Concrete Canoe Competition Shapes Leaders, Builds Teamwork

24 members of Michigan Tech Concrete Canoe Team stand behind their canoe Card Shark in a competition at a pond near Wayne State University.

Michigan Tech’s Concrete Canoe Team poured, paddled and presented their way to just one point shy of first place among the 13 teams competing in the Eastern Great Lakes Division on March 31.

The team placed first in the technical paper category, finished a close second in races and took third in both prototype and presentation.

Team co-captain Lydia Lamey said one of her favorite parts of the competition was watching each school present. “I love learning about how each team spent their year and a lot can be gained from understanding how each team works,” she said.

Lamey reflects on what students get out of the Concrete Canoe experience at Stories from Husky Nation.

Michigan Tech Research Award and Bhakta Rath Award Announced

The Vice President for Research is pleased to announce the 2023 Michigan Tech Research Award and Bhakta Rath Research Award awardees:

  • Michigan Tech Research Awardee: Petra Huentemeyer, Physics

  • Bhakta Rath Research Awardee: Adambarage Chathura de Alwis and advisor Kathryn Perrine, Chemistry

Thank you to the review committees, as well as those who nominated the nominees, for their time spent on this important internal award process.

For additional information on the two award opportunities, visit Michigan Tech Research Award and/or Bhakta Rath Research Award.

New Unit Forming Within Information Technology

A new unit named Information Systems and Services (ISS) will be formed within the Michigan Tech Information Technology (IT) department, effective Sunday (April 23).

ISS will focus its efforts on information, data, data visualization and data governance. The unit will be led by Interim Director Shellie Hubert and staffed with the current members of the Student Affairs Information Systems (SAIS) department.

In her role as interim director of ISS, Hubert will report to Deputy Chief Information Officer Jarrod Karau. She is also the assistant director of Enterprise Application Services (EAS).

IT welcomes the ISS team to its organization. By bringing this team under the IT umbrella, relationships and collaboration amongst those who support campus information services (IS) activities will strengthen, and the customer service and continual improvement practices found within the IT organization will broaden their reach.

Requests for support and service will continue to be fulfilled as usual.

We are here to help. Contact us at

Nominations Sought for the Richard E. Honrath Jr. Memorial Lecture

Nominations are sought for individuals to present the Richard E. Honrath Jr. Memorial Lecture. This lecture honors Professor Richard E. Honrath, late faculty member of the departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences, and a founding faculty member of the Atmospheric Sciences doctoral program.

Honrath died in a tragic kayaking accident in 2009. The memorial lecture honors his legacy and is presented as part of the Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute (EPSSI) seminar series in the fall term. Nominations of on/off-campus individuals are invited.

Provide nominee name(s), affiliation(s) and a brief description as to how the nominee provides recognition of Honrath's legacy to Judith Perlinger (CEGE), Richard E. Honrath Jr. Memorial Fund steward, at

Summer Hours Begin in May

Beginning May 1, the University will shift to its summer hours schedule.
The core hours of operation will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. All offices must be staffed during these core hours.

Employees are expected to fulfill their usual full-time or part-time obligations. Employee work schedules during this time must be coordinated with, and approved by, their supervisor.

Regular office hours will resume Aug. 14.

University Senate Meeting on Wednesday

The University Senate will convene Meeting 687 at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (April 19) 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 687.

Annual Steam Shutdown

The annual steam shutdown will take place during the week following Spring Commencement, from April 30 through May 5 (weather permitting).

This outage is required to provide maintenance and service of the boilers and steam distribution system on campus. This planned maintenance improves the reliability of our system and reduces the likelihood of an unplanned failure during the winter heating season.

Note: There will not be heat or hot water in the affected buildings during the steam shutdown. There will be no distilled water available from the steam-driven stills. Steam-driven autoclaves/sterilizers will not be operational.

Annual steam shutdown dates/times:

  • Begins: Sunday, April 30, at noon
  • Ends: Friday, May 5, at noon

Buildings affected:

Administration Building
ROTC Building
Academic Office Building
Annex Building
Electrical Energy Resources Center
Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Walker Arts and Humanities Center
Minerals and Materials Engineering Building
Grover C. Dillman Hall
Fisher Hall
J. R. Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library
U. J. Noblet Forestry Building
Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building
R. L. Smith Building (MEEM)
Student Development Complex
Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall
Douglass Houghton Hall
Memorial Union Building
Wadsworth Hall
McNair Hall
Central Heating Plant
Facilities Management
Hillside Place
Great Lakes Research Center

Annual Power Outage

Facilities Management has developed a five-year rotating plan to service the 12,470-volt switchgear and associated breakers on campus. Our campus electrical distribution system depends on this gear being in good working condition.

This work requires a two-night power outage that affects the least number of buildings possible. Please note that in most cases elevators, fume hoods, exhaust fans, ventilation equipment, normal lighting, plug-in appliances, and plug-in equipment will not operate during the outage. Only items connected to the building emergency generator will have power during the outage; the building emergency generators and battery systems that supply power to emergency/egress lighting and special equipment should function as normal. If you are unsure if your equipment connects to the building emergency generator, please contact the Facilities Management Building Mechanic for your building.

Information Technology will be turning off all network equipment in the affected buildings for these outages starting at 5 p.m. You should plan to save any work and shut down your computer systems and exit buildings before the outages. Additionally, some buildings with power will be without phone or internet service.

Only the buildings listed will have their power shut off during the scheduled outages.

There will be two power outages:

Power Outage One

  • Begins: Wednesday, May 3, at 6 p.m.
  • Ends: Thursday, May 4, at 6 a.m.

Power Outage Two

  • Begins: Thursday, May 4, at 6 p.m.
  • Ends: Friday, May 5, at 6 a.m.

Buildings without power:

Administration Building
Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building
J. R. Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library
Memorial Union Building
Student Development Complex
John MacInnes Student Ice Arena
Advanced Technology Development Complex
Kearly Stadium
Gates Tennis Center

Buildings with power but no phone or internet:

Harold Meese Center
Central Heating Plant
Facilities Management
Alumni House
O’Connor House (Grad Commons)
Tech Trails

If there are questions or concerns with this plan, contact Energy Management or Facilities Management at 7-2303.

Preliminary Schedule for Reunion Weekend 2023 Announced

August will be here before we know it, and we are looking forward to celebrating Michigan Tech traditions and reunion milestones with our alumni and friends over Alumni Reunion 2023.

We are happy to share that the preliminary schedule for Alumni Reunion 2023 is now available on our website. From flagship functions like the Pasty Dinner, President's Breakfast and Alumni Awards Ceremony, to new activities like waterfall tours with the Outdoor Adventure Program, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Check out the preliminary schedule today and look for online registration to open in May!

*** If your department plans to host an activity during the 1-4 p.m. Department Open Houses on Aug. 4, please reach out to to share details and submit the form. ***

Final C3 Luncheon for the School Year

Menu for Thursday (April 20):

  • Meat Pasties (Beef and Pork)
  • Veggie Pasties
  • Beet Salad with Arugula, Apples, Pistachios and Feta with Balsamic Vinaigrette (Vegetarian)
  • Cole Slaw (Vegetarian, Gluten Friendly)

Dining Services presents the final C3 Luncheon for the 2022-23 school year, 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

MTU Lifeguards To Receive Red Cross Lifesaving Award

For heroic and lifesaving action at Michigan Tech SDC Pool during a medical emergency last summer, lifeguards Leah Komarzec, Skyler Spitzley and Brett Ceane will receive the Red Cross Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders. The awards will be given in a ceremony at the SDC Pool next Tuesday (April 25) at 3:30 p.m.

Komarzec, Spitzley and Ceane used their American Red Cross training in lifeguarding, first aid, CPR and AED to save the life of an individual experiencing a cardiac complication at the SDC Pool on June 26, 2022.

According to the Red Cross press release announcing the award, the patron survived thanks to the quick actions of the three lifeguards.

An account of the incident was included in the release. Komarzec, the active lifeguard on duty, was notified of a patron with chest pains and activated the facility’s emergency action plan. As she escorted the patron toward a pool exit, they began to lose consciousness.

Spitzley and Ceane were the other lifeguards on duty. Spitzley radioed Public Safety and Police Services, then entered the water to assist. Ceane arrived with a backboard. Together, the three lifeguards retrieved the patron from the pool. Then, after calling 911, Komarzec gathered the AED while Spitzley and Ceane administered CPR. When a Public Safety officer arrived on the scene, they and Komarzec operated the AED and delivered a shock to the patron, after which MTU Emergency Medical Services arrived and took over care.

The Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders is a national recognition. It is the highest award given by the Red Cross to individuals or a group of individuals who save or sustain a life using skills learned in a Red Cross Training Services course. This action exemplifies the highest degree of concern of one human being for another who is in distress.

“We’re extremely proud to present a Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders to these individuals,” said Kathryn Halvorsen, executive director of the Red Cross North Central Region of Wisconsin. “Leah, Skyler and Brett, you exemplify the mission of the American Red Cross to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies. We commend you and your willingness to help another in distress and respond to the emergency. You truly are lifesavers.”

“I don’t have the words to describe how proud I am of them,” said Annie Bengry, aquatics manager at MTU. “Their ability to identify and respond to an unfolding emergency was impeccable. They worked together as a team with speed and confidence. They each played such a vital role in the emergency response that day and because of that, they saved the patron’s life. I am excited that they are being recognized for their amazing acts. These acts would not be possible without the training and resources provided by the American Red Cross.”

Bengry will also be recognized by the Red Cross and will be awarded an instructor lapel pin and certificate for her lifesaving efforts.

2023 Student Leadership Award Recipients Announced

Outstanding students, staff and alumni were honored Friday (April 14) during Michigan Tech’s 29th annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony in the Memorial Union Building Ballroom. Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating their achievements!

Congratulations to all of the 2023 winners:

  • President’s Award for Leadership: Aerith Cruz
  • Provost’s Award for Scholarship: Emma Hayhurst
  • Dean of Students Award for Possibilities: Cayton Scholz
  • Josephine and William Balconi Community Service Award: Jenna Messer
  • Exceptional Enthusiasm as Student Leader Award: Roya Bagheri
  • Exceptional Leadership in Student Governance Award: Cheyenne Scott
  • Student Employee of the Year: Enioluwa Wright
  • Rising Star of the Year: Riley Stichter
  • Outstanding Future Alumni: Kathleen Pakenas
  • Claire M. Donovan Award: Alexandra Marshall
  • Percy Julian Award: Giovanni Diaz
  • Award for Bravery and Kindness in Service to Others: Marco Marquez
  • Exceptional Program of the Year: Engineering Days, presented by Engineering Ambassadors and Society of Women Engineers
  • Student Organization Advisor of the Year: Alexandra Marshall
  • Exceptional Civic Engagement Award: Iranian Community
  • Most Improved Student Organization: Networking and Computing Student Association
  • Student Organization of the Year: American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Keynote speaker Jessica L. Thompson ’12 (B.S., Biological Sciences) was also recognized as the recipient of the 2023 Outstanding Young Alumni Award.

More information about the awards and the recipients can be found on the Student Leadership Awards webpage. We also invite the campus community to save the date for the 30th annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony, which will be held April 12, 2024, in the MUB Ballroom.

MS Defense: Zachary Olson, ChE

M.S. in Chemical Engineering candidate Zachary Olson will present their master's defense at 8 a.m. Thursday (April 20) in person in Chem Sci 201 and virtually via Zoom.

The title of Olson's defense is “Selecting Optimal Distillation Configurations that Minimize the Overall Rate of Entropy Generation.”

Olson is advised by Tony Rogers and Michael Mullins.

MS Defense: Elana Barth, GMES

M.S. in Geology candidate Elana Barth will present a final master's defense at 9 a.m. today (April 18) via Zoom

Barth's defense is titled "Age and Chemistry of Bell Creek Batholith."

Barth is advised by Chad Deering, with Jim DeGraff and Ted Bornhorst as committee members.

From the abstract:
The Southern Complex, located near Marquette, Michigan is the southernmost portion of the Superior Province. This complex is comprised of granitoids and granitic gneiss that vary in composition. In twentieth-century research conducted by Hoffman (1987) and Tinkham (1997) concluded that the Southern Complex contained two units, which the granitoid was emplaced in the granitic gneiss. Recent research conducted by Petryk (2019) determined the Southern Complex has a U-Pb zircon ages of 2600 Ma. Dalle Fratte (2020) concluded the granitic gneiss migmatite texture was a felsic magma mixing with several generations of mafic intrusions that were later deformed. Data from Petryk (2019) and Dalle Fratte (2020) was mostly from M-95, which only accounts for the western portion of the Southern Complex. More geochemical and isotope data was collected from the eastern portion of the Southern Complex and compared with previous studies. The U-Pb zircon ages from the eastern portion of the Southern Complex were approximately 2600 Ma, similar to data from Petryk (2019) and Tinkham (1997). The eastern side also indicates some data with slight variations in geochemistry, which supports Dalle Fratte's (2020) interpretation of the Southern Complex forming during magma mixing between a felsic melt and several generations of a more mafic melt intruding the pluton during or later in its crystallization. 

MSE Seminar with Jordan Peccia

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is hosting a seminar with Professor Jordan Peccia, Yale University, as part of the John and Virginia Towers Distinguished Lecture Series from 1-2 p.m. today (April 18) in M&M 609.

Peccia is the Thomas E. Golden Jr. Professor of Environmental Engineering at Yale University. He currently serves as the chair of Yale’s Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department, and starting July 2023 he will serve as the head of Yale’s Benjamin Franklin College. His research integrates genetics, engineering and public health to study human exposures to bacteria, fungi and viruses in the indoor and outdoor environments.

Peccia is a member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering, associate editor for the journal Indoor Air, and founding chair of the Gordon Conference on Microbiology of the Built Environment. He earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Colorado.

Peccia's presentation is titled "Tracking Infectious Disease Outbreaks Through Wastewater Surveillance."

From the abstract:
The surveillance of wastewater for pathogens can be a new, impactful tool for understanding the epidemiology of infectious disease. This talk will present our experiences with the development of this new technology, including pathogen monitoring, building and calibrating models to predict infections, DNA-based approaches for tracking variants, extending surveillance to a broad variety of pathogens, and collaborating with governments to improve community health.

Women's Tennis Dropped by Lakers, Victorious vs. Bulldogs

No. 44 Michigan Tech women's tennis was defeated by Grand Valley State, but rebounded with a victory over Ferris State to end the regular season.

The Huskies fell 5-2 to No. 20 Grand Valley State on Thursday (April 13) at Gates Tennis Center in GLIAC play. The Huskies swept doubles for the fourth time this season to seize early momentum, but succumbed to the Lakers in singles.

"I thought we competed really well in doubles today," said head coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "Credit to our opponent in singles. We just didn't do quite enough to win."

On Senior Day, the Huskies assembled a 5-2 win over the Bulldogs at Gates Tennis Center on Saturday (April 15). The doubles teams of Neva Manas and Ewa Podulka, and Grace Eland and Dominika Bobik clinched the team doubles point. It was the second straight win over a top 20-ranked doubles opponent for Eland and Bobik.

Eland, Manas, Emily Cojocaru and Lauren Opalewski earned singles victories to secure the win for Tech.

"Taking the doubles point really set us up for success today," said D'Agostini-Yep. "I was really happy with our effort, especially in close singles matches. Hopefully, we can take this positive momentum into the tournament next week."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Men's Tennis Ends Season with Losses to Grand Valley State, Ferris State

Michigan Tech men's tennis closed the regular season with losses to Grand Valley State and Ferris State at Gates Tennis Center.

The Huskies showed flashes of brilliance but ultimately succumbed 6-1 to No. 39 ranked Grand Valley State on Thursday (April 13).

Tech came within a single point of winning the team doubles point, with Vitor Jordao and Nikolai Prosjanykov teaming up to win 6-4 at No. 2. At No. 1, Leon Sell and Eli Pinnoo fought hard, pulling ahead 5-4 — but the Lakers won the next three points, including a return winner up the line off a wide serve on set point.

In singles, Prosjanykov won the Huskies' only victory, picking up his second win of the afternoon at No. 3 with a straight set victory.

"I thought we had a good start in doubles against a difficult opponent," said head coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "Unfortunately, we struggled in close singles matches and weren't able to get over the top. We will have to bring our best if we want to win on Saturday."

The Huskies ended Saturday's match and their season with a 7-0 loss to No. 19 Ferris State. Jordao and Pinnoo both went the distance in singles, but ultimately fell to their opponents.

"Our players knew they were up against a tough team today and I was proud we didn't go down without a fight," said head coach D'Agostini-Yep. "We'll keep working to improve and I'm confident we'll come back stronger next spring."

Read more at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Staff and faculty job descriptions are available on the Human Resources website. For more information regarding staff positions, call 906-487-2280 or email For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Research Security Specialist I, Keweenaw Research Center. Apply online.

Food Service Helper (nine months/ 40 hours/ second shift) #23031RP, 23049RP, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates April 18 to April 24, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal AFSCME applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal AFSCME posting dates). Apply online.

Food Service Helper (nine months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23069RP, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates April 18 to April 24, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal AFSCME applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal AFSCME posting dates). Apply online.

Food Service Helper (12 months/ part-time, no base/ shifts vary) #22305RP-2230RP, #23096-23101, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates April 18 to April 24, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal AFSCME applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal AFSCME posting dates). Apply online.

Senior Administrative Aide (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23102, Residential Education and Housing Services (UAW posting dates April 18 to April 24, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.

Custodian (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23103, Facilities (AFSCME posting dates April 18 to April 24, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal AFSCME applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal AFSCME posting dates). Apply online.

Michigan Technological University is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer that provides equal opportunity for all, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations are available. If you require any auxiliary aids, services, or other accommodations to apply for employment, or for an interview, at Michigan Technological University, please notify the Human Resources office at 906-487-2280 or

In the News

Trish Helsel (VPA) was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in coverage of Michigan Tech Theatre’s production of “Chess” the musical, which ran from April 12-15 at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. Helsel directed the production.


Yun Hang Hu (MSE) and graduate students Hanrui Su and Wei Zhang were mentioned by the Keweenaw Report in a story about the new carbonate superstructured solid fuel cell developed at Michigan Tech. The research was announced by Michigan Tech News.


Undergraduate students Dan Curtiss and Kenzie Garrison and graduate student Anuragh Koppula appeared on WSAW-TV 7 and WAOW TV-9 broadcast segments covering the 2023 Central Wisconsin Science and Engineering Festival. The event, organized by the Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers, offered multiple STEM demonstrations and activities for K-12 students Saturday (April 15) at North Central Technical College in Wausau, Wisconsin.


Bridge Michigan quoted first-year student Maci Cornish (mechanical engineering) in a story about an increase in the portion of STEM degrees awarded to Michigan college graduates.


Ph.D. student Julia Petersen (environmental and energy policy) was interviewed by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about her hiring as the Nature Conservancy’s new Keweenaw Heartlands project manager.


The Daily Mining Gazette mentioned the Michigan Tech Sustainability Demonstration House in a story covering the April 12 Houghton City Council meeting. The SDH was mentioned in relation to a proposed ordinance that would restrict beekeeping in the city.


The Michigan Business Network mentioned Michigan Tech’s Grand Traverse Research Center in a story about the launch of the Fresh Coast Maritime Challenge statewide grant program, which offers funding to projects that support the decarbonization and electrification of both marinas and watercraft across Michigan. 


The Detroit Free Press mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about Detroit-based Ecotek Lab, an organization that helps children develop scientific and critical thinking skills to prep them for leadership positions and business ventures. The story lists MTU as a partner of the organization’s creator.


MLive mentioned Michigan Tech in coverage of the Bay County Sports Hall of Fame’s 2023 induction ballot, which includes former Husky basketball player Mark Wittbrodt ’98 (B.E. Mechanical Engineering), now an engineer at Consumers Energy.


WJMN Local 3 mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about the new commander of the Calumet Michigan State Police post, Jason Wickstrom ’95 (B.S. Business Administration). 


TownLift in Park City, Utah, mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about a lecture by Chris Merritt ’06 (M.S., Industrial Heritage and Archaeology) being given tomorrow (April 19) at the Park City Museum Education and Collections Center.


Faculty on Social Media: Best Practices for Growing a Following

Let’s take a quick glimpse at best practices for Michigan Tech faculty to follow when trying to grow a following on social media. These insights are geared toward faculty members using their using personal social media accounts to share research and thought leader content.

Read about the benefits of being a genuine follower, engaging with your followers and sharing thoughtful content on the Michigan Tech Social Media Blog.


Summer WonderHack Cybersecurity Competition for K-12 Students

Michigan Tech is excited to announce the launch of Summer WonderHack 2023, a new capture-the-flag (CTF) cybersecurity competition. The event is hosted by the GenCyber / CyberHusky Team at Michigan Tech, and all K-12 teachers and students are invited to join in this exciting challenge.

Participants can register an account either individually or as a team and start exploring the competition on the Summer WonderHack 2023 website. There are no predefined time limits for the competition, and the winners will be determined by the highest scores obtained before May 15. Top winners will receive special gifts.

The questions for the competition have been carefully designed to suit the skill level of K-12 students.

For questions, please contact Professor of Applied Computing Yu Cai by email at


2023 CLS Undergraduate Research Symposium

Please join us for the 2023 Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences (CLS) Undergraduate Research Symposium today (April 18) at 3:45-5 p.m. in Meese 110. This poster session will feature research conducted by our undergraduates students enrolled in PSY3001 Research Methods.

Some of the highlights of this symposium include research that:

  • Examines thinking styles and strategies for different problem-solving tasks.
  • Tests whether the anchoring and adjustment heuristic can be influenced by people's knowledge.
  • Examines whether pets can make us smarter, or at least help us feel less impacted by academic stress.
  • Investigates how students were impacted by the pandemic and MTU's COVID-19 policies and response.
  • Studies the bystander response to flashmob behavior on campus.

The full list of presentations/abstracts can be read online.

Today's Campus Events

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Michigan Tech Art Presents: Snowsports Faculty and Staff Art Show



Master's Defense: Elana Barth

Geology Advisor: Chad Deering Age and Chemistry of Bell Creek Batholith Attend Virtually:


Tracking Infectious Disease Outbreaks Through Wastewater Surveillance

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar John and Virginia Towers Distinguished Lecture Series Prof. Jordan Peccia Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering...


Little Huskies Boys Basketball Spring Camp

Learning skills, working as a team, and having fun: that’s Michigan Tech’s Little Huskies Boys’ Basketball Camp! It’s about the best introduction to basketball you can...


Engineers Without Borders General Meeting

Engineers Without Borders General Meeting