Q&A with Diversity Award Winner Joan Schumaker-Chadde

Joan Schumaker-Chadde’s body of work is a lot like Lake Superior: the list of attributes, no matter how complete, can’t . . .

Meet Brett Hamlin, Engineering Fundamentals Interim Department Chair

The College of Engineering at Michigan Technological University is pleased to announce Dr. Brett Hamlin as interim chair of the . . .

Michelle Jarvie-Eggart on Engineering Education

Michelle Jarvie-Eggart participated in a paper for the 2020 ASEE conference online. The paper entitled “Work in Progress: Student Perception . . .

Gordon Parker: Control Systems—Math in Motion

Gordon Parker shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, August 3 at 6 pm EST. . . .

Open-source home care equipment is one of seven projects undergraduate student researchers
      may tackle—the projects will be prioritized by putting them to a public vote. Which
      do you think is most important?

MTU Enterprise Students Want Your Vote for COVID-19 Solutions

A better face mask. Meal-delivering robots. Virus-resistant materials. Huskies wouldn’t be Huskies without a solution-oriented response to the global pandemic. . . .

Audra Morse: Two Triangles Don’t Make a Right

Are you heading to college soon to study engineering, or thinking about it? Please join us tonight, Tuesday, July 28 . . .

Steve Kampe: Hey, there’s MSE in Your Golf Bag!

Steve Kampe shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, July 27 at 6 pm EST. . . .

Remembering Roger Kieckhafer

By Glen Archer, Interim Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Roger cared deeply for his students, his family, and . . .

Joe Foster: Through the Looking Glass! Geospatial Wizardry

Joe Foster shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, July 13 at 6 pm EST. . . .

Janet Callahan Named ASEE Fellow

Janet Callahan, dean of the College of Engineering and professor of materials science and engineering at Michigan Technological University, was . . .

Tips and Tricks from Three Chairs and Dean

Embarking soon on your college career? Or, still pondering embarking? Then this is for you. A free, interactive Zoom short . . .

Jeremy Bos: What’s next after FIRST?

Jeremy Bos shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, July 6 at 6 pm EST. . . .

The theme of the 2021 International Association for Great Lakes Research is "Bridging:
      Knowledges, Seven Generations, Land-to-Lake." The conference is May 17-20 at Michigan
      Technological University.

MTU to Host 2021 Great Lakes Conference

Michigan Technological University will host the annual conference of the International Association for Great Lakes Research in May 2021.

Treating wastewater protects communities and water resources.

Tracking and Treating COVID-19 in Human Waste

When the virus that causes COVID-19 finds its way into wastewater, what happens to it? Environmental engineers will track the . . .

Adrienne Minerick, dean of the College of Computing, is ASEE's next president-elect.

MTU's Adrienne Minerick Elected to Lead Engineering Educators

Adrienne Minerick, dean of the College of Computing at Michigan Technological University, is president-elect of the American Society for Engineering . . .

Michigan Tech's Aerospace Enterprise empowers undergraduate students to design, build,
      and fly spacecraft.

And Then There Were Two: MTU’s Next Student-built Satellite Set to Launch in 2021

NASA has slated Michigan Technological University’s second student-built satellite for a March 2021 deployment from the International Space Station (ISS).

Looking through the lens of photonics and optics is an inherently interdisciplinary
      adventure.

Prismatic Primer: MTU Photonics and Optics Harness the Light

Photonics and optics — the fields of light — are like the colors of the rainbow. There are measurable differences, . . .

Kaylee Meyers is the 12th Michigan Tech recipient of the prestigious Barry Goldwater
      Scholarship. The junior from Essexville, Michigan is a biomedical engineering major.

MTU Junior Kaylee Meyers Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

For the second consecutive year, a Michigan Tech student has been awarded one of the nation's most prestigious undergraduate research . . .

Michigan Tech has partnered with regional hospitals to coordinate receiving and testing
      patient samples on campus.

Michigan Tech Opens COVID-19 Testing Lab

Starting this week, Michigan Technological University will begin testing patient samples for COVID-19, working alongside regional health care providers.

Chee-Wooi Ten and Kuilin Zhang propose that utility companies can infer occupancy
      in buildings based on cell phone locations and from devices on the Internet of Things,
      much the same as how Google or the app Waze acquires real time traffic data from cell
      phones to infer congestion on roadways.

Cloud Sourcing Electricity Usage

What do energy usage in buildings and traffic congestion have in common? Crowdsourcing.

Outreach in Natural Resources and Engineering

Eighteen high school students from Detroit and across the Lower Peninsula are spending six days at Michigan Tech from July . . .

Lake Superior Water Festival Wednesday

More than 700 elementary, middle and high-school students from 10 Western Upper Peninsula schools will gather at Michigan Technological University’s . . .

Fall 2018 After School Science and Engineering Classes

Starting Oct. 1 through Nov. 6, there will be six hands-on explorations taught by Michigan Tech science and engineering students and staff from . . .

Letter of Intent Deadline for NSF’s PREEVENTS is July 27, 2018.

The deadline for submitting a letter of intent to NSF’s ongoing Prediction of and Resilience against Extreme Events Program (PREEVENTS) is . . .

NIH RFPs

Requests for Applications High-Priority Behavioral and Social Research Networks (R24 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) (RFA-AG-19-015) National Institute on Aging Application . . .

NSF RFPs

Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER)  Full Proposal Deadline Date: July 19, 2018 — for ENG Program Guidelines: NSF 17-537 . . .

DOE Releases Report on Basic Research: Key to Modern Technologies

Summary from Federal Science Partners — Basic research and scientific facilities sponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) have played . . .

NIH RFPs

Requests for Applications Sustained Release Innovation for HIV (SRI) (R61/R33 Clinical Trial Optional) (RFA-AI-18-006) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious . . .

Engineering Directorate at NSF: Engineering Corner newsletter

Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the new Engineering Corner newsletter, an occasional note to the community about happenings within the Engineering . . .

VentureWell Opportunities

E-Team Grant Program Receive an E-Team grant and get training through our early-stage innovator training program. The training provides peer . . .

Postdoctoral positions at the NREL

Gregg Beckham, a group leader at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, has openings for multiple postdoctoral positions in his research . . .

Americorps VISTA Opportunity at WPI

Do you care about K-12 education and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)? Want to make a difference in Worcester? . . .

NSF RFPs

Small Business Innovation Research Program Phase I (SBIR) Full Proposal Deadline Date: July 10, 2018 Program Guidelines: NSF 18-550 Introduction to the Program:The . . .

Everything from Algae to Zooplankton

Young scientists sample the freshwater food chain through GM’s Ride the Waves at Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center. Whitefish . . .

Teacher Professional Development at Belle Isle Aquarium

Joan Chadde is in Detroit this week conducting a four-day teacher institute at the Belle Isle Aquarium as part of . . .

Agassiz at Strawberry Festival 2017

There were free scientific excursions aboard Michigan Tech’s research vessel Agassiz from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, July 8, 2017, . . .

Engineering, Computer Summer Camps for KBIC Middle Schoolers

Middle school students from Baraga and L’Anse will be attending an Engineering Exploration summer camp at Michigan Tech this week. . . .

Detroit Area Engineering Students Participate in Summer Youth Programs

The Michigan Chronicle published a story about the Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP), mentioning that Michigan Tech is one . . .

Summer Elementary School Science Camp 2017

Michigan Technological University is reaching out again to keep local elementary and middle school students engaged this summer. Today’s first . . .

Showcase of LSSI Projects at Upcoming Community Events

Summer 2017 Find out what Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative (LSSI) teams are doing. Many are partnered with Michigan Tech faculty . . .