Register Now for Girls and Boys Basketball Camps

Boys and girls basketball camps start June 13. There are girls Offensive Skills camps for grades six through eight and nine through 12, and boys and girls development camps for grades six through eight. Registration ends soon. Sign up today. Visit the basketball camp site for more information.

Sergeant Doug Jones Retirement Social

Sergeant Douglas Jones of the Department of Public Safety and Police Services has served the community for 24 years and today is his last day.

A retirement social will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. today (May 31) in the Memorial Union Alumni Lounge. Stop by to wish Doug well as he begins a new chapter in his life. Refreshments will be served.

Track Season Ends at NCAA Championships

Michigan Tech's Jevon Maddox and Kyle Petermann wrapped up competition in the 2016 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships Friday.

Maddox took part in the 400-meter hurdles event Thursday, running the race in 54.98. The senior from Austell, Georgia, placed 17th in the tightly contested field.

Petermann battled difficult weather conditions in the discus event. The Clintonville, Wisconsin, native registered a top throw of 48.57 meters, good for 14th in the nation.

Both Maddox and Petermann earned their spots in the NCAA championships following record-setting efforts during the regular season or at last chance meets.

"I thought both Jevon and Kyle performed well for their first experience at the national meet," said head coach Joe Haggenmiller. "It's certainly a great accomplishment for Jevon to complete his Michigan Tech career on the biggest stage, and it was a great learning experience for Kyle – something he can build off of and use to his advantage in the future.

"Our entire team and staff couldn't be happier for both of these guys. They worked hard and without a doubt represented Michigan Tech and the community well."

For complete results from the 2016 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships, click here and for more on Husky Athletics visit michigantechhuskies.com.

Hockey Spring Carnival Winners Announced

Michigan Tech hockey hosted its annual Spring Carnival at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena last Friday (May 20) with a great turnout of children and families. Over 300 people attended the event to experience free food, door prizes, games and interaction with Huskies coaches and players.
Seven individuals who registered for prizes at the event have been selected as winners. The list includes:
  • Chase Aho – One Week of Michigan Tech Hockey School
  • Augie Hamilin – Single Game Family Ticket Package
  • Alena Pietila – Single Game Family Ticket Package
  • Chloe Asiala - $50 University Images Gift Card
  • Connie Gaff - $25 University Images Gift Card
  • Jared Freeman Jr. – Autographed Hockey Stick
  • Levi Koivisto – Autographed Hockey Stick

Season tickets to watch the Huskies defend their MacNaughton Cup championship are on sale now at the SDC Ticket Office. A special early bird special rate of $204 – a 20 percent savings off regular season ticket pricing – is available until July 1. Call 7-2073 or visit BuyHuskiesTickets.com for additional details.

Fans can also sign up for Michigan Tech Hockey School, which runs throughout the summer at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. Youth hockey players registered with a local association get a $25 discount on hockey school. For more information or to sign up, visit MichiganTechRecreation.com.

For more on Husky Athletics visit michigantechhuskies.com.

Reminders

Michigan Tech Archives to Host Project Reception

The Michigan Technological University Archives and Copper Country Historical Collections invites the community to a project reception for the "Black Voices in the Copper Country" project.

The presentation and social hour will take place at 6 p.m. today (May 31) in the Van Pelt and Opie Library's East Reading Room. This event is free and open to the public. Assorted hors d'oeuvres and other refreshments will be served.

This reception is made possible in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Visit our blog for more details about the event. You may also contact the Michigan Tech Archives at 7-2505 or copper@mtu.edu.

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5th Annual HuskyPAW & SWEAT Amazing Challenge

The fifth annual HuskyPAW & SWEAT Amazing Challenge will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 30. Registration and more information will be available the first week of June. We need volunteers to help with the event. If interested contact Shannon Brodeur.

For more information see the original Tech Today article

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Summer Youth Program Seeks Area Scholarship Applicants

Michigan Tech's Summer Youth Program has scholarship funding for up to 15 students from Baraga, Houghton and Keweenaw counties through an Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) called UNITE. 

UNITE is open to current ninth through 11th grade students. The scholarship will cover all costs for selected students to participate in one week living on-campus and three weeks as a commuter student.

Applications are being accepted through Friday, June 3. The application can be downloaded here. For more information see the original Tech Today story.

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Bookstore, University Images Closed for Inventory

The Campus Bookstore in the Memorial Union Building and University Images in the Student Development Complex remain closed for inventory today.

Both stores will reopen tomorrow, June 1.

IT Connect

Change Your Password Often

Passwords have become an essential and critical part of our daily lives. A secure password is the first step in ensuring your safety online. Is your password secure? Here are some password tips:

  • Don’t use one password for every site. Many of us use the same password for multiple sites, but it is best to use unique passwords for every site you visit.

  • Change your password(s) on a regular basis. Michigan Tech IT recommends that you change your passwords as often as you can.

  • The longer the password the better. To create a strong password, try linking words that have meaning to you and are easy to remember.

If you are worried that you might forget your Michigan Tech ISO password, remember that you can manage this password by updating your mobile number at mylogin.mtu.edu.

Read more about password management.

If you have any questions about mylogin.mtu.edu or about changing your password, please contact us at it-help@mtu.edu or call 7-1111.

In the News

Don Lafreniere (SS), Sarah Scarlett(SS) and John Arnold (SS) were featured on ABC 10 news about their Keweenaw Time Traveler Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure Project.