Advancing minds for the future and the future for our minds through innovative and interdisciplinary research and professional development.
July 2 - August 10, 2018
Michigan Tech is offering one paid summer internship for a secondary Science/Math teacher to work with the Department of Physics Research Team conducting astrophysical environments research. The position offers a $3,000 stipend, plus room/board, roundtrip transportation to Michigan Tech, and funding to attend/present at an education/science conference next academic year. Applications are due by March 15, 2018. Contact Dr. Petra Huentemeyer with any questions.
career placement of ACSHF program graduates is equally split between academia and industry
last year, Tech students rated 41% of CLS faculty as exceptional - placing them in the 90th percentile of all Michigan Tech instructors
all undergraduate students participate in research or a field experience
last year, 99 teachers participated in professional development workshops or courses