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Cory Sullivan participating in Nasdaq closing

APMP Team Repeats Win in New York City

March 31, 2015
By Mark Wilcox

Michigan Tech student investing team wins in international competition for the second year in a row.

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Biomedical optics is one of the biomedical engineering research focuses at Michigan Tech.

Michigan Tech Graduate Engineering Specialties on the Rise in US News Rankings

March 10, 2015
By Jennifer Donovan

Six Michigan Tech engineering programs rise in US News graduate school rankings. 

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Riding on the basket boats in Da Nang, Vietnam, wearing crowns and rings made of leaves growing alongside the river.

Studying on the Rolling Ocean

March 5, 2015
By Monica Lester

Traveling, studying,conducting research, learning about the world -- all part of a Semester at Sea.

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Career Fair is about building connections.

Building a Snow Statue, Building a Career

February 19, 2015
By Kevin Hodur

Just a couple of weeks ago, they were building statues and sculptures. This week they're building something that will last well beyond the first warmth of spring.

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Hands-on education prepares Michigan Tech students for high-paying jobs.

Michigan Tech Ranked Among Top Schools for Graduates' Future Earnings

February 2, 2015
By Jennifer Donovan

Business Insider ranks Michigan Tech 15th in the nation for graduates' mid-career salaries. 

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Michigan Tech engineering undergraduates who participated in the Kiewit Women's Construction Leadership Seminar. From the left: Erika Harris, Natalie Parker, Rachelle Wiegand, Lauren Krueger, Emily Blaney, Erin Richie and Autumn Storteboom.

Seven Tech Women Chosen for National Construction Leadership Seminar

January 16, 2015
By Monica Lester

Civil and mechanical engineering undergraduate women attend Kiewit Construction Leadership Conference.

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One of the thousands of shots from the day.

The Day of Pictures

December 20, 2014
By Kevin Hodur

Commencement is one of the days where you can't have enough memories. It's years and years of work, dedication, and support, all compressed into two hours. These are a few additional written snapshots from December 20, 2014.

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VPA students designed 3D

2D Designs Become a 3D Reality on the Tech Trails

December 11, 2014
By Jennifer Donovan

Visual and Performing Arts students turn two-dimensional designs into three-dimensional "frames" for nature along the Tech Trails. 

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PCMI computer science graduate student Tim Ward with members of his host community on the island nation of Vanuatu.

Michigan Tech Adds New Peace Corps Master's International Programs in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, GIS

November 20, 2014
By Danny Messinger

Michigan Tech's Peace Corps Master's International Program expands to include computer science, electrical and computer engineering and geographic information systems.

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Undead U: A Zombie Symposium Explores Why Zombies Fascinate Us.

Undead U at Michigan Tech Thursday

October 27, 2014
By Danny Messinger

Zombie experts examine the phenomenon at Undead U: A Zombie Symposium at Michigan Tech this week.  

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