Now Online: The 2023 Michigan Tech Magazine

The 2023 Michigan Tech Magazine is now online. 

In this issue:

  • Read how Huskies are driving Michigan forward and why MICHauto Executive Director Glenn Stevens Jr. believes Michigan Tech is poised to lead the transformation of the automotive industry.

  • Get a closer look at the Great Lakes Research Center vessels that have established Tech as a leader in marine autonomy for more than a decade.

  • Learn how an uphill run on Quincy Hill led researchers to a potentially world-changing idea: Turn old mines into energy storage centers to give them and their communities new life.

  • Meet Ashley Kern, a Tech grad who's using what she learned as a student battling unexpected health issues to help others on their journey to and through college.

  • Get to know the Huskies serving on Michigan Tech’s inaugural Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Sense of Belonging (DEIS) Alumni Advisory Board.

Read these stories and more in the latest Michigan Tech Magazine.

Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Semifinalist Open Forum Today and Tomorrow

Michigan Tech has invited four semifinalists to interview for Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Each semifinalist will give two public presentations sharing their vision for MTU within the context of the strategic plan and how their experience has prepared them for this task.  

Please mark your calendar to attend Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Semifinalist Sean Lane’s presentation on one of the following dates: today (March 14) at 3 p.m. or tomorrow (March 15) at 10:30 a.m. 

All presentations will occur in the East Reading Room of the Van Pelt and Opie Library.  

An opportunity to provide candidate feedback will be available on the search webpage at the conclusion of each semifinalist’s visit. Evaluation forms for candidates who have already presented are available now.

Comments for Distinguished Teaching Award Finalists Sought

The William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) reminds you that comments for the 2023 Distinguished Teaching Award finalists, which recognize outstanding contributions to Michigan Tech’s instructional mission, will be accepted until March 31 via online submission. Based on more than 40,000 student ratings of instruction responses, 10 finalists have been identified for the 2023 awards. The selection committee will reference comments from students, staff, faculty and alumni during their deliberations.

Assistant Professor/Teaching Professor/Professor of Practice Finalists:

  • Thomas Adolphs (HU), Assistant Teaching Professor
  • Claire Danielson (BioSci), Assistant Teaching Professor
  • Kyle Griffin (ChE), Assistant Teaching Professor
  • Mickey Jarvi (CFRES) , Assistant Teaching Professor
  • Robert Larson (BioSci), Assistant Professor

Associate Professor/Professor Finalists:

  • Yu Cai (AC), Professor
  • Chad Deering (GMES), Associate Professor
  • Guy Hembroff (AC), Associate Professor
  • Amy Marcarelli (BioSci), Professor
  • Joel Neves (VPA), Professor

The process for determining the Distinguished Teaching Award recipients from this list of finalists also involves the additional surveying of their spring 2023 classes. The selection committee makes the final determination of the award recipients. The 2023 Distinguished Teaching Awards will be formally announced in May.

For more information, contact the CTL at or 906-487-3000.

SENSE Enterprise Info Session and GLRC Tour

The Strategic Education through Naval Systems Experiences (SENSE) Enterprise will host an info session and Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC) tour today (March 14) from 5-6:30 p.m., starting in Dow 641. Attendees will meet the SENSE team, hear an overview of current projects, eat some free pizza and go on a tour of the GLRC with Tim Havens.

SENSE is advised by faculty members Tim Havens and Hassan Masoud. The goal of the SENSE Enterprise is to provide students with hands-on experiences with naval application projects, explore interests and careers in the U.S. Department of Defense and enhance teamwork and communication skills.

Read more on the College of Computing Advising blog.

A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum Partial Day Closure

Today (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 tomorrow (March 15): 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Call for Information on Civic Engagement Activities

In planning for the 2023 Global and Community Engagement Conference, which will be held Oct. 14 sponsored by the Pavlis Honors College, members of the planning committee are building a database of campus professionals who work directly with or support students who are doing some form of civic engagement, whether through coursework or broader involvement. If you do this work, please let us know a bit about what you are doing and who else is involved in our brief Civic Engagement Questionnaire form.

Also, please let us know in the form if you would like to be kept in the loop for opportunities to be involved in the fall conference as we recognize past work and strengthen partnerships in this area.

This Week's C3 Luncheon

Menu for Thursday (March 16):

  • Teriyaki Chicken (Gluten Friendly)
  • General Tsao’s Tofu (Gluten Friendly, Vegan)
  • Mushroom & Green Bean Stir Fry (Gluten Friendly, Vegan)
  • Vegetable Fried Rice (Gluten Friendly, Vegan) 
  • Sesame Noodles (Vegan)
  • Mandarin Style Egg Drop Soup (Gluten Friendly)

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

Book Donations Sought for Quiz Bowl Club

The Quiz Bowl Club at Michigan Tech is in need of gently used, good-quality books to give as prizes at the end of events! It is a much-beloved tradition at quiz bowl tournaments that the top-scoring individuals and winning teams receive books as a prize at the end of the day.

Quiz Bowl puts on two high school tournaments per year for the regional high schools (you can see more about past tournaments hosted at Michigan Tech). In addition, the club hosts or competes in several collegiate tournaments each year, and puts on general trivia events for campus.

Preferred subjects include recent popular fiction, classic literature, science, history, poetry, art, nonfiction and biography. If you have books in good condition that you would like to donate, or any questions, please contact QB club advisor Liz Fujita at or 7-1161.

Zach Merrill Dates Mackinac Island's McGulpin House Using Dendroarchaeology

A dendroarchaeological investigation of the McGulpin House on Mackinac Island has revealed that the house was built in 1790-91, on Mackinac Island, making it one of the oldest residential structures on the island. 

The investigation was conducted by Zachary Merrill of Great Lakes Dendrochronology, according to a press release from Mackinac State Historic Parks (MSHP) — a family of living history museums and parks in northern Michigan’s Straits of Mackinac and an agency within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Merrill is a Ph.D. candidate studying forest science at Michigan Tech.

“It is exciting to monitor the process of this scientific research,” said Steve Brisson, MSHP director. “We are thrilled that the data was available to get a conclusive date on the McGulpin House.”

Merrill's investigation proves that the McGulpin House was constructed on Mackinac Island. Previously, a theory suggested that the house had been constructed in present-day Mackinaw City and moved to Mackinac Island during the construction of Fort Mackinac. The dendroarchaeological investigation was carried out to test that theory, according to MSHP.

Erin Matas Selected for International Librarians Networking Program

Van Pelt and Opie Library Director Erin Matas has been selected to participate in the American Library Association’s International Librarians Networking Program (ILNP).

The ILNP uses a peer-to-peer model to create partnerships among three members who share similar levels of work experience, or similar interests, goals and skill sets. Program directors have found that these networking partnerships increase motivation, support and resourcefulness in library professionals.

For the next three months, Matas will collaborate with librarians in Tanzania and Malaysia.

Deadline Extended: Applications Still Open for Climate Leaders Academy

Current undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in climate leadership are invited to apply to be a fellow of the Climate Leaders Academy (CLA), which is launching this summer.

CLA is a two-semester program with the goal of providing formal climate training and professional development to fellows through direct engagement with national and international climate change frameworks, formalized mentoring and collaboration with a diverse set of institutions. CLA is funded through the National Science Foundation and the YEAH network, and supported by MTU, Boston University, Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University.

CLA-Fellows will be entitled to the following benefits:

  • $10,000 stipend ($5,000 per semester)
  • Four transferable course credits
  • All travel expenses covered (to and from kickoff workshop, climate change conferences, etc.)
  • One-on-one mentoring by a CLA faculty member
  • Tuition coverage for CLA course

Additional information and the official application can be found at the CLA Application Form. Applications are due March 31 at 11:59 p.m. CDT.

Questions can be directed to Rose Daily at or Leah Dundon at

Save the Date for Spring 2023's Last Michigan Tech Research Forum Event

Save the date for the last Michigan Tech Research Forum event this spring!

The Michigan Tech Research Forum was developed to showcase and celebrate Michigan Tech researchers' work and strengthen discussions in our community. It is a privilege and honor to announce the 2023 Distinguished Lecture. This award is peer-nominated and honors faculty for their research impact.

A Distinguished Lecture with Chelsea Schelly (SS) will be held March 28. Schelly's lecture is titled "Confronting Complexity while Keeping our Heads and our Hearts (And Keeping Communities Centered in Collaborative Science)."

The lecture will begin at 4:15 p.m., with time for socializing 30 minutes before and after the lecture. It will take place in the Memorial Union Ballroom A.

Michigan Tech Research Forum events are presented by the Office of the Provost in coordination with the Vice President for Research Office.

Please share this announcement and invite your colleagues as we celebrate and build upon our Tech-grown research and scholarship talents!

ChE Research Seminar with Hongmei Luo

Hongmei Luo will present as part of the Department of Chemical Engineering (ChE) Research Series on Thursday (March 16) at 3 p.m. in person in Chem Sci 201 or virtually via Zoom.

Luo will present "Lithium-Ion Battery Degradation and Cathode-Electrolyte Interface."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Luo is a Luke Barry Shires Endowed Professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at New Mexico State University.

Talk: Strategies for Success in a New Era with Lynn Mazzoleni

Women in Physics will presents a talk on strategies for success in a new era by Lynn Mazzoleni. The talk will be held tomorrow (March 15) at 4:30 p.m. in the Great Lakes Research Center, GLRC 202.

Mazzoleni is an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and specializes in the detailed molecular chemistry of atmospheric aerosol and other environmental complex mixtures. She will discuss her personal experiences working in STEM and her thoughts on her career as a woman. She will explain how, no matter your gender, it is possible for you to be successful and reach your goals. We will have a Q&A session at the end for additional questions and discussion.

To RSVP for the event, please use the Women in Physics Guest Speaker form.

Event Details:

  • What: Strategies for Success in a new era talk by Lynn Mazzoleni
  • When: Wednesday, March 15, at 4:30 p.m.
  • Where: Great Lakes Research Center, GLRC 202

MTU Places Ninth at Ski Championships; Anabel Needham Earns All-America Honors

Six Michigan Tech Nordic skiers competed at the NCAA Skiing Championships at Mt. Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, New York, where Anabel Needham earned second team All-America honors.

Needham had an All-American performance in the women's 5km freestyle Thursday (March 9), the first day of championship competition. She had the fastest last split (1.25km) in the race with 2:25.0 — over three seconds faster than the next fastest split from 3.75km to the finish.

Needham finished eighth and was tabbed second team All-America. Henriette Semb and Olivia Laven placed 22nd and 33rd, respectively, for the Huskies.

Skylar Patten led MTU in the men's 10km freestyle with a 14th-place finish, followed by Colin Freed in 20th and Adam Witkowski in 33rd.

"We are so incredibly proud of the entire team today," said head coach Tom Monahan Smith and assistant coach Kristen Monahan Smith after Thursday's races. "Anabel earned that All-American finish today by throwing down the fastest race split of the entire field in the last 1km of the race. The way she attacked that was downright inspiring."

The final day of the competition, Saturday (March 11), was a tough one for Tech. The Huskies finished the championships with 67 points, good for ninth place among the 16-team field.

The Huskies were led by Needham and Patten — placing 27th and 28th in their races, respectively — in the 20km classic mass start. Semb and Laven placed 38th and 39th, respectively, in the women's race. In the men's race, Freed finished 31st and Witkowski 40th.

"Today was super challenging snow conditions and we didn't have the classic race day we were hoping to achieve," said Tom Monahan Smith and Kristen Monahan Smith. "Results aside, everyone fought through the entire race and we will leave these championships proud of what we achieved as a team through this entire season."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Women's Basketball Falls to Trojans, Ends Season in NCAA Midwest Region Quarterfinal

The Michigan Tech women's basketball team's season ended Friday (March 10) in the NCAA Midwest Region quarterfinals at Kates Gymnasium, falling to Trevecca Nazarene.

The Huskies assembled a 14-0 run in the third quarter to tie the game, but fell to the Trojans 65-63, finishing the year 25-7 overall and 14-0 at home.

Alex Rondorf notched a double-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds but the Huskies struggled from 3-point range, making just 7-of-26 tries (26.9%). Ellie Mackay ended her esteemed five-year career as MTU's second all-time leading scorer in 109 games wearing Black and Gold.

"It was definitely a disappointing ending to a great season," commented head coach Sam Clayton. "It sucks to out like that when you have the year that we've had. We didn't play like we were capable. We had much better urgency in the second half, which was good. We didn't shoot (the ball) well generally and Trevecca's key players had big games. They are a dang good team, well coached, and they executed well, so credit to them."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Hockey Beaten by Wildcats in CCHA Semifinal

No. 10 Michigan Tech hockey lost 4-0 to Northern Michigan on Saturday (March 11) in a CCHA semifinal game at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The Wildcats scored three goals in the first period and added a late empty netter.

"Northern Michigan played well and jumped on us early," Tech coach Joe Shawhan said. "You obviously need to score a goal to win a game, and we weren't able to find one."

Tech was 0-for-5 on the power play and 3-for-4 on the penalty kill, but  generated 44 shots on goal — the second-highest total this season. Jack Works hit the crossbar in the first, with Logan Pietila getting six shots through and Brett Thorne and Tristan Ashbrook taking five.

"We regrouped after the first period but played pretty tight," added Shawhan. "Their goaltender didn't have to make any really big saves despite the large volume of shots we took. We had a lot of good looks at the net but we shot into him."

The Huskies will have to wait for the NCAA Tournament Selection Show to learn if the season continues. The NCAA bracket will be revealed on Sunday (March 19).

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Kyle Kukkonen Named to CCHA All-Rookie Team

Michigan Tech hockey's Kyle Kukkonen has been named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team. The CCHA head coaches selected Kukkonen as a unanimous choice on the squad after he led CCHA first-year players — and the Huskies — with 18 goals.

Kukkonen has the fifth-most goals by a Michigan Tech first-year in program history and his 18 goals are the most by a Tech rookie since 1988 when Kelly Hurd potted 18. He was named the CCHA Rookie of the Week three times and the CCHA Forward of the Week once.

Kukkonen has skated in all 38 games and also tallied nine assists for 27 points. He ranks fourth nationally with five game-winning goals while also adding five power-play goals and a pair of shorthanded goals. Kukkonen had eight multipoint games and five games with a pair of goals.

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

New Funding

Xiaochu Ding (Chem/HRI) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $469,499 research and development grant from the National Institutes of Health.

The project is titled "Biodegradable Elastomers and Resorbable Synthetic Vascular Grafts."

Bruce Lee and Roger Guillory (BioMed/HRI) and Patricia Heiden (Chem/HRI) are co-PIs on this potential three-year project.

In Print

Ph.D. student Benjamin Barrios (environmental engineering) and Daisuke Minakata (CEGE/GLRC) are co-authors of a paper published in a premier journal in the field of environmental science and engineering: Environmental Science & Technology Letters.

The paper is about mechanistic work on carbonate radicals that play an important role for the contaminant fate in natural and engineered waters at a premium journal

The validated procedure Barrios and Minakata demonstrated in this paper will help researchers use the Marcus theory for single electron transfer that takes place in environmental waters.

In the News

John Jaszczak (Physics/Museum) was interviewed in a WZMQ 19 News segment about a National Geographic article highlighting the volcanic origins of the Keweenaw Peninsula. The segment begins at 10:38 of the video.


Research by Daisuke Minakata (CEGE) was the subject of a SciPod AudioPod episode titled “Sunshine and Organic Molecules in Water.”


Michigan Tech President Rick Koubek was mentioned in a Keweenaw Report interview with Finlandia University Tim Pinnow that touched on efforts to continue the FinnU nursing program at MTU.


Dennis Livesay (CC), Yu Cai (AC/CS/ICC) and master’s student Dev Sanghani (cybersecurity) were quoted by ABC 10 in a story about Michigan Tech’s recent designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency. The story was picked up from the Keweenaw Report.


Thomas Oommen (GMES) was quoted by SFGATE and the Seattle Times. Both outlets picked up a March 6 Los Angeles Times story about the slow-moving Portuguese Bend landslide affecting the city of Rancho Palos Verde in southern California. 


Don Lafreniere (SS) and the Department of Social Sciences were mentioned by the Daily Mining Gazette and Mining Journal in a story about a planned inventory of critical aspects of the Keweenaw Heartlands. 

The DMG covered the land’s purchase by The Nature Conservancy in December. Lafreniere and a Michigan Tech team will assess the land’s cultural and historical resources.


MLive mentioned Mark Halonen ’17 (B.S. Computer Science) and Michigan Tech in a story about the origins of the app Waldo, which is streamlining supply chains in the logging, land management, forestry, trucking and milling industries. Halonen and Leo Huhta of Chassell, Michigan, created the app in 2019.


The Daily Mining Gazette mentioned Michigan Tech in a column written by retired film professor Joe Kirkish.


The Daily Mining Gazette quoted Josh Albrecht ’21 ’22 (B.S. Mechanical Engineering, M.S. Mechatronics) in a story about the Great Bear Chase at the Swedetown Trails Saturday (March 11).


Marking Equal Pay Day March 14

Today (March 14) is Equal Pay Day 2023, a day that symbolizes the extra days an average women must work to catch up to what the average man earned the previous year. According to data from the American Association of University Women, women earn 83 cents, on average, for every dollar earned by men. For women of color, the gap is even worse.

The date of Equal Pay Day changes from year to year as the situation improves — no gender pay gap (i.e., if women and men, on average, earned the same amount over the course of a year) would land Equal Pay Day on Dec. 31. This is not the case, and thus one can think of women as working into the following year to make as much as a man, on average — having to work until March 14 is having to work 50 extra days, Monday to Friday. Red is worn on Equal Pay Day as a symbol of how far women and people of color are "in the red."

What can be done? Widespread awareness is a first and very effective step in addressing the gender pay gap. Today, we’ll spread awareness by wearing red and gathering at the Husky Statue on campus from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We’ll be giving out cookies, sharing data and answering questions. Everyone can do something, whether it’s being on the lookout for nonconscious bias in employment practices; interceding for yourself, a friend or a colleague; or staying informed on current research into the causes of workplace pay inequity.

Co-sponsoring the Equal Pay Day event this year are the Copper Country League of Women Voters, Friends of the Michigan Tech Library, and the Society of Women Engineers, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Equal Opportunity Compliance and Title IX, Graduate School, and Women in Natural Resources Club at Michigan Tech.

Find out what you can do to help close the gap. If your organization would like to join the list of co-sponsors of Equal Pay Day in the future, please contact Faith Morrison at You’ll be making positive change happen.


Applications Sought: Sustainability and Resilience Education Innovations

The Tech Forward Initiative on Sustainability and Resilience (ISR) at Michigan Tech invites applications for educational innovation projects that increase student exposure to sustainability and resilience in formal coursework. The ISR seeks to incentivize the creation of new sustainability curricula through new and existing coursework so more students across Michigan Tech learn about sustainability, resilience and the connection of each to their domain expertise.

Applications for Educational Innovation support will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis between now and March 31, with notification of awards planned by April 15.

Proposals may include support for hourly student work, summer salary or materials/supplies to develop new courses, revamp existing courses or host workshops for educating faculty and/or staff on sustainability education. Proposals may also include funds to support or incentivize participation from students, faculty and/or staff, and/or materials or supplies for coursework innovation.

Faculty, graduate students and staff are all eligible to apply. Applications can be submitted by individuals or teams; graduate students are encouraged to collaborate with a faculty member to submit an application.

We anticipate most awards will be in the range of $3,000 to $5,000, but encourage budgets that meet the project needs. Potential applicants are encouraged to reach out with questions about their potential budget.

Submitted proposals should be no more than two pages. Each proposal should include:

  • A narrative description of the proposed educational innovation. This description should include at least one stand-alone paragraph that clearly describes how this educational innovation aligns with the broader goal of ensuring all students at Michigan Tech are exposed to sustainability and resilience through the curricula, including how many students are likely to be impacted by this innovation and how this innovation will be maintained in the curriculum.

  • A detailed budget and a proposed project timeline. Project work should take place no later than spring 2024; the implementation timeline is flexible but should be described in the proposal.

  • A list of deliverables to be provided to ISR at the end of the project period, such as a completed syllabus, a new course proposal prepared for submission, a workshop report, etc., to be determined and described by the applicant.

  • Separate from the proposal document, we are also asking for confirmation from relevant department chairs that they have reviewed the proposal and are supportive of the proposal plans, especially if the proposal involves creation of a new course. This can be in the form of an email to Robert Handler. 

If you have any questions about a potential project proposal, please reach out to ask! The ISR Working Group (ISR WG) will review applications and contact applicants regarding decisions. For questions and to submit your application, please email Robert Handler at


Café Français

Please join us today (March 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. Please be advised: We changed rooms.

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

Friends and family are welcome!


Spanish Conversation Hour

Join us today (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.

Today's Campus Events

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Academic and Conference Poster Workshop

The Van Pelt and Opie Library will host an Academic and Conference Poster Workshop on March 14th from 10:00-11:00 AM in the Library's East Reading Room. The workshop session...


Master's Defense: Anna Li Holey

Environmental Engineering Advisor: Pengfei Xue Joint Probability Analysis of Extreme Precipitation and Water Level for Chicago, Illinois Attend 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...


Rogers-Ramanujan Type Identities

Biography: Andrew Sills earned a B.A. from Rutgers, M.A. from Penn State, and Ph.D. from University of Kentucky, all in mathematics. His thesis advisor was George Andrews of...


Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Spring 2023 Session 3

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...


Adult Huskies Swim Training Spring 2023 Session 3

Adult Huskies Swim Training provides additional attention and competitive guidance to swimmers ages 18 and older who are looking to improve their swimming skills and fitness...


Café Français

Please join us for an hour of laid-back Francophone setting with French natives and other Francophiles. All levels are welcome. Walker 120A, from 5PM to 6PM. Note that the...


La Peña: Spanish conversation hour

Welcome to the Peña, the Spanish Conversation Hour. Come unwind, meet new people and play board games, all while you refresh your Spanish. All levels are welcome. Bring a...


SENSE Enterprise Info Session and GLRC Tour

The SENSE Enterprise will host an info session and Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC) tour on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, from 5-6:30 p.m., starting in Dow 641. You’ll meet the...


SAE Aero Design Bi-Weekly Meetings

SAE Aero Design aims to offer valuable experience to Michigan Tech students of all majors interested in an extracurricular engineering & design opportunity. Come join our...


James Suzman: "The Changing World of Work: Lessons from Our Deep Past"

The Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture is presenting "Work in Transition," a speaker series exploring the future of work in partnership with the Portage Lake District...