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James Graham

'70

Jim Graham, a resident of Centennial, Colorado, is a 1970 graduate of Michigan Tech’s Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering. Jim began his career as process engineer for Texas Gulf in Moab, Utah. In 1973, he moved to the coal fields of West Virginia for Zapata Corporation and through a series of promotions moved to Lexington, Kentucky as Vice President Engineering. His next move in 1992 was to General . . .

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Amy Clarke

'00

Since graduating in 2000 with a BS degree in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, Amy has built upon her Michigan Tech education to achieve great success. She added MS and PhD degrees in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and received the Willy Korf Award for Young Excellence in 2007 for her PhD research on advanced high strength steels. Her early career began as a G.T. Seaborg . . .

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Jennifer Trice

'87, '89

Why did you choose Michigan Tech? Michigan Tech’s rating as a top engineering school with all of the major disciplines since I was undeclared for a major at first.  The other deciding factor was looking at a map.  My family had a long history of vacationing in lower Michigan so I had a fond place in my heart for Michigan.  Even though I had not been to the UP, when I looked at a map, I was sure . . .