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- Feature Writer, University Marketing and Communications
She’s prone to social media binges, but Cyndi also takes time to stop and smell the flowers, especially our campus roses. The award-winning editor, journalist and columnist writes and edits for Michigan Tech’s web pages, electronic media and print publications. She finds work-life balance in the garden, on her yoga mat and anywhere near the water.
- The former Daily Mining Gazette journalist and editor hails from Houghton and has written for a variety of international, national and regional publications.
- She co-creates, writes and edits content for the University’s myriad forms of new media, including websites, blogs and other outreach across departments, for new and existing members of the Michigan Tech community.
- She is a sailor who enjoys Yoga, social media, gardening, and anything near the water. The debut novelist looks forward to writing more books.
Every day we’re introduced to better-performing technology. Beyond the achievements lie important human factors: who benefits, who doesn’t and why? Michigan Tech’s IPEC asks the questions. The Institute is a natural outgrowth for a public research university that innovates technological advancements, says IPEC Founding . . . Read More
A boatload of Huskies ranging from undergraduates to doctoral candidates learned and practiced research techniques in the "Lake Superior Exploration" course led by ecosystem ecologist Amy Marcarelli. The group traveled the shoreline of Upper Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula aboard the University research vessel Agassiz . . . Read More
Sanregret's holistic approach to inclusion — a systemic team mindset and whole-building culture that goes beyond brick-and-mortar accessibility — has been recognized with the 2019 Michigan Tech Diversity Award. The award, established in 2014, honors University thought leaders who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to . . . Read More
"Readyyyy! Let's go!" The air-piercing yips leave no doubt how these Alaskan huskies, straining forward on bootie-clad paws, feel about the starting command. They're ready to run. And so are the human Huskies who harness, drive, feed, encourage, and ensure that four-footed team members stay healthy, safe, and happy. "They're all different," . . . Read More