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Barbara Lograsso

'80, '82

Barbara earned a bachelor's degree in Metallurgical Engineering in 1980 and a master's degree in 1982. She then later completed her PhD in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science in 1991 from Michigan Tech. In 1986, Barbara worked at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, New York) in the Materials Science Department as an Instructor/Materials Scientist. In 1988 she joined the Metallurgy and Ceramics Division . . .

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Jayson Ripke

'97, '00

Jayson received his B.S. and M.S. in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering and PhD. In Chemical Engineering all from Michigan Tech. Jayson's extensive industrial experience began with Northshore Mining as a Process Engineer in the Iron Ore Pellet Plant with Cliffs Natural Resources (formally Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc.) and was soon promoted to Chief Metallurgist at CCI’s Wasbush Mines Concentrator in Labrador, . . .

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Josh Fogarty

'03

Why did you choose Michigan Tech? 1) The great engineering program 2) The more personal, smaller school feel 3) The location (and outdoor experience) Tell us about a memorable experience you had with a class or about a favorite professor? My favorite class memory was Senior Design. It felt more like the real world, with a multi-faceted project and multiple problems to be solved. The team was able to split up and . . .

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