Going with the flow is part of the daily work coordinating student accommodations to build inclusive research and scholarship spaces.
Guest Blog: Turning a Layoff into Creativity

The pandemic’s impacts on our campus research ecosystem are many and varied. In her guest blog, disability services coordinator Christy . . .

Hassan Masoud and his team, including doctoral student Mitchel Timm, built a robot that can manipulate surface tension to propel itself across the liquid surface with great speed and maneuverability. Image Credit: Mitchel Timm
Guest Blog: Why We Built a Bug Robot That Can Surf

In their guest blog, mechanical engineering professor Hassan Masoud and doctoral student Mitch Timm share how they built a tiny, . . .

The pandemic hallways were quieter than campus at night — but the building mechanics still couldn’t listen for problems from home.
Guest Blog: Building Mechanics Can't Work from Home

The pandemic’s impacts on our campus research ecosystem are many and varied. In his guest blog, building mechanic Tom Polkinghorn . . .

Camaro the wave glider spent 25 days in Lake Superior on a primary productivity data-collecting mission for NOAA. Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center launched the glider and relayed commands to the vehicle during its deployment.
Be Brief: Glider

An autonomous voyage in the rough waters of Lake Superior is no sweat for a wave glider.

Much like flood recovery, some faculty experienced lasting pandemic damage that needs to be dealt with in order for research to resume and some people experienced no effect at all.
Guest Blog: Faculty Witness COVID-19 Chain Reactions

The pandemic’s impacts on our campus research ecosystem are many and varied. In her guest blog, chemical engineer Rebecca Ong . . .