Proposal Submission Deadline Reminder

Principal investigators (PIs) planning to submit proposals to external sponsors are reminded of Michigan Tech's internal paperwork deadlines, which are summarized on the Vice President for Research Office website.

PIs are also strongly encouraged to complete the Intent to Submit Form as early in their proposal development process as possible. Completing this form is very helpful to personnel supporting the proposal development and submission process from the Vice President for Research Office and across campus. It also reduces the potential for unexpected challenges prior to internal and external deadlines, which may make a submission impossible.

Springtime Reminder

Facilities Management works diligently to remove snow and ice from roads, parking lots, walkways and building entrances. Daily fluctuations in temperature and differences in sun and shade can create icy conditions. Beware of black ice and slippery conditions on pavement that has been cleared, particularly in the morning or in areas that are shaded from the sun.

Everyone is reminded to take extra care when walking on campus. Choose appropriate footwear that will provide traction on snow and ice. Take small, slow and deliberate steps, and watch out for slick spots.

If you encounter slippery conditions, report them to Facilities Management at 483-SNOW (7669) or 7-0001.

ADVANCE Weekly Roundup: Advancing Women Scientists/Engineers by Showcasing Contributions

Women’s History Month inspires both celebration and reflection on the role of women scientists/engineers across the STEM fields: Women have contributed to scientific endeavors throughout history despite disparagement, marginalization, discrediting and invisibility. This week, we call attention to some tributes to STEM women. For example, the recently published more-than-600-page “Palgrave Handbook of Women and Science Since 1660” offers a “comprehensive overview of the history of women in science from the late 17th century to the present.” The pages abound with previously unknown contributions by women across STEM fields.

Similarly, journal issues devoted to the recognition of women’s contributions to science draw attention to both their presence and marginalization. For example, a recent issue of the International Journal of Radiation Biology featured not only Marie Curie but the work of many women from around the world, highlighting historic contributions, current projects and continuing obstacles. Preserving and disseminating these stories is important to garner both scientific acknowledgement and public recognition. To these ends, a speaker series initiated by the University of Illinois Archives is a proactive outreach program to bring visibility to long-hidden contributions of women scientists at the University of Illinois and counter their absence in the cultural heritage. (If you would like to learn more about past and present Michigan Tech women and their contributions to STEM, be sure to inquire with the Michigan Tech Archives at

Amid these celebrations, we take note of the recent announcement by the nonprofit advocacy group, 500 Women Scientists, that their operations need to be curtailed. Established in 2016 in order to promote the infrastructure necessary for women scientists to conduct research, 500 Women Scientists reminds us of the value of collective efforts to realize gender inclusivity throughout STEM. As the founders observed, “Despite a larger public reckoning with structural inequities, ... efforts to break down racism and oppression in science have often been performative rather than affecting meaningful change.” We note that at Michigan Tech, ADVANCE initiatives such as the Advocates & Allies in conjunction with the Office for the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion promote sense of belonging for all. Now is the moment to build on our momentum to continue advancing women in STEM across our academic units and throughout our campus community.

Today’s feature was shared with us by the Advance PI team. If you have an article you think we should feature, please email it to and we will consider adding it to the ADVANCE Weekly Roundup.

The ADVANCE Weekly Roundup is brought to you by ADVANCE at Michigan Tech, an NSF-funded initiative dedicated to improving faculty career success, retention, diversity, equity and inclusion. Past articles are available on the ADVANCE Newsblog.

To learn more about our featured topic, our mission, programming efforts, and to check out our growing collection of resources, contact us or visit our website.

14th Annual Feminists Reading Feminists

Save the date for the 14th Annual Feminists Reading Feminists event hosted by the Department of Humanities’ Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture (RTC) graduate program. Help us pay homage to the contributions of diverse feminist scholars and activists who have inspired us and continue to shape our world.

The virtual event will be held at noon Wednesday (March 29) via Zoom.

If you would like to share a favorite passage from a text or a short media clip (less than five minutes), please sign up using the 14th Annual Feminists Reading Feminists form.

We also welcome anyone interested in listening and engaging with those sharing. Inspired by Women’s History Month; all are welcome.

This Weekend: Don Keranen Memorial Jazz Festival

Join Michigan Tech Jazz and special guest Rex Richardson for the annual Don Keranen Memorial Jazz Festival today and tomorrow (March 24 and 25)!

Tonight: Friday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m.
Join the Michigan Tech Jazz Program at 7:30 p.m. backstage at the Rozsa for an evening of jazz music featuring the New Orleans sounds of the Workshop Big Band; music from video games by the Video Game Jazz Ensemble; and big band tunes by Count Basie, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Duke Ellington, Dean Martin, Alan Baylock and Tech Director of Jazz Studies Adam Meckler played by the R&D Jazz Band.

After the concert, head to the Orpheum Theatre for an after-hours Jazz Jam Session open to anyone interested in sitting in to play some tunes!
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Tomorrow: Saturday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m.
The night will begin with the sounds of New Orleans compliments of the Workshop Big Band. Michigan Tech's premier jazz ensemble, the Jazz Lab Band, will be joined by internationally known trumpet soloist Rex Richardson for an evening of music featuring virtuoso trumpet sounds.

Named "one of the finest virtuosos of our time" by the Brass Herald, Richardson has toured all over the world as a trumpet soloist both in the classical and jazz genres. He's toured with jazz legends like Joe Henderson, and has premiered new classical trumpet works with orchestras all over the world. You don't want to miss watching him play jazz on the piccolo trumpet!

The Jazz Lab Band will perform two of Richardson's original works, with one arranged by Meckler (check out the YouTube video of Rex recording it with Meckler in 2018). They'll also perform a range of music by Fred Sturm, Dave Holland, Lionel Hampton and Billie Holliday.

Event Details:

  • What: Don Keranen Memorial Jazz Festival
  • When: Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Backstage at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
  • Tickets: $15 Adult | $5 Youth Under 18 | Free Student Rush through the Experience Tech Fee
    • Get tickets online or at the Rozsa Box Office, open today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and one hour before shows for walk-up sales.

'Snowsports' Faculty and Staff Artist Reception Tonight

Tonight (March 24), head down to the Rozsa Art Galleries from 5-7 p.m. for the artist reception for the Department of Visual and Performing Arts faculty and staff art exhibit "Snowsports." This exhibit is coordinated by Gallery Director Terri Frew.

Artists include Jared Anderson, Anne Beffel, Mary Cyr, Terri Jo Frew, Lisa Gordillo, Kenyon Hansen, Lindsey Heiden, Susie Kilpela, Mike Maxwell, Libby Meyer, Christopher Plummer and Beth Techtmann.

What to Expect:

Enjoy refreshments. Meet the faculty and staff artists in a relaxed environment. See fantastic multimedia art.


  • What: "Snowsports" Faculty and Staff Artist Reception
  • When: Friday, March 24, from 5-7 p.m.
  • Where: Rozsa Art Galleries located on the lower level of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
  • Cost: The reception is free and open to the public, faculty, staff and students.

Can't make it tonight? Come see the exhibit today through April 29 in the Rozsa Art Galleries.

Grade 8-12 Students Invited to Lake Superior Youth Symposium

Editor's note: Donations have been received to cover all costs for the first 25 students to sign up to attend the symposium.

Do you know someone in grades 8-12 who would like to attend the Lake Superior Youth Symposium at Northland College?

The 15th Biennial Lake Superior Youth Symposium will be held April 20-23 at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin. Register by next Friday (March 31)! This unique opportunity will engage students in Lake Superior science, stewardship, careers, art and more.

Costs to attend the symposium include:

  • $125 student registration (includes meals on campus — does not include breakfast),
  • $100 for lodging (with four students per room), and
  • Transportation costs.

The symposium began at Northland College in 1995. It is hosted by an educational institution and its location rotates around the greatest lake every two years — between Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario, Canada. The symposium was held at Michigan Tech in 2001 and 2013, with the largest participation numbers ever — 400 and 250, respectively!

Visit the Lake Superior Youth Symposium website to learn more.

A group of western Upper Peninsula students and educators are organizing to attend the symposium — raising donations for student sponsorships and writing grants to cover transportation costs for students and educators/chaperones. Interested students who want to attend and need financial support should complete the interest form by next Friday. We want all interested students to be able to attend!

Tim Wagner Selected for Deans’ Teaching Showcase

Dean David Hemmer of the College of Sciences and Arts has selected Tim Wagner, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences (Math), as the featured instructor this week in the Deans’ Teaching Showcase.

Wagner will be recognized at an end-of-term event with other showcase members and is a candidate for the CTL Instructional Award Series.

Wagner regularly teaches lower-division math courses, including Abstract Algebra I and II, Calculus I and II, Introduction to Combinatorics, Introduction to Cryptography, and Quantitative Literacy. He also serves as co-director of the Math Learning Center and as Calculus II coordinator, where he recently developed blended learning materials to provide additional student support.

Wagner’s enthusiasm for teaching is reflected in his consistently high student evaluation scores in end-of-term surveys, where he has often ranked among the top 10% of instructors University-wide. He strives to promote a positive and engaging environment in his classroom. “I work at building rapport with my students by maintaining an optimistic, welcoming and energetic attitude. This helps students stay engaged and eager to learn,” said Wagner. “As I teach, I keep a positive tone. I tell students that it is normal to struggle with difficult material, but also encourage them that they are able to conquer it. I often ask students to explain concepts back to me and give encouragement when they get it right.”

Wagner takes pride in being approachable and available to his students outside of the classroom. “I regularly remind my students of my office hours and encourage them to seek my help if they are struggling. I sometimes offer extended office hours before exams to provide extra assistance, and I regularly host optional exam review sessions,” he said.

Maintaining student motivation for learning is an established teaching strategy that Wagner regularly addresses. In his Cryptography class, concepts like elementary number theory can seem detached from course objectives. “To encourage students that it is important information to learn, I explain that they will use these number theoretic concepts extensively at a later time when studying important cryptosystems,” said Wagner.

Wagner also believes good teachers should be receptive to changing their teaching methods to optimize student learning. “I have on occasion been encouraged by faculty members to adjust some aspects of my teaching. I gratefully listen to their advice and work at improving in the areas they suggest,” he said. Student feedback is also solicited regularly via anonymous surveys midway through the semester. This feedback helps him address issues to help enhance their learning experience. “As I have incorporated these practices in the classroom, the positive influence on student learning has been undeniable,” said Wagner.

Math Department Chair Jiguang Sun noted Wagner’s work in co-developing a secure Zoom-based remote proctoring system during the pandemic as another important contribution. He also developed a training workshop to further support the system’s use in the department. “Dr. Tim Wagner is a wonderful instructor and department citizen. It is my pleasure to nominate him for the Deans’ Teaching Showcase,” said Sun.

Bob Cowling Wins Best Emerging Technology Application Award

Bob Cowling, GIS data librarian in the Geospatial Research Facility, has won the 2023 American Library Association Best Emerging Technology Application Award for the 3D Explorer web application.

The 3D Explorer is an original, custom-built web application that holistically maps and virtualizes library space, as well as the library information assets contained in that space. One might consider the application as a “digital twin” of its physical library counterpart. The application integrates open-source web development technologies with state-of-the-art geographic information systems (GIS) and 3D modeling technologies. Users are empowered to explore and discover the virtual library environment as they would the physical library environment.

Computer Science BS Ranked in Top 10 by Best Accredited Colleges

The Michigan Tech Bachelor of Science in Computer Science has been ranked No. 7 in the 2023 rankings from Best Accredited Colleges, outranking Colorado School of Mines (No. 8), Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University, Cornell and numerous other top U.S. universities.

Best Accredited Colleges uses an objective ranking methodology that considers accessibility, affordability, quality of education and return on investment to ensure that it is highlighting well-rounded schools, according to the organizations's website.

Read more in the Computing News Blog.

PhD Proposal Defense: Yuchen Wang, CS

Department of Computer Science (CS) graduate student Yuchen Wang will present his Ph.D. dissertation proposal next Friday (March 31) from 4-5 p.m. in Rekhi 101.

Virtual attendance is also invited. Join the Zoom meeting.

The title of Wang’s presentation is “Dynamic Memory Management for Key-Value Stores.” Wang is advised by Professor Zhenlin Wang.

Read the proposal abstract on the Computing News Blog.

ACSHF Forum: Grad Student Presentations

The Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences will host two speakers at the next Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors (ACSHF) forum: Nishat Alam and Anne Inger Mørtvedt, both ACSHF graduate students. Their presentations will be from 2-3 p.m. Monday (March 27) in Meese 109 and via Zoom.

Alam will present "Types of Questions Teachers Ask to Engage Students in Making Sense of a Student Contribution."

Mørtvedt will present "Relationship between Program Usability Characteristics and Intention to Use: Preliminary Data Implementing a Sport Injury Prevention Program."

Abstracts can be found on the Cognitive and Learning Sciences News blog!

Technical Lecture with CS Faculty Candidate Phung Lai

Department of Computer Science (CS) faculty candidate Phung Lai will present a technical lecture Tuesday (March 28) at 2 p.m. in Fisher 132 and virtually.

Lai’s research interests focus on trustworthy machine learning with the core of privacy and security. The title of the talk is “Trustworthy Machine Learning through the Lens of Privacy and Security.”

Join the Zoom meeting

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.

Track & Field Opening Outdoor Season at Raleigh Relays, St. Norbert College

The Michigan Tech track and field squads are poised to start the outdoor campaign, with a near-full team traveling to De Pere, Wisconsin, for the St. Norbert's Early Bird Invite tomorrow (March 25). The Huskies will also send a quintet of the distance crew to the Raleigh Relays, which began yesterday (March 23) and end tomorrow in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Field events for the Early Bird Invite will start at 10:30 a.m., with the running events taking place at 11:30 a.m. Live results can be found at Superior Timing.

A livestream of the Raleigh Relays will be available on ESPN, while live results can be found at Flash Results.

"We're ready," head track and field coach Kristina Owen said. "We've been doing a lot of testing over the winter build-up phase. We've had a couple time trials and by all indications our student-athletes across the board and across event groups are ready for the outdoor season to begin, and I think we're going to have a really great year and I'm excited."

"They've put in a ton of work — between cross country and even our track team back in October. They're hungry to show their dividends and hard work," assistant head coach Robert Young added.

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

On the Road

Kathryn Hannum, Mark Rhodes Presenting at American Association of Geographers Conference

This week, Kathryn Hannum and Mark Rhodes (SS) are traveling to Denver, Colorado, for the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers on March 23-27.

With them are Ph.D. student Emma Wuepper (industrial heritage and archaeology), undergraduate students Maya Klanderman (anthropology/sustainability science and society) and Clare Fidler and Anna Kavanaugh (both sustainability science and society), and recent graduate Cally Quayle ’22 (B.S. Anthropology). 

Collectively, they are presenting, chairing and organizing nine events over the course of the conference on subjects from sustainable transit to industrial heritage to cultural impacts of popular culture.

Info on their individual efforts can be found in the event program.


Laura Kasson Fiss Presenting at Midwest Victorian Studies Association Conference

Laura Kasson Fiss (PHC) will present a paper titled "George Grossmith’s Command Performance: Comic Masculinity in Public and Private" at the Midwest Victorian Studies Association's annual conference, being held tomorrow (March 25) in Topeka, Kansas.

As vice president and president-elect of the association, she will also present the Walter L. Arnstein Prize for Dissertation Research in Victorian Studies and attend a board meeting.

New Funding

Zhanping You (CEGE/MTTI) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $62,066 research and development grant from the Michigan Department of Transportation.

The project is titled, "Pavement Demonstration Projects Technical Reports."

Jacob Hiller and Dongzhao Jin (CEGE/MTTI) are co-PIs on this project.

In the News

Jannah Tumey (CEO) was quoted by WJMN Local 3 and WLUC TV6 in stories about Michigan Tech’s Mind Trekkers hosting the Superior Shores Festival at Gwinn High School this past Wednesday (March 22). The STEM event had about 600 local students attend. Tumey also appeared in a segment about the festival aired on the TV6 Early News.


Adam Meckler (VPA) was quoted by ABC 10 in a story previewing Michigan Tech Music’s Don Keranen Memorial Jazz Festival, happening today and tomorrow (March 24 and 25) at 7:30 p.m. at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.


John Jaszczak (Museum/Physics) was quoted by the Iron County Reporter in a story about National Geographic’s recent article highlighting the Keweenaw Peninsula’s volcanic heritage.


Ph.D. candidate Zach Merrill (forest science) was mentioned by MLive in a story about the dendroarchaeology investigation of the McGulpin House on Mackinac Island. Merrill conducted the investigation, which revealed the year the house was constructed.


Michigan Tech’s Workshop Brass Band was mentioned (and pictured!) by Minnesota Monthly in a feature on the Eau Claire Jazz Festival, attended by the band last spring. 


Scuba Diver Life mentioned the Michigan Tech and the Great Lakes Research Center in a story recapping the events leading up to the discovery of the Choctaw shipwreck in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in 2017. 

*****, College Hockey News, and the Daily Mining Gazette ran stories on Michigan Tech hockey’s NCAA Tournament contest at 5 p.m. tonight (March 24) against Penn State. College Hockey News also ran a feature on Ryan O’Connell, a Husky defender who transferred to MTU from Ohio State in summer 2022. 


The Athletic mentioned Michigan Tech in a feature about former Husky basketball player and current NFL draft prospect Jake Witt.


ADVANCE Advocates and Allies Workshops

Have you noticed that different people have vastly different experiences in classes, meetings, informal and formal events, and other interactions on campus? Ever noticed that this is dependent upon visually identifiable characteristics (gender, skin color, etc.)? Would you like to learn more about becoming an ally in the moment and to help intentionally craft the culture at Michigan Tech to position every single individual for success (not just those who fit the "historically typical" mold)?

The ADVANCE Initiative Program is proud to present two workshops, with one goal: “Stand together in the quest for gender and racial equity.”

The first workshop, to be held next Friday (March 31), is for first-time attendees or for those who wish to refresh their understanding on inclusion. The second workshop will be held April 28 for returning attendees who want to deep-dive into strategies for creating an inclusive climate. You are invited to attend one of two sessions in each workshop, held concurrently, to explore the impact of gender and race on faculty members’ experiences of the University campus climate. Through a review of the existing research and group discussions, these sessions will seek to shift the dialogue from individual problems and solutions experienced by underrepresented faculty to seeking to acknowledge and identify institutional challenges and solutions related to gender and racial inequity in higher education.

If you'd simply like to learn more about these issues in a collegial environment, please attend. If you would like to learn strategies to be an ally, attend and bring a friend! You are welcome to participate in both workshops. 

This workshop will be led by Michigan Tech's own Advocate Team members (cisgender-men-only session) and by ADVANCE's PI team/Advocates and Allies Advisory Board members (women and other genders session). Details on Advocates and Allies are available on the ADVANCE webpage.

Lunch will be served at this workshop, so please RSVP in advance.


  • Workshop 1 — ADVANCE Advocates and Allies Introductory Workshop
    • When: Friday, March 31, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    • Where: MUB Alumni Lounge
    • Who: This workshop is intended for faculty and staff who have not attended an ADVANCE Advocates and Allies Workshop in the past.

  • Workshop 2 — ADVANCE Advocates and Allies Deep Dive Workshop
    • When: Friday April 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    • Where: Noblet 143 and 144
    • Who: This workshop is intended for faculty and staff who want to acquire in-depth understanding in creating an inclusive climate.

This workshop is being sponsored by the Advocates Team, the Advocates and Allies Advisory Board (A3B) and the ADVANCE Initiative at Michigan Tech.

ADVANCE at Michigan Tech is an NSF-funded initiative dedicated to improving faculty career success, retention, diversity, equity and inclusion. To learn more about our mission and programming efforts, and to check out our growing collection of resources, email us at, visit our website or stop by our office in Library 102B.


American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Blended Learning Course

Earn your American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification in this three-day intensive training course located at the Michigan Tech SDC Pool on April 14-16. The certification includes Lifeguard/First Aid/CPR/AED certifications and all training materials.

All participants must be 15 years of age or older by the first date of the course (documentation required). Required water skills include the ability to swim 300 yards continuously, tread water for two minutes and complete a timed event in which participants retrieve a 10-pound brick from a depth of 7-10 feet and swim 20 yards with the object.

Online training prerequisites must be completed by the first day of classroom instruction. The instructor will contact class participants with online course information and directions. Class size is limited.

Registration is open now and closes April 6 at 11:59 p.m. Cost is $200 per participant.

For more information visit Michigan Tech Recreation's Lifeguard Certification page.


Figure Skating Club Performing Saturday

The Figure Skating Club of Michigan Tech is delighted to announce they are participating in the Copper Country Skating Academy’s spring show, "World Tour," tomorrow (March 25) at 7 p.m. in the John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

Club members are performing a group number, two duets and a solo by graduating senior Kendra Lachcik. The show will also feature skaters from our community, guests from the L’Anse Baraga Figure Skating Club and guest skater Peyton Johnson.

"World Tour" will feature music from around the world. It is guaranteed to be an entertaining show filled with jumps, spins and lots of smiling skaters.

Tickets are available from any CCSA member or at the door. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students or seniors. Children under 5 are admitted free.


MS Defense: Madelyn Veurink, ECE

M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering candidate Madelyn Veurink will present their master's defense today (March 24) at 2 p.m. in person in MEEM 1021 and virtually via Zoom.

The title of Veurink's defense is "Implementation and Optimization of Multi-Resonance and Phase Control of the Electrical Power Take-off on a WEC Array for Improved Performance."

Veurink is advised by Wayne Weaver.


Chemistry Seminar with Louisa Hope-Weeks

Louisa Hope-Weeks from Texas Tech University will be presenting her seminar "Porous materials: From aerogels to energetic materials" for the next seminar in the Chemistry Seminar Series.

The presentation will be held today (March 24) at 3 p.m. in Chem Sci 101.

From the abstract:
Currently, there are many important applications for low-density, porous materials which exhibit tunable morphologies and composition. The applications for these materials are diverse and include catalysis, sensing, energy storage, filtration, and water purification. To this end, we have investigated a relatively simple process to form monolithic organic and inorganic simple, composite, and complex oxides in various applications. Utilizing this simple technique, sol-gel materials were prepared from cheap readily available starting materials. The gels were dried either by supercritical solvent extraction or by ambient temperature drying. The resulting porous monolithic materials are composed of an interconnecting network of particles with nanoscale dimensions. The materials were characterized via SEM, TEM, XRD, and nitrogen adsorption-desorption isotherms. The analysis shows that the morphology and crystalline nature of the sol-gel materials are dependent on the initial metal salt, the solvent system, and concentration. Calcinating the dried gel often resulted in the crystallization of single or mixed-phase metal oxide; analysis indicates that the calcined materials were nanocrystalline. The average crystallite sizes of these materials were determined from XRD line broadening and were in good agreement with the SEM and TEM results.

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Michigan Tech Art Presents: Snowsports Faculty and Staff Art Show



Art Competition

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Anxiety Screenings

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Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium

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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance by Appointment

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Master's Defense: Madelyn Veurink

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CS Colloquium Lecture: Karem Sakallah, University of Michigan

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NCAA Division I Tournament Pregame Social

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Software Carpentry Workshop in R

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Husky Watch Party for the NCAA Division I Tournament

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Michigan Tech Art Presents: Snowsports Artist Reception



PADI Open Water SCUBA Certification

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Film Board Presents: Violent Night

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BEYOND BORDERS: A Seminar on Immigration Pathway

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Taste of Spring

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Movie Night: Princess Mononoke

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Michigan Tech Music Presents: Don K Jazz Festival feat. Rex Richardson



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