All in the Husky Family

A young woman holds up her ski poles on a Utah Mountain; she's a third generation Michigan Tech Husky and new MTU soccer team member.

For the Brockington family, earning a degree at Michigan Tech is a family tradition.

When Havanah Brockington of West De Pere, Wisconsin, joins Tech’s incoming class in fall 2023, she’ll represent the third generation of her family to decide that MTU is the best fit for them.

Meet the Brockingtons at Stories from Husky Nation.

David Lawrence: One Man, Several Missions

Forty: That is the number of times that David Lawrence, Michigan Tech's vice president for Global Campus and continuing education, has traveled since assuming this role in August 2021. Whether it’s by car or by plane, or both, Lawrence will make the trip to advance the goals of both the University and its Global Campus. He is always on the road to seek opportunities, build connections and initiate partnerships. And he rarely, if ever, skips a beat. As his team can attest, he regularly takes meetings in his car or tucked away in some cubicle in an airport.

Lawrence hasn’t had much time to sit still since joining Michigan Tech. Based remotely in Grand Rapids, Michigan, he has traveled to Detroit, Auburn Hills, Lansing, Traverse City and Kalamazoo. Furthermore, he has visited the Michigan Tech campus at least 20 times.

Not surprisingly, his work ethic and traveling schedule come with some remarkably early hours. He’s usually up before the birds, in fact. You can find him in his seat by 4:30 a.m., planning his day, setting up appointments and getting work done.

What’s more: He maintains this schedule while being a proud father of five children and a devoted husband of 30 years.

He has always had this drive, too, especially when it comes to online learning. That is, he has long been dedicated to providing students with opportunities to accomplish their educational and professional goals. Early on, he understood how the flexibility of online education could allow students to learn while balancing their families and lives. So it is natural that he is leading the charge on making education attainable, affordable and accessible for nontraditional students.

“I am deeply committed to the success of our students,” says Lawrence. “That is, as vice president for Global Campus and continuing education, I want to ensure that students have the programs and support systems they need to embark on and succeed in their unique educational journeys.

”I am thrilled to continue collaborating with faculty members and researchers to develop new ideas and initiatives. Overall, it is an honor to enhance the University’s reputation and prestige while achieving our fundamental goals for students, faculty and staff, and the institution as a whole.”

Passionate, ambitious, forward-thinking and productive: these adjectives describe Lawrence to a tee.

Catch up with Lawrence and find out about his past year at the helm of Global Campus and his upcoming plans for 2023 in a Q&A on the Michigan Tech Global Campus News blog.

New Required Safe and Inclusive Off-Campus/Fieldwork Research Project Planning

Researchers submitting sponsored proposals for research projects with off-campus, off-site or "fieldwork" research components must now complete a safe and inclusive research plan. Their plan must be designed to ensure that the off-campus research activities will be conducted in a manner that is safe and inclusive of every team member. The Safe and Inclusive Off-Campus Research Planning webpage includes the required plan template and links to a variety of resources to assist in developing plans appropriate to the proposed research.

At this time, researchers must attest that they have completed the plan before being able to submit their proposal. They must retain a copy of their plan — federal sponsors may require that they submit it to the sponsor at the time of award. If the proposal is awarded, they must share the plan with every team member, including undergraduate students, and follow through on their plan to train all team members to ensure they are all ready to work together in off-campus settings in a safe and inclusive manner. While federal sponsors are not currently requiring submission of the plan with proposals, researchers submitting to National Science Foundation (NSF) Geoscience and Biological Science Directorates should note that some of these directorates’ 2023 RFPs will require submission of these plans. They should review RFPs carefully to see if specific funding opportunities require this.

Questions about meeting this requirement can be directed to Director of Biological Laboratory Operations David Dixon at or 906-487-2131.

GLRC/ICC Rapid Seedling Research Funding

Editor's Note: The application deadline has been updated. It was listed as April 1.  

Applications for the Great Lakes Research Center/Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (GLRC/ICC) 2023 Summer Semester Rapid Research Seedling Funding Opportunity are due March 1.

The intent of this funding is to provide faculty and research staff funds for idea development and data collection that will quickly enable large externally sponsored funding requests.

Proposals will be accepted from Michigan Tech tenured, tenure-track and research faculty, and research scientists and engineers. Any individual researcher is eligible to receive up to one award per calendar year as a principal investigator (PI).

Awards will be announced within one month of the funding cycle deadline. Projects should have a duration of one semester with request amounts not to exceed $10,000.

Awardees must be an affiliated member of the GLRC and/or ICC and are expected to assign a Center/Institute of the GLRC or ICC to any subsequent proposals and awards generated using the data developed/enabled with the rapid seedling funding.

The application form, additional information and instructions can be found in the Member Resources section of the GLRC Institute webpage and on the ICC website. Please send questions to

Zoom Course: All-Nighter Statue Building with Sculptora Borealis

Join us Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. via Zoom for a snow statue building course hosted by Sculptora Borealis, the reigning national snow statue building champions!

In this course, you will learn tips, tricks and best practices for making elaborate snow sculptures with limited time. You'll learn how to plan your cuts to improve the integrity of your structure. You'll learn what tools you can find in the area (or make yourself) so you can work smarter and not harder.

This event is free and everyone is welcome to participate. Join us to get ready for the All-Nighter!

Add the course to your Google Calendar.

Film Board Presenting 'The Bad Guys'

This week, the Film Board is presenting "The Bad Guys," which is rated PG.

Summary: To avoid prison, a gang of notorious animal criminals pretend to seek being rehabilitated, only for their leader to secretly find that he genuinely wants to change his ways.


  • Friday, Jan. 27 — 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, Jan. 28 — 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m.

Located on Michigan Tech's campus in Fisher 135.

Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1. We hope to see you at the movie this weekend and have a great day.

International Students Forums

Worried you are living in a social and political bubble and are not getting exposed to outside viewpoints, despite being surrounded by a wonderfully diverse campus? Come to the first ever International Students Forum at Michigan Tech to respectfully share your voice and listen to different perspectives at one of two forum options:

  • Monday, Jan. 30 — 5 p.m. in the Library East Reading Room
  • Thursday, Feb. 2 — 5 p.m. in the Library East Reading Room

The events will begin with a moderated discussion including participants from the African Student Organization, Indian Student Organization, Bangladeshi Student Association, Nepalese Student Association and Graduate Student Government, among others. Pizza and refreshments will be provided, as well as time for more casual conversations.

All undergraduate and graduate students of any nationality are invited to the first ever International Students Forum to respectfully share and hear the viewpoints of their diverse classmates about life, major issues and culture all over the world.

This event was planned in partnership between the Van Pelt and Opie Library and the Social Sciences International Relations class to increase opportunities for students of varying backgrounds to interact. Registration is not required, but you can help us make sure we have enough pizza by registering in advance:

2023 Bob Mark Business Model Pitch Competition Winners and Acknowledgements

Congratulations and thank you to Husky Innovate’s Bob Mark Business Model Pitch Competition contestants and winners! On Jan. 19, 11 students across disciplines pitched their business models emphasizing their product market fit and the market opportunity.

A highlight of Tech’s Innovation Week, this legacy event celebrates entrepreneurship and is a tribute to the late College of Business Professor of Practice Bob Mark.

Student pitches were judged by how well the solution addressed the customers’ needs, the path to revenue and the overall presentation. The social impact category examined the significance of the social problem and how well the solution addressed it. The breakout innovation award considered the solution’s novelty, ease of implementation and time to implementation.

Business Model Awards
Presented by the College of Business with thanks to sponsors Rick and Jo Berquist, and Dan and Jane Green for sponsoring the Audience Favorite award.

  • First Prize — Bayle Golden with SafeROW ($2,000)
  • Second Prize — Jordan Craven with Tall and Small Designs ($1,000)
  • Third Prize — Asia Motta with The Droplet ($500)
  • Honorable Mention — Rehab (Ruby) Alhajjar with The Water Solution ($250)
  • Audience Favorite — Jordan Craven with Tall and Small Designs ($250)

Social Impact Award
Sponsored and presented by Gates Professor Elham Asgari, College of Business.

  • Winner — Bayle Golden with SafeROW ($1,000)

Breakout Innovation Award
Presented by Patrick Visser, chief commercial officer, MTEC SmartZone.
Sponsored by MTEC SmartZone and Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

  • Winner — Jordan Craven with Tall and Small Designs ($1,000)

Husky Innovate extends special thanks to those who provided their time and resources to make the competition a success:

Our Sponsors:

  • Dean Johnson, dean, College of Business
  • Elham Asgari, Gates Professor, College of Business
  • Rick and Jo Berquist
  • Dan and Jane Green
  • MTEC SmartZone and the MEDC

Our Judges:

  • Jay Meldrum, executive director, Keweenaw Research Center; MTU liaison to the Grand Traverse Area
  • Eric Roberts, MTU alumnus; executive director, 20Fathoms
  • Elham Asgari, Gates Professor, College of Business
  • Dan Green, MTU alumnus and entrepreneur; principal, BlackFin Group
  • Adrienne Minerick, professor of chemical engineering; affiliated professor of biomedical engineering; president, American Society for Engineering Education
  • Patrick Visser, chief commercialization officer, MTEC SmartZone
  • Michael J. Cleveland, P.E. and MTU alumnus; mentor in residence at Michigan Tech
  • Lawrence W. Staley, MTU alumnus; director of engineering (retired 2019), Parker Hannifin Corporation

Our Host and Student Emcee:

  • Jim Baker, associate vice president for research administration; executive advisor, Husky Innovate, Office of Innovation and Commercialization
  • Rourke Sylvain, 2022 New Venture Challenge pitch winner

Our Marketing and Support Team:

  • Jessie Stapleton, marketing and communications specialist, Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education
  • Eugene Agyei, Ph.D. student, College of Sciences and Arts; Husky Innovate intern
  • April DePaulis, Pavlis Honors College administrator

Our Production Team:

  • Elijah Nation and the SLS team
  • Dining and Catering Services

Thanks to all who attended! We look forward to next year’s event! 

If you are interested in additional opportunities, check out our Husky Innovate Events page. Please feel free to reach out to for more information.

'Let's Talk About it: Facilitating Difficult Conversations' for Graduate Students

Are you a graduate student interested in developing skills that will assist you in facilitating difficult conversations? Please join us next Thursday (Feb. 2) from 2-4 p.m. in Admin 404 for Level 1 of a Facilitating Difficult Conversations workshop.

This in-person workshop is open to all graduate students. The workshop will provide foundational information and practice for handling uncomfortable work and/or peer situations in a respectful and professional manner. ​Level 2 of Facilitating Difficult Conversations will be held on a future date.

​The number of participants is limited to facilitate discussion, so please complete the registration form to save your spot. You will receive an email reminder before the event which will confirm the location.

For more information, contact the Graduate School at

Rescheduled: 'Submission and Formatting 101' Seminar

The Graduate School has rescheduled the seminar "Submission and Formatting 101: Master the Dissertation, Thesis and Report Process" for Feb. 8 from 2-4 p.m. 

The seminar was originally scheduled yesterday (Jan. 25).

If you are unable to join us on Feb. 8, the event will be taped and available online after the event. The previous semester’s seminars are always available online.

Information on submitting, formatting and more can also be found online for dissertations and theses or reports.

Employee Financial Health Webinars by TIAA

Michigan Tech employees are invited to join the Benefits Office for these free, online, live financial health webinars offered through Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) this February:

  • Make the Move Toward Long-Term Financial Security: Your Midcareer Retirement Check-In — Feb. 15, noon
    For anyone halfway down the road to retirement, this webinar is a critical checkpoint. It takes you through the keys to successful money management, how to juggle competing financial demands, and retirement saving strategies that can help put you on the path to lifelong financial security.
    Register now.

  • Hindsight 2020: A Look Back at Lessons Learned in 2020 — Feb. 15, 3 p.m.
    This presentation will look back at the historical example of 2020 and what we learned in terms of the value of advice, following a disciplined risk management strategy and the role lifetime income can play in a sound financial plan.
    Register now.

These webinars count toward Option 2 in your Husky Health Checklist. Follow Michigan Tech Wellness on Facebook for upcoming health and wellness initiatives supported by the Benefits Office, which may count toward your 2023 Husky Health Checklist.

All webinars are recorded and available for viewing 90 days after the live event. Visit to register or watch past presentations on demand.

Spanish-Speaking Webinars
Starting in 2022, TIAA is offering financial education webinars in Spanish. The webinars can be accessed at

Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion

Join us for an online panel discussion celebrating entrepreneurship with four entrepreneurial leaders who have had successful careers forging their own path forward.

Successful entrepreneurs and philanthropic leaders Rebecca Ufkes, Phil Ufkes, Thu Brule and David Brule will share their experiences, knowledge and insights about how to lead through entrepreneurship at 4 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 1). The discussion will be held via Zoom.

Our panelists have had success starting multiple businesses, heading up major corporations, supporting students and leading community improvement. From White House recognition to multiple successful exits for hundreds of millions of dollars, these panelists have a range of experiences and expertise. They have led ventures housed right here in the Upper Peninsula and across the nation in fields including technology, manufacturing and the beauty industry.

The panelists will share their views and experiences on topics including:

  • What does an aspiring entrepreneur need to be a success?
  • What is the career path of an entrepreneur?
  • What are the skill sets and mindsets of an entrepreneur?
  • How does where you reside affect your opportunities?

Register to join the online panel discussion.

This Week in Michigan Tech Esports

Thursday (Jan. 26)
• Apex: Legends 7 p.m Phase One Spring Series Round 4

Saturday (Jan. 28)
• League of Legends vs. Michigan 4 p.m. Collegiate League of Legends

Sunday (Jan. 29)
• Valorant vs. Northwestern Purple 4 p.m. Collegiate Valorant League

Times are subject to change. Check Twitter @MTUEsports for updates.


Esports News
Read more in the MTU Esports weekly update.

Women's Basketball Receives Votes in DII National Rankings Poll

Michigan Tech women's basketball received votes in this week's Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) NCAA Division II National Top 25 poll, and will play their next matches on the road.

The Huskies continue conference play at 5:30 p.m. tonight (Jan. 26) at Ferris State, with another road game scheduled at 1 p.m. Saturday (Jan. 28) at Lake Superior State. Both games will be on Mix 93.5 WKMJ-FM in the Houghton area and online at

Tech is currently on a six-game win streak. The Huskies have two wins over Top 25 ranked opponents this season and are 7-3 on the road. 

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Men's Basketball Playing on the Road

Michigan Tech men's basketball is hoping to break out of a road slump this weekend.

The Huskies are looking for a season sweep when they play Ferris State tonight (Jan. 26) at 7:30 p.m. The team then heads north to Sault Ste. Marie to face Lake Superior State on Saturday (Jan. 28) at 3 p.m.

Both games can be heard on Mix 93.5 WKMJ-FM and online at

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Hockey Meeting Wildcats in Second CCHA Series

No. 13 Michigan Tech hockey will play Northern Michigan in a home-and-away series this weekend.

The Huskies are hosting game one tomorrow (Jan. 27) at 7:07 p.m. at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The two teams will wrap up the weekend and season series at 6:07 p.m. Saturday (Jan. 28) at the Berry Events Center.

Fans can listen live on the radio at Mix 93.5 WKMJ-FM or online at or Friday's game will be televised across the Upper Peninsula on FOX-UP, and Saturday's coverage will be on WLUC TV6.

All Michigan Tech home and CCHA games during the 2022-23 season will also be livestreamed on

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Soccer Announces 2022-23 Team Awards

Michigan Tech soccer head coach Turk Ozturk has announced nine team awards for the 2022-23 fall season:

  • Most Valuable Player: Molly Bolang
  • Offensive Most Valuable Player: Stephanie Yeager
  • Defensive Most Valuable Player: Alicia Shatrau
  • Goalkeeper of the Year: Gracie VanLangevelde
  • Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award: Keighley Blindauer
  • Scholastic Achievement Award: Haley Ruiter and Gabby Sgambati
  • Most Improved Player: Mikayla Marshalek
  • Newcomer of the Year: Jordan Noble

Read about the award winners at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

In the News

Adam Meckler (VPA) was mentioned by the Indiana Statesman in a story about Indiana State University School of Music’s annual Jazz Festival. Meckler is the featured composer, educator and trumpeter of the event.


The Night Sky Network mentioned Robert Nemiroff (Physics) in a blog post about its Jan. 24 “Astronomy Picture of the Day: Postcards from the Universe 2022” webinar. Nemiroff led the webinar, which can be viewed on YouTube.


Lei Pan (ChE) was quoted by Mining Magazine in a story about Michigan Tech’s $2.5 million U.S. Department of Energy ARPA-E MINER award for carbon storage and extraction of critical minerals from mine tailings. Pan is the project’s principal investigator. 

The story was picked up from Michigan Tech News.


Michigan Tech’s Rail Transportation Program was mentioned by Progressive Railroading in a story about the Federal Railroad Administration-sponsored Tracks to the Future rail transportation and engineering summer youth program. The weeklong summer sessions, which began at Michigan Tech, have expanded to five other universities across the U.S.


U.S. News & World Report ranked Michigan Tech’s online master’s in engineering program at No. 44 in the nation for 2023.


Duluth’s Fox 21 News covered the arrival of Michigan Tech researchers on Isle Royale to begin the 2023 winter ecological study of wolves and moose on the island.


The Iron Mountain Daily News mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about an eight-hour annual Mine Safety and Health Administration refresher training course at Bay College in February. The course is being presented in partnership with MTU.


Mark Daavettila ’09 (civil engineering) was quoted by the Mining Journal in a story covering his appointment as department of public works director and city engineer in Negaunee, Michigan.


Railway Age covered the retirement of Peter Ray (civil engineering) as vice president, engineering, of Indiana Rail Road.


The Daily Mining Gazette picked up Michigan Tech Athletics press releases about hockey’s Blake Pietila being named CCHA Goaltender of the Week; Nordic skier Adam Witkowski participating in the World Cup in Livigno, Italy; and the 2022-23 soccer team awards.


Only In Your State and Detroit’s 104.3 WOMC-FM previewed Michigan Tech’s 101st Winter Carnival.


Use Your Staff Service Award Days

Benefits Services is reminding you to use your staff service awards days so you don't lose them. The deadline to use them is the end of the current fiscal year, June 30.

To see your current available balance, log into Banweb. Under the Employees tab, click Leave Balances. Your hours will be listed as "Service Award Recognition." They can be entered as Payroll Earn Code 430 or listed as "Service Award Day" on your timesheet.


Physics Colloquium: Grad Student Presentations

Physics graduate students will be presenting their research progress at this week's Physics Colloquium:

  • Rhiannon Turner (advised by Petra Huentemeyer)
  • Lucas Simonson (advised by Ramy El-Ganainy )

This will be an in-person event — the students will give their talks at 4 p.m. today (Jan. 26) in Fisher 139.

Event details, including the students' presentation titles and abstracts, are available on the University Events Calendar.


This Week's C3 Luncheon

Menu for Thursday (Jan. 26):

  • Chicken Paprikash
  • Curried Chickpeas (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)
  • Zucchini and Tomatoes (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)
  • Lemon Ginger Basmati Rice (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)
  • Grilled Naan (Vegetarian)
  • Tangy Cucumber Salad (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)

Dining Services presents this week's C3 Luncheon, being held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union Alumni Lounge (MUB 107). All faculty and staff, along with their guests, are invited.

The C3 lunch buffet menus are created and prepared by executive chef Michael Landini and his culinary team. As the name suggests, the meals are meant to foster conversation, community and collegiality. Attendees may bring their lunch instead of purchasing the buffet. Fruit-infused water, coffee, tea, cookies and fruit are available free to all attendees.

The buffet lunch is $12 per person. Cash, credit cards and gift cards are accepted. Gift cards can be purchased in the Memorial Union office (MUB 101). You can submit C3 feedback using our Google form. To join the C3 Google group and receive weekly menus, email


Seminar: How to Work with Norwegians – As Instructed by a Norwegian and Lived by an American

Professor Paul Sanders (MSE) spent six months on sabbatical at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondhem, Norway, in summer and fall 2022. He will share his social experiences in a nontechnical seminar entitled "An exploration of Norwegian work and social interactions to increase our understanding of another culture while also helping us to better understand ourselves and our preferences."

The seminar will be held at 1 p.m. today (Jan. 26) in M&M 610.


BioSci Seminar with Muhammad Rizwan

Muhammad Rizwan will present as part of the Department of Biological Sciences (BioSci) Seminar Series from 3-4 p.m. today (Jan. 26). The seminar will be held in the Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC) Room 202.

Rizwan is an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Tech. He will present "Engineered hydrogels to control cell functions 2D and 3D cell culture."

From the abstract:
One of the long-standing goals of biomaterial design in tissue engineering is to control cell-matrix interactions and cellular functions, which ultimately lead to organized tissue formation. A major challenge in the biomaterial design is to recapitulate the biochemical and biomechanical cues present in the extracellular matrix (ECM), which drive tissue morphogenesis. This talk presents the development of biopolymer-based hydrogel, which emulate ECM features, to improve tissue engineering and organoids growth. The first application describes the development of engineered gelatin hydrogel surface with micro-nano patterns, which stimulated the proliferation and tight-junction formation of corneal endothelial monolayer, leading to a transplantable tissue formation. The second application describes the development of hyaluronan hydrogel, modified with Jagged1 ligands, to provide key biochemical and biomechanical signaling for the differentiation of liver bile duct cells and their morphogenesis into bile duct organoids in 3D cell culture. Finally, the application of light to spatially control the properties of hydrogels during cell culture is also highlighted. Collectively, our research underscores the importance of recapitulating ECM features and developmental signaling in engineered hydrogels to improve cell-matrix interactions and tissue engineering.


ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker: Kevin Howard

The next Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) Graduate Seminar Speaker will present at 4 p.m. today (Jan. 26) in EERC 103.

Kevin Howard will present “Aerodynamics engineering: Design Process and the tools of the trade + Industry Hiring Tips.”

Howard currently works as the aerodynamics technical expert and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) supervisor for aero and aero-acoustics at Ford Motor Company, where he leads the development of computational and experimental tools to push the boundaries of aerodynamics and help to create the most aerodynamically efficient vehicle designs possible.


Info Session: Study Abroad in England

An info session regarding the following Study Abroad opportunity in England will be held today (Jan. 26) in the Academic Office Building Second Floor Commons (AOB 209) from 4-5 p.m.

Looking for a great study abroad opportunity? Look no further than the faculty-led summer 2023 Track B Crossing Borders: Study Abroad program in Cumbria, U.K. This four-week program takes in the history and archaeology of northwestern England and Southern Scotland, and includes six credits of (HASS) coursework. Please stop by today and learn more!

Questions? See the program website or email Dan Trepal at

Today's Campus Events

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CEGE Alumni Speaker Series - Leon Sniegowski

Leon Sniegowski, Senior Consultant, Ricondo and Associates O’Hare Modernization Program: A Retrospective Look at Keeping the Busiest Airport Operating Abstract: The demand...


Campus Childcare and Family Support

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about how inadequate child care support impacts ALL of us and is an essential need for creating a more equitable community Join us for a...


Faculty, Staff, Graduate Student Portrait Session (by appointment)

Faculty, staff, and graduate students can have their complimentary professional portrait taken by University Marketing and Communications. An appointment is required and can...


How to Work with Norwegians – As Instructed by a Norwegian and Lived by an American

Paul Sanders Patrick Horvath Endowed Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) Key Professor Association for Iron & Steel Technology...


Biological Science Seminar Series - Dr. Muhammad Rizwan

Dr. Muhammad Rizwan Assistant Professor Biomedical Engineering Michigan Technological University Engineered hydrogels to control cell functions Abstract: One of the...


Aerodynamics Engineering: Design Process and the Tools of the Trade + Industry Hiring Tips

ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker Series proudly presents Kevin Howard, PhD Aerodynamics Technical Expert Ford Motor Company Abstract This presentation will cover the...


Physics Colloquium - Graduate Student Presentations (Turner / Simonson)

Please join physics graduate students, Rhiannon Turner and Lucas Simonson, for their in-person presentations Thursday, January 19th at 4 PM - Fisher Hall 139. ...


Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Spring 2023 Session 1

Adult Huskies Swim Lessons provides aquatic education for the beginner to the intermediate swimmer who is looking to become more comfortable in the water and learn the...


Thursday After School Learn to Ski and Snowboard Program

Thursdays Ages 8+ Children of all ability levels have an opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard, make new friends, and explore Mont Ripley together. The focus is on safety,...


Outdoor Venture Crew Weekly Meeting

We'll be voting on our weekly trip and discussing other relevant information. While our meetings run until 7:00 PM, they don't usually last longer than 20 or 30 minutes. Feel...


(Women's Basketball) Michigan Tech at Ferris State

Women's Basketball: Michigan Tech at Ferris State, Jim Wink Arena - Big Rapids, Mich.


Art Creation Day for Black History Month

Create art in celebration of Black History Month and in support of African American Students in the community.


Husky LEAD - Student Ord Budgeting

Budgeting for student organizations can be difficult. Explore sources of funding for you group, develop a working budget to track funds, and understand financial rules for...


(Men's Basketball) Michigan Tech at Ferris State

Men's Basketball: Michigan Tech at Ferris State, Jim Wink Arena - Big Rapids, Mich.


Club Roll

Come join the Log Rolling Club in the SDC Pool. No experience needed, we would be more than happy to help you learn and have a great time! Everyone that participates in...


Adult and Youth Huskies Tennis and Pickleball Lessons (Session 1)

Youth Huskies Tennis Lessons: After school and weekend Youth Huskies Group Tennis Lessons are available this spring! Join in by age group and level for some fun on the tennis...