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Student Organization Spotlight
Keweenaw Pride is the LGBTQIA+ organization at Michigan Technological University. They are focused on supporting all LGBTQIA+ people and their allies and friends. KP seeks to provide a safe place for all those in need of support. During the academic year, KP hosts numerous social events in order to promote an inclusive campus, including the annual drag show. KP boasts 98 active members and holds general meetings every other Wednesday at 7pm in Fisher 130 and social events on alternating Wednesdays. Everyone is welcome! For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Women’s Rugby Club, shown here at their 2019 home opener, exists to empower women through a sport that requires skill, dedication, precision and strong communication among teammates while also being a group of friends on and off the pitch. The organization has 18 active members that practice and play with the team.
SEI Graduate Chapter
The Structural Engineering Institute- Graduate Student Chapter at MTU is the first, and only, chapter in Michigan. There are currently 20 active members who have been hard at work planning events and volunteering in the community.
Railroad Engineering and Activities Club (shown here at the 2019 Railway Interchange Conference) is a professional student organization, the first of 26 student chapters, of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association. REAC connects students directly to the railroad industry through company speakers, field trips, scholarships, job/internship opportunities, professional conferences, and more! Meetings are the last Monday of Every Month at 7pm in Fisher 101.
Concrete Canoe is an organization that doesn't like to mince words. The organization works to actually make a canoe out of concrete and race it! (yes it floats-- the 2019 boat was 167 lbs!!) The photo shown is after five hours of casting work. The group meets Wednesdays, in Dillman 214, at 7pm. Check out www.cee.mtu.edu/asce/canoe for more information!