The Michigan Tech Retired Employees Association's mission is to help you stay in touch with the friends you made while working at Tech, to keep you informed about campus activities and to provide volunteer and learning opportunities.  

Membership is automatic for all who retire from employment at Michigan Tech, including faculty, staff, and administrators, in addition to their spouses, partners, widows and widowers. Others with special connections to campus are welcome, as well. The intent of the Retiree Association is to be inclusive in its membership. There are no dues, membership in the MTREA is free.

Michigan Tech student chapter won the national 2015 SAF QuizBowl.

Forestry Students Win SAF QuizBowl

Forestry terminology is no walk in the park. It’s full of taxonomy, long latin names; it deserves its own dictionary. The Society of American Foresters . . .[ read more ]
Greenhouse and soil lab manager Karena Schmidt holds one of the American chestnut seedlings.

School of Forestry Brings American Chestnut Back to the Keweenaw

Back in the late 1980s, when Terry Sharik was teaching at Michigan Tech’s School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science—then called the School of Forestry and . . .[ read more ]
Greg McKennon, past president of the Society of Rheology, presents Michigan Technological University Chemical Engineering Professor Faith Morrison with the Distinguished Service Award. The presentation was made last month in Baltimore.

Faith Morrison Receives Rare Honor from Society of Rheology

October 13, was a big evening for Faith Morrison, much bigger than she had anticipated. The professor of chemical engineering at Michigan Technological University was in . . .[ read more ]
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View of the center of the campus mall from Rekhi Hall.

2012 MTU Accomplishments