Husky Health Improvement Survey

The University Senate Fringe Benefits Committee is polling all benefits-eligible MTU employees to determine their preferences to identify ways the Husky Health program may be changed. This information will be summarized and shared with the University Senate and the Benefits Office.

The Husky Health Improvement Survey will remain open through March 1. Questions about the survey can be directed to Fringe Benefits Committee co-chairs Patty Cobin at or Radwin Askari at


Important Deadline Notice: 2022 Flexible Spending Account Claims

The deadline for employees to submit claims for their 2022 Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is March 31. Health care and dependent care claims during the 2022 calendar year are eligible if the date of service was in 2022. Any money remaining in the account after this date is forfeited per IRS regulations.

Dependent care claims require an invoice or receipt from the provider. All medical, dental and optical claims should be processed through your insurance plans before submitting them to your health care reimbursement account.

Attach the Explanation of Benefits (EOB) or a claim summary from your insurance plan to the claim form when submitting a claim. For expenses not processed through insurance, submit the itemized receipt.

More information and the FSA claim form and can be found online on the Human Resources Flex Spending webpage.

For questions, contact Benefits Services at or call 7-2517.

Writing Center Offers Student, Classroom and Project Support

Send your students over to us at the Writing Center! All undergraduates are welcome to come by for a scheduled or walk-in face-to-face appointment with one of our peer coaches. Our coaches offer advice on brainstorming, revision, aligning ideas, research incorporation, citations and grammar, just to name a few topics. Please promote the Writing Center to your students and encourage them to visit.

We are located in Walker 107 and open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Your students can access the appointment system via the Michigan Tech Writing Center website.

If you would like a writing coach to visit your classroom to promote the center, or to schedule additional support during a class for a writing project or revision day, or have any other ideas of how we can support your classroom and projects, please contact Claire Helakoski at or M. Bartley Seigel at We are also happy to brainstorm with you over particular assignments or classroom support ideas to find ways to enhance your course and engage with your students on writing topics.

Thursday is Enterprise Day

Do you know a student who might be interested in learning more about Enterprise at Michigan Tech? Or a student who wants to join an Enterprise, but is not sure which team is right for them? Please take a moment to invite any and all students to Enterprise Day, happening this Thursday (Feb. 16) from 6-8 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom.

During this time, students will learn more about Enterprise by talking with program staff and students from various Enterprise teams, all in one place. Teams will be spread out across the MUB Ballroom.

Students will be able to visit with:

Advanced Metalworks • Aerospace • Alternative Energy • Blizzard Baja • Blue Marble Security • BoardSport Technologies • Built World • Clean Snowmobile Challenge • Consumer Product Manufacturing • Formula SAE • Green Campus • H-STEM • Hotforest • Humane Interface Design Enterprise • Husky Game • Innovative Global Solutions • ITOxygen • Multiplanetary Innovation Enterprise (MINE) • Open Source • Robotic Systems • Strategic Education through Naval Systems Experiences (SENSE) • Supermileage Systems • Velovations • Wireless Communication

For more information about each team, please visit our Enterprise Day webpage. Registration is not required for interested students who would like to attend. If students have any questions, please reach out to

Career Fair Mixer for CC, ECE Majors

A Career Fair mixer hosted by the College of Computing (CC) and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) will take place next Tuesday (Feb. 21) from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Rozsa Center Lobby.

At the mixer, students will have opportunities to talk with representatives of major employers seeking to hire computing and electrical and computing engineering graduates. Students in the computer science, applied computing, and electrical and computer engineering degree programs are encouraged to attend.

The event is sponsored by the CC and ECE, with the participation of the Departments of Applied Computing and Computer Science and the Michigan Tech Office of Career Services. Snacks and soft drinks will be served.

Read more on the Computing News Blog.

EV Scholars Info Meeting on Thursday

Students interested in pursuing a job or internship in the electric vehicle (EV) or mobility tech sector are invited to apply for the EV Scholars program. Learn more about this low-risk, high-reward scholarship opportunity at an informational session on Thursday (Feb. 16) from 10-10:30 a.m. via Zoom.

Michigan Tech juniors and seniors majoring in software engineering, computer science, cybersecurity, computer network and system administration, electrical engineering, computer engineering and related programs are encouraged to participate.

Join the Zoom meeting.

EV Scholars connects students interested in working in the EV and mobility tech sector with companies that need their talents. Through a series of seminars and events, students will build professional connections one-on-one with professionals in this sector — networking that may lead to internships, jobs and even careers.

Successful EV Scholars qualify for up to $10,000 in scholarship dollars upon acceptance of a qualifying internship or job in Michigan’s EV/mobility tech industry.

The Michigan Tech EV Scholars program is presented by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the College of Computing. EV Scholars is an initiative of the Talent Action Team, a public/private consortium convened by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).

Learn more on the EV Scholars website.

Volunteers Needed for Virtual Reality Research Experiment

Michigan Tech students, staff and faculty, as well as individuals from the Houghton community, are invited to participate in a perception experiment being conducted by faculty and students of the Department of Computer Science.

The experiments involve viewing and moving around in computer-generated “virtual reality” environments or “real” environments and making perceptual judgments.

To participate in this experiment you must be between the ages of 18 and 35, have normal or corrected-to-normal vision, no history of epilepsy or seizures, and the ability to walk without impairment. Participants will be compensated for their time. Participation is entirely voluntary, and participants may withdraw from the experiment at any time without penalty.

If you are interested, please contact or visit the Perception and Virtual Reality Studies webpage.

The experiment is being led by Department of Computer Science Ph.D. student Soheil Sepahyar.

Read more on the Computing News Blog.

University Senate Meeting on Wednesday

The University Senate will convene Meeting 683 at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (Feb. 15) in Dow 642.

Those within the University community unable to attend in person have the option to attend via Zoom. Please note: You will need to log in to your MTU Zoom account to join the virtual meeting.

Senators are responsible for making their constituents aware of the agenda for this meeting. Senators who are unable to attend should arrange for their alternates to attend in their place.

View the agenda to Meeting 683.

Board of Trustees Formal Session

The Board of Trustees will meet Feb. 24 from 9-11 a.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom B, and public attendance is welcome.

Members of the public are invited to make public comments to the Board in accordance with Board of Trustees Bylaw 1.14. Those who wish to address items in the agenda, and who have filed their intent with the secretary of the board as required by Bylaw 1.14, will be limited to five minutes. Those addressing general topics are limited to three minutes.

If you wish to provide public comments to the Board of Trustees, please submit your intent to Sarah Schulte, secretary to the Board of Trustees, at The deadline to submit your intent is Friday (Feb.17).

Reallocations Processing Issue Resolved

The issue posted Jan. 17 regarding the Reallocations process malfunctioning has been resolved by Ellucian. Human Resources and Payroll Services will be working to process the significant backlog of reallocations and appreciate your patience during this time.

This Week's C3 Luncheon

Menu for Thursday (Feb. 16):

  • Chicken Tandoori (Gluten Friendly)
  • Yellow Lentil Dal (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)
  • Zucchini Panchmael (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan)
  • Saffron Rice (Gluten-Friendly, Vegan) 
  • Garlic Naan (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

Aleksandr Sergeyev Receives Best Moderator Award from ASEE

Aleksandr Sergeyev (AC/ICC) has received the 2023 Best Moderator Award from the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).

Sergeyev organized and moderated three engineering technology division sessions at the 2022 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC):

  • Industry and Academia Collaboration in Robotics and Automation,
  • Mechatronics is a Future of Engineering Education, and
  • Academia and industry-Led Undergraduate and Graduate Students Projects in Mechatronics.

In addition, Michigan Tech faculty Paniz Hazaveh and Nathir Rawashdeh (AC) and Jung Yun Bae (ME-EM/AC) presented their research at CIEC.

MTU DECA Returns from State Career Development Conference

Members of the Michigan Tech Collegiate DECA student organization have returned from the State Career Development Conference in Kalamazoo, where they found themselves up against competition from Cleary University, Michigan State and Northwood University during business problem-solving challenges.

Placing individually:

  • Gavin Donahee (finance) — Second place, Travel & Tourism
  • Sammy Perrone (marketing) — Second place, Fashion Merchandising & Marketing
  • Isaac Pilgrim (finance) — Third place, Corporate Finance
  • Ethan Semenchuk (engineering management) — Finalist, Travel & Tourism
  • Jaylen Body (management and marketing) — Finalist, Hotel & Lodging
  • Wilson Yax (finance)

Earning high marks in the team elements:

  • Gavin Donahee and Ethan Semenchuk — First place, Sports & Entertainment Marketing
  • Sammy Perrone and Jaylen Body — Finalists, Event Planning

And, Donahee, Semenchuk, Perrone and Pilgrim qualified for the International Career Development Conference taking place in Orlando, Florida, later this year.

Hockey Splits Winter Carnival Series vs. Bowling Green

No. 12 Michigan Tech hockey earned a split in their CCHA series against Bowling Green at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The MacInnes Trophy went to the Falcons, who outscored MTU 7-6 in the Winter Carnival series.

The Huskies had their six-game unbeaten streak snapped Friday (Feb. 10), losing 5-2 to the Falcons.

"I thought we got beat by the better team tonight," Tech coach Joe Shawhan said. "We had a great crowd and they deserved a better competitive effort from our group. I give full credit to Bowling Green. Blake (Pietila) didn't have a chance on the goals they scored."

Tech regained their focus, winning 4-2 over Bowling Green on Saturday (Feb. 11) on Senior Night. The Falcons held a 1-0 lead before the Huskies scored three straight and then sealed the win with an empty-netter.

"We had a lot of nervous energy (Friday) night, and I think we were more settled in and focused tonight," Shawhan said. "We bounced back in a big way, and Kyle Kukkonen had a really big weekend for us.

"I'm really happy for the seniors. It's always bittersweet on Senior Night. They've won a lot of games for Michigan Tech hockey."

Seniors Tristan Ashbrook, Jake Crespi, Logan Ganie, David Jankowski, Chris Lipe, Ryan O'Connell, Blake Pietila, Logan Pietila, Parker Saretsky and Brett Thorne, were honored on the ice after the game. All 10 were in the lineup Saturday.

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Men's Basketball Brought Down by Davenport

Michigan Tech men's basketball fell 77-71 to Davenport in GLIAC play Saturday (Feb. 11) at DU Student Center.

The Huskies tied the game 51-51 with 11:34 to play in the second half, but Tech struggled to stop the Panthers in the post. MTU committed 14 turnovers in the loss.

Adam Hobson led Tech with 17 points and went 5-for-9 from the field. Marcus Tomashek (14 points), Eric Carl (12 points) and Dan Gherezgher (11 points) also contributed on offense.

"We had some of the same problems today that we've had all season on the road," said head coach Josh Buettner. "We didn't bring enough urgency from the start. Then turnovers were definitely part of the issue. I thought once we turned it over once or twice against the zone and they deflected those passes, we got hesitant. With (Davenport's) length and athleticism, when the ball isn't poppin' and we aren't hitting guys in rhythm to shoot, that's the result. It all stems from taking care of the ball for us. Hopefully, we can play well in these last three at home and earn a chance to make one more road trip."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Women's Basketball Pounces on Panthers

No. 24 Michigan Tech women's basketball defeated Davenport 63-48 Saturday (Feb. 11) at DU Student Center in GLIAC play. 

Ellie Mackay led the way with 18 points, Sara Dax and Isabella Lenz also made it to double-figures with 10 points apiece, and Alex Rondorf compiled a team-high 11 rebounds for MTU as the Huskies reached the 20-win plateau for the fifth time in the past seven seasons.

"Like Thursday (Feb. 9), we didn't shoot to our capability today from outside, but we did a good job getting points in the paint and overall I was happy with our effort," said head coach Sam Clayton. "It was nice to see Ellie have another strong game for us, especially late in the game."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

This Week in Michigan Tech Athletics

Tuesday (Feb. 14)
• Huskies Drive Time, 7:30-8 a.m. on Mix 93 WKMJ-FM

Thursday (Feb. 16)
• Women's Basketball vs. Purdue Northwest, 5:30 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ-FM
• Men's Basketball vs. Purdue Northwest, 7:30 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ-FM

Saturday (Feb. 18)
• Nordic Skiing at CCSA Championship (Minneapolis)
• Men's Tennis at Findlay, Noon
• Women's Basketball vs. Parkside, 1 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ-FM
• Men's Basketball vs. Parkside, 3 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ-FM

Sunday (Feb. 19)
• Nordic Skiing at CCSA Championship (Minneapolis)
• Men's Tennis at Hillsdale, Noon
• Women's Tennis at Hillsdale, 3 p.m.

New Funding

Lei Pan (ChE/IMP) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $2,467,817 research and development co-op joint agreement.

The project is titled "Energy Reduction and Improved Critical Mineral Recovery From Low-Grade Disseminated Sulphide Deposits and Mine Tailings."

Robert Handler (ChE/IMP) is a co-PI on this potential three-year project.

In Print

Iosif Pinelis (Math) is the author of a paper published in Mathematical Methods of Statistics.

The paper is titled "What Intraclass Covariance Structures Can Symmetric Bernoulli Random Variables Have?"

A preprint version of the paper can be viewed and/or downloaded online.

In the News

Michigan Tech’s 2023 Winter Carnival was mentioned by multiple news outlets across the country. Stories featuring photos of the winning snow statues ran in MLive and ClickOnDetroit — the Detroit story was picked up as far away as Texas —  and Michigan Tech News’ story was picked up by Keweenaw Now.

ABC 10 and the Daily Mining Gazette interviewed Michigan Tech undergraduate student statue-builders about the challenges brought by warm weather leading up to the Winter Carnival All-Nighter. WLUC TV6 and the Keweenaw Report covered the All-Nighter itself.

Then, the Daily Mining Gazette ran a story on the Winter Carnival Stage Revue on Thursday (Feb. 9), and WLUC TV6 ran a story on the multiple Carnival activities Friday (Feb. 10).


Nature World News mentioned Michigan Tech researchers in a story about a new study about moisture’s role as a regulator and sequestrant of carbon stocks.


The Scotsman referenced Michigan Tech’s Earthquake Magnitude Scale in a story about the death count surpassing 21,500 after the magnitude 7.8 and 7.7 earthquakes in Turkey on Feb. 6.


Michigan Tech’s mechatronics program was mentioned by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about the Copper Country Intermediate School District’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) recruitment week. A tour of the mechatronics program is available to CCISD high school students through CTE.


Keweenaw Now published a guest blog written by Ph.D. student Aritra Chakrabarty (environmental and energy policy) about the growing importance of Indigenous voices around the world in addressing climate change and biodiversity loss.

Chakrabarty was part of Michigan Tech’s delegation to the COP27 climate conference, held in November 2022 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. His research is focused on development policy around energy transitions in the Global South.


Catholic News World, Shalom World and WLUC TV6 covered St. Albert the Great Catholic University Parish’s Ice Masses of 2023.


Dow Chemical’s Seek Together blog published a Q&A with Michigan Tech alumna Kim Hilton ’91 (B.S. chemistry), a chemistry professor and science education influencer whose TikTok channel @chemicalkim has more than 1.4 million followers.


Attorney Intel included MTU alumnus Randy Vaas ’84 (B.S. electrical engineering), a patent attorney at Google, in its 2023 list of notable Michigan attorneys.


Michigan Tech was mentioned by the San Francisco 49ers, Yardbarker and Houston’s SportsTalk 790 KBME-AM in stories about former Husky wide receiver Bobby Slowik’s new role as the 49ers’ offensive coordinator.


Human Resources Office Closure

The Human Resources Office will be closed today (Feb. 14) from 1-5 p.m. for a departmental meeting. During this time, questions can be routed to Normal office hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. will resume tomorrow (Feb. 15). We apologize for any inconvenience.


Society of Medical Lab Scientists Valentine's Bake Sale

The Society of Medical Laboratory Scientists is hosting a Valentine's Day Bake Sale today (Feb. 14) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the first floor of Fisher Hall and the Van Pelt and Opie Library. There will be a wide variety of treats available!

All funds from the sale will be used to help support MLS students to attend the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Michigan Conference in Southfield, Michigan. Cash and Venmo payments will be accepted.


USG Exploring University-Wide New York Times Subscription

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at Michigan Tech has been hearing interest from members of the community in having a New York Times subscription for access to articles, news and more. Please consider filling out our interest survey to give USG your opinions on the matter. All are welcome to participate, as the subscription would be available to everyone in the MTU community if purchased!

All pertinent information about pricing, availability and more is included in the survey. Please contact Peyton Hall at with any questions!


Cafe Francais

Please join us today (Feb. 14) for an hour of laid-back Francophone setting with French natives and other Francophiles. All levels welcome. Walker 120A, from 5-6 p.m.

Note that we meet every second Tuesday: Feb. 28, March 14, March 28 and April 11.

Friends and family are welcome!


Spanish Conversation Hour

Join us today (Feb. 14) at La Peña! Come unwind and meet new people at the Spanish Conversation Hour, all while you refresh your Spanish! Everybody is welcome. We will meet from 5-6 p.m., at the Humanities Digital Media Zone (HDMZ), Walker 120A.

Other Peña dates of the semester: Feb. 28, March 14 and March 28.


PhD Proposal Defense: Laura Schaerer, BioSci

Ph.D. in Biological Sciences student Laura Schaerer will present their doctoral proposal defense at 9 a.m. today (Feb. 14). The presentation will take place in the Alumni Lounge in the MUB.

Schaerer's defense is titled "Enriched microbial consortia from natural environments provide novel method for upcycling plastic waste."

From the abstract:
Most polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic waste is landfilled or pollutes the environment. At the same time, global food production is inadequate to support the growing population. By using microorganisms in an industrial system designed to upcycle plastic into edible microbial protein powder, we may be able to solve both problems simultaneously. Many microorganisms can utilize plastics as feedstock, and the resultant microbial biomass contains fats, nutrients, and proteins like those found in human diets. While microbial degradation of PET is promising, biological PET depolymerization is too slow to resolve the global plastic crisis and projected food shortages. Research presented here demonstrates that by coupling chemical depolymerization and biological degradation of PET, and by using cooperative microbial communities, microbes can efficiently and flexibly degrade plastic waste into microbial biomass.


MTTI/MTRI To Host Informational Session on the US Dept. of Transportation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Funding Notice

For part 2 of the Michigan Tech Transportation Institute's (MTTI) information sessions, Colin Brooks (MTRI) will lead discussion on the current SBIR funding notice by the U.S. Department of Transportation tomorrow (Feb. 15) from 1-2 p.m.

The session will cover how the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI) has partnered with Michigan Tech faculty on successful SBIR/STTR proposals, review some of the interesting topics on this particular call and answer any questions for those interested in research that targets commercialization.

Also joining the session will be Nate Yenor, director of technology business incubation with Michigan Tech's Office of Innovation and Commercialization. Yenor will share his experiences with other SBIR proposals and answer questions about small business partnerships available beyond MTRI.

Attend via Zoom.


CTL Coffee Chat: Teaching and Learning in the Age of AI Tools

Chat GPT, the artificial intelligence (AI) powered chatbot, was released in late November 2022. Since then, it has dominated news coverage about AI tools and their impact on higher education. This large language model can generate human-like text responses to user prompts. It’s also adept at producing computer code, generating email messages, composing complex spreadsheet formulas, and much more.

Instructors are grappling with the impact Chat GPT and other AI tools are having in teaching and learning. They’re also exploring strategies to leverage these tools to support course objectives and potentially save time previously used on routine tasks for higher-order learning activities. Have you adjusted your teaching strategies to address the existence of AI tools in your classes?

Make plans to attend a Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) coffee chat at 3:45 p.m. on Thursday (Feb. 16) in the Library East Reading Room. We’ll provide an overview of some common AI tools, demonstrate how they work and review some AI-generated responses. You’ll also have time to discuss the implications of AI tools with other instructors from across campus. We hope to see you there.

Register to attend the CTL Coffee Chat: Teaching and Learning in the Age of AI Tools.


Share Your Food Stories! Enter the WUPFSC Spring 2023 Photo Contest

The Western U.P. Food Systems Collaborative (WUPFSC) invites you to join us in sharing our food stories! We are hosting a photo contest to celebrate our communities’ rich foodways. You are invited to submit one or more photos you love for their look, message or personal meaning to at least one of the following categories:

  • Living off the Land
  • Make It, Bake It, Preserve It
  • Food as Community
  • Growing Practices & Food Prep
  • Youth (Participants who are 17 or younger)

Photos accompanied by a title and short description can be submitted using our form. Participants are limited to five submissions per person. Submissions are due Feb. 27 at 11:59 p.m. EST and winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

We hope this contest inspires you to share stories about our community. Sharing your stories with the public is one way to generate knowledge about our community, and this knowledge has the power to inspire social change. Please invite others to contribute to or hear our stories.

Past and present contest submissions are accessible to the public on Flickr @WUPFoodPics (no account needed). Your photos and stories may also be published on the WUPFSC website, in the WUPFSC annual report or in other WUPFSC publications.

Please contact if you have any questions or concerns.

We look forward to hearing your stories!

Isabelle Cervantes and Maya Klanderman
Partners of the WUPFSC
Undergraduate Students in the Department of Social Sciences at Michigan Technological University

Michigan Tech is a partner of the Western U.P. Food Systems Collaborative, a grassroots coalition of food growers and procurers, public health and civic partners, scientists, educators, land and water stewards, students and all community members.

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Biological Science Seminar/PhD Defense - Laura Schaerer

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PhD Defense: Laura Schaerer

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Resume Review with Corporate Recruiters

Get feedback from industry professionals on your resume in preparation for Career Fair.


Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Spring 2023 Session 2

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Craft Night @ the CDI

Love to craft? So do we! Come join the CDI on February 14th from 5 to 7:30pm for a Craft Night. Feel free to use our supplies or bring your own!


La Peña: Spanish conversation hour

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Tuesday Adult Learn to Ski and Snowboard Program

Tuesday - Adults Mont Ripley has a reputation for being steep and difficult. We are here to change that. Snowmaking and perfect grooming, combined with a guided tour to fit...


Tuesday After School Learn to Ski and Snowboard Program

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SAE Aero Design Bi-Weekly Meetings

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

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