These awards support research and scholarly endeavors of Michigan Tech faculty and students.
The Bhakta Rath Research Award, established in 2010 by an endowment from Dr. Bhakta B. Rath and his wife, Sushama Rath, offers an opportunity to promote and reward excellence in scientific and engineering research in the field of physical and natural sciences and engineering.
The Michigan Tech Century II Campaign Endowed Equipment Fund (C2E2) provides funding to invest in equipment related to research and to improve the lives of faculty, students, and staff campus-wide.
The Faculty Fellow Program provides funding for fellows in four areas: sponsored programs; economic development and technology commercialization; strategic planning and budget; and compliance, integrity, and safety.
The Michigan Tech Research Award, presented annually, recognizes sustained productive scholarly endeavor or a single noteworthy breakthrough in research results. Nominations should consider the impact the nominee has made toward advancement of knowledge or scholarship.
Portage Health Foundation and Michigan Tech are critically aware of how health research funding not only produces humanitarian benefits, but also generates significant domestic economic activity. Together they have committed funds to accelerate health-research that ultimately enhances the health and wellbeing of our local community and global society.
The Research Excellence Fund (REF) program awards grants in four categories:
infrastructure enhancement grants,
research seed grants,
scholarship and creativity grants, and
commercialization milestone grants.
This program provides funding for undergraduate students interested in spending seven to 14 weeks developing an individual research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
This program provides funding for undergraduates who are interested in engaging in a research experience in a faculty member's laboratory.