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Mr. Joseph M. Warren joined the 3M Corporation as a Produced Development Engineer in the reflective products division after earning a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering in 1959. Mr. Warren worked on such products as reflective highway signs, industrial bar code systems, reinforced plastics, and vibrations dampers used in industrial products and in building . . .
Holly Hillberg is a highly respected, internationally-renowned senior executive whose visionary leadership and extraordinary business acumen at Johnson & Johnson, Carestream Health, and Eastman Kodak Company have been pivotal over the years in defining and aligning the companies’ footprints for success. In the early 1990’s, when Kodak was primarily . . .
Christopher Copeland'05, '07
Dr Copeland was born and raised in the small town of Shaftsburg in mid-Michigan. Upon completion of his Bachelors in Chemical Engineering at Michigan State University, he enrolled at Michigan Technology University to pursue graduate studies in August of 2003. Working under the guidance and leadership of Professor S.K. Kawatra in the . . .