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Caryn graduated from Michigan Tech in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering. She then went on to get her masters in chemical engineering in 2005 and her PhD in chemical engineering in 2008 from North Carolina State University. She attended post-doctoral studies in chemical engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2010. She is currently . . .
Dr. Dennis A. Clifford a Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Houston and 1963 graduate of Michigan Tech, Dr. Dennis Clifford conducts research and teaches courses in Water Chemistry and Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes. He is a Professional Engineer with more than thirty years of experience in water and soil treatment focusing on the removal . . .
Julie received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering in 1983. She is currently Superintendent at Dow Chemical, Michigan Division in Midland, Michigan. In 1995, she was one of thirteen people globally to receive the Genesis Award for Excellence in people development. Excerpted from the 1996 Presidential Council of Alumnae . . .