Vice President for Student Affairs Search Committee Announced

The following individuals have agreed to serve on the Vice President for Student Affairs search committee:

  • Suzanne Sanregret — President's Council representative
  • Courtney Archambeau — University Senate staff representative
  • Laura Putwen — Division of Student Affairs representative
  • Nick Stevens — President's Council representative
  • Robert Hutchinson — University Senate faculty representative
  • Konraad VanDyke — Undergraduate Student Government student representative
  • Matt Sisson — Graduate Student Government student representative
  • Susan Sullivan — Equal Opportunity Compliance and Title IX representative (ad hoc)
  • Megan Goke — Human Resources representative (ad hoc)

The position is currently open to Michigan Tech employees who meet the minimum qualifications. The committee will meet at the end of September to consider all internal applicants.

About Michigan Tech's Emergency Operations Center

Did you know that Michigan Tech has a team on campus that meets regularly to discuss, plan for and train for emergencies? Michigan Tech’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is staffed by a standing body of qualified campus partners whose goal is to keep the campus prepared for all types of hazards, ensuring that the University can quickly respond and recover from emergencies.

While not always visible, the EOC is constantly busy behind the scenes, working to prepare Michigan Tech for a variety of incidents.

Some of this work includes:

  • Conducting tabletop exercises
  • Attending trainings
  • Reviewing case studies
  • Inviting guest speakers to brief the EOC about incidents they have encountered in their jurisdiction
  • Conducting functional exercises with other community partners (i.e., fire stations, hospitals, health departments, etc.)
  • Acquiring appropriate technology/equipment to maximize mitigation and response efforts
  • Prepare event action plans for large events (i.e., sports, Winter Carnival, commencement, etc.)

In addition to working behind the scenes, the EOC becomes fully activated when:

  • an emergency requires a multi-agency response;
  • an emergency will have a prolonged response and recovery period;
  • when a local or state emergency is declared; or
  • when the EOC’s activation will be advantageous to the successful management of an incident.

Once activated, the EOC operates as a force multiplier, assisting first responders with whatever needs they may need to ensure the damage caused by an incident is minimized. While on-scene operations are conducted by an incident command team (ICT), the EOC supports and helps coordinate ICT functions by facilitating communications between emergency responders, University officials and the community, ensuring critical information is shared in a timely fashion.

Because every situation and incident is unique, the EOC is also highly adaptable and can be fully or partially activated; and, in some instances, a task force or working group rather than an EOC may be more appropriate.

As a standing practice, the EOC is partially activated for all major events at Michigan Tech, such as commencement, K-Day, Career Fair, Winter Carnival, hockey, football, etc.

For more information about what an EOC is and its function during an emergency, please visit the Federal Emergency Management Association website.

If you or your department would like to know more about Michigan Tech’s EOC or would like a member of the EOC to come speak at one of your meetings, please reach out to Deputy Chief Reid DeVoge at

Distinguished and University Professor Nominations Sought

Nominations will be accepted for two titles recognizing the achievements of some of Michigan Tech’s most outstanding faculty members.

The Distinguished Professor title recognizes outstanding faculty members who have made substantial contributions to the University and their discipline but are not presently recognized through an endowed position or faculty fellowship. Deans are encouraged to acknowledge the achievements of distinguished professors by contributing discretionary funds to support the recipients’ research, teaching or outreach.

The University Professor title recognizes faculty members who have made outstanding scholarly contributions to the University and their discipline over a substantial period of time. Recipients of this award are eligible to receive $10,000 annually from the Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, which can be used to support university professors' research and/or creative work. In addition, deans are encouraged to supplement each university professor’s salary with an annual bonus of $5,000.

Nominations for both positions must be submitted to your respective dean by Oct. 20. Nomination packets will be reviewed by the Deans Council and an advisory committee organized by President Koubek. Eligibility and application/reappointment requirements, as well as additional information, can be found online.

CAMS Offering Statistical Consulting Service for Fall 2023

The Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics (CAMS) is pleased to announce that the free statistical consulting service provided to the MTU research community will continue for fall 2023. The purpose of this service is to foster collaborations between the members of CAMS and the researchers from other centers/departments/colleges at MTU.

What we do:

  • Help with experimental design (including power analysis and sample size determination).
  • Help with data analysis with appropriate and clean data sets.
  • Provide guidance and suggest statistical methods for data analysis and visualization.
  • Provide guidance on appropriate statistical language for manuscripts.

Consulting will be offered from 4-5 p.m. on the following Tuesdays and Wednesdays of the semester:

September: 19, 20, 26, 27
October: 3, 4, 10, 1117, 18, 24, 2531
November: 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 28, 29
December: 5, 6

Meetings on dates with links will be conducted via Zoom. All others will be face-to-face meetings held in Fisher 312.

Request for Proposals: Research Excellence Fund

Proposals are being solicited for the Research Excellence Fund (REF) program, an internal award of the Vice President for Research Office.

Proposals must be started and routed for approval in Cayuse by the internal deadline of Sept. 28. Final proposals are due no later than 5 p.m. Oct. 5, and must be uploaded electronically in Cayuse. This due date will be strictly enforced based on the timestamp marked in the Cayuse system. Early submission is encouraged.

Please note that the program has changed in a number of ways in recent years. Be sure to download the current documents and review the current guidance carefully. Changes implemented this fall include a limit of one REF Research Seed award per principal investigator during their eligibility period; expansion of Scholarship and Creativity Grant eligibility to include teaching faculty; and the addition of an optional presubmission review for compliance with REF guidelines.

For additional information, see the Research Excellence Fund webpage. Questions can be directed to

Mobile Vaccine Clinic and Autism Awareness Training

On Wednesday (Sept. 13) the Autism Alliance of Michigan and Wayne State University will be on Michigan Tech’s campus promoting autism awareness training and a free vaccine clinic.

Vaccine Clinic
The vaccine clinic will take place on the sidewalk right outside of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Autism Awareness
The Autism 101 training will be offered in the Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building at noon in Dow 641 and then again at 7 p.m. in Dow 642.

Questions? Please reach out to Belinda Lee at the Autism Alliance of Michigan at

What is the University Events Calendar?

The University Events Calendar is a great place to advertise your department's events that are hosted or sponsored by Michigan Tech. This crowdsourced events calendar is meant for attendable events that need public advertising — not deadlines, private events or internal events such as staff meetings. Events listed can be virtual, in-person or hybrid.

If there is someone in your department who should be in charge of adding events, you can request event admin access by emailing with the person's name, email address and department. Further details about adding events will then be provided.

Events from the University Events Calendar can be fed onto your department website and, space permitting, they will automatically appear under "Today's Campus Events" in Tech Today on the day the event takes place. Additional tips for promoting your event can be found online.

Please note: Events hosted by student organizations should be posted on Involvement Link. The University Events Calendar will automatically import Involvement Link events each night.

Homecoming Team and Court Registration Open!

Homecoming is three and a half weeks away, and this year’s theme is 101 Huskies (think "101 Dalmatians"), so look for a few events to have a doggy flair.

Team registration and Homecoming Court registration applications are open now on Involvement Link (see forms on the left panel of Involvement Link).

Important Homecoming Dates:

  • Sunday, Sept. 24, to Saturday, Sept. 30
    • Look for Homecoming events to participate in and/or spectate at. Check Involvement Link for more information about upcoming events.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 13
    • There is a mandatory Homecoming Court meeting at 3 p.m. in the MUB Alumni Lounge.
  • Thursday, Sept. 14
    • The deadline to apply to serve on the Homecoming Court is noon on Involvement Link.
  • Friday, Sept. 15
    • There is a mandatory Homecoming Team meeting at 6 p.m. in Wads G11W.
    • The deadline to register teams for Homecoming competitions is 11:59 p.m.

For more information, please email Amy Hjerstedt, Student Leadership and Involvement coordinator, at or call 906-487-2831.

ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker: Wayne Weaver

The next Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) Graduate Seminar speaker will present at 4 p.m. today (Sept. 7) in MEEM 112.

Wayne Weaver will present "Policies and Procedures of the MEEM Graduate Program."

Weaver is currently a professor, associate department chair and director of graduate studies in the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Technological University.

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Virtual Workshop on Lean Fundamentals

The Office of Continuous Improvement is offering a virtual workshop, "Processes, Flow, and Waste: Lean Fundamentals (Virtual)," on Sept. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Practice visualizing the fundamental Lean concepts of flow and waste and see how you can apply them to your job right away. These tools can assist you in your efforts to create the best possible experience for students, faculty, staff and other customers.

To see the workshop description and register, complete the brief sign-up form or visit our website. Once registered, we'll add you to a calendar event for the course.

This workshop will be taught virtually using Zoom and Miro. You'll receive a certificate after completing a small post-workshop assignment. There's no cost to Michigan Tech employees.

This stand-alone workshop is part of the Lean Basics workshop series. It can be taken independently, or, if you complete all five workshops in the series, we’ll award you a Lean White Belt certificate! For more information, email

Volleyball Traveling to Up North Tournament

Michigan Tech volleyball is headed west for the Up North Tournament hosted by Minnesota Duluth. It will be the Huskies' second straight four-match weekend.

MTU plays No. 7 Minnesota Duluth on tonight (Sept. 7) at 8:30 p.m. at Romano Gym. Tomorrow (Sept. 8), they'll face No. 5 St. Cloud State at 3:30 p.m. The weekend wraps up Saturday (Sept. 9), with Tech playing against Southern New Hampshire at 10:30 a.m. and No. 23 Central Washington at 6 p.m.

The Huskies' Up North Tournament matches will be streamed on the NSIC Network.

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Job Posting

Job Posting for Thursday, Sept. 7, 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.

Director for Charitable Giving, Office of Advancement. 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

New Funding

Amy Marcarelli (BioSci/GLRC) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $300,000 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation.

The project is titled "MSA: Quantifying whole-stream denitrification and nitrogen fixation with integrated modeling of N2 and O2 fluxes."

Michelle Kelly (BioSci/GLRC) is a co-PI on this potential two-year project.


Aleksandr Sergeyev (AC) is the PI on a project that has received a $999,930 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation.

The project is titled "Beginnings Track: Experiential Learning for the Mechatronics Workforce in the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan."

Vinh Nguyen (ME-EM), David Labyak (MMET), Paniz Hazaveh (AC) and
Linda Wanless (CTL) are co-PIs on this three-year project.

In Print

Soonkwan Hong (COB), associate director for the Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC), is the author of an article published in the journal Consumption Markets and Culture.

The article is titled "Transcendence up for sale: cracking the onto-existential codes for Übermensch."

In the News

The Mining Journal picked up a Daily Mining Gazette feature story about the hiring of Adjunct Instructor Adam Laplander (COB) as CEO of Houghton’s Canal View skilled nursing facility. Laplander’s first day as CEO was Sept. 1.


WLUC TV6 aired an interview with entrepreneur Jacob Soter ’19 ’20 (B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, MBA), founder of SwimSmart. The company’s initial product — a traffic light-esque beach warning system to communicate water safety — was the subject of a 2021 Michigan Tech News story.


The Athletic mentioned Michigan Tech in a story speculating on the future of the Los Angeles Kings’ defensemen, including former Husky Matt Roy.


2023 CTL Instructional Awards and Luncheon Announced

The Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) congratulates the following 2023 Deans' Teaching Showcase members who have been selected to receive 2023 CTL Instructional Awards.

  • Elham Asgari (COB) — Innovative or Out of Class Teaching
  • Tim Wagner (Math) — Large Class Teaching
  • Pasi Lautala (CEGE) and Radheshyam Tewari (ME-EM) — Curriculum Development and Assessment

This year's recipients will present an overview of the efforts that led to their teaching awards at a CTL Lunch and Learn event on Tuesday (Sept. 12) at noon in the MUB Alumni Lounge. Each presenter will receive formal recognition and a cash award.

Please register in advance to attend the luncheon.

The CTL would also like to thank previous instructional award recipients who were instrumental in the selection process.

We're looking for nominations for the upcoming 2024 Deans' Teaching Showcase during spring semester. Please consider suggesting (to your dean or chair) instructors whom you've seen make exceptional contributions in curriculum development, assessment, innovative or out-of-class teaching, or large class teaching.

Contact the CTL at for more information.


ADVANCE Partnership Webinar: 'Validity and Fairness in Promotion and Tenure'

Join us for an exciting talk: "Exploring Fairness and Validity in Promotion and Tenure: Where and When is Fairness in Jeopardy?" on Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. EST. All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend; chairs and members of tenure, promotion and reappointment (TPR) committees are strongly encouraged to attend.

Please register to attend this virtual presentation.

Esteemed researchers Christiane Spitzmueller, vice provost for academic affairs and atrategy at the University of California, Merced, and Juan Madera, the Curtis L. Carlson Endowed Professor at the University of Houston, will be presenting. They will share insights from a comprehensive study featuring 10,000-plus external review letters (ERLs) across 2,000-plus promotion cases from 10 universities.

A couple of highlights from the research include:

  • LatinX and Black faculty are substantially less likely to be favorably evaluated by promotion and tenure (P&T) committees than majority faculty. These effects are particularly pronounced for women of color and for unanimous P&T voting outcomes.
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion language in external review letters is more common in letters for LatinX and Black faculty, and more DEI language in letters is linked to more negative P&T outcomes for Black and LatinX faculty but not for white or Asian faculty.
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship activities are not rewarded in P&T processes, with faculty with patents and innovation language in their ERLs having a much lower likelihood of being favorably reviewed.


MSGC Funding Opportunities: Applications Now Open!

The Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) aims to foster awareness of, education in and research on space and Earth-related science and technology in Michigan.

Funding opportunities are available in the following categories:

Undergraduate fellowship, graduate fellowship, pre-college education, public outreach, teacher training and research seed grants.

2023 Deadlines:

  • Wednesday, Nov. 8, by noon — Internal deadline for undergraduate and graduate fellowship proposals.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 18, by  noon — All other submissions.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 15, by 5 p.m. — Final materials, after review and approval by the Sponsored Programs Office (SPO), must be uploaded to MSGC by the applicant.

Proposals exceeding stated page limits or submitted without prior review by Michigan Tech will not be considered for funding. Women, underrepresented minorities and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply to all MSGC funding opportunities. Only U.S. citizens are eligible to apply for fellowship grants.

New for 2023! All proposals must be processed internally through Cayuse.

For instructions detailing proposal submission procedures and requirements, visit the Resources for the Michigan Space Grant Consortium webpage.

For more information, contact Mia Kemppainen in the Graduate School at or call 906-487-2326.


Rozsa Hosting GeekU.P. Mini-Con Charity Event

The fifth annual GeekU.P. Mini-Con Charity Event will be held at Michigan Tech's Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday (Sept. 9) from 12-7 p.m.

GeekU.P. celebrates geek culture, offering an artists' alley, vendors, cosplay contest, celebrity Q&A sessions, autograph sessions and more.

This year's charity recipient is Unite Mental Health and Wellness, located in Houghton. Unite Mental Health and Wellness is a nonprofit mental health service organization committed to helping individuals in our community connect to non-emergency mental health care. Partnering with providers both locally and remotely, they support professionals and services currently available in our community while filling in the gaps where care may be lacking.

GeekU.P. has an exciting celebrity guest lineup this year and they will take part in Q&A sessions and autograph signings for attendees. Visit the GeekU.P. website to see who's attending.

"We're very excited about what we have in store for GeekU.P. this year," said Shana Porteen, GeekU.P. co-founder and owner of Black Ice Comics & Books in Houghton. "We want to welcome folks of all ages to GeekU.P. to come have a great time. Even if it's been years since you read a comic, or you've never played a video game, we can't wait to share the fun, have folks meet our fabulous celebrities, and help us raise money for Unite Mental Health and Wellness."

"I'm thrilled to celebrate local arts and culture in the community I grew up in! I certainly hope to inspire and provide insight for budding artists who may be thinking of a related career path," said Patricia Summersett, GeekU.P. co-founder and guest celebrity. "Shana and I dreamed up this event several years ago and I'm amazed how the festival has evolved so considerably. I'm excited to imagine how it may grow and expand in years to come!"

More information and the developing schedule can be found at the GeekU.P. website. Tickets can be purchased at the door using cash or credit.


BioSci Seminar Series Speaker: Adriana San Miguel

Adriana San Miguel will present as part of the Department of Biological Sciences (BioSci) Seminar Series today (Sept. 7) from 3-4 p.m. in the Great Lakes Research Center, GLRC 202.

San Miguel will present "High-content analysis of neurodegeneration and stress in C. elegans."

San Miguel is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at North Carolina State University. She is also part of the NC State's Synthetic and Systems Biology Cluster. Her work combines engineering and biology and focuses on developing tools to perform high-throughput automated experiments with the model organism C. elegans. These tools are used to better understand aging, stress and neurodegeneration. 

San Miguel received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico and obtained a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Georgia Tech, where she worked with Sven Behrens. She trained as a postdoctoral fellow with Hang Lu at Georgia Tech and with Marc Vidal at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She has received several awards, which include the NIA K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award, DOD New Investigator Award, the AMED Interstellar Initiative on Healthy Longevity, and a Goodnight Early Career Innovator Award.

From the abstract:
C. elegans has served as a crucial model organism to understand a plethora of fundamental biological phenomena. In particular, these nematodes are excellent model systems to study aging and neurodegeneration. Being transparent and amenable to easy genetic manipulation, C. elegans allows analysis of many biological processes by in vivo microscopy. In our work, we incorporate microfluidics and machine learning to enable rapid quantitative analysis and sorting of individual C. elegans in high-throughput. These systems allow the analysis of complex and subtle phenotypes at the cellular and subcellular level from fluorescent images, and the genetic pathways that modulate them. While C. elegans is commonly used, most analyses focus on rough readouts, such as viability. Combining high-resolution microscopy with computer vision presents an opportunity to look deeper into the effects of environmental and genetic perturbations in C. elegans. In this talk, I will present work on high-content pipelines for analysis of aging, stress, and neurodegeneration induced by environmental exposures, which have revealed robust evidence of the link between structure and function in neurons and early biomarkers for aging.


CFRES Seminar with Kristin Brzeski

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (CFRES) will host a seminar at 12:30 p.m. today (Sept. 7) in Noblet G002 with speaker Kristin Brzeski, assistant professor, CFRES.

The title of Brzeski's talk is: "Wolves, Bears, Ticks—Oh my! Wildlife Genetics and Biodiversity Conservation in the Keweenaw and Beyond."

Brzeski is a conservation geneticist who conducts research at the intersection of applied conservation and wildlife ecology. She uses genomic and epigenetic sequencing, noninvasive genetics and a variety of field-based techniques to unravel the ecology of little-known species and protect endangered wildlife.

With a primary focus on wild canid genetics, Brzeski has made significant contributions in her field as director of the Gulf Coast Canine Project and contributor to the Canine Ancestry Project. In addition to her canid research, she is a co-founder of Biodiversity Initiative, an NGO focused on the protection of biodiversity in Central Africa through the collaborative creation, study and management of protected areas.

In this talk, Brzeski will discuss her current research and future directions in the field of wildlife conservation.


Presidential Council of Alumnae Inducting Eight

The Office of Alumni Engagement is excited to announce the eight honorees who will be inducted into the Presidential Council of Alumnae (PCA) during the 2023 PCA Induction & Meetings taking place next Thursday and Friday (Sept. 14-15).

PCA members are recognized for exceptional personal and professional achievements in all facets of life — including education and career excellence, community involvement, volunteerism and their past involvement as a student, as well as their current relationship with Michigan Tech.

The 2023 inductees are: 

  • Marissa Gecse (Graziano) '16
  • Gretchen Hein '96
  • Teresa Karjala (Plumley) '87
  • Linda Kennedy '91
  • Kristin Kolodge (Schwalbach) '95
  • Kristen Mariuzza (Dolkey) '98
  • Nicole Lopez '08
  • Helena Seiver (Kaplan) '94

Learn more about these eight exceptional graduates on the PCA webpage.


Physics Colloquium with Eric Morris

Eric Morris from the Washington University School of Medicine will be presenting at this week's Physics Colloquium. The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. today (Sept. 7) in Fisher 139.

Morris's presentation is titled "Medical Physics: To Spare or to Treat the Heart, that is the Question."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.


MUB Room Reservation Software Transition

The Memorial Union Building (MUB) is transitioning to a new reservation software on Monday (Sept. 11). The current reservation software is down through Sunday (Sept. 10) in an effort to ensure all current reservations are in the new system.

If you need to make a reservation on or before Sunday, please contact the Memorial Union office at For weekend events, please contact us before 5 p.m. today (Sept. 7). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Additional details for how to reserve meeting space in the new software will be coming soon.


Registration Closing for Fall Session 1 Adult Huskies Aquatics Programs

Registration for Huskies Aquatics adult programs for Fall Session 1 closes today (Sept. 7). Don't forget — sign up now!

Registration for youth programs closed yesterday (Sept. 6). 

Openings are available in the following adult programs:

Questions? Contact Aquatics Manager Annie Bengry at or 906-487-2995.

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