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Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
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Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
Career Services Annual Report 2010-11
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  • 1. Michigan Technological UniversityAnnual Placement Report Our Students Aren’t Just Smart—They’re Prepared Career Services 2010–11
  • 2. A b o u t M i c h i g a n Te c h Michigan Tech strives to be a research institution of international stature. Following are highlights of our endeavors to achieve this distinction.   ❖ A team of students in the Aerospace Enterprise earned the privilege of having the Department of Defense launch their custom-made satellite into orbit in 2013.   ❖ Komar Kawatra, chair of the chemical engineering department, led a student research team that developed a CO2 scrubber that captures carbon, binds it in a solid form, and makes a product that can be used as a construction material.   ❖ Michigan Tech students work on eight vehicles that include, in part, an underwater remotely-operated vehicle, an electric motorcycle, a supermileage vehicle, an off-road vehicle, and a solar-powered car.   ❖ Michigan Tech has hosted the annual SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge for several years. The challenge: reduce emissions while maintaining or boosting performance.   ❖ The graduate engineering program is ranked 85th in the nation by US News & World Report.   ❖ The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has extended the accreditation of the School of Business and Economics for five years—a distinction earned by less than 5 percent of the world’s business schools.   ❖ With more than $58 million in sponsored research, Michigan Tech ranks number one among universities in Michigan for invention disclosures per $10 million of research.   ❖ The Michigan Campus Compact (MCC) honored civil engineering undergraduate Tristram Hokenson and environmental engineering undergraduate Josh Strapec with the 2011 Heart and Soul Award for their community service.   ❖ Students Alex Cotton and Collin Veele developed and produced a device that prevents young children from unbuckling their safety belts. It has been trademarked and has received a provisional patent.   ❖ Michigan Tech finished sixth in a field of 23 teams at the 2011 National Concrete Canoe Competition, sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineering.   ❖ Associate professor Greg Odegard advised a student team that designed a human- powered, off-road wheelchair to help disabled people enjoy the outdoors.   ❖ Tech placed second among forty-eight student teams that participated in the 2011 National Student Steel Bridge Competition. The contest challenges future structural engineers to display their skills in steel design, fabrication, and teamwork.   ❖ Michigan Tech ranks first in the nation for the number of participants (32 in the field) in the Peace Corps Master’s International program, which combines a master’s degree with service. Tech is also tops in the nation for the number of academic programs (8) in which the opportunity is available.   ❖ Michigan Tech’s graduate program is growing strong and by design. More than 60 percent of Tech PhD students complete their degrees, compared to 50 percent nationally. More than 50 percent of PhD graduates end up in industry, compared to 41 percent at Tech’s peer high-research institutions.2  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 3. ContentsAbout Michigan Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Placement By Industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 By Degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 By Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 By Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Graduate Schools Attended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Undergraduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Graduate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Recruitment By Industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Company Participation Career Fair Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Interviewing Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Cooperative Education Average Hourly Co-op Salaries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Companies Hiring Co-ops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Co-op Assignments by Major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Co-op Assignments by State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Co-op Benefits beyond Salary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 International Co-op Assignments by Major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Companies Hiring International Co-ops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Salary Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Companies on Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Career Services Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Career Services Staff Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  3
  • 4. Placement Placement percentages, based Employment by Industry on 70 percent of students Industry Percent responding to the survey, include jobs in field, graduate Automotive 8.3 school, military, and those not Banking/Finance/Insurance 3.5 entering the workforce. Chemical/Food 6.6 Computer/Electronics 6.4 Construction 5.2 Consulting 13.3 Contracting 1.0 Defense/Aerospace 3.7 Education 8.1 Energy/Utilities/Minerals 8.4 Entertainment 0.7 Forestry 0.8 Government 5.1 Heavy Equipment 3.9 Manufacturing 9.6 Medical/Biomed 3.2 Other 4.9 Paper 1.5 Railroad/Transportation 1.3 Retail/Services 3.5 Sporting 0.8 Total 100.0Placement by DegreeDegree Graduates Responded Employed Employed Graduate Graduate Military Volunteer Additional Unemployed Percent Contacted Full-Time Part-Time School School UG Work Full-Time Part-Time ASC 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 100.0 BA 19 6 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 100.0 BS 962 642 464 12 105 2 18 5 2 34 94.7 MBA 16 16 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 87.5 MEG 6 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.0 MF 7 7 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 100.0 MS 140 117 73 0 32 0 5 1 0 6 94.9 PHD 25 22 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 90.9 Total 1,177 815 581 13 143 2 23 6 3 44 94.64  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 5. PlacementEmployment by Location Graduate Schools AttendedRegion/State Percent Central Michigan University University of FloridaMid-Atlantic 3.7 Colorado State University University of Illinois, Urbana-Cham- Washington, DC 0.5 Georgia Institute of Technology pagne Delaware 0.2 Illinois Institute of Technology University of Jyvaskyla Maryland 1.1 Indiana University, Bloomington University of Maine Pennsylvania 0.4 Marquette University University of Maryland Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Maryland, College Park Virginia 1.1 Michigan State College of Osteopathic University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth West Virginia 0.4 Medicine University of MichiganMidwest 79.9 Michigan State University University of Michigan Medical School Iowa 1.5 Michigan State University College of University of Minnesota Duluth Illinois 6.4 Human Medicine University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Indiana 3.1 Michigan Technological University University of Nebraska, Lincoln Kansas 0.4 National University University of New Hampshire Michigan 44.5 New Mexico Institute of Mining and University of Pittsburgh Minnesota 6.2 Technology University of Quebec Missouri 0.5 North Carolina State University University of South Carolina North Dakota 0.4 Northeastern University University of Southern California Nebraska 0.4 Northwestern Health Science University University of Texas Ohio 2.4 Oakland University University of Texas Southwestern Ohio State University University of Utah Wisconsin 14.1 Oregon State University University of WashingtonNortheast 2.2 Purdue University University of Wisconsin Massachusetts 0.2 Regent University University of Wisconsin, Whitewater Maine 0.4 Sacred Heart Major Seminary Utah State New Hampshire 0.5 University of Massachusetts, Amherst Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State New Jersey 0.7 University of Akron University New York 0.4 University of British Columbia Walden UniversitySouth 3.7 University of Colorado at Colorado Wayne State University Arkansas 0.9 Springs Western Michigan University Florida 1.1 University of Connecticut Georgia 0.4 University of Dallas Kentucky 0.4 Louisiana 0.2 North Carolina 0.2 Placement by Category South Carolina 0.2 Tennessee 0.4 Category Responded PercentSouthwest 5.9 Graduate School, Full-Time 143 17.6 Arizona 1.1 Colorado 1.5 Graduate School, Part-Time 2 0.2 New Mexico 1.1 Additional Undergraduate Course Work 3 0.4 Texas 2.2West 4.8 Employment, Full-Time Paid 581 71.6 Alaska 0.5 Employment, Part-Time Paid 13 1.6 California 1.3 Hawaii 0.2 Military Service 23 2.8 Idaho 0.2 Volunteer Activity (e.g., Peace Corps) 6 0.7 Montana 0.5 Nevada 0.4 Total Placement 771 94.6 Oregon 0.4 Unemployed 44 5.4 Utah 0.5 Washington 0.7 Total 815Total 100.0   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  5
  • 6. Undergraduate Degree Major Percent ASC Humanities 100.0 Total 100.0 BA Communication and Culture Studies NA English 100.0 Liberal Arts—History 100.0 Scientific and Technical Communication 100.0 Sound Design 100.0 Theatre and Entertainment Technology NA Total 100.0 BS Accounting 100.0 Anthropology 50.0 Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences 100.0 Applied Geophysics 100.0 Applied Physics 100.0 Audio Production and Technology 100.0 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 75.0 Biological Sciences 90.0 Biomedical Engineering 89.5 Business Administration 81.5 Chemical Engineering 100.0 Chemistry 100.0 Civil Engineering 93.2 Clinical Laboratory Science 100.0 Communication and Culture Studies 100.0 Computer Engineering 95.7 Computer Network and System Administration 90.0 Computer Science 90.5 Computer Systems Science 100.0 Construction Management 100.0 Economics 100.0 Electrical Engineering 97.9 Electrical Engineering Technology 100.0 Engineering 100.0 Environmental Engineering 100.0 Exercise Science 100.0 Finance 100.0 Forestry 87.5 Geological Engineering 100.0 Geology 100.0 Health and Physical Education 0.0 Industrial Technology 100.0 Management 100.0 Marketing 100.0 Materials Science and Engineering 100.0 Mathematics 88.9 Mechanical Engineering 97.4 Mechanical Engineering Technology 100.0 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 66.7 Physics 100.0 Psychology 92.9 Scientific and Technical Communication 66.7 Social Sciences 85.7 Software Engineering 100.0 Surveying Engineering 100.0 Theatre and Entertainment Technology 0.0 Wildlife Ecology and Management 100.0 Total 94.7Total 94.86  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 7. Graduate Degree Major Percent MBA Business Administration 87.5 Total 87.5 MEG Civil Engineering 100.0 Environmental Engineering N/A Total 100.0 MF Forestry 100.0 Total 100.0 MS Applied Ecology 100.0 Applied Natural Resource Economics 100.0 Applied Science Education 80.0 Biological Sciences 100.0 Chemical Engineering 100.0 Chemistry N/A Civil Engineering 100.0 Computer Engineering 66.7 Computer Science 100.0 Electrical Engineering 100.0 Engineering Mechanics 100.0 Environmental Engineering 83.3 Environmental Engineering Science 100.0 Environmental Policy 100.0 Forest Ecology and Management 75.0 Forest Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology 100.0 Forestry 100.0 Geology 100.0 Geophysics 100.0 Industrial Archaeology 100.0 Materials Science and Engineering 100.0 Mathematical Sciences 100.0 Mechanical Engineering 95.5 Physics 100.0 Rhetoric and Technical Communication 87.5 Total 94.9 PhD Biomedical Engineering 100.0 Chemical Engineering 100.0 Civil Engineering 100.0 Engineering-Environmental Engineering 100.0 Forest Science 0.0 Geophysics 100.0 Materials Science and Engineering 100.0 Mathematical Sciences N/A Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics 100.0 Physics 100.0 Rhetoric and Technical Communication 100.0 Total 90.9Total 94.0 “The Michigan Tech graduates we have hired clearly have a solid understanding of engineering fundamentals, and the Enterprise and Senior Design programs allow them to engage quickly in ourorganization to produce exceptional results. We aggressively recruit at Michigan Tech because the graduates consistently exceed our expectations.” —Leah Lemanski, Engineering Manager Nexteer Automotive   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  7
  • 8. Recruitment Recruitment on Campus by Industry“Our Michigan Tech alumni Industry Percentwere without a doubt among Automotive 4.9the most prepared of all entry- Banking/Finance/Insurance 3.0level engineers upon arrival at Chemical/Food 5.7Dematic. Their education and Computer/Electronics 5.7internship experience have given Construction 5.7many of them the knowledge Consulting 18.6to ‘hit the ground running,’ Contracting 0.4becoming integral members Defense/Aerospace 4.2of our engineering teams and Education 0.8immediately contributing to Energy/Utilities/Minerals 11.4 Forestry 0.4Dematic’s success.” Government 4.5 —Megan Trapp Heavy Equipment 3.4 Human Resources Generalist Manufacturing 18.2 Dematic Corporation Medical/Biomed 2.3 Other 0.4 Paper 4.2 Railroad/Transportation 4.2 Retail/Services 1.1 Sporting 1.1 Total 100.08  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 9. Company Participation “Michigan Tech is a reliableCareer Fair Company Participation Statistics source of sound engineering Number Percent talent. Their students are wellFall Career Fair 2009 156 -- prepared from a technicalFall Career Fair 2010 186 -- point of view and they exhibitTotal Increase (+)/Decrease (-) +30 19.0Spring Career Fair 2010 104 -- the practical skills requiredSpring Career Fair 2011 154 -- to excel in our competitiveTotal Increase (+)/Decrease (-) +50 48.0 industry. Michigan TechOverall Increase (+)/Decrease (-) +80 30.8 students possess the engineering ‘DNA’ that we specifically seek in new collegeInterviewing Statistics graduates.” 263 Companies on campus 534 Interviews scheduled —Troy Strieter 5,874 Available interview slots Rack Electric Power Steering 7 Interviews per student Core Engineering Manager, Nexteer Automotive Michigan Tech enrollment: 7,031 Undergraduate: 5,728 Graduate: 1,303 Average GPA of enrolled first-year students: 3.62 Average composite ACT of entering first-year students: 26.4 (National average: 21.0) Average SAT: 1,783 (National average: 1,509)   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  9
  • 10. Cooperative Education Average Hourly Co-op Salaries Major Overall Sophomore Junior Senior Graduate Number Number Number Number Number Average Reported Average Reported Average Reported Average Reported Average ReportedBiological Sciences $14.75 1 $14.75 1Biomedical Engineering $20.13 2 $20.13 2Chemical Engineering $19.57 38 $18.73 1 $18.14 11 $20.23 23 $20.07 3Civil Engineering $13.27 19 $15.74 1 $12.70 7 $13.31 11Computer Engineering $17.32 16 $15.00 1 $19.57 8 $15.09 7Computer Network and System Administration $17.58 4 $12.50 1 $19.28 3Computer Science $18.79 7 $14.00 1 $17.55 2 $16.67 3 $32.45 1Computer Systems Science $13.88 2 $15.00 1 $12.75 1Construction Management $12.00 1 $12.00 1Electrical Engineering $19.66 36 $16.25 1 $18.71 14 $19.25 14 $22.89 7Electrical Engineering Technology $13.50 2 $14.00 1 $13.00 1Engineering Physics $30.00 1 $30.00 1Environmental Engineering $16.03 2 $16.03 2Materials Science and Engineering $18.40 8 $17.71 3 $18.82 5Mathematical Sciences $19.86 4 $19.86 4Mechanical Engineering $18.23 96 $15.85 10 $16.52 32 $18.38 35 $22.11 19Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics $40.72 2 $40.72 2Mechanical Engineering Technology $13.69 5 $8.15 1 $15.81 2 $15.00 2Scientific and Technical Communication (BA) $ 8.40 1 $ 8.40 1Scientific and Technical Communication (BS) $15.57 3 $15.57 3Software Engineering $15.50 1 $15.50 1Surveying Engineering $13.93 3 $13.65 2 $14.50 1 Total Number Reported: 254 Overall Average Hourly Salary: $18.22 Companies Hiring Co-opsAlcan Packaging Blue Lizzard Games Cummins—Filtration Epic Systems Corp. Hamilton SundstrandAlger County Road Boise Cascade Cummins Emission Solutions Expedia Inc. Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Commission Briggs & Stratton DCM Research Resources LLC Ford Motor Co. Herman Miller Inc.Ansul/Tyco Fire & Security Broadcom Dominion GE Aviation Hitachi Global StorageAppleton Ideas Bucyrus International Inc. Domtar—Hawesville GE Healthcare TechnologiesAppleton Papers C. Jackson Electric and Domtar—Rothschild GE Oil and Gas INEK TechnologiesArgonne National Laboratory Automation Dow Chemical General Motors Integrys EnergyAvairis Cana Corp. DTE Energy Georgia-Pacific ITC TransmissionBemis Co. Inc. Cargill Fertilizer Inc. Eastman Chemical Co. Golden Apple Hardware KC Felt Construction Inc.Bemis Flexible Packaging Caterpillar Inc. Emerson Process Granite Construction Kennedy Krieger InstituteBenteler Automobiltechnik Covenant Eyes Management Greenheck Kimberly-Clark GmbH CPI Engineering Enterforce GS Engineering Kohler Co.10  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 11. Co-op Assignments by Major Major Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011 So Jr Sr Grad Total So Jr Sr Grad Total So Jr Sr Grad Total Biomedical Engineering 1 1 1 1 Civil Engineering 1 1 4 8 12 1 2 3 6 Chemical Engineering 3 6 9 8 16 2 26 1 7 7 1 16 Computer Engineering 1 2 2 5 6 5 11 Electrical Engineering 5 5 2 12 6 6 2 14 1 6 3 4 14 Environmental Engineering 1 1 1 1 Mechanical Engineering 1 2 2 5 1 13 20 13 47 8 19 17 10 54 Materials Science and Engineering 4 4 3 2 5 Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics 2 2 1 1 Biological Sciences 1 1 Computer Science 1 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 3 Computer Systems Science 1 1 2 Mathematical Sciences 1 1 3 3 Engineering Physics 1 1 Software Engineering 1 1 Scientific and Technical Communication 1 1 1 1 3 3 Computer Network and System Administration 1 1 1 2 3 Construction Management 1 1 Electrical Engineering Technology 1 1 1 1 Mechanical Engineering Technology 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 Surveying Engineering 1 1 2 1 1 Total 3 16 16 4 39 4 38 64 22 128 11 44 48 17 120Marathon Petroleum Co. nal von minden Pieper Power Toyota Motor Engineering & WLUC TV6Mercury Marine NASA—Houston Pioneer Surgical Technologies Manufacturing Wuhan Xinan MicroelectronicMichigan Department of NASA Lewis Research Center RMT Inc. Traylor Bros. Inc. Tech Transportation New Design Auto Accessories S. C. Johnson & Son Union Pacific RailroadMichigan Technological NewPage Corporation SCA Tissue North America University of Georgia University Northern Star Industries Schweitzer Engineering Lab University of South FloridaMindware Engineering Nucor Steel Seattle University Up and RunningMNJ Consulting Nucor-Hickman Soil & Materials Engineers Inc. Vermont Yankee/EntergyMoeller Aerospace Orchids Linens PVT LTD SSOE Inc. Verso Paper Technologies Oshkosh Truck Corporation Symtio Wake Forest UniversityMosaic Pasty NET Texas Instruments Wausau PaperMSA Professional Services Peninsula Copper Industries ThermoAnalytics Inc. William Beaumont Hospital   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  11
  • 12. Co-op Assignments by State Co-op Benefits Beyond SalaryState Summer Fall Spring Totals Living stipend 2009 2009 2010 Reimbursement of co-op credit Paid holidaysArkansas 1 1 2 Reimbursement of moving expenses Starter wardrobe Housing stipendCalifornia 2 1 3 Gift Company housing providedColorado 1 1 2 Free housing with meals provided Low-cost co-op housing BonusesFlorida 1 2 2 5 Transportation expensesGeorgia 2 2Illinois 3 6 4 13Indiana 1 1 2Kansas 1 1 2Kentucky 1 1 2 Companies Hiring International Co-opsLouisiana 1 1 2 ABB Inc. New PAX Inc.Maryland 1 1 2 Adaptive Technologies Inc. NewPage Corp.Michigan 7 33 23 63 Appleton Ideas Patrick Energy ServicesMinnesota 3 3 4 10 Appleton Papers Populus Group/Navistar Inc.Missouri 1 1 Blue Harbor Energy Power Conversion Technologies Cana Corporation RegeneronNorth Carolina 1 1 Caterpillar Inc. Saft America Inc.Nebraska 1 1 Continental AG Seattle UniversityNew Jersey 1 1 2 Cosma Engineering Soils and Materials EngineersOhio 4 4 Cummins Stryker Instruments DCM Research Resources LLC Tesla MotorsTennessee 1 2 3 Greenheck Fan Corp. ToyotaTexas 4 2 6 Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Trimble Navigation LimitedVermont 1 1 Kohler Company Van Andel Research Institute Manitowoc Ice Inc. Zempleo Inc.Washington 2 1 3 Michigan Technological UniversityWisconsin 13 33 28 74International 5 4 9Total 31 104 80 215 International Co-op Assignments by Major Major Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011 Jr Sr Grad Total Jr Sr Grad Total Jr Sr Grad Total Biological Sciences 1 1 Chemical Engineering 2 2 1 1 Civil Engineering 1 1 Computer Science 1 1 Electrical Engineering 2 2 2 2 4 4 Engineering Physics 1 1 Mathematical Sciences 1 1 3 3 Mechanical Engineering 1 12 13 10 10 Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics 2 2 1 1 Scientific and Technical Communication 1 1 1 1 Total 4 4 1 2 21 24 2 17 1912  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 13. Salary InformationPermanent Job Salary Survey Number of Average Low HighMajor Offers Salary Salary SalaryAccounting 1 $33,280 $33,280 $33,280Audio Production and Technology 1 $43,000 $43,000 $43,000Biological Sciences 4 $34,280 $22,880 $56,000Biomedical Engineering 12 $52,157 $30,000 $66,000Business Administration 9 $39,556 $24,960 $60,000Chemical Engineering 48 $60,543 $41,064 $76,000Chemistry 2 $35,180 $35,000 $35,360Civil Engineering 34 $50,161 $27,040 $69,000Clinical Laboratory Science 3 $41,761 $29,604 $52,000Computer Engineering 17 $59,132 $37,000 $103,000Computer Network and System Administration 25 $51,378 $32,000 $70,000Computer Science 12 $52,273 $36,000 $75,000Computer Systems Science 6 $59,767 $52,000 $75,000Construction Management 8 $50,267 $29,120 $66,000Electrical Engineering 42 $59,977 $43,680 $70,000Electrical Engineering Technology 10 $50,516 $31,200 $63,730Engineering 3 $58,667 $50,000 $63,000Environmental Engineering 14 $45,359 $27,040 $62,500Finance 2 $32,900 $20,800 $45,000Forestry 5 $35,168 $31,000 $45,000Geological Engineering 2 $51,500 $48,000 $55,000Geology 1 $27,040 $27,040 $27,040Industrial Technology 8 $48,050 $36,000 $62,400Management 1 $31,200 $31,200 $31,200Marketing 1 $22,880 $22,880 $22,880Materials Science and Engineering 6 $59,452 $52,000 $63,500Mathematics 4 $53,850 $51,000 $60,000Mechanical Engineering 100 $56,592 $24,960 $70,000Mechanical Engineering Technology 7 $49,900 $31,200 $60,000Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000Physics 2 $39,150 $30,300 $48,000Scientific and Technical Communication 1 $35,000 $35,000 $35,000Software Engineering 9 $61,322 $48,000 $80,000Surveying Engineering 9 $46,656 $35,000 $69,500Wildlife Ecology and Management 2 $30,160 $29,120 $31,200   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  13
  • 14. Companies on Campus3M Co. Charter Manufacturing Hemlock Semiconductor Mosaic Fertilizer LLC Spang & Co.ABB Inc. Chrysler LLC Hill and Wilkinson MSA Professional Services Spicer GroupAECOM Cliffs Natural Resources Construction Group Inc. SRC Inc.Alcoa CN Railroad Hitachi Global Storage MTEC SmartZone Star Cutter Co.Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Commonwealth Associates Technologies Nalco Co. State of Michigan Center Inc. Humana Navistar Steel DynamicsALLETE Inc./Minnesota Computer & Engineering Hydaker-Wheatlake NAVSEA Warfare Centers STERIS Corp. Power Services Inc. Co/Utility Supply & Neapco Drivelines LLC Strand Associates Inc.Alliance Laundry Systems Compuware Corp. Construction Neenah Paper Inc. Stryker LLC Consistacom (Fitzgerald HydraForce Inc. Newkirk Electric Styron LLCAltair Engineering Associates) Indian Health Service Nexteer Automotive Sun Chemical Corp.American Transmission Co. Construction Resources Infrasource-Dashiell Nextera Energy Surface Combustion Inc.Amsted Rail Management Innotec Norfolk Naval Shipyard Systems ControlAmtrak Consumers Energy Integrys Energy Group Inc. Norfolk Southern Corp. Target Corp.Amway Continental AG International Precision Northeast Technical Services ThermoAnalytics Inc.Ansaldo STS Cooper Industries Components Corp. Northwest Design Group Thiele Technologies/Applied Manufacturing Cosma Engineering Invensys Rail Nucor Steel Hudson-Sharp Machine Technologies CPI (Lubrizol) Jackson National Life OakRiver Technology Inc. Co.ARCADIS US Inc. CR Meyer Insurance One Prospect Technologies Thilmany, LLC/PackagingArcelorMittal CSX Transportation Jacobs Engineering Open Systems International Dynamics Corp.Archer Daniels Midland Co. Cummins Inc. John Deere Inc. Third Wave SystemsATI Ladish Forging Curt G. Joa Inc. Johnson Controls Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment Towill Inc.Auto-Owners Insurance Co. Dashiell Corp. Johnsonville Sausage LLC Inc. Toyota Motor EngineeringAVL North America Inc. Dematic Corp Jost International Corp. Oshkosh Truck Corp. and Manufacturing N.A.BAE Systems DENSO International Karl Schmidt Unisia Inc. Packaging Corp. of America Toyota Technical CenterBaker (Michael Baker Jr.) America Inc. Kiewit—Eastern District Paper Converting Machine TranSystems Corp.Baker Concrete Department of Defense Kiewit Engineering Co. Co. TSC Michigan Inc. Construction Dirks Group LLC Kiewit Infrastructure Co. Parker Hannifin Corp. Tyco Fire ProtectionBarnard Construction Co. Dominion Resources Inc. Kimberly-Clark Corp. Peace Corps Products Inc. Domtar Kodiak Group LLC Peninsula Copper Industries Tyco InternationalBarr Engineering Donaldson Co. Kohler Co. Performance Software Corp. US Air ForceBarracuda Networks Dow Chemical Co. Krech Ojard & Associates PA Permasteelisa North US Army Corps of EngineersBASF Dow Corning Lafarge North America America US Marine Corps OfficerBecher-Hoppe Associates Eagle Alloy Inc. LaSalle Technology Group Pieper Electric Inc. Programs Inc. Electrical Consultants Inc. LLC Plexus Corp US NavyBechtel Emerson Process LasX Industries Inc. Polaris Industries Inc. Union PacificBechtel Marine Propulsion Management LHP Software LLC PPG Industries Inc. United States Fire Protection Corp. Enbridge Energy Liberty Mutual Group Pratt & Whitney Inc.Beckman Coulter Inc. Epic Systems Corp. Loram Maintenance of Way Raytheon Corp. USG Corp.Bemis Federal-Mogul Corp. Los Alamos National Realtime Utility Engineers Utility Lines ConstructionThe Benham Companies Feeco International Inc. Laboratory RFA/Minnesota Engineering Services LLC Flint Hills Resources M.C. Dean Inc. Ricondo & Associates Inc. Valeo Sylvania LLCBJ Services Co./Baker FM Global Manitowoc Co. Rieth-Riley Construction Verso Paper Hughes Ford Motor Co. Marathon Petroleum Co. LP Co. Inc. Village of HowardBlack & Veatch Freeport McMoRan Copper Marinette Marine Rio Tinto Virent Energy SystemsBlack River Systems Co. Inc. & Gold ME Elecmetal River Valley Testing Corp. Walbro Engine ManagementBNSF Railway Garmin International Mead & Hunt Inc. RMS LLC LLCBoise Paper Solutions GE Aviation Menard Inc. RMT Inc. Walker Forge Inc.Bonestroo Inc. GE Healthcare Mercer Roehl Transport WalmartBOSS Snowplow GE Transportation Merchant and Gould PC ROWE Professional Services Waukesha Electric SystemsBoston Scientific GEI Consultants Mercury Marine Co. Wausau Paper Mills LLCBrandt General Electric Co. MetalTek International RS&H CS Weir Minerals North AmericaBreakthrough Fuel LLC General Motors Michigan Department of Sanitaire—ITT Industries Whirlpool Corp.BRP US Inc. Gentex Corp. Transportation SC Johnson Wiss, Janney, ElstnerBucyrus International Georgia-Pacific Michigan Paving and SCA Tissue North America AssociatesBurton Industries Inc. Gerdau Materials Co. LLC Wolverine PowerC.R. Meyer & Sons Co. Golder Associates Inc. Michigan Technological Schlumberger CooperativeCapital Area IT Council Grain Processing Corp. University Schweitzer Engineering WoodwardCardinal Glass Industries Greenheck Fan Corp. MicroEdge LLC Laboratories Inc. GS Engineering Mindovo Inc. Sentry InsuranceCase New Holland GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc. MIT Lincoln Laboratory SkanskaCaterpillar Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Mitsubishi Electric Social SecurityCCI Systems Harmon Inc. Automotive AdministrationCellcom Heartland Business Systems Modine Manufacturing Co. Soil and Materials Engineers14  n  Annual Placement Report 2010–2011
  • 15. Career Services Partners Staff InformationDirector Assistant Director for Career Staff AssistantJames Turnquist Development Education On-campus Recruitingjaturnqu@mtu.edu Julie Way Rita Smith jaway@mtu.edu rsmith@mtu.eduAssociate Director Manager of Business Operations and Office AssistantJeffery Kangas Student Employment Co-op Programjakangas@mtu.edu Gina Goudge Renae DesRochers gmgoudge@mtu.edu hrdesroc@mtu.eduManager of Job DevelopmentTina Giachino Analyst/Programmer Office Assistanttgiachin@mtu.edu Matthew McCormick Laura Givens mjmccorm@mtu.edu lgivens@mtu.edu   Annual Placement Report 2010–2011  n  15
  • 16. Career Services Administration Building, Room 220 Michigan Technological University 1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931-1295 Telephone 906-487-2313 Fax 906-487-3317 www.career.mtu.eduMichigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer. DPS33448/11/11

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