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As alumnus of Michigan Technological University's Graduate School, take pride in being a member of our alumni family! Reconnect with old classmates, stay current on Michigan Tech related news, share your story—where has life's journey taken you since leaving campus? And please, if you can, give back by supporting our hard-working Graduate Students!

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Steven Tomsovic

Steven Tomsovic

'80

Steven L. Tomsovic graduated from Michigan Technological University in 1980 with a BS in Physics. He continued his education at the University of Rochester and in 1987 received his PhD in theoretical physics. That was followed by two years near Paris, France at the Institute for Nuclear Physics with a Joliot-Curie Fellowship. There, he became fluent in French and began . . .

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Ann O'Neill

Ann O'Neill

'81

Ann graduated from Michigan Tech in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in metallurgical and materials engineering. She then began her career at TRW as a quality engineering assistant. She remained at TRW until 1989 holding a variety of positions with increasing responsibilities. During this period she also earned two additional degrees: a AAS in metrology . . .

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Russell Gronevelt

Russell Gronevelt

'69

Russell Gronevelt’s commitment to Michigan Tech runs long and deep. His service to Tech began as a civil engineering undergraduate, when he was active in the Sigma Rho fraternity and the intra-fraternity council and service on the Student Judiciary. Once settled into his career, he served two terms on the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Professional Advisory . . .

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Boost the New Graduate Emergency Fund

Laser tag event

Our industrious Graduate Student Government has seeded the newly created Graduate Student Emergency Fund with donations raised from a laser tag event. Please help them build this fund to give meaningful help to a graduate student who finds themselves in sudden need of help.