Take a Walk on the Wild Side Through the Lens of an Isle Royale Researcher

A red fox stares intently at the camera on Isle Royale National Park in the snow in an image captured by Michigan Tech researcher Sarah Hoy.

Fieldwork and photography go hand-in-hand for Isle Royale wolf-moose study co-leader Sarah Hoy (CFRES).

The wolves and moose of Isle Royale are the Lake Superior island chain’s best-known inhabitants. But the full cast of characters in the national park includes an array of other fascinating inhabitants who contribute to the rich complexity of one of the world’s most unique ecosystems.

Discover moments of iridescent beauty and comic relief in the everyday lives of the sentient beings who call the island home in Hoy’s photo essay on Michigan Tech Unscripted.

Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium Seeking Judges

The Pavlis Honors College is seeking faculty, staff and community members to serve as distinguished judges for the Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium.

Judging entails reviewing the posters and accompanying poster presentations of up to five undergraduate researchers during one or both sessions. The first session will run from 12:30-2 p.m. and the second from 2:30-4 p.m. on March 24 in the Rozsa Center Lobby. We will match faculty with a mixture of posters, some from their home department and others from departments across campus. If you would like to serve as a judge for the symposium, please submit our brief Judge Registration Form.

This year, in addition to the poster sessions from 12:30-4 p.m., the Symposium will also feature a panelist discussion from 11 a.m. to noon and a networking social event from 4-5 p.m. leading up to the announcement of the poster award winners. Our menu for the panelist discussion and the networking social will consist of French-roast coffee, glacè petit fours and Lac La Belle apple cider. The panelist discussion and networking social are optional for judges.

If you have any questions regarding the Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium, please contact Chris Hohnholt at cahohnho@mtu.edu.

HIDE Enterprise Recruitment Meeting on Wednesday

Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE) students will host a recruitment meeting on Wednesday (March 15) from 6-7 p.m. in Fisher 139.

All prospective members are invited to attend to learn more about HIDE, the group’s projects and how to join. Pizza and drinks will be served.

Learn more on the College of Computing Advising blog.

Free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance by Appointment, Starting Today

The Michigan Tech College of Business (COB) is pleased to again offer Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, a service offered at the University for more than 20 years.

Starting today (March 13) until April 12, accounting majors will provide free income tax preparation assistance for students and members of the community who could not otherwise afford the services of a CPA tax professional.

For details and to schedule your appointment, please visit the College of Business Newsblog.


Kedmon Hungwe Selected to Work with Rhodes University, South Africa

Professor Kedmon Hungwe (CLS) was recently awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to travel to South Africa in collaboration with Rhodes University and Clement Simuja on the project "Co-Developing and Designing a Digital Literacy Curriculum for Pre-Service Teachers in a Developing Country University."

The project will design and develop a digital literacy curriculum based on South Africa’s Department of Basic Education Digital Learning Framework and the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) global framework. The project has a 90-day duration and will be conducted this summer.

The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) provides funding and a structure for African-born academics at accredited higher education institutions in the United States and Canada to collaborate with colleagues at accredited higher education African institutions on capacity-building projects. The project activities will focus on curriculum co-development, research collaboration and graduate student teaching and mentoring. CADFP projects are proposed and driven by faculty at host institutions in Africa based on equitable, effective and mutually beneficial engagement. Now in its 10th year, the program is designed to strengthen capacity at the host institutions and develop long-term, mutually beneficial collaborations between universities in Africa and the United States and Canada. It is funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York and managed by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in collaboration the Association of African Universities (AAU).

See a full list of newly selected projects, hosts and scholars.

Abel Reyes Selected for SIIM 2023 Travel Award

Ph.D. student Abel Reyes (engineering and computational science and engineering) has been selected to receive the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2023 Helen and Paul Chang Foundation New Investigator Travel Award for a paper co-authored with Assistant Professor Sidike Paheding (AC).

The paper is titled “Explainability of Deep Learning Models for Melanoma Segmentation: A New Perspective from Compound Loss Functions.”

As a SIIM 2023 New Investigator Travel Award recipient, Reyes will receive up to $1,250 toward his attendance of SIIM23 in Austin, Texas, this June.

Learn more on the Computing News Blog.

Modern Language Spring Film Series: 'Synonyms'

This Thursday (March 16), we are screening the second film in this year's Modern Language Film Series, where we approach the theme of social justice. Thursday's film is "Synonyms," a French language film directed by Nadav Lapid and released in 2018 in France and Israel. Run time: 123 minutes.

A disaffected young Israeli flees Tel Aviv for Paris to start a new life. Desperate to erase his origins, Yoav sees becoming French as his only hope for salvation. “Synonyms” explores the challenges of putting down roots in a new place.

The film will begin at 7 p.m. in Fisher 135. Each film will be subtitled in English. The screenings are open to the public.

Next film is:

  • “Identifying Features”  — Spanish
    Screening: Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m. in Fisher 135

Spanish Conversation Hour

Join us tomorrow (March 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.

Last Peña of the semester: March 28.

This Week at the Rozsa

Stripes and Stripes Forever — Friday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Presented by Michigan Tech Music
Performed by the Huskies Pep Band

Of course, the biggest, loudest, most energetic Huskies Pep Band experience of the year is on St. Patrick's Day! Get ready: They may bravely learn even more than the three anthems they already know. Attend to find out! Learn more.

Get your tickets at 906-487-1906 or at the Rozsa Box Office from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students, bring your HuskyCard to use your student tickets or tap in for Student Rush.
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National Geographic Live: Adaptation with Environmental Anthropologist & Filmmaker Alizé Carrère — Monday, March 20, 7:30 p.m.
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Presented by the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Explore the remarkable ways people around the world are adapting to our changing planet with environmental anthropologist and filmmaker Alizé Carrère. From the floating gardens of Bangladesh to the ice pyramids of northern India, Carrère offers a hopeful look at the resilience, perseverance and innovation of humankind under even the most difficult of conditions. Learn more.

Get your tickets at 906-487-1906 or at the Rozsa Box Office from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students, bring your HuskyCard to use your student tickets or tap in for Student Rush.

ISA Presents 'Holi Hai'

The festival of colors is finally here, but unlike any other year, Holi will be celebrated in an entirely different fashion. This year, Holi is being observed Sunday (March 19) — get ready and excited to smash each other with a variety of colors and hues!

The Indian Students Association (ISA) at Michigan Tech invites you all to a colorful Holi celebration with dance, music, colors and food. Come and join our wagon of celebrations, which will be full of colors, fun and madness….

Event Details:

  • What: Colors | Open Floor DJ | Indian Food | Free T-Shirts
  • When: Sunday, March 19, noon to 4 p.m.
  • Where: SDC Multipurpose Room, Michigan Technological University
  • Tickets: Students $12, General Public $15. 

Delicious Indian food will be provided in meal boxes (scan the QR code on the poster to get the menu). Holi Special Thandai (beverage) will also be served.

Let's make this Holi memorable for all of us.

Tickets can be booked online. Submit your Holi Hai music using our DJ Songs Playlist Submission form.

Hope to see you all there!

Research Networking Opportunity for Faculty, Staff on Wednesday

One of the impacts of the pandemic has been a reduced number of networking opportunities for researchers and scholars across our campus community. To help to continue to address the practical need to connect with each other, the Office of the Provost and the Vice President for Research Office have planned several in-person, research networking events during the academic year. The final session for the year will be held Wednesday (March 15) from 3:30-4:30 in the Memorial Union Building, Ballroom A.

This session will feature two-minute “Tech Talks” from faculty who began their appointments at Michigan Tech during the last two years. The main focus is to provide an opportunity for the development of research networks; however, we are encouraging faculty and staff from a wide range of backgrounds to attend the sessions in order to build their networks of collaborators for the development of research and scholarly activities.

The room will open at 3 p.m. for informal networking. Presentations will begin promptly at 3:30 and conclude no later than 4:30, followed by additional time for informal networking. Please plan to attend whatever portion of the event your schedule allows in order to meet and help welcome new colleagues. Light refreshments will be served.

Any questions should be directed to the Research Development Team at rd-l@mtu.edu.

COB Graduate Programs Night

Join faculty and current students from the Michigan Tech College of Business (COB) on March 22 from 4-5 p.m. in the Academic Office Building, AOB 101, to explore more about graduate program options in business.

Featured programs will include the Master of Science in Accounting, the TechMBA, the Master of Engineering Management and the Master of Science in Applied Natural Resource Economics. A representative from the Graduate School will also be present.

Anthropologist James Suzman to Speak Tomorrow

The Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC), partnered with the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion (OVPDI) at Michigan Tech, the Portage Lake District Library and the Michigan Humanities Council, is presenting "Work in Transition," a virtual speaker series in March 2023. James Suzman, anthropologist, will speak tomorrow (March 14) at 7 p.m. via Zoom webinar.

Suzman, who holds a Ph.D. in political anthropology, specializes in the Khoisan peoples of southern Africa. A recipient of the Smuts Commonwealth Fellowship in African Studies at Cambridge University, he is now the director of Anthropos Ltd., a think tank that applies anthropological methods to solving contemporary social and economic problems. He has written two books, “Affluence Without Abundance,” on the bushmen of southern Africa, and “Work,” a history of humankind through the prism of work. He lives in Cambridge, England.

Suzman's presentation, "The Changing World of Work: Lessons from Our Deep Past," will focus on the history of work, how it has changed and how we might think of influencing its future.

Jennifer Rachels, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Social Sciences, will host a discussion and Q&A following Suzman's presentation.

Register for the Zoom webinar.

For more information on the “Work in Transition” lecture series, please visit the series webpage.

Physics Colloquium with Henrike Fleischhack

Henrike Fleischhack from NASA/Catholic University of America will be presenting at the next Physics Colloquium.

The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. Thursday (March 16) in Fisher 139.

Fleischhack's presentation is titled "Pevatrons and Beyond — Where are our Universe's Most Powerful Particle Accelerators?"

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Technical Lecture with CS Faculty Candidate Stella Otoo

Department of Computer Science (CS) faculty candidate Stella Otoo, New Mexico State University, will present a classroom lecture next Tuesday (March 21) at 1 p.m. virtually via Zoom.

The title of the talk is “Implementation Strategies for STEM Learning using a Computer-Based Simulation.”

Otoo is an educational specialist at the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Outreach Center of New Mexico State University. Her research interests focus on a playcentric approach to learning programming through games and the effective implementation of theories in teaching and learning theoretical computer science concepts.

Learn more on the Computing News Blog.

Classroom Lecture with CS Faculty Candidate Koloud Al-Khamaiseh

Department of Computer Science (CS) faculty candidate Koloud Al-Khamaiseh will present a classroom lecture Thursday (March 16) from 1-2 p.m. on campus in Fisher 125 and virtually via Zoom.

The lecture, focused on AI and network security classes, is titled “Machine Learning for Cyber Security.”

Al-Khamaiseh is a Ph.D. candidate in the electrical and computer engineering department at Western Michigan University. She has more than 15 years of experience teaching and conducting research in computer engineering, including nine years as a full-time lecturer at Tafila Technical University, Jordan.

Al-Khamaiseh’s research interests include machine learning for medical image processing, machine learning for cybersecurity and HTML parsing and information retrieval.

Read more at the Computing News Blog.

Men's Tennis Felled by Hilltoppers, Defeated by Fighting Knights

Michigan Tech men's tennis lost their eighth and ninth straight matchups against West Liberty University and Lynn University to end their spring break road trip in Orlando, Florida.

The Huskies lost 4-3 to the Hilltoppers on Thursday (March 9). MTU secured the team doubles point, but lost four singles matches to the Hilltoppers, including the clincher at No. 6 in the last match.

Nikolai Prosjanykov and Eli Pinnoo found success for Tech in both singles and doubles in the contest.

"We really should have won the match today," said head coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "Our team didn't bring the A-game. On a positive note, it has been a long time since we won the team doubles point and I was happy we played well in that area."

The Huskies were then defeated 4-0 by the No. 28 Fighting Knights on Friday (March 10) at USTA National Campus to conclude their spring break trip to Florida.

"Lynn is a tough nationally ranked team and our team was a little bit outmatched today," said D'Agostini-Yep. "We look forward to coming home next week and playing on our home courts."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Women's Tennis Tops Winona State, Comes Up Short vs. Lynn

Michigan Tech women's tennis defeated Winona State University and lost against Lynn University to close their spring break trip to Florida.

Michigan Tech went unbeaten in doubles and singles en route to a 7-0 victory over the Winona State Warriors on Thursday (March 9) at USTA National Campus.

The Huskies were led by Dominika Bobik at No. 1 singles and doubles. Emily Cojocaru picked up the clinching point at No. 3 singles. As a doubles pairing, Lauren Opalewski and Emily Cojocaru were ranked No. 49 in Division II by the ITA last week and won 6-2 at No. 2.

"The ladies just took care of business today," said head coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "They went out with a winning mentality."

On Friday (March 10), the Huskies fell 4-1 to the No. 13 Lynn University Fighting Knights at USTA National Campus to end their spring break trip 2-2.

"I thought we played clutch today despite the loss," said D'Agostini-Yep. "Lynn is a tough nationally ranked team and our women really fought hard against them. We look forward to playing on our home courts next week."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

In Print

Michelle Jarvie-Eggart (EF), Thomas Freeman (CTL), Janet Staker Woerner of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. student Mary Benjamin (environmental engineering) and MiCUP undergraduate researcher Luis Fernandez-Arcay of Grand Valley State University surveyed the faculty who completed Michigan Tech's online teaching training from 2019 through 2021 to determine how that training changed their approach to the design of a course, a lesson and their teaching in general.

The group's work, published in the Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, found that the training provided essential pedagogical and instructional design education absent in most Ph.D. programs, resulting in self-reported improvements in both online and in-person instruction. Additionally, the experience of learning online increased faculty empathy for students.

New Funding

Laura Marohnic (OIC) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $30,000 other sponsored activities grant from Grand Valley State University.

The project is titled "MISBDC-2022/23-Export."

James Baker (VPR) is the co-PI on this project.

In the News

Yu Cai (AC/CS/ICC), Dennis Livesay (CC), and master’s students Gary Tropp and Dev Sanghani (cybersecurity) were quoted by WJMN Local 3 and the Keweenaw Report in stories about Michigan Tech’s designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency. 

Cai and Tropp were quoted in Local 3’s story. Cai, Livesay and Sanghani were quoted by the Keweenaw Report.


Adam Wellstead (SS) was quoted by the Daily Beast in a story on the risks inherent in medical tourism and what drives Americans to engage with it.


StudyFinds mentioned Michigan Tech in a story reviewing the best apps for meditation. The story indirectly referenced a 2018 study on mindfulness meditation and its ability to reduce anxiety conducted at MTU.


Bridge Michigan mentioned Michigan Tech in a story reviewing security measures on Michigan college campuses. MTU is noted as having responded to the outlet’s security survey.


Lake Superior Magazine, ABC 10 and the Keweenaw Report mentioned Michigan Tech in stories connected to the closure of Finlandia University after the spring 2023 semester. Both stories listed MTU among the colleges working with Finlandia to offer FinnU students a place to complete their education.


College Hockey News, the Rink Live, the Daily Mining Gazette and WJMN Local 3 covered Michigan Tech hockey’s Blake Pietila being named a top three finalist for the Mike Richter Award.


New Music from Mathematics Interactive Workshop Presented by 'Art in Silico'

Join Michael Maxwell (VPA), Robert Schneider (Math) and special guests for an interactive workshop and panel discussion that combines music and math.

Maxwell and Schneider will demonstrate a synthesizer from a non-Pythagorean musical scale based on logarithms, and interactive stations will allow attendees to explore and experience the scales.

Refreshments will be served. Staff, faculty, students and friends are welcome!

  • What: New Music from Mathematics: an Interactive Workshop
  • When: Monday, March 13, from 2-4 p.m. 
  • Where: East Reading Room of the Van Pelt and Opie Library

For additional information, visit the Art in Silico webpage.


CTL Workshop: Enhancing Canvas Course Design Using DesignPlus

Would you like to develop a high-quality, engaging course using a modern and professional-looking course template? Plan to attend the instructional design team from the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) for a workshop on Wednesday (March 15) about enhancing Canvas course design using DesignPlus tools.

We will introduce DesignPlus and the course template, review how to import the course template and show you how you can customize it for your own course. This workshop will focus on the most common and easy course design features to help you build a high-quality, professional-looking course. No advanced technical skills are necessary.

The workshop will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. The workshop location will be announced as soon as possible.

Register to attend the CTL Workshop: Enhancing Canvas Course Design Using DesignPlus.


Submission Date Extended: 'Art in Silico' Call for Artists

“Art in Silico” is now accepting submissions for our juried art show through March 23!

The inaugural “Art in Silico” is a computational art exhibition and event series that examines the expressive world of creative computation and the confluence of technology and art, connecting circuit board to canvas. As technology pervades our existence, forming new universes — metaverses — in which we can live, act and perceive, the spaces between the conventional science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and the creative arts have shrunk to the infinitesimal. “Art in Silico” celebrates the continuum of arts and STEM, seeking to hack your mind and STEAM your brain to experience a world in which data are compelling, evocative, provocative, ugly, beautiful and appealing.

Pieces chosen for the exhibition will be required to be installed in their indicated location by March 27. Installations will be on display at Michigan Tech prior to the “Art in Silico” awards reception, which will be held at 5th & Elm at the Orpheum Theater on April 13. $1,500 in prizes will be awarded in multiple categories.

Please see the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems’ Art in Silico page for more information!


Notification of Opportunity for Confidential Self-Identification

All Michigan Tech employees will be receiving an email soon from Equal Opportunity Compliance which will contain a link to a confidential self-identification Google form. The purpose of this form is to gather information on race, ethnicity, gender, disability status and veteran status. Completion of the form is voluntary.

Federal regulations require Michigan Tech to maintain data on race, ethnicity, gender, disability status and veteran status, and to regularly remind current employees of their right to self-identify. This information is only used according to the provisions of applicable federal laws, executive orders and regulations, such as IPEDS and OFCCP reporting. Equal Opportunity Compliance routinely sends this invitation to self-identify to all employees.

We often get questions regarding the limited response options for certain demographic questions on the form. This data’s purpose is for federal reporting. All of the options provided for the self-identification questions are federally regulated. Until the federal government updates their reporting requirements to recognize more diverse identities, Michigan Tech cannot offer options beyond those listed on the form.

If you have questions, please contact Equal Opportunity Compliance and Title IX at 7-3310 or email eocompliance@mtu.edu.


Software Carpentry Workshop in R

Michigan Tech will host a Software Carpentry Workshop in R next week (March 20-24), with sessions each day from 3-5:30 p.m. The virtual workshop is open to and free for Michigan Tech students, faculty and staff.

The workshop covers basic R concepts and tools, including program design and plotting.

The target audience for the workshop is learners who have little to no prior computational experience. Instructors place priority on creating a friendly environment to empower researchers and enable data-driven discovery. Those with some experience will benefit also, as the goal is to teach not only how to do analyses, but how to manage the process to make it as automated and reproducible as possible.

Please register by the end of the day today (March 13). Space is limited and will likely fill quickly. Confirmation of your registration will be emailed tomorrow (March 14). Please note, learners are expected to commit to attending the entire workshop.

Register for the Software Carpentry Workshop in R.

Read more on the Computing News Blog.


Updated Operating Procedures for Payroll Services

Effective today (March 13), due to a transition period in Payroll Services, the primary focus of off-cycle weeks will be reallocations, corrections to pays and leave adjustments. Missed pays will be processed during the next available pay cycle week.

Additionally, during this transition period, the Payroll Services email payroll@mtu.edu will only be used to collect paper timesheets, reallocations or deduction forms, and the Payroll Services main telephone number will be redirected to the Human Resources main line (906-487-2280). Questions regarding payroll will be responded to within one to two business days.

Tax forms must be sent to Payroll Services via campus mail or hand delivered to the Lakeshore Center, as email is not secure.

To ensure accurate and timely payments, departments are urged to review the Deadlines Affecting the Payroll Processes PDF.

Payroll Services and Human Resources appreciate your patience and understanding.


Write-D and SS Welcome Write-D Facilitator Aritra Chakrabarty

Writing in the Discipline (Write-D) and the Department of Social Sciences (SS) are pleased to welcome Aritra Chakrabarty as the department’s Write-D facilitator beginning after spring break.

Write-D provides a dedicated time and space for graduate students to get work done and receive support on writing projects within their discipline, such as manuscripts, research proposals, etc. Guest speakers from the department and industry visit to present briefly on research, writing and publishing tips. This free program is open to all graduate students.

For more information, including times and locations, visit the Graduate School's Write-D page

Questions? Contact Write-D Coordinator Sarah Isaacson at sisaacso@mtu.edu.


A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum Partial Day Closure

Tomorrow (March 14), the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum will be closed for a staff training from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The museum will reopen at 1 p.m. and then close at its normal time, 5 p.m.

Normal business hours will resume on Wednesday (March 15): 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


ChE Seminar with Chair Candidate Vivek Utgikar

Vivek Utgikar will present as part of the Department of Chemical Engineering (ChE) Research Series today (March 13) at 10 a.m. in person in Chem Sci 201 or virtually via Zoom.

Utgikar will present "Integrated Energy Systems and Fuel Cycle Research: Recent Advances and Future Directions."

Utgikar is a professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Idaho.

From the abstract:
Nuclear energy is an emissions-free alternative to fossil fuels for power generation and industrial process heat. Integrated energy systems (IESs), featuring a coupling of nuclear energy with renewable and fossil energy as well energy storage, have significant potential to contribute to nation’s energy security and mitigate climate change. The mismatch between the temperature available from nuclear sources and the desired temperatures for many chemical processes can be addressed through temperature amplification using chemical heat pumps (ChHPs) that are based on reversible chemical reactions. Results of experimental and theoretical work conducted on calcium oxide/hydroxide ChHP are described in this presentation.


SS Brown Bag with James Suzman: 'A discussion on the evolution and meaning of work'

The Department of Social Sciences (SS) is hosting a brown bag presentation today (March 13) from noon to 1 p.m. We will meet in AOB 201 or virtually via Zoom.

Please join us for an informative seminar led by James Suzman on the nature of work (Suzman will be joining us remotely).

Suzman will introduce the fundamentals of his research and why he became interested in studying the history of work, how it has changed through time and how we might think of influencing its future. The hope is to spend the majority of our time together in dialogue concerning the nature and meaning of work from the perspective of our various disciplinary backgrounds and research interests.

Suzman is an anthropologist specializing in the Khoisan peoples of southern Africa. A recipient of the Smuts Commonwealth Fellowship in African Studies at Cambridge University, he is now the director of Anthropos Ltd., a think tank that applies anthropological methods to solving contemporary social and economic problems. He has written two books, “Affluence Without Abundance, on the Bushmen of Southern Africa,” and “Work, a history of humankind through the prism of work.” He lives in Cambridge, England.

Today's Campus Events

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ChE Chair Candidate Research Seminar

Dr. Vivek Utgikar will present as part of the Department of Chemical Engineering (ChE) Research Series on Monday (March 13) at 10 a.m. in person in Chem Sci 201 or virtually...


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance by Appointment

The College of Business is pleased to again offer Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. Accounting majors will provide free income tax preparation assistance for students and...


Wastewater Treatment and Regulation at Industrial Facilities in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Former, Existing and Proposed

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Jay Parent, PE, District Supervisor, Water Resources Division / Marquette Office, Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes,...


German Mystery Film Night

German film evening is an opportunity to see German films in a quality viewing venue. Some of these films are required for various German classes, but the public is welcome! ...


Money Matters II: Student Strategies

Husky Bites presents Special Guests APMP Students Jada Hamar, Jaharee Weah, and Luke Helsel Applied Portfolio Management Program Michigan Technological...


Keweenaw Socialists @ MTU General Meeting

Discussion of current org projects and planned socials as well as notable recent news. The meeting will be hybrid in-person and on Zoom. Following the organized portion of the...