Public Performances and Receptions at the Rozsa and McArdle Cancelled

As you are likely aware, Michigan Tech is carefully following guidance from the recent Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order . . .

The artwork "Pathways for Reducing Emissions" by Alisa Singer, an artistic rendering
      of a graph that shows possible pathways to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions
      to limit global mean temperature rise in the post-industrial era to not more than
      2°C (3.6°F) which was the stated goal of the countries signing the Paris Agreement.

Michigan Tech’s World Water Day Moves Online

Michigan Tech will celebrate World Water Day March 23 and 24 with speakers, an art exhibit and poster competition—virtually.

Gordillo Teaching Award Recipient

In order to provide special recognition to instructors who have been nominated as finalists for the Distinguished Teaching Award four . . .

The University will be doing remote instruction for the rest of the semester.

MTU Profs Shift Teaching and Labs to Remote Instruction

If necessity is the mother of invention, then rapidly shifting to remote instruction to slow the spread of COVID-19 is . . .

Distinguished Teaching Award Finalists Announced

The William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning seeks input for its annual Distinguished Teaching Awards, which recognize outstanding contributions . . .

Tech Choirs to Perform ‘Music for a Sacred Space’ Sunday

The choirs of Michigan Tech will perform a joint concert entitled, “Music for a Sacred Space,” at 7:30 p.m. Sunday . . .

Meckler to Headline Two Major Jazz Festivals

Adam Meckler (VPA) has been tapped to headline two big national jazz festivals in the next few days. First, Meckler . . .