Michigan Tech News

2010 Archive

Sarah Green, chair of chemistry and a researcher on the Great Lakes Observing System project, takes a look at the custom-made coastal monitoring buoy delivered to Michigan Tech.

Where the Buoys Will Be

July 8, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

The first of three coastal monitoring buoys with remote sensing technology has been delivered to Michigan Tech.

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An Isle Royale moose prepares to bed down  in winter.

Michigan Tech Ecologists Link Early Malnutrition, Later Arthritis in Moose

July 7, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech researchers link early malnutrition to development of osteoarthritis in the moose of Isle Royale.

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Mark Plichta

Plichta Named ASM International Fellow

July 2, 2010
By Marcia Goodrich

A founder of the Enterprise Program

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John Johnson

Michigan Tech Professor Helps Draft Road Map to Fuel-Efficient Trucks, Cars

July 2, 2010
By Marcia Goodrich

Building fuel-efficient vehicles comes at a price, says John Johnson.

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Sustainability is a value-laden term.

Sustainability: Will We Recognize It When We See It?

July 1, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

The technological challenge of sustainability pales in comparison to the ethical crisis it presents to society, a Michigan Tech wildlife ecologist and a Michigan State environmental ethicist say. 

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Sean Gohman

Michigan Tech Researchers Uncover the Past at the Cliff Mine

June 25, 2010
By John Gagnon

Students are shedding new light on America's first commercially successful copper mine, which was abandoned over 100 years ago.

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Jeff Naber receives SAE McFarland Award.

Jeff Naber Receives SAE McFarland Award

June 17, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers) has named Jeffrey D. Naber, associate professor of mechanical engineering, winner of the 2010 Forest R. McFarland Award.

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Paige Sleeman, daughter of Housing & Residential Life staff assistant Ginger Sleeman, checks out a DPSPS teddy bear.

Bear with Us: Teddy Bears Can Ease Children's Trauma

June 15, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech Department of Public Safety ad Police Services puts teddy bears in patrol cars for traumatized children.

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A worker uses a suction hose to remove oil washed ashore in Louisiana from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Gulf Oil Spill Experts from Michigan Tech

June 10, 2010
By Jennifer Donovan

Engineers, scientists and other experts from Michigan Technological University stand ready to help answer your questions about the Gulf oil spill.

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Hugh Gorman

Gorman, Perlinger Receive Fulbrights

June 4, 2010
By Marcia Goodrich

Destinations Norway and Panama

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