Marilyn Clark'73, '76
Marilyn Clark received a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Michigan Tech in 1973 and a master's degree in Business in 1976. Clark first worked as a Computer Programmer with A. C. Spark Plug, now Delphi, in Flint, Michigan. After receiving her masters, Clark joined Cummins Engine Company in Jamestown, New York. She became one of the first women shop floor supervisors. . . .
Werner R. Vogt, a native of Germany, was raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. He earned a BS in Physics from Michigan Technological University in 1966, and then studied business at the University of Michigan. His first position was with Union Carbide, and by 1971 he was promoted to Plant Manager of the Consumer Product Division in Geneva, Switzerland. While working for . . .
Chronic pain research engages 2007 alumna Jill Recla, who graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s in bioinformatics, has had an abiding dream since high school, when she told her best friend, who was suffering from chronic pain, "Don’t worry. I’ll save you." Looking back, she sums up her goal simply and ambitiously: "I decided I was going . . .
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