2016 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 2

At the boiling point of the Flint water crisis, Michigan governor Rick Snyder tapped alumnus Keith Creagh to find answers. Creagh's experience and education prepared him for the task.

By Jennifer Donovan

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Husky on the Hunt

Alumnus Jon French’s patented device helps the visually impaired—including his own brother—shoot and hunt.

Company Town

Alberta, home to Michigan Tech’s Ford Center, was a company town for Ford Motor Company. Now it serves the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science and others.

Up in the Air

Former Husky athletes Bob and Trish Evans are an international juggling phenomenon. How the YouTube sensations juggle work, marriage, and their mission to live more fully and love more truly!

Open Water

Michigan Tech has a long association with sailing, and Huskies use plenty of engineering principles to race and cruise Superior waters.

The Stuff of Legend

From stairs that lead nowhere to hidden swimming pools, we mine the depths of Michigan Tech's history for nuggets of truth and the fool's gold that live on in legend.

Modern Metal

Michigan Tech is one of the only universities in the country with its own foundry. From alloy design to mechanical testing, we take you inside this manufacturing facility.

1400 Townsend Drive

Upgraded MUB Dining Experience, Humans of Michigan Tech, MiCUP Connections, Summer with SYP, and Top 11 Percent.

From Alumni Engagement

PCA Induction, Honored Alumni and Firends, Executive Committee, Silver Medal, and Celebrating Connections

Q&A

Provost Jackie Huntoon talks challenges, trends, and what excites her most about being at Michigan Tech.