Gary Brougham is a '69 graduate in Mathematics. He began his career after graduation in the Coast and Geodetic Survey (now NOAA), and eventually made his way to the South Pole Station gathering geometric and seismic data. In 1972 he was in the South Pole alone, "a one man geophysical field team", collecting data to update navigation maps for aircraft. Later . . .
If you’re not sure how driving a Russian missile truck during the aftermath of the Cold War might be a dream job, you’ll have to ask Steve Pribish ‘64. From 1965-1998, Pribish worked with the US Air Force’s Foreign Technology Center (now called the National Air and Space Intelligence Center). "I was fortunate to be in the data integration center, . . .
Ivo Dinov '93 chose Michigan Tech because of the "Outstanding technical curricula, exceptional reputation (globally), scholarships opportunities, and faculty expertise." Dinov says one of his most memorable experiences at Michigan Tech was Winter Carnival. "The student efforts on the ice sculptures—unforgettable!". After graduating from Michigan . . .
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