Cue the applause: From high-flying stunts to audiobook characters, Michigan Tech graduates make their mark in the entertainment industry.
Therapeutic horseback riding. Education in remote communities. Clean water for an island nation. Across the globe, Huskies work and live for a cause.
A former Michigan Tech Board of Control chair reflects on the presidency of Glenn D. Mroz.
Navigating classes, cancer, and chemo tested student Larry Stambeck Jr.’s grit. He got by—and survived—thanks to help from fellow Huskies.
At the Sustainable Futures Institute, preserving landscapes comes down to crunching numbers in a life cycle assessment.
Back in India, Harsh Malu and Prannay Malu lived 10 hours apart and—in a country with more than a billion people—likely would have never crossed paths. Except they came here, to Michigan Tech.