The Michigan Tech Research Forum is a University presentation series showcasing the work of Michigan Tech faculty, postdocs, and researchers to strengthen our community. Join us!
Each semester we will host a Distinguished Lecturer as well as a TechTalks organized around emerging themes. The TechTalks feature a broad spectrum of researchers from across campus via rapid-paced talks.
At each session, you will have an opportunity to seed collaborative discussions, form partnerships, and garner feedback and awareness. There will be time to mingle and to promote camaraderie, community and collaborations.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Assistant to the Provost for Faculty Development
Associate Dean for Research and Innovation, College of Engineering
The Michigan Tech Research Forum is presented by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, in coordination with the Office of the Vice President for Research.
Fall 2017 Distinguished Lecturer announced
Associate Professor John Vucetich (SFRES) has been selected from nominees across campus as the Fall 2017 Distinguished Lecturer. His lecture, "It's Not About Wolves: Interdisciplinary Knowledge for a Sustainable, Just and Prosperous World," will be presented at 4:00 p.m. November 7, in MUB Ballroom A. Read more.
The Distinguished Lecture Series started in Fall 2016 to honor faculty for their research impact. Department chairs, center/institute directors, deans, and Research Advisory Council members nominate highly engaging presenters with broad topic appeal. Distinguished Lecturers are selected for their ability to increase the knowledge of our community by connecting their research with societal and community concerns. Topics are broad spanning all colleges and schools at Michigan Tech. Nominees are reviewed by committee twice per year and announced at the beginning of fall and spring semesters.
TechTalks are rapid-paced samplings of the work from researchers across campus. TechTalks showcase both published and unpublished work. Approximately 15 TechTalks are included in each session followed by ample time to network and continue discussions in smaller groups.
Fall 2017 Nominations
We want to feature you and other researchers from across campus in the TechTalks, so self-nominations are encouraged! Topics are completely open; however, timing and organization will occur around emerging themes. Fill out our nomination form to be considered. The date for the Fall 2017 Research Forum will be announced later.