Sometimes you're the window, sometimes you're the bird. A student-designed prototype
      of an affordable collision-detection sensor aims to make the two meet less often.

For the Birds

That bone-cracking thud isn't easily forgotten. Nor are bird-window collisions easily prevented. A team of faculty and students is using . . .

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 . . .

Amato-Henderson Elected Chair-elect of AHDP

Susan Amato-Henderson, chair of the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, attended the Association of Heads of Departments of Psychology . . .

CLS Congratulates Student Athlete Mariah Sherman

The Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences would like to congratulate Psychology student athlete Mariah Sherman on a successful career . . .

Healthy Minds Survey

The Healthy Minds Survey (HMS) is a campus-wide, nationally recognized, online survey about student mental health and well being. Since its . . .

ACSHF Students Attend Design Thinking Workshop

Students in the Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors graduate programs attended a Design Thinking Workshop in Michigan Tech’s MakerSpace on . . .

Author Meet & Greet at Black Ice Comics

Isaac Flint, doctoral candidate in the ACSHF program, along with his wife Stephanie, will be hosting a meet and greet . . .