Lawrence Laurich '65, '66
Lawrence Laurich earned the degrees Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1965 and 1966, respectively. As an undergraduate at Michigan Tech, Larry earned 8 varsity letters and served as co-captain of the basketball and track teams in his senior year. After graduation he joined IBM and worked his way up through the Systems Development Division . . .
Thomas Karpus, a 1990 electrical engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is a great example of an alumni worth featuring. He has won Michigan Tech's Outstanding Young Alumni Award (2003), spoken at Commencement and earned a successful living in the electrical engineering field. Growing up in the small town of Bessemer, Mich. in the Upper Peninsula, Karpus was essentially interested in sports and science. He participated . . .
Gerald Ziarno joined the Packard Electric Division of General Motors and left after a short period to fulfill an Air Force ROTC commitment, spending two and a half years in Japan. He joined Dow Corning Corporation in Midland, Michigan, in 1962 and served in a number of management positions in locations as diverse as Belgium, Japan, and Hong Kong. He retired from Dow Corning in 1996 as Corporate Vice President and Director . . .
Dr. William Adams earned the degree Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1954, and went on to pursue an MSEE degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Purdue where he stayed on as Assistant Professor. In the early 1960s he left academia to join the Industrial Nucleonics Corp. where over the next thirty years he successively led groups . . .
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