Copper Country Math Circle

The College of Sciences and Arts Dean’s Office is partnering with the Copper Country Intermediate School District to launch the . . .

There’s more to symmetry than what meets the eye.

Be Brief: Symmetry

Symmetries are all around us and extend deep into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).

Michigan Tech has launched a new online graduate program in applied statistics.

Michigan Tech Launches Online Program in Applied Statistics

Michigan Technological University has launched an online graduate program in applied statistics to meet the growing industry demand for statisticians.

Two days into the still-active flooding situation, Adam Johnson decided that he was
      tired of looking at destruction and set to work taking photos of hope, connection,
      and recovery. (Adam Johnson/Brockit, Inc.)

Copper Country Strong

Historic flash floods ripped through the Keweenaw in June. Nature’s show of strength was met by another force to be . . .

David Hemmer, dean of the College of Sciences and Arts, explains why the liberal arts
      are integral to Michigan Tech's success as a university.

Tech Forward: Liberal Arts Education in a Technological University

Michigan Technological University’s thought leaders share their ideas to prepare students and the University for a rapidly changing future. David . . .

CTL Instructional Presentation Series: Cécile Piret, 2018 Innovative and Out of Class Teaching Award Recipient

In the second presentation of our fall award series, Cécile Piret (Math), will discuss her use of 3-D printing techniques . . .