The Department of Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanics hosted a boat cruise during the Michigan Tech Annual Alumni Reunion aboard the Ranger III cruising down the Portage Canal on Thursday, August 4th. Alumni boarded the Ranger III at the National Park Service dock. Click on picture at left for a larger image.
Certain problems can seem overwhelming—so large they often feel as though any personal effort would make no difference at all. But that’s not true, says Terry Woychowski, vice president, global vehicle program management at General Motors. We may not be able to solve the entire problem, but we can do something.
The 11th Annual ME-EM Alumni Winter Carnival Hockey Social was on Saturday, February 12, 2011 during the Michigan Tech Winter Carnival Hockey game in the MacInnes Presidential Skybox of the Student Development Complex (SDC).
Jeff Allen, L. Brad King and Jeff Naber today received endowed associate professorships in mechanical engineering-engineering mechanics. The donors are ME-EM alumni John Calder and Ron Starr.
Aboard the Ranger III for an afternoon cruise down the Portage Canal on Thursday, August 5th.
The 10th Annual ME-EM Alumni Winter Carnival Hockey Social was on Saturday, February 6, 2010 during the Michigan Tech versus Minnesota Duluth (Winter Carnival) game in the MacInnes Presidential Skybox of the Student Development Complex (SDC).
Joe Berger, a former Michigan Tech football player and academic all-american, is playing for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He started his first game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Nov. 29, in Buffalo. The Miami Herald published a feature story about him before the game
PARTsolution was featured in the article “Find a Part” in the August 24th edition of Aviation Week.com in respect to PARTsolution’s multiyear agreement with Boeing for software and services for their 3D catalog management. Timothy Thomas (BSME ’81) is CEO of PARTsolution.
Donald Boldt (BSME ’58) has been named to the Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2009. Don played football at Tech from 1954-57, having been named both a most valuable player and the top defensive player during his playing time. He stayed on for one year as assistant coach after graduation.