Michigan Tech Adjusts Tuition Rates, Increases Financial Aid

On Monday, June 27, Governor Rick Snyder signed the next fiscal year's state budget bill.  As a result, Michigan Tech has adjusted next year's tuition rates to comply with the tuition increase caps the state has set in its university appropriation guidelines.
This adjustment averages 4.2 percent for in-state undergraduate students studying in the University's most common academic programs and maintains a balanced budget for Michigan Tech next year. 
Michigan Tech’s budget for the coming fiscal year increases financial aid to undergraduate students by $3.2 million, a 10 percent increase over current year expenditures. This additional financial aid recognizes a projected increase in enrollment and reflects Tech’s emphasis on student access and affordability. 
"Each year that state leadership has set a tuition increase cap, Michigan Tech has been at or below that cap,” noted President Glenn Mroz. “By most state and national measures, Michigan
Tech continues to be a recognized leader in return on investment for a college education. Next year's budget, which includes a healthy increase in financial aid for our students, ensures this leadership will continue."

Indian Cuisine at Khana Khazana

Tastes of India are on tap Friday at Khana Khazana. Serving is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the food trailer in the MUB circle opposite the library. 

The menu includes Chicken Do Pyaza—chicken curry cooked in tomato gravy with onion, Rajma Masala—kidney beans steamed and cooked with vegetables, Peanut Salad— A variety of vegetables and peanuts with a touch of Indian taste and Kheer/Payasam—sago dessert with milk and dried fruits.

The cost is $6.95 for the full meal. Like the Khana Khazana at Michigan Tech Facebook page.

Michigan Tech’s Reinke Invited to Nashville Development Camp

Incoming Michigan Tech defenseman Mitch Reinke has been invited to attend the Nashville Predators development camp, now through Saturday at the Centennial Sportsplex. 

The scheduled training regimen includes a variety of on-and off-ice testing, dry-land activities and workouts, on-ice fundamentals work, video sessions, media and nutrition education and team-building activities. The players will also receive instruction on training principles such as sport-specific power and strength enhancement, flexibility and off-ice conditioning. 

Last season, Reinke was part of the 2016 Anderson Cup winning Cedar Rapids RoughRiders squad, which is awarded annually to the winner of the United States Hockey League. 

For the full story and more on Husky sports visit michigantechhuskies.com


Husky Motors Announces Mileage Fee Change

The second phase of the Husky Motors additional mileage fee will take effect Friday, July 1. 

For additional information see the original Tech Today story.

In Print

Ashley Coble's (PhD, 2015) paper on DOM biodegradability in Lake Superior tributaries was published in the Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeoscience. Amy Marcarelli (Bio Sci), Evan Kane (SFRES), Dave Toczydlowski (Bio Sci) and Robert Stottlemyer (Bio Sci) are co-authors on the paper, "Temporal patterns of dissolved organic matter biodegradability are similar across three rivers of varying size."


Tim Veverica (BS Bio Sci, MS 2014 Applied Ecol) co-advised by Kane and Marcarelli, published a paper on a novel approach for analyzing iron concentration in wetlands was published by the Soil Science Society of America Journal. The paper was chosen as the cover story for the May-June issue of the SSSAJ.
Don Lafreniere (SS) co-authored a paper, "The Windsor-Detroit Borderland: The Making of a Key North American Environment of Mobility" in Moving Natures: Mobility and the Environment in Canadian History published by the University of Calgary Press.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Wednesday, June 29, 2016 

Staff and faculty job descriptions are available in the Human Resources Department. For more information regarding staff positions call 7-2280 or email jobs@mtu.edu. For more information regarding faculty positions contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Assistant or Associate Professor, Supply Chain/Operations Management, School of Business and Economics. Apply online.  


Business Intelligence Developer, Enterprise Application Services. Apply online.

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