Teo Babun '72
Teo A. Babun Jr. graduated from Michigan Tech in 1972 with bachelor’s degrees in both electrical engineering and business engineering administration. He later received a PhD from Vision International University. In 1980, Babun, with two partners, started General Eletro-Components, and he was named the president and CEO. He subsequently . . .
Mr. Putnam began his career at Clark Controller Company in 1950. He attended Cleveland-Marshall Law School evenings and earned a J.D. law degree in 1955 becoming General and Patent Counsel for the Clark Controller Company. In 1963, Charlie began his career with Whirlpool Corporation as a Patent Attorney. After holding several key executive positions, he was elected . . .
Scott received his BS degree in electrical engineering from Michigan Tech in 1981 and then attended the Tuck School at Dartmouth College and received his MBA degree in 1983. He started his career with Cadillac Motor Division in Detroit, where he held several positions before moving to the Chicago area in 1987 where he joined the A. T. Kearney Company . . .
Britta Anderson '15, a new member of the Alumni Board of Directors, says that she didn’t choose Michigan Tech—Michigan Tech chose her. "I was visiting for the Leading Scholars competition. My host, along with some other hosts and scholars, were down at Prince's Point enjoying the late evening snowfall. The moment that I crested the hill walking back up is forever solidified in my mind's eye. In that moment, . . .
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