Husky Bites Tonight: Sniffing Volcanoes From Space

What are you doing for supper tonight? How about grabbing a bite with Simon Carn (GMES) and co-host Bill Rose (GMES). Join College of Engineering Dean Janet Callahan at 6 p.m. tonight (Feb. 15) for Husky Bites, a free 20-minute Interactive Zoom Webinar from the College of Engineering. There'll be time after for Q&A. Tonight's topic is "Sniffing Volcanoes from Space."

Carn studies carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide emissions from volcanoes using remote sensing via satellite. This volcanic emissions information pulls together opportunities to improve monitoring of natural hazards, human health risks and climate processes—one volcanic breath at a time.

Join us early at 5:45 p.m. for conversation and a weather update.

Get the full scoop and register at, or catch it on the College of Engineering Facebook page

World Water Day Community Art Show Call for Submissions

World Water Day 2021 is about what water means to people, its true value and how we can better protect this vital resource. The Michigan Tech World Water Day Art Show offers an opportunity for local artists and community members to share what water means to them through creativity and creation.

Submissions can be art of any media type: paintings, drawings, photographs, poems, ceramics, songs and more. Due to safety and health concerns, the art show will be completely virtual in the form of an online media gallery.

To participate in the event, please submit the following to with the subject line “WWD Art Submission”:

  1. A high-resolution photograph or other applicable file attachment of your artwork
  2. Title of your artwork
  3. Brief description of your art and how it connects with the theme
  4. Note if you would like your artwork to be for sale, and if so, how much you are asking

The artwork should be submitted by March 1 for inclusion in the art show. Please direct any questions or concerns to Jessica Daignault.

GSG Merit Awards Nominations Open

Nominations for this year's Graduate Student Government Merit Awards are now open. This is a time to celebrate all the hard work graduate students, faculty and staff have put in over the last year.

GSG gives out four awards each year:

  • Exceptional Staff Member
  • Exceptional Graduate Mentor
  • Exceptional Student Leader
  • Exceptional Student Scholar

To see full information about the criteria for these awards, visit our website. If you wish to nominate someone, please fill out the form below. Nominations will close at 11:50 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 17).

Help us in recognizing some of the outstanding individuals on our campus by submitting a nomination today. Here is the link to the nomination form.

Innovation Week Showcases Tech Innovation

Husky Innovate, Michigan Tech’s innovation and entrepreneurship hub, is a partnership between the Pavlis Honors College, the Office of Innovation and Commercialization and the College of Business. By design, the collaboration offers innovators resources and expertise from across campus for each stage of their innovation. Our focus is to provide students experiential learning opportunities through workshops, pitches and field trips.

From Jan. 25 through 29, Husky Innovate hosted its first virtual Husky Innovate Bridge event open to our alumni community, Innovation Week. Husky Innovate Bridge’s core mission is — To grow and foster Michigan Tech’s innovation & entrepreneurship community by bridging connections between alums, faculty & students. We seek to drive Michigan Tech’s innovation pride by creating visible and convenient ways for Michigan Tech alumni to engage with Tech students, faculty and staff in meaningful and rewarding ways consistently throughout the academic school year.

Years ago, University Innovation Fellow (UIF) students introduced the campus to Innovation Week. Building on their good work and pivoting to a virtual platform, Husky Innovate scaled up programming and pulled in more internal and external collaborators. Innovation Week was a platform for Michigan Tech innovators on and off campus to showcase their work through panel discussions, presentations and events. During the week we had over 250 individuals who joined us remotely.

Collaborators from across campus included the Health Research Institute, the College of Business with four alumni — John Rockwell, Karl LaPeer, Jeff Helminski and Tom Nye, Advance Power Systems Labs, the Van Pelt Opie Library, the IDEA hub team, the Bob Mark Business Model Pitch Competition contestants, hosts and judges and the Pavlis Honors College with Tech Alumnus Hajj Flemings. New this year was the inclusion of alumni participation, fueled in partnership with the Office of Advancement and Alumni Engagement.

We would like to thank our collaborators for participating in Innovation Week. Stay tuned for additional programming and opportunities to participate later in the semester. If you are interested in joining the mission with ideas for involvement or suggestions for content, please connect with Lisa Casper, Husky Innovate Program Manager.

Intermittent Fasting Research Study

A research study being conducted in the Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology is currently recruiting healthy individuals that are 18 to 40 years old. This study is looking into the effects of intermittent fasting on the cardiovascular system.

Participants will be asked to visit the lab eight times over the course of 10 weeks and fast twice weekly for six weeks. Additionally, participants will be compensated and provided information about their body composition and cardiovascular health.

If you are interested in learning more about this research study and to see if you are eligible to participate, then either contact Steven Stelly or provide your information for us to contact you.

Reminder — Research Excellence Fund Call for Proposals

Proposals are being solicited for the Spring 2021 Research Excellence Fund (REF), an internal award of the Office of the Vice President for Research.

Proposals are due no later than 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 4, 2021, and are submitted electronically per the guidelines.

Proposals that do not follow proposal requirements, are incomplete, or received after the deadline will not be accepted for consideration and will be returned without review. All program information and proposal requirements are available online.

Tech Theatre Presents 'Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) [revised]'

Michigan Tech's Department of Visual and Performing Arts and the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts presents the Tech Theatre Company's virtual performances of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised]", by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield and originally produced by the Reduced Shakespeare Company. Join us for a whacky, entirely socially distanced theatre experience, live from the safety of your home.

A little about our unique COVID19-driven rendition of the play. The acting troupe turns out to be students experiencing the effects of “lock-down procrastination.” In an attempt to wow their Shakespeare professor to rescue their final grades, the students perform from their dorm rooms and apartments in a last-ditch madcap Zoom Conference. With a little help from the Zoom conference “audience,” the students crash their way through hilarious renditions of all of Shakespeare’s 37 plays in just 97 minutes.

Experience "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)[revised]" through the live-stream (just sit back and watch).


Be a part of the production.  Join in the performance as an active participant. We are reserving 30 spots each evening for adventurous theatergoers. Interact with the characters and actors via Zoom Conferencing.

Due to current coronavirus restrictions, the performances will only be available virtually. Performances will live-stream (yes, performed live) this Thursday through Saturday (Feb. 18-20) and  Feb. 25-27.  All performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. 

For all tickets, please visit or call Michigan Tech Ticketing Services at 7-2073. General public tickets are available for $10 (suggested donation) per device. Michigan Tech Students have free tickets available through the Experience Tech program. 

For the latest news and events, please join our Rozsa newsletter, check our website and Facebook page frequently, and stay informed as we announce new events each week. 

Husky Health Incentive Payout

Benefits-eligible employees who participated in Husky Health in 2020 and submitted a Husky Health Checklist, will receive their elected incentive on Friday, Feb. 26.

If you elected the Husky Health incentive as a payout in your paycheck, HSA or FSA your will see this reflected on your pay stub. Employees that elected the Husky Health incentive for a membership at the SCD, Mont Ripley or PLGC will be able to redeem your incentive payout on or after, Feb. 26.

As a reminder, the 2021 Husky Health reporting period began on began Jan 1, 2021 and will continue through Dec. 31, 2021 for a 2022 incentive payout.

Complete the 2021 Husky Health Checklist by Jan. 10, 2022, for a 2022 incentive payout.

Find out more information about Husky Health and other wellness benefits online. Questions? Contact the Benefits Office at or 7-2517

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Today

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar takes place at 3 p.m. today (Feb. 15) via Zoom.

Ed Verhamme, Great Lakes Engineer, LimnoTech will present "Next Generation Sensor Network for Great Lakes Scientists and Managers". All are welcome.

GSG Hosts Public Speaking Webinar

Join the Graduate Student Government for a public speaking webinar on from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 18) via Zoom. Marina Choy, PhD student in the Humanities Department, will lead the webinar.

Topics include speech anxiety, audience adaptation, speech organization, visual aids, support materials, and more. All graduate students can benefit from this seminar, regardless of the academic area.

Registration for this event can be found here.

Announcing Safety Skills Training Webinars

Join us for an interactive bi-monthly webinar exploring the many features of the new Safety Skills Training Platform Learning Management System. Portions of the Safety Skills platform were rapidly deployed this summer at Michigan Tech for COVID-19 in The Workplace training.

Unfortunately, due to the unforeseen complications of the COVID-19 Pandemic, in-person group instruction and informational meetings for departmental administrators on the new system were not possible. To support you and your department’s training needs, we are organizing 30-minute bi-monthly Safety Skills webinars.

Our staff will lead a “How To” discussion on specific topics, with an opportunity to ask and get answers to your questions. Our first session will cover the basic features of the Safety Skills system and will be led by Health and Safety Specialist, Christopher Maxson.

  • When: 2 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 17)
  • How to Join: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: Or Telephone: US: +1 312 626 6799 or +1 301 715 8592 Meeting ID: 882 3537 0460

The webinar will be recorded, so don’t worry if you can’t make it. You will be able to watch it anytime on the Michigan Tech EHS webpage. The webinar is geared for Safety Skills Training administrators, but anyone is welcome to participate. In the meantime, feel free to email with any questions or roadblocks you may encounter.

IPEC to Present Virtual Speaker Series "Justice in Transition"

The Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture will present “Justice in Transition,” a virtual speaker series on systemic injustice and advocacy. The series will run every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. from March 23 through April 15.

  • March 23: Marc Bamuthi Joseph—"The Arc of Systemic Solidarity"
  • March 25: Lawrence Gostin—"The Great Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020: Lessons Learned and Future Directions"
  • March 30: Robin Wall Kimmerer—"Justice for the Land"
  • April 1: August Ball—"Racial Equity and Environmentalism"
  • April 6: Katharine Hayhoe—"Connecting Local Climate Impacts to Global Policy Targets"
  • April 8: Ulf Johansson—"Responsible Sourcing of Wood—The IKEA Way"
  • April 13: Ruha Benjamin—"Race to the Future: Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society"
  • April 15: DeRay McKesson—"A Conversation with Civil Rights Activist DeRay McKesson"

For more information and to register for the Zoom webinars, please visit

Physics Colloquium - Graduate Student Presentations

Department of Physics PhD candidates, Neerav Kaushal (advisor: Elena Giusarma) and Geeta Sachdeva (advisor: Ravindra Pandey) will present their research progress at this week's Physics Colloquium.

Titles and abstracts of the presentations can be read here. This virtual event will take place at 4 p.m. on Thursday (Feb. 18) via Zoom.

If you haven't registered for the weekly Physics Colloquium series in the past, register in advance for this event.

Building the Mackinac Bridge

The Michigan Tech ASCE Chapter will host a virtual special seminar on the building of the Mackinac Bridge at 5 p.m. today (Feb. 15) via Zoom (password ASCE). Paul Giroux of Kiewitt will be the presenter.

Upon attending this seminar you will be able to understand why the Mackinac Bridge is still considered one of the greatest bridge-building stories. Attendees will also understand the challenges of building the Mackinac Bridge, the unique innovative construction methods employed, and the importance of the Mackinac Bridge to the growth and development of Northern Michigan in the twentieth century. 

Upcoming Informational Sessions About the Kinesiology Accelerated Master's (BS-MS) Program

The Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology will hold a brief informational session about our Kinesiology Accelerated Master's (BS-MS) program.

This accelerated degree plan allows you to combine a bachelor’s degree from Michigan Tech in exercise science, sports and fitness management, biological sciences or biomedical engineering with a coursework-based master’s degree in kinesiology (4 + 1 = 5 years total).

Together, the two degrees help students strengthen their admission applications to professional graduate programs (e.g., medical school, physical therapy school) and gain a competitive edge for careers in industry (e.g., cardiac rehabilitation, strength and conditioning).

Current undergraduate students (2nd, 3rd, and 4th year) who are interested are strongly encouraged to attend one of the upcoming informational sessions.

Kinesiology Accelerated Master's (BS-MS) Program Information Sessions:

  • Thursday, February 18, 3 - 3:30 p.m. Zoom ID: 998 1757 1160 Passcode: kip2021
  • Friday, February 26, 2:30 - 3 p.m. Zoom ID: 998 1757 1160 Passcode: kip2021 (Stay for the KIP Department Seminar at 3 p.m.)

Huskies Sweep Ferris State to Capture Winter Carnival

Michigan Tech won the MacInnes Trophy as Winter Carnival Champions after defeating Ferris State 5-1 Saturday (Feb. 13) at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The Huskies won their sixth game in a row and fourth over the Bulldogs this season to improve to 14-5-1.

"We played a pretty good hockey game," Tech coach Joe Shawhan said. "It didn't feel like it was a 5-1 game. It's hard enough to beat a team twice in a row let alone three in a row and four times in a season. It's great to get the trophy back and it's good to see our juniors get the trophy for the first time in their careers. They've been a huge part of our program since they got here."

Alec Broetzman was named Winter Carnival MVP after scoring two goals and adding an assist on the weekend.

"It's pretty cool to be MVP, but it's better to win the trophy as a team," Broetzman said. "It's the first time we've won it since I've been here."

The Huskies outscored the Bulldogs 8-1 on the weekend for the total goal trophy. The one goal ties the Winter Carnival record for the fewest goals allowed. On Friday, Tech shut out FSU 2-0.

Tech continues a seven-game home stand by hosting Lake Superior State tomorrow (Feb. 16) for game 1 of a two-game WCHA series. They will also meet on Tuesday, February 23.

"Lake State is a good hockey team," added Shawhan. "They're big and strong on defense. We only scored one goal in our first series against them. It'll be a big test for us."

The puck will drop at 2:07 p.m. tomorrow afternoon.

Women's Basketball Wins 10th Straight

The No. 23 Michigan Tech women's basketball team efficiently shot their way to a tenth straight victory Saturday with a home win over Davenport 83-61 at SDC Gymnasium in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference women's basketball. The Huskies beat Davenport 80-58 Friday to open the two-game series.

 Ellie Mackay led the offense with 20 points and Jordan Ludescher was excellent in the lane with 17 points. The Huskies defense stood tall again for a weekend sweep against the Panthers.

"I'm really proud of our team, especially because we had a little bit of a slower start and then we responded," said head coach Sam Hoyt. "It is not easy to win in this league. Everyone had to come in and do their job and every single player did that tonight. When we get stops and play really good defense, it tends to ignite our offense. That's what happened today in the third quarter. 

Saturday marked the first time since the 2014-15 season the Huskies notched 10 straight victories and the first during Sam Hoyt's tenure as head coach. No. 23 Michigan Tech (12-1) travels to Marquette to play Northern Michigan at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow (Feb. 16).

With five games to play in the regular season, the Huskies hold sole possession of first place in the GLIAC North Division.

Men's Basketball Drops Pair at Davenport

Strong shooting by Davenport doomed Michigan Tech for the second straight day as the Huskies fell 77-70 in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball Saturday at Davenport Student Center. Trent Bell had 15 points, nine rebounds, and Owen White led MTU with 20 points but the push to tie the game in the second half came too late for the Huskies, who fell to 8-5 in the road sweep. On Friday, Davenport posted a 73-58 home win.

On Saturday, Davenport shot 59.6-percent and made 10 of 20 tries from beyond the arc. Despite the pair of defeats, Tech had a pair of noticeable positive takeaways. Carter Johnston entered the weekend fourth in the conference in assists. He posted nine assists Friday and 10 assists Saturday. Houghton freshman Brad Simonsen also made an impression with seven 3-point makes between the two games for 21 points.

"Davenport was a very good team this weekend," said head coach Kevin Luke. "We competed better today but our shooting woes continued. Brad (Simonsen) had a nice weekend and I am looking forward to seeing how he continues to develop. I'm excited to play Northern Michigan on Tuesday. 

The Huskies (8-5) returns to action at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (Feb. 16) when they host Northern Michigan.

Job Posting

Job Posting for Monday, Feb 15, 2021

Staff and faculty job descriptions are available in Human Resources. For more information regarding staff positions, call 487-2280 or email  

For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Assistant, Associate, or Senior Research Engineer or Scientist, College of Computing - Institute of Computing and Cybersystems.  Apply online.

Michigan Technological University is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer that provides equal opportunity for all, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Accommodations are available. If you require any auxiliary aids, services, or other accommodations to apply for employment, or for an interview, at Michigan Technological University, please notify the Human Resources office at 906-487-2280 or

New Funding

Terry Sharik (CFRES) is the principal investigator on a project that has received a $15,000 research and development contract from the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Forestry.

The project is entitled, "Regional Assessment Report on Forest Education for the North American Region (Canada and the United States)."


Fill Out the COVID-19 Symptom Tracking Form Before Coming to Campus

If you are working on campus while the University is at Health Safety Level Three, remember that no one is permitted to come to campus with symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

Employees are required to monitor their symptoms daily before coming to campus. The Daily Symptom Tracking Form is a short form that will help you determine if you have COVID-19 symptoms.


Annual Steam Shutdown

The annual steam shutdown will take place during the week following Spring Commencement, Sunday, May 2 through Friday, May 7 (weather permitting).

This outage is required to provide maintenance and service of the boilers and steam distribution system on campus. This planned maintenance improves the reliability of our system and reduces the likelihood of an unplanned failure during the winter heating season.

Note: There will not be heat or hot water in the affected buildings during the steam shutdown. There will be no distilled water available from the steam-driven stills. Steam-driven autoclaves/sterilizers will not be operational.

Annual Steam Shutdown (from noon Sunday May 2 to noon Friday May 7)

Buildings Affected:

  • Administration Building
  • ROTC Building
  • Academic Offices Building
  • Annex Building
  • Electrical Energy Resources
  • DOW
  • Envir Sciences & Eng Bldg
  • Rozsa Performing Arts & Educ
  • Walker - Arts & Humanities
  • Minerals & Materials Engr Bldg
  • Grover C. Dillman Hall
  • Fisher Hall
  • J.R. Van Pelt Library
  • U.J. Noblet Forestry Building
  • Chemical Sciences & Engr Building
  • R.L. Smith (MEEM) Building
  • Student Development Complex
  • Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall
  • Douglass Houghton Hall
  • Memorial Union Building
  • Wadsworth Hall
  • McNair Hall
  • Central Heating Plant
  • Facilities Management
  • Hillside Place
  • Great Lakes Research Center

You can find more details and updates on the Facilities Management website. If there are questions or concerns with this plan, contact Energy Management or Facilities Management at 7-2303.


TRIP Form is Online

The Tuition Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) form for the Summer 2021 Academic Semester is now available online. The Summer TRIP application and guidelines can be found on the Human Resources website.


Registration Open for the Graduate Research Colloquium

Registration for this year's virtual Graduate Research Colloquium (GRC) is open. Due to the continuation of the SARS-CoV-19 pandemic, the GRC will be held virtually on Thursday and Friday, April 1and 2.

The GRC is a great opportunity to work on your presentation skills and prepare for upcoming conferences. Students are free to give an oral presentation, a poster talk, or both. All talks will be scored by judges from the same field as the presenter.

Cash prizes are available for the top three places in both oral and poster presentations (1st - $300, 2nd - $200, and 3rd - $100). Registration closes Tuesday March 2, at 11:59 PM. Register today. For more information, see the original Tech Today story.


Conflict Resolution Network

Now, more than ever is time to promote and celebrate peaceful conflict resolution practices. There are a number of faculty and staff at the University who are trained as mediators and/or facilitators to assist individuals with resolving interpersonal conflicts. Faculty, staff and students can request conflict assistance through the Conflict Resolution Network.

The Conflict Resolution Network provides a variety of conflict resolution options including:

  • Conflict Coaching
  • Facilitated Dialogue
  • Mediation
  • Restorative Practices
  • Shuttle Diplomacy


Michigan Tech Will Celebrate World Water Day 2021 March 18-24

Michigan Tech will celebrate World Water Day 2021 with virtual events related to the United Nations theme, “Valuing Water.” Water is vital to life; learn about how our community values water from social, economic, cultural, and environmental perspectives.

World Water Day virtual events include:

  • March 18 - Brave Blue World facilitated discussion with Nancy Langston (SS/GLRC) & Dr. Casey Huckins (BIO/GLRC) as part of the Sustainability Film Series.
  • March 22 - Water-focused Husky Bites presentation and the Three Minute Thesis-style research competition open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors.
  • March 23 - Youth speaker Braedon Butterfield, member of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and an aspiring journalist.
  • -March 23 - Art Night for All with local art educator and artist Melissa Hronkin, with a reading of “We Are Water Protectors” by Carole Lindstrom.
  • March 24 - Panel discussion featuring Diane P. Dupont, professor of economics at Brock University; Patty Loew, Director of the Center for Native American and Indigenous Research at Northwestern University and a professor in the Medill School of Journalism; and Ali Mirchi, assistant professor of water resources engineering at Oklahoma State University and a Michigan Tech alum.
  • Community art show

Visit to learn more.


This Week in the Lode

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Check out our website to see past articles and more.

In the News

Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) was quoted in the article 'Your Neighbor's Solar Panels Are Secretly Saving You Money," in Popular Mechanics. The article was also picked up by many news sites including Yahoo.

Pearce was quoted in the article "Il parcheggio? Ricarica l'elettrica con l'energia solare" (Parking? Recharge your electricity with solar energy) in la Repubblica, Rome, Italy.


The Ice Chapel, constructed at St. Albert the Great University Parish for Winter Carnival, continues to receive coverage from media outlets across the country including ChurchPOP. The Ice Mass was covered by AveMaria Radio.


Michigan Tech alumnus Josh Shields received this year’s Conservation Pioneer of the Year award from the Conservation District Employees of Michigan (CDEM). The story was covered by the Manistee News-Advocate.

Today's Campus Events

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Black History Month Exhibit

This event is to showcase the excellence of black accomplishments throughout history. This will be an art exhibit in the east reading room in the library.


DENALI: Artists Respond to Music Inspired by Wilderness

Friday, Jan. 22 - Saturday, April 17. Art and music inspired by Alaska's wild places. This gallery exhibit features new musical compositions and works created in response to...


Mindful Living Workshop

Open your mind. Manage stress. Get better sleep. Decrease self-judgement. This is an all-levels mindfulness class; perfect for beginners and people with mindfulness practice....


Next Generation Sensor Network for Great Lakes Scientists and Managers

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Ed Verhamme, Great Lakes Engineer, LimnoTech Biography Ed Verhamme graduated from Michigan Tech in 2003 with a bachelor’s and in...


Resume and Interview Blitz

Get your resume reviewed by corporate recruiters during a Blitz on Career Fair Plus!


I-Corps NSF Workshop Series

Are you interested in taking your innovative idea, technology, or processes commercial? Husky Innovate is hosting the Spring 2021 I-Corps NSF workshop series designed to...


Youth Indoor Rock Climbing Spring Session 2

Is your child literally climbing the walls this winter? Sign up now for the OAP Youth Indoor Rock Climbing Class and let them climb our wall! We try to meet each participant...


Building Mackinac Bridge

ASCE Special Seminar Paul Giroux, Dist.M.ASCE, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. Abstract Summary: In the aftermath of the 1940 Tacoma Narrows bridge collapse the safety of...


UP and Moving - Strength Workout

Michigan Tech students in the Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology are offering an "UP and Moving" initiative for campus and community members. UP and Moving...


Sniffing Volcanoes from Space

Husky Bites presents Special Guest Simon Carn Professor, Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences Michigan Technological University Co-host Bill Rose, Research...


Adult Huskies Group Tennis Lessons Spring Session 1

Adult Huskies Tennis Lessons are now being offered for ages 17 and up who are looking to learn more about the game of tennis! Each class will include technique and games to...


Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology Undergraduate Overview

Learn why our majors in Exercise Science and Sports and Fitness Management are among the best in the state at preparing students for pre-professional graduate programs such as...


DENALI: Music and Art Inspired by Wilderness

What do you get when you set nine composers loose in Denali National Park? You get nine great pieces of music! Give this music to artists as inspiration and you get eighteen...