Over the years, Michigan Tech alumni have shared funny, surprising, and heart-warming stories about their most memorable experiences with our faculty.
Recently we lost ME professor Aubrey Gibson, who enjoyed legendary status with ME-EM alumni from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s. He was perhaps best known for his demonstration to help students understand momentum exchange—by shooting different caliber guns into birch logs.
Other unforgettable professors we’ve celebrated in this newsletter:
Mary Ann Beckwith
Duane “Dewey” Thayer
Of course, there are a whole lot more, including new and established faculty on campus preparing current students to create the future. Many of them have been recognized for their excellence in teaching. But there’s more to share.
We want to hear about the faculty that left a lasting impression on you. Please send us your stories! We’ll share them here. Send them to email@example.com.