New Process for Resetting NSF Passwords
Passwords must be between eight and 20 characters and use three of the four categories below:
- Upper-case letter
- Lower-case letter
- One of these special characters: # & % ! @ ( )
For questions, contact the Sponsored Programs Office at 7-2226.
Continuous Improvement Connection
As summer progresses things get busier and busier with the impending arrival of the students. From vacations to important projects, the to-do lists to be completed within the next couple of weeks are hefty for everyone. Stay organized.
Here in the Office of Continuous Improvement we regularly use Lean tools to keep track of large workloads. From personal kanbans to problem solving matrixes, there are ways to crunch even the most tedious issues. Chip away at it and know what needs to be ahead of time-minimizing waste and laying out your work clearly in front of you is a good way to get started. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us.
You can find more tools and information at http://www.mtu.edu/improvement or contact us at 7-3180 or email@example.com.
PLGC Holds Junior Tournament
Houghton's Ben Strong beat Jake Mikesch, from St. Josephs, Michigan, in the first extra hole to claim the 16-17 age group title in a Junior Tournament held earlier this week at Michigan Tech's Portage Lake Golf Course. Both players shot 18-hole scores of 78. Finishing 3 rd was Wyatt Tuoriniemi from Mohawk with a score of 86.
Paxton Johnson from Escanaba defeated Hancock’s Peyton Dube in a tight Girl’s Division battle. Johnson made the turn with a 44 on the Pilgrim side, while Dube turned at 47. Both girls were strong on the Portage side shooting 2 over par 38s.
In the 14-15 year old Division, Jiseung Choi from Houghton fired an 18-hole score of 78 to beat Houghton’s Avery Markham and Iron Mountain’s Jeffrey VanHolla by 2 strokes.
Kyle Maki from Hancock won the 12-13 year old division in a play-off. Maki and Houghton’s Brady Schmierer both had 42 after 9 holes entering the play-off. Maki made a par on the first play-off hole to secure the title. Finishing in third place was Max Solda from Norway, Michigan with a score of 44.
In the 10-11 Division, Mika Jalkanen from Houghton won the title by one stroke over Carter Kilpela from Hancock and Cooper Leonard from Houghton.
The next Junior Tournament will take place on Sunday, Aug. 7.
Also coming up at Portage Lake is a Senior three–Person Scramble on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
For more information on future tournaments, call 7-2641 or go online.
Mary Durfee (SS), wrote "Dementia perhaps, but the state is not dead: TTIP, CETA, and the Arctic," in COJOURN, Vol 1, No. 2.
COJOURN is the Cornvinus Journal of International Affairs published by the Institute of International Studies at Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary.
In the News
Scienmag, an online science magazine, reported on a paper published in the journal Bioscience, calling for international efforts to save the world's largest mammals. John Vucetich (SFRES) was a co-author of the BioScience paper. Read the paper here.
Iranian Cuisine at Khana Khazana
Food from Iran is featured at today's Khana Khazana. Serving is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the food truck in the MUB circle across from the Library.
The menu includes:
Cutlet (Kotlet)—ground beef, potatoes, eggs, breadcrumbs and spices, formed into patties and fried.
Fereni—Persian pudding with milk, rice four, rose water and pistachios
Sekanjebin— a mint syrup drink
The cost is $6.95 for the full meal. Like the Khana Khazana at Michigan Tech Facebook page.