Day: May 29, 2013



A highly successful and stable company in Michigan has asked me to help them locate and attract a metallurgist for their Gray and Ductile Iron foundry. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone to come in and immediately make a difference in a business. This position will interface directly with nearly the entire facility, providing growth and further learning opportunities not available with other companies. Besides offering a strong compensation and benefits package, this company provides career advancement opportunities throughout most of the US, as well as the opportunity to interface with some of the best in the industry.

To learn more about this amazing career opportunity, please contact:

Bo Price
Global Recruiters of Raleigh

Emily Wolbeck Wins Global Literacy Award

Materials Science Student Wins Global Literacy Award

Malta Aviation
Malta Aviation

The Provost’s Office has announced the first winner of a new Global Literacy Award. It is Emily Wolbeck, a materials science and engineering major. She also is enrolled in the Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership certificate program.

The Global Literacy Award was established to encourage students to improve their understanding of global issues. Global literacy is one of Michigan Tech’s student-learning goals.

The award is a $1,000 scholarship that Wolbeck will use to study in Malta this summer. Two other Pavlis Institute students will accompany her. They will work with the Maltese Aviation Museum to help the museum portray American participation in the Air Battle of Malta during World War II.

Read more at Tech Today, by Jennifer Donovan.