Michigan Tech News

2013 Archive

Art brings people together and can be a powerful force in community development, says Michigan Tech social scientist Richelle Winkler.

Study: Art Strengthens Community Ties in Calumet

May 10, 2013
By Karina Jousma

Social sciences class investigates the impact of First Fridays

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These Michigan Tech grads have a lot to be happy about. According to Payscale.com, Tech graduates rank 18th in the nation among 437 public universities in ROI from their degrees.

What's A Michigan Tech Education Worth?

May 9, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

Quite a bit, according to PayScale.

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Michigan Tech Launches 3D Printers for Peace Contest

May 8, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

Designs should help address problems plaguing humanity

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A startling experience: Touching a Van de Graaff generator makes a girl's hair stand on end.

Making Aha Moments: Mind Trekkers and Industry Join Forces to Bring STEM Alive for Kids

May 7, 2013
By Danny Messinger

Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers partner with industry to take a thrilling science road show to Wisconsin school students.

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Michigan Tech Peace Corps Master's International student Mary Snyder helps villagers in Cameroon weed peanuts.

Michigan Tech's Peace Corps Program Ranked Number 1 in the Nation

May 7, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

The US Peace Corps names Michigan Tech number one Peace Corps Master's International program in the nation for eighth consecutive year.

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Tyler Losinski

Commencement 2013: The Last Day, the First Day

May 6, 2013
By Kevin Hodur

The Commencement ceremony is a celebration, but it is also a transition from one stage of life to another. On Saturday, we got a glimpse of the future with the first day of nearly 1,000 of our students as they became Michigan Tech graduates and alumni.

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Michigan Tech students will soon benefit from two gifts from alumni designed to support teaching and learning.

Alumni Gifts Fund Two Major Learning Initiatives at Michigan Tech

May 3, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

The Wahtera Center for Student Success and the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning

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Michigan Tech President Glenn D. Mroz

Michigan Tech Board of Control Approves Budget, Tuition Rates

May 3, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

Tuition rises at the lowest rate in nearly a decade

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A RISEing Star: Biomedical Engineering Student Awarded International Research Internship

May 1, 2013
By Karina Jousma

Leslie LaLonde will conduct research at the University of Hannover, in Germany, focusing on cardiac tissue graft support structures.

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beth flynn and class

The Last Class: Beth Flynn, Humanities

April 30, 2013
By Dennis Walikainen

Humanities Professor Beth Flynn teaches her last class and Tech, reflecting on the past and looking toward the future.

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