2016 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 1

Fresh off his whirlwind season, NHL All-Star MVP John Scott drops his now-famous gloves to talk to his alma mater.

By Shannon Rinkinen

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Humanitarian Engineering

Tech alumnus Nick Schreiner fights Ebola in Sierra Leone, protects civilians in South Sudan, and helps refugees in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Coppertunities

Local startups thrive, hire Tech graduates attracted to the Keweenaw lifestyle, and have their pasty and eat it too.

Once a President, Always a President

Tech’s growth under Ray Smith cannot be overstated. Soon to celebrate a century, this visionary created a Husky-strong foundation that still guides us today.

The Art of Design

Our students build, design, create, and code what they make is both science and art.

In The Driver's Seat

Reagan May wins races in Wisconsin, performs in the classroom, and is part of our strong auto racing tradition.

Oil and Water

Water and oil don’t usually mix, but these interdisciplinary researchers at the Great Lakes Research Center have answers when they do.

Family Takes Flight

Alex and Sumo Mulbah lost their mother but not their way, fleeing Liberia for a new life in the US.

Something's Brewing

We raise a glass to alumnus working their craft at breweries, wineries, and support industries across the nation.

1400 Townsend Drive

Nurturing and expanding diversity, PECASE Award, spring break with Medlife, and more.


Class Notes

What's new with you? Submit your own class note and photo in MyMichiganTech. If you have a new addition to your family, we'll send you a special gift from Blizzard T. Husky! Read More