Students work on Oculus during the final stages before the nanosatellite left Michigan
      Tech on June 15, 2017 for "shake and bake" testing at the Air Force Research Lab.

Michigan Tech's Pipeline to Space

As excitement builds for the Cape Canaveral launch of Michigan Technological University's student-built nanosatellite, it's clear how thoroughly Huskies have . . .

Keys to a Unique Nameplate

I’ve just received an amazing gift. A unique, foundry-casting of my name in brass. The Michigan Technological University foundry is . . .

EPA Awards Student Team to Solve End-of-Life Lithium-Ion Battery Challenge

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced more than $450,000 in funding for six Phase II student teams as part . . .

Engineering Study Abroad: Joshua Turner, ’20, Cergy, France

Growing up, Joshua Turner lived in four different states in the US, and visited over thirty of them. He loved . . .

Ryan Schrader stands atop Roys Peak, located between Wanaka and Glendhu Bay in New Zealand.

Engineering Study Abroad: Ryan Schrader ’20, Christchurch, New Zealand

Ryan Schrader, a third year mechanical engineering student at Michigan Tech, ventured all the way to Christchurch, New Zealand to gain . . .

Michigan Tech Civil Engineering student Kendall Witting, in Spain

Engineering Study Abroad: Kendall Welling ’20, València, Spain

Kendall Welling just completed her third year of civil engineering studies with a spectacular semester abroad at La Universidad Politècnica . . .

Michigan Tech Environmental Engineering student Amber Kauppila in Vaasa, Finland

Engineering Study Abroad: Amber Kauppila ’19, Vaasa, Finland

As an engineer-to-be, Amber Kauppila wanted to learn how to work effectively in a diverse setting, and how to persevere . . .