The Michigan Tech Retired Employees Association's mission is to help you stay in touch with the friends you made while working at Tech, to keep you informed about campus activities and to provide volunteer and learning opportunities.  

Membership is automatic for all who retire from employment at Michigan Tech, including faculty, staff, and administrators, in addition to their spouses, partners, widows and widowers. Others with special connections to campus are welcome, as well. The intent of the Retiree Association is to be inclusive in its membership. There are no dues, membership in the MTREA is free.


Daisuke Minakata, (CEE) has been named a winner of the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award from the Oak Ridge Associated Universities.

Daisuke Minakata Wins Powe Award from ORAU

One of the greatest needs facing mankind today is the safety and availability of water. Water scarcity driven by climate change and other factors presents . . .[ read more ]
A new NSF program will help Michigan Tech's Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics attract more women and under-represented minority undergraduates.

Michigan Tech 1 of 5 Universities Chosen to Help Improve Diversity in Mechanical Engineering Education

Michigan Technological University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics is one of five mechanical engineering departments nationwide selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to participate in . . .[ read more ]
Middle-school science teachers explore new ways to make science relevant.

Teachers Work on New Ways to Teach Middle-School Science This Week at Three Universities

Middle-school science teachers from across Michigan are back in school themselves this week at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU), Grand Valley State University (GVSU) and . . .[ read more ]
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2012 MTU Accomplishments