Bonnie Boberg'73, '75
Bonnie completed her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics from Michigan Technological University in 1973 and 1975 respectively. In August 1998 Bonnie was appointed by the National Security Agency’s Directorate of Operations to serve as a Technical Director in the Office of Analysis, Production and Corporate Services within the Cryptanalysis Group. Prior to that, she served for more than . . .
Britta Jost'02, '04
Britta Jost is a Senior Engineer in Large Structures Design Engineering for Caterpillar Inc. In her current role, she has design control responsibility for D6 track-type tractor chassis components worldwide. Her goals are to provide new, quality designs; to work with the product support and manufacturing areas to provide timely resolutions to field and production problems; and to pursue cost reduction initiatives.
Donald Daavettila'56, '58
Daavettila began his career as a scientist at Argonne National Laboratory for more than five years. He then became a nuclear test engineer at the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Plant in Monroe, Michigan, before joining Michigan Tech's nuclear engineering program in 1964.
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