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Jana and Josh Fogarty

Jana and Josh Fogarty

'05, '03

Josh '03 and Jana '05 Fogarty's story is pure Michigan Tech. They met at Resident Assistant orientation in McNair Hall. In addition to the same college major, Materials Science, they found common ground in their passion for the outdoor experiences that abound on the Keweenaw Peninsula, from hiking to winter camping—and especially broomball. Josh graduated in spring 2003, and began work as a metallurgist for General . . .

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Arthur Karam

Arthur Karam


Arthur J. Karam (BS MTU MY 1942). Art Karam began his career as a metallurgist in Dow Chemical's Magnesium Laboratory in 1947. In 1948 he joined General Motors, beginning a 34-year career at their foundries in Saginaw, MI, Danville, IL, and Defiance, OH. He concluded his career at GM's Central Foundry Division as the plant manager of Saginaw Malleable Iron and director of Foundry and Government Relations. Following his . . .

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Rani Finstad

Rani Finstad


Rani received her Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering in 1979 from Michigan Technological University and a Master of Science in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin; Madison. Rani completed the Manufacturing Executive Program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1995 and attended the Center for Creative Leadership in 1996. She began a career with General Motors . . .