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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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Gary Halverson

'81

Gary Halverson earned a BS in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1981. He is currently an Independent Consultant to the Mining Industry and resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was President and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources from 2013-14 overseeing a Fortune 500 Company with coal and iron ore assets in the US, Canada and Australia.

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Melissa Baumann

'83

Why did you choose Michigan Tech? I chose Michigan Tech because of the quality engineering program and the beautiful Copper Country setting where I could study and ski. Tell us about a memorable experience you had with a class or about a favorite professor? My favorite professor was Tom Courtney. Professor Courtney gave the most inspiring and mid-blowing lectures. He showed us the power of Materials Science Engineering . . .