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.
Robin graduated from Michigan Tech in 1986 with bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Administration, and began a fifteen year career with Procter amp; Gamble. Her first position was as Project and Maintenance Manager in Cheboygan, Michigan. In 1990, she became Plant Diversity amp; Organization Effectiveness Manager at P amp;G's Cincinnati, Ohio facility. Her next position was Plant Environmental . . .
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 . . .
A native of Aurora, MN, John attended St. Thomas College in St. Paul for two years prior to transferring to Michigan Tech to play football and complete his Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering, with honors. He was initiated into the Phi Lambda Upsilon honorary chemical engineering and Sigma Xi. After graduation in 1954, John joined the graduate program in chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, receiving . . .