When Sharon (Tavery) Pfeuffer (BSE ’84) was a freshman in high school, she interviewed a chemical engineer at Detroit Edison for a research paper on careers. His work sounded intriguing to her and four years later she ended up at Michigan in the College of Engineering, ready to select chemical engineering as her major. She realized quickly she had chosen one of the toughest curricula in the College, one where some of the classes in the early 80s had 50% failing rates, graded on the curve. It helped that she roomed with two classmates, Margo (Radwan) Heberling and Sandy Marikis. At one point, the graphical version of the steam tables from Thermodynamics was the “art” on the wall in their campus apartment. The ChEs were sure their fourth non-engineer roommate was ready to get rid of them by graduation!
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