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The Alumni reunion is a wonderful time to reunite with classmates and reminisce about your time at Michigan Tech.
Take advantage of continuing education and career planning and assistance, or even get help finding a job.
Being an alumnus of Michigan Tech has advantages other than a world-class education.
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What You Can Do
Take advantage of the vast network and resources the Office of Alumni Engagement has to offer.
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your alma mater while helping future and current young alumni.
Enjoy alumni events in your local area.
Tell us about yourself.
Kimberly D'Augustino'14, '14
The prestigious Michigan Tech President’s Award for Leadership is given to one student each year. Kimberly D’Augustino, a double major in Materials Science and Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, was given the honor in 2015. D’Augustino excelled in academics while also taking full advantage of many opportunities—both on campus and off. During her time as an undergraduate at Michigan Tech . . .
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 . . .
Karen A. Swager is Vice President, Mining Operations for the phosphates business unit of The Mosaic Company, the world's leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary crop nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. In this capacity, she provides overall direction, guidance and day-to-day support for all mining operations in the phosphates business unit. Previously, Karen . . .