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GM Saginaw Donates Aluminum to SVSU General Motors’ Saginaw, Mich.,


metalcasting facility donated 1,000 lbs. of aluminum to Saginaw Valley State University, to advance the learning of its engineering students and enhance its student and faculty metalcasting research. “We greatly appreciate this donation,”


said Bob Tuttle, SVSU associate professor of mechanical engineering. “It will help our students learn about the metalcasting process and develop skills they need for the workforce. T e generous support of companies like GM makes it possible for SVSU to deliver the high-quality engineering education we are known for.” T e donation arrived as nearly 50 aluminum ingots, each weighing about 24 lbs. “We are very pleased to continue


our relationship with SVSU and donate these materials for the students to utilize while continuing their education,” said Stephen Jenkins, plant manager at Saginaw Metal Castings. 


From left: GM communications manager Bob Wheeler and GM area manager Dennis Rita present the donation to Bob Tuttle, SVSU associate professor of mechanical engineering. At right is Mark Bauer, GM materials technical specialist.


Sept/Oct 2012 | METAL CASTING DESIGN & PURCHASING | 13


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