Sometimes you're the window, sometimes you're the bird. A student-designed prototype
      of an affordable collision-detection sensor aims to make the two meet less often.

For the Birds

That bone-cracking thud isn't easily forgotten. Nor are bird-window collisions easily prevented. A team of faculty and students is using . . .

In the News

Michigan Tech’s Director of Bands, Mike Christianson performs with the John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble. The JHLE recording: “All Can Work” was today named . . .

Two days into the still-active flooding situation, Adam Johnson decided that he was
      tired of looking at destruction and set to work taking photos of hope, connection,
      and recovery. (Adam Johnson/Brockit, Inc.)

Copper Country Strong

Historic flash floods ripped through the Keweenaw in June. Nature’s show of strength was met by another force to be . . .

The University answered the call for troops skilled in mining operations. Student
      soldiers lived and trained on campus.

In The Trenches

The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month—in November 2018, Michigan Tech paused with the world to . . .

At the High-Altitude Water Cherenkov Gamma-Ray Observatory in Mexico, scientists have
      discovered a new source of the highest-energy photons in the cosmos: a strange system
      known as a microquasar, located a neighborly 15,000 light years from Earth. The research
      team included Michigan Tech’s Petra Huentemeyer, a professor of physics; postdoctoral
      research associate Henrike Fleischhack; and PhD candidates Chad Brisbois and Binita
      Hona. “These electrons are some of

1400 Townsend Drive

Campus life has never been more exciting. New technologies, centers, graduate programs, and student scholars. Dive into the excitement at . . .

Auditions for Agnes of God Tonight

Auditions for Agnes of God will be held this evening, Wednesday, November 28th at 7:00 pm. in Walker 210. The . . .

Photo by Nat Seymour

Meditation Circuit: Join Anne Beffel for an Open Studios Event Today

Professor and public artist Anne Beffel (VPA) will hold an open studio event from 6 to 8 p.m. today (Nov. . . .