Archives—May 2016

25 Service Years for Dewey, 35 Service Years for Auer

Michigan Tech Employee Service Recognition Event

On Wednesday, May 11, faculty and staff members, along with their guests, gathered at the Memorial Union Ballroom for an awards dinner recognizing 25, 30, 35 and 40 years of service to Michigan Tech. The following CEE faculty were recognized:

25 Years
George Dewey, Civil & Environmental Engineering

35 Years
Martin Auer, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Read more at Tech Today, by Human Resources.

Drewyor Re-appointed to Pair of State Boards

Gov. Rick Snyder has re-appointed Mike Drewyor (SoT), to the State Board of Professional Surveyors and the State Board of Professional Engineers. The boards regulate the practices of professional surveyors and engineers.

Drewyor is a professor of practice in the School of Technology and teaches in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as well. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Michigan Tech.

Read more at Tech Today, by UMC.

Roadsoft Trip for Thorpe and Pionke

The Center for Technology & Training (CTT), part of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, sent Software Engineers Sean Thorpe and Mike Pionke to provide Roadsoft on-site technical assistance to the Livingston, Eaton, Barry and Missaukee County Road Commissions and the cities of Rochester Hills and Auburn during the week of April 18, 2016.

Read more at Tech Today.