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Bruce Oliver

'63

Mr. Bruce L. Oliver was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan in 1941. He later moved to Clinton, MI where he was Valedictorian of his high school class in 1959. He then attended Michigan Tech receiving his BS in Chemical Engineering in 1963. Bruce joined the Dow Chemical Company immediately after graduation. Bruce spent his career at Dow Chemical in research and development working with such products as polypropylene, polyethylene, . . .

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Robert Ockun

'63

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 . . .

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Howard Haselhuhn

'10, '13

The ASISC research center at Michigan Tech is a partnership of academic institutions and industry with interests in mineral processing. Members pool resources to address a diverse spectrum of interdisciplinary research questions. Their primary goal: to develop a new generation of sustainable, economical mineral processing technologies. PhD student Howard Haselhuhn is an ASISC researcher focused on water chemistry. . . .