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New PE’s interest in engineering started at home

June 2, 2017

Six weeks ago, Kelli Osterloo sat at a desk to begin the two-part open-book exam on the principles of engineering. Eight hours and 80 multiple-choice questions later, she finished it with waiting the only thing left to do. Even that’s over now. On May 25 — which just happened to be Kelli and Tim Osterloo’s […]

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From a tiki lounge to teaching others: 40 years with TSP

May 11, 2017

Bert Haglund’s first big project as an architectural graduate sounds a bit like a studio pitch for an offbeat sitcom. It involves a tiki-lounge theme restaurant on the shores of frozen Lake Minnetonka and a guy known as “Bamboo Bob.” “I remember seeing Nick doing all his research,” Bert says, referring to his first boss—and […]

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