Students in the Women in Automotive Engineering program investigate engineering careers
      in the automotive industry, including mechanical and electrical aspects. Credit: Peter
      Zhu

Guest Blog: Combining Forces

Summer Youth Programs (SYP) hosted its first writing camp in June. Student writer Grace Sviland teamed up with fellow SYP . . .

Fighting fires has changed over time; the Copper Country Firefighters History Museum
      keeps that history alive. Photo by Jay Heike on Unsplash

Guest Blog: Into the Fire

Summer Youth Programs hosted its first writing camp in June. Student writer Lauren Pattok steps into the past with Copper . . .

Life is full of data, but what happens when data takes on a life of its own?

Bias in the Algorithm

Algorithms are more than equations. They redefine us.

Student-athletes at Michigan Tech need to be smart in the game and competitive in
      the classroom.

A Day in the Life of a Student-Athlete

They’re more than athletes and students—they’re both.

Ben Johnson is a program director for Corvette Racing.

Dream Jobs

A degree from Michigan Tech can land you the career of your dreams. Just ask these alumni.

Dana Van Kooy at Yale University

Dana Van Kooy, associate professor and director of the English program (HU), was a 2018-19 fellow at the Lewis Walpole . . .

Students are spending the summer in Singapore to study nanotechnology and bioengineering.
      Credit: McKenzy Rehfus

IRES Singapore Brings Students Abroad for Health Research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) created the International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) program to foster global collaboration in science . . .

In Print

Edzordzi Agbozo (RTC PhD candidate), co-authored a paper titled “Teacher Trainee Sociolinguistic Backgrounds and Attitudes to Language-in-education Policy in Ghana: A Preliminary Survey,” which . . .