Michigan Tech News

Graduate students studying area rivers and streams affected by the way the June 17 flood has changed the landscape. Read More

By Kelley Christensen | Published

Creating a Bridge to Accelerate Technology Learning

The leap from community college to four-year university can be daunting. Three scholarship winners who transfer to Michigan Technological University this fall get a jump on the transition, as part of a million-dollar program to create a highly-skilled, well-paid STEM workforce. Read More

Grand Entry, Grand Marshal: First Nation Leads Parade of Nations

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, always the first entry in the Parade of Nations procession, also opens the multicultural festival with a dancing and drumming exhibition. This year, the tribe takes on another leadership role: Tribal Council President Warren "Chris" Swartz Jr. is the 2018 Grand Marshal. Read More

Public Support for Endangered Species Act is Widespread

In the past two years, nearly 150 amendments, bills and legislative riders aimed to weaken the U.S. Endangered Species Act. However, a new study indicates that four in five Americans support the act and this support has remained stable for two decades. Read More