Jennifer Donovan

Jennifer Donovan

Director of News and Media Relations

Jennifer Donovan was a newspaper reporter and national magazine writer for years. Now she uses her journalistic skills and her fascination with science, technology, engineering and higher education to share Michigan Tech with the world. A graduate of the University of Central Florida and Stanford, she has a daughter, two step-daughters, three grandchildren and two cats.

Most Recent Stories

Walk on Water, Get Your Science Geek On

At a jam-packed Washington Convention Center this weekend, thousands and thousands of youngsters will get sticky feet and tongues discovering how much fun science and engineering can be. They’ll be dashing through ooblek and slurping liquid nitrogen ice cream at the Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers booths at the USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, DC, April 15-17. Mind . . . Read More

NSF Awards Graduate Research Fellowships to Michigan Tech Students

Four Michigan Technological University students have received Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF) from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and a fifth won an honorable mention. Zachary John Morgan, one of the fellowship winners, is a graduate student in materials research at Michigan Tech. The other fellowship winners are senior undergraduate students Ian Thomas Cummings, computer engineering; . . . Read More

Michigan Tech Ranks #2 in State for Value of an Education

SmartAsset, a digital financial analysis company, has released its second annual study comparing the cost of a college education to graduates’ average starting salaries. As it did last year, Michigan Technological University ranked second in the state, topped only by the University of Michigan. The study ranked 29 public and private colleges and universities across Michigan. University of . . . Read More

Alumni Association Announces 2016 Award Winners

Michigan Technological University’s Alumni Association has named its 2016 award winners. Each year members of the Michigan Tech Alumni Association Board of Directors review dozens of nominations of outstanding alumni and friends to determine award recipients. s. The 2016 recipients include: Humanitarian Award — James Tanis ’57, ‘58 Geological Engineering / Geophysics, and . . . Read More

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