in 1987. She also received a German translating certificate from the Gunter Institute. She also studied Polymer Physics through a graduate student exchange program at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. In 1987, she began her career . . .