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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.
Holly Hillberg is a highly respected, internationally-renowned senior executive whose visionary leadership and extraordinary business acumen at Johnson & Johnson, Carestream Health, and Eastman Kodak Company have been pivotal over the years in defining and aligning the companies’ footprints for success. Holly holds a B.S.in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University as well as a B.S. and . . .
Mr. Hugh Winn was born in St. Louis Missouri in April 1918. He attended Michigan Tech and graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering in 1940. Hugh, the son of a Civil Engineer, had three brothers, two of who attended Michigan Tech, one in Mining Engineering and the other in Electrical Engineering. Following graduation, Hugh joined Dow Chemical Company where he worked on the development of Saran. During the Second World . . .