Notable Alumni in Science & Technology

Dr. Michael L. Gross '62
Professor of Chemistry, Medicine and Immunology; at Washington University in St. Louis. Fundamentals and instrumentation development in mass spectrometry and its applications in environmental chemistry, modified DNA in cancer, and protein biophysics in biomedicine and photosynthesis.

Dr. Mark Hughes '72

Dr. Mark Hughes '72
Professor of genetics and internal medicine, Genesis Genetics Institute in Detroit, Mich.

Robert Reiter '58

Russel Reiter '58
Professor in the Department of Cellular and Structural Biology at the University of Texas Health Science Center; researcher and international expert on melatonin. Named by Thomson Reuters' as one of "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014"

Joe Skaja '72
Director of product development, Aetrex Worldwide; named one of the top innovators of the past 50 years by Footwear News; named on of the top 100 most influential in the industry by Sportstyle Magazine

Tom Smith

Dr. Tom Smith '61
Mayo Clinic microbiologist and researcher, Rochester, MN

Cyprian Weaver '68 OSB

Cyprian Weaver '71, OSB
Researcher; director and head of the histopathology core laboratory facility at the University of Minnesota; former head of the department of public health in the medical college of Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan)