Gale to Present ADVANCE Update Wednesday

Peg Gale, principal investigator on Michigan Tech's NSF ADVANCE grant and dean of forest resources and environmental science, will present an open forum on the final report for the University's "ADVANCEing the Face of Michigan Tech" project.

The forum is open to everyone and begins at 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 23, in Memorial Union Ballroom A.

To learn more about the project, visit Tech's ADVANCE website.

Wanted: Information about "The Women of Tech" for Alumni Reunion

submitted by Alumni Relations

A special event to celebrate the Women of Michigan Tech will be hosted by the Alumni Association and the Presidential Council of Alumnae during this summerís Alumni Reunion, August 2-4.

A presentation highlighting the achievements of our alumnae is being compiled, and any facts that members of the campus community have about this group would be welcomed.

These facts could include information about the first female graduates and undergrad students in degree programs, origins of female-oriented campus organizations, females in leadership roles, etc. Any information regarding alumnae who have noteworthy "firsts" in industry would be helpful as well.

Information can be sent to or by calling Alumni Relations at 487-2400. Details about Reunion can be found at Reunion.


John Gagnon's book "Lake Superior Profiles: People on the Big Lake" is not yet on sale at the Campus Bookstore. The bookstore expects to have it available Friday, May 25.

Michigan Tech Hockey Announces 2012-13 Schedule

by Wes Frahm, director, athletic marketing and communications

The Michigan Tech hockey team will play a 35-game schedule in 2012-13 that will include 17 home dates and 28 WCHA contests.

Highlights of the schedule include home-and-home series against both Upper Peninsula rivals, Lake Superior State and Northern Michigan; the 47th annual Great Lakes Invitational, which will be played outdoors at Detroit's Comerica Park Dec. 27-28; the Huskies' annual Winter Carnival series Feb. 8-9; and 12 games against teams that were in last year's NCAA Tournament field.

Tech's 92nd season of intercollegiate hockey will begin Oct. 6 with an exhibition against Brock University of St. Catherines, Ontario. The regular season will start Thursday, Oct. 11, at Upper Peninsula rival Lake Superior State. The Lakers return the game two days later in Houghton.

Tech's WCHA schedule opens with defending MacNaughton Cup champion Minnesota coming to the MacInnes Student Ice Arena Oct. 19-20.

Other league home series will be Nebraska Omaha (Nov. 2-3), Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 30-Dec. 1), North Dakota (Dec. 14-15), Bemidji State (Jan. 18-19), Alaska Anchorage (Feb. 8-9) and Colorado College (Mar. 8-9).

Michigan Tech and Northern Michigan will play two mid-week contests--one in Marquette on Tuesday, Dec. 4, and the other in Houghton on Tuesday, Feb. 12.

The Huskies' WCHA road series will be at Denver (Oct. 26-27), Bemidji State (Nov. 16-17), Wisconsin (Dec. 7-8), Minnesota Duluth (Jan. 11-12), Nebraska Omaha (Feb. 1-2), Minnesota State (Feb. 15-16) and St. Cloud State (Mar. 1-2).

"This will be a challenging schedule," said head coach Mel Pearson. "The WCHA will again be very strong from top to bottom, and we're looking forward to our non-conference games. It's important to continue to play our UP rivals.

"Having been part of three outdoor games in the past, I know the GLI will be a unique experience for our players and a fun event for our fans and alumni."

Michigan Tech will play Michigan Dec. 27 in the GLI semifinal, then face either Michigan State or Western Michigan the following day.

All three of those teams, plus Minnesota, Denver, Minnesota Duluth and North Dakota were in the NCAA Tournament a year ago.

Michigan Tech returns 21 players from last year's team that went 16-19-4 and advanced to the WCHA Final Five.

On the Road

Professor Mari W. Buche (SBE) and graduate student Gareth Johnson (ME/MBA) traveled to Green Bay, Wis., to attend the Midwest AIS annual conference May 18-19. They presented "Inter-sourcing: Partnerships Between Businesses, Universities and Student Interns." Buche, treasurer of MWAIS, also participated in a panel discussion on the future of the Midwest AIS organization and chaired a session on organizational issues relating to information systems.

Job Postings

Staff job descriptions are available in Human Resources or at . For more information regarding staff positions, call 487-2280 or email .

Faculty job descriptions can be found at . For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Faculty Job Posting

Tenure Track Position
Assistant Professor of French

Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer.

In the News

"From Lemons to Lemonade: Reaction Uses Carbon Dioxide to Make Carbon-Based Semiconductor" was at the top of the science category of the social news website Reddit May 21. The article reviews a novel chemical reaction developed by Professor Yun Hang Hu (MSE).