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Alumna Tarolyn Buckles profiled in STEM Heroes video

Tarolyn Buckles (BS '93) was recently featured in a STEM Heroes video produced by Detroit Public TV. | Short Read
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Among topics she discusses in the video are her introduction to civil engineering as a high school student in Detroit, her career in the industry, her work on the M-1 rail project in Detroit, the value of mentors, and her passion for STEM initiatives and diversity.

Buckles is a member of the CEEFA Board (Civil and Environmental Engineering Friends Association) and is the owner of Onyx Enterprise, Inc., a small business in Detroit, Michigan. With over 24 years of experience, Onyx Enterprise provides engineering consulting, project management and construction management services to local, state, and federal government, in addition to engineering consulting firms and contractors.

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The 3D printed block M model made by Scott and Burns team. Photo: Evan Dougherty

3D printing 100 times faster with light

The new method also results in a stronger print than typical layered models. | Short Read