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As alumnus of Michigan Technological University's Graduate School, take pride in being a member of our alumni family! Reconnect with old classmates, stay current on Michigan Tech related news, share your story—where has life's journey taken you since leaving campus? And please, if you can, give back by supporting our hard-working Graduate Students!

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Marie Cleveland

'82

Marie Cleveland is currently Worldwide Account Manager for FedEx, responsible for bringing in $70 million in revenue annually. While she advanced through management positions, she received many honors from the company, including the President’s Club, FedEx’s highest sales award; and the Five-Star Award, FedEx’s highest accolade. She’s traveled the globe for FedEx, touching down in Europe, Asia, . . .

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Doug McDowell

'82

Before joining Michigan Tech in 1978 as an Associate Professor in the geology department, Doug obtained a B.S. (Geology & Mineralogy) from Penn State University in 1960, M.S.and Ph.D. degrees from CalTech in 1996 (Geology), held a post-doc position at the University of Chicago (Experimental Petrology), Research Associate positions at CalTech and the University of California at Riverside, and was an Assistant Professor . . .

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Julie Babcock

'83

Julie received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering in 1983. She is currently Superintendent at Dow Chemical, Michigan Division in Midland, Michigan. In 1995, she was one of thirteen people globally to receive the Genesis Award for Excellence in people development. Excerpted from the 1996 Presidential Council of Alumnae Induction.

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Boost the New Graduate Emergency Fund

Laser tag event

Our industrious Graduate Student Government has seeded the newly created Graduate Student Emergency Fund with donations raised from a laser tag event. Please help them build this fund to give meaningful help to a graduate student who finds themselves in sudden need of help.