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Alfred (Al) Hendrickson

'51

Retired Michigan Technological University Materials Science and Engineering BS EMY 1951, MS Metallurgical Engineering 1954, PhD MSE 1960 1951 BS graduate of Michigan Tech with degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Went on to earn MS in Metallurgical Engineering from Columbia University in 1954, and PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from Northwestern University in 1960. Appointed Assistant Professor . . .

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Bhakta Rath

'58, '07

Bhakta Rath '58 has used his Michigan Tech education to reach great heights, achieve honors at the highest levels, and sponsor important initiatives.

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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 Exploration . . .