Introducing MTU Wellness 360, the University's New Employee Incentive Program

The Benefits Services office would like to introduce MTU Wellness 360, the new and improved employee incentive program formerly known as Husky Health.

MTU Wellness 360 is free, voluntary and confidential. The program helps qualifying, benefits-eligible faculty and staff learn about their health and well-being, encourages them to take steps to improve or maintain it, and offers monetary rewards of up to $450 for participating in incentive options.

The goal of MTU Wellness 360 is to encourage sustainable, healthy lifestyles to help prevent chronic disease and other health conditions as well as manage rising health care costs. Additionally, MTU Wellness 360 strives to provide faculty and staff with valuable tools and resources to support their emotional, social and financial well-being.

To streamline the program’s recording and reporting aspect, MTU Wellness 360 utilizes a Google form instead of the paper forms used in prior incentive programs. To earn up to $450, participants will simply check off the activities they completed between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2023, and submit the electronic form.

The last day to submit your MTU Wellness 360 form for 2023 will be Jan. 9, 2024. Payouts are expected to arrive in late February. Tax-free payout options include lump sums deposited into an employee’s Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Taxable payout options include Tech Bucks or Keweenaw Cash.

For more information about Lunch and Learns, wellness tips, fitness programs and more, check out the MTU Wellness 360 website or follow Michigan Tech Wellness on Facebook.

Questions? Contact Benefits Services at or 906-487-2517.

CC Announces Launch of Undergraduate Research Journal

The College of Computing (CC) is pleased to announce the launch of the Infinite Loop Online Journal for Undergraduate Research and Applied Computing. The initiative reflects the college’s commitment to fostering academic excellence, intellectual rigor and research-based learning among undergraduate students. The Infinite Loop aims to serve as a premier platform for showcasing the research contributions of undergraduate students in the computing field and related disciplines.

A distinguishing feature of the Infinite Loop Online Journal is its inclusivity. The Loop welcomes submissions from undergraduates of all majors. Its scope includes interdisciplinary research and applications of computing in diverse fields such as data science, health informatics, information technology and digital humanities. This all-encompassing approach acknowledges the ubiquitous impact of computing technologies in various aspects of human life and societal progress.

To honor and motivate outstanding contributions, the journal is introducing awards for the following categories:

  • Best Research Paper: Recognizing excellence in original research that contributes to the knowledge base in computing or related disciplines.

  • Best Applied Computing Paper: Rewarding contributions that apply computing technologies to solve real-world problems.

  • Best Interdisciplinary Paper: Celebrating research that bridges computing with other fields of study, resulting in innovative solutions or new understandings.

Submission Guidelines
The Infinite Loop is seeking submissions of original undergraduate research papers. Papers should describe student research conducted at Michigan Tech or an independent applied computing project of significant depth.

The deadline for fall 2023 submissions is Nov. 3 at 11:59 p.m. All papers will undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the highest standards of academic integrity and quality.

Submissions should be 1,000 to 8,000 words in length (not including references), conform to IEEE Style Guidelines, contain at least 10 references, and have at least three figures, tables or code snippets.

For more information about submission guidelines, paper templates, the review process and other details visit, the Infinite Loop website or email

New Graduate Student Scholarship Available in Digital Commons

The Graduate School is proud to announce the publication of 55 new dissertations, theses and reports in Digital Commons @ Michigan Tech, the University’s institutional repository. These works represent the culmination of scholarly research for 23 Ph.D. students, 32 master’s students and 61 faculty advisors. We hope you take time to explore the exceptional work of Michigan Tech’s newest scholars.

Michigan Tech alums will join the more than 5.5 million dissertations available on Web of Science — the streamlined platform newly integrating research from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global. This promises to make searching and discovering emerging trends in research more accessible, providing a deeper pool of relevant research across disciplines. The Michigan Tech community has access to the Web of Science through the Van Pelt and Opie Library.

The next round of graduate students are actively preparing their own publications. Access to the recent Submission 101 seminar recording is now available to guide candidates through the submission process — from planning their defense to submitting their final document.

Vice President for Student Affairs Candidate Open Forum on Wednesday

Michigan Tech has invited a candidate to interview for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA).

Please mark your calendar to attend Laura Bulleit’s campus forum on Wednesday (Oct. 11) at 1:30 p.m. in Admin 404. The presentation will last approximately 30 minutes with a 15-minute Q&A to follow.

DoD SMART Scholarship Application Writing Support

The Graduate School is providing writing support to students who are interested in applying for the U.S. Department of Defense Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (DoD SMART) Scholarship for Service.

About the DoD SMART Scholarship:
The program offers scholarships for bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. students pursuing STEM. While in school, students will receive full tuition and educational expenses reimbursement, monthly stipends ($30,000-$46,000 per year), health insurance, book allowances, mentorship and summer internships that range from eight to 12 weeks. Upon degree completion, scholars begin working in a civilian position with their sponsoring facility.

For complete details, visit

Application Due Date: Friday, Dec. 1, at 5 p.m. EST

Questions? Contact Sarah Isaacson at

CSA Dean Search Kickoff Meeting

The College of Sciences and Arts (CSA) Dean Search Committee will be holding an open meeting for Michigan Tech faculty, staff and students today (Oct. 5) at 12:15 p.m. in Fisher 139.

This will be the search committee's kickoff meeting, and it will include initial discussions regarding the job description and the search process.

GLRC/ICC Rapid Seedling Research Funding

Applications for the Great Lakes Research Center/Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (GLRC/ICC) 2024 Spring Semester Rapid Research Seedling Funding Opportunity are due Nov. 1.

The intent of this funding is to provide faculty and research staff funds for idea development and data collection that will quickly enable large externally sponsored funding requests.

Proposals will be accepted from Michigan Tech tenured, tenure-track and research faculty, and research scientists and engineers. Any individual researcher is eligible to receive up to one award per calendar year as a principal investigator (PI).

Awards will be announced within one month of the funding cycle deadline. Projects should have a duration of one semester with request amounts not to exceed $10,000.

Awardees must be an affiliated member of the GLRC and/or ICC and are expected to assign a Center/Institute of the GLRC or ICC to any subsequent proposals and awards generated using the data developed/enabled with the rapid seedling funding.

The application form, additional information and instructions can be found in the Member Resources section of the GLRC Institute webpage and on the ICC website. Please send questions to

Showcase[AI]: Day 2 Preview

Thank you to everyone who attended the exciting kickoff to Showcase [AI] yesterday (Oct. 4) at the Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC).

Showcase[AI] Day 2 Events
Today (Oct. 5), events will kick off at 11 a.m. with a webinar from Bill Spotz, program manager at the U.S. Department of Energy. A fascinating panel titled "Women in IT and Tech" will follow at 12:15 p.m., featuring a lineup of five awesome guests and moderated by Linda Ott (CS). At 4 p.m., Jennifer Weller, program officer for NSF BIO, will be hosting a talk that is sure to be of interest to many.

See the full Showcase[AI] schedule.

These events, besides the virtual webinar, will take place in GLRC 201/202. Be there or be square, as they say!

This Week's C3 Luncheon Menu

Menu for Thursday (Oct. 5):

  • Herb Crusted Chicken Breast
  • Tortellini Primavera
  • Caesar Salad (Contains Egg, Dairy, Wheat, Fish, Soy)
  • Parmesan Polenta (Contains Dairy)
  • Chef Vegetables
  • Breadsticks (Contains Dairy, Egg, Wheat)

Join Carved and Crafted Catering at Michigan Tech for this week's C-Cubed Luncheon today (Oct. 5) 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 C-Cubed, or C3, lunch buffet menus are created and prepared by chef Luis Delgado 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 and cookies are available free to all attendees.

The buffet lunch is $15 per person. Cash, credit cards and gift cards are accepted. Gift cards can be purchased in the Memorial Union Office (MUB 101).

To join the C-Cubed Google Group and receive weekly menus, please complete the C-Cubed Luncheon Email List form.

Registration Open for Professional Development Day

Registration is now available for Professional Development Day, a day of professional development opportunities for faculty and staff to improve their skills and knowledge through training sessions. The sessions will be led by Michigan Tech faculty and staff and provide development in a learning-centered peer-to-peer environment. Professional Development Day will be from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Oct. 19.

Topics include "A Study of 'The Five Dysfunctions of a Team,'" "Discovering the AI Tools in Our Midst," and "An Intro to Restorative Practices." Check out the full list of presentations and the keynote, and register for individual sessions. All staff and faculty are welcome! 

Registration will be open until Professional Development Day, but we recommend registering by next Friday (Oct. 13) so you can reserve your seat for each session you would like to attend.

EPSSI Seminar with XingChao Chen

Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute (EPSSI) guest XingChao Chen, associate professor in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Pennsylvania State University, will give a talk on Monday (Oct. 9) at 4 p.m. in M&M U113.

Event details can be viewed on the University Events Calendar.

Chen's talk is titled "Deepening Insights into Tropical Convection: Leveraging Satellites, High-Resolution Models, and Data Assimilation Techniques."

From the abstract:
Tropical convection plays a major role in Earth’s water and energy cycles. It redistributes energy, moisture, and momentum vertically, and produces tremendous amounts of precipitation in the tropics. Heating released by tropical convection is the major driver of the atmospheric general circulation, and clouds associated with tropical convection modulate considerably the global radiation balance. However, tropical convection often occurs over regions with sparse in situ observations. As a result, our knowledge of the physical processes governing the evolution of tropical convection is still incomplete, and accurate model predictions of tropical convection remain elusive.

In this talk, I will introduce some of our recent work examining the intricate interplay between tropical convection and the large-scale environment. Using a recently developed satellite-based global cloud tracking and classification dataset, I will show that shallow, isolated deep, and organized convection play sequential roles in the precipitation-moisture coupling cycle over the tropics. Organized convection (i.e., mesoscale convective systems, or MCSs) becomes the dominant precipitation type as the troposphere approaches saturation, with a rapid increase in MCS precipitation area. We further found that, in addition to moisture, environmental deep-layer (~surface-400 hPa) wind shear also plays a crucial role in modulating the precipitation of tropical MCSs, mainly by enhancing the heavy precipitating convective activity within MCSs. Using high-resolution models, I will further show how the organization of tropical deep convection will modulate vertical mass, water, and energy transports, and further influence the onset of monsoon systems.

In the second half of the talk, I will discuss the limitations of using either satellite observations or numerical models to study tropical convection. To address these limitations, data assimilation is emerging as a valuable statistical approach that integrates information from both observations and model simulations to provide more accurate insights into tropical convection. Using data assimilation, we have recently developed a new reanalysis dataset of tropical convection. This dataset serves as an important tool for our group to study the scale interactions between tropical convection and its environment. I will illustrate this with an interesting case study where gravity waves play an important role in modulating the formation of a tropical cyclone.

Football Readies for Clash at Wayne State

The Michigan Tech football team is taking a trip downstate for a matchup against Wayne State in Detroit, Michigan, at Tom Adams Field.

The game is slated for a 1 p.m. kickoff on Saturday (Oct. 7).

Fans can listen in at Mix 93.5 WKMJ-FM or online at The game will also be livestreamed on FloSports (a subscription is required — discounts are available for students).

Read the preview at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Thursday, Oct. 5, 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.

Software Developer – Center for Technology and Training, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering. Apply online.
Contact: Amy Spahn

Administrative Aide, Graduate School. Apply online.
Contact: Ashli Wells

Director for Charitable Giving, Office of Advancement. Apply online.

Food Service Helper (12 months/ part-time, no base/ shifts vary) #23269–#23273, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 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/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23123RP, 23188RP, 23189RP, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 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.

Custodian (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23274, Facilities Management (AFSCME posting dates Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 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.

Custodian (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23275, Facilities Management (AFSCME posting dates Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 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/ second shift) #23207RP, 23208RP, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 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

Tim Havens (CS/GLRC/ICC) was quoted by the Keweenaw Report in a story covering the opening of Showcase[AI] at Michigan Tech. The event continues today and tomorrow (Oct. 5-6), featuring speakers, panels, workshops and interactive events on artificial intelligence and its impacts. Showcase[AI] was previewed in a Michigan Tech News story.


Mark Miron (BioSci) was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about a four-hour community grief awareness workshop held Sept. 30 in Houghton.


Jeremy Bos (ECE) was quoted by the ’Gander in a story rehashing the 2010 debunking of the Paulding Light by a team of Michigan Tech students. Bos, then a Ph.D. candidate in electrical engineering at Tech, led the student investigation of the legendary phenomenon.


Professor Emeritus Barry Solomon (SS) was quoted by WalletHub in the “Ask the Experts” section of a story listing the 100 greenest cities in the U.S.


The Ticker mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about the projected groundbreaking of the Freshwater Research and Innovation Center in Traverse City, Michigan. MTU is a collaborator on the project.


CTL Workshop: 'Enhancing Canvas Course Design Using DesignPlus'

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

We will introduce DesignPlus and the course template, review how to import the course template and show you how you can customize it for your own course.

This workshop will focus on the most common and easy course design features to help you build a high-quality, professional-looking course. No advanced technical skills are necessary.

Register for this event.


CS 50th Anniversary Lecture: 'Life in the Tech Lane'

The Department of Computer Science (CS) will present a lecture by CS alumni Randy Berry ’82 and John Furton ’87 as part of the department’s 50th Anniversary Series. The title of their presentation is “Life in the Tech Lane. Two Tech grads share their experiences and thoughts.”

The lecture will take place today (Oct. 5) from 2-2:50 p.m. in Rekhi G009 and via a Zoom webinar.

Berry and Furton were inducted into the College of Computing Honor Academy yesterday (Oct. 4). The Honor Academy recognizes Michigan Tech graduates who have distinguished themselves in their professions, and others who have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of the College of Computing and its programs.

Join the Zoom webinar.

Read the speaker bios on the Computing News Blog.


Physics Colloquium with Sultan Hassan

Sultan Hassan from New York University will be presenting at this week's Physics Colloquium. The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. today (Oct. 5) in Fisher 139.

Event details are available on the University Events Calendar.


BioSci Seminar Series Speaker: Rick Naher

Rick Naher, senior account executive with Oxford Nanopore Technologies, will present as part of the Department of Biological Sciences (BioSci) Seminar Series today (Oct. 5) from 3-4 p.m. in GLRC 202.

Naher will present "An Introduction to Long-Read Nanopore Sequencing."

From the abstract:
This talk will cover the technology of Nanopore Sequencing and how it works. I will discuss our products for library preparation, sequencing, and data analysis. I will highlight the advantages and benefits of long-read sequencing versus short-read sequencing, which has been the gold standard for the past decade.

Naher has been with Oxford Nanopore Technologies for the past year and a half, and is based in Cincinnati, Ohio. He covers all of Ohio, West Virginia, Michigan and Pittsburgh. Before joining Oxford Nanopore Technologies, he was with Thermo Fisher Scientific for 21 years.


Distinguished Ecologist Lecture Series Speaker: Bette Loiselle

The Ecosystem Science Center (ESC) welcomes Bette Loiselle as part of the Distinguished Ecologist Lecture Series. All are welcome to join us today (Oct. 5) from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Noblet G002 or via Zoom.

Loiselle will present "Forty years of studying Neotropical birds: lessons learned along the way."

Loiselle holds a joint appointment as the director of the Tropical Conservation and Development Program in the Center for Latin American Studies and a professor in the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Florida.

Loiselle’s research focuses on understanding the importance of biodiversity in tropical systems, especially the ecological role of animals as seed dispersers, and the potential consequences of global change on the distribution of plants and animals.


Covidence Registration – Correction

In the Oct. 2 edition of Tech Today, you were invited to register for the Covidence trial for systematic review management. Unfortunately, the link for registration was incorrect.

To register, please follow these steps:

  1. Sign up for Covidence if you do not already have an account at another institution.

  2. Send an email to requesting an invitation to the library trial.

  3. Check your email for the invitation and accept.

Please email with any questions.


Math Hosting Kliakhandler Lecture Series Speaker: David Colton

The Department of Mathematical Sciences (Math) is proud to host another Kliakhandler Lecture Series, bringing a top mathematician to campus to present a pair of lectures.

David Colton of the University of Delaware will present two lectures — today (Oct. 5) and tomorrow (Oct. 6) — sponsored by the Math department and funded by a generous gift from former faculty member Igor Kliakhandler.

Colton is an internationally renowned pioneer and leader in the area of direct and inverse scattering theory. He has won numerous honors and his publications have been cited over 23,000 times on Google Scholar as well as 7,000 times on MathSciNet.

  • Lecture 1 — "Inverse Problems in Applied Mathematics"
    Thursday, Oct. 5, from 5-6 p.m. in Fisher 138
    Open to the Public
    In Colton's first lecture, he will give a broad overview of inverse problems in applied mathematics. He will begin by giving as an example the initial boundary value problem for the backwards heat equation and use the method of separation of variables to show that this inverse problem can be reduced to the problem of solving an integral equation of the first kind. He will then show by simple examples that solving integral equations of the first kind is an ill-posed problem and show that nevertheless, under appropriate assumptions, a unique solution can be obtained through a method known as Tikhonov regularization. He will conclude our lecture by considering an inverse problem arising in nondestructive testing and show how this problem can be solved through the use of Tikhonov regularization.

  • Lecture 2 — "Eigenvalue Problems in Scattering Theory"
    Friday, Oct. 6, from 1-2 p.m. in Fisher 329
    Open to Math Faculty and Students 
    Colton's second talk will be a departmental research lecture delivered to the faculty and students of the Math department. The aim of this lecture is to introduce this class of nonselfadjoint eigenvalue problems to a general mathematical audience who may have no expertise in scattering theory itself. In particular, Colton will give a brief introduction to acoustic scattering theory and then introduce the transmission eigenvalue problem, as well as two related eigenvalue problems which have recently been shown to play an important role in nondestructive testing.


ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker: Bhisham Sharma

The next Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) Graduate Seminar speaker will present at 4 p.m. today (Oct. 5) in MEEM 112.

Bhisham Sharma will present “Enabling Structural Multi-Functionality Through Additive Manufacturing.“

Sharma's research mission is to create new knowledge and address technology challenges at the intersection of structural mechanics, dynamics and acoustics.


Sign Up for Essential Education Minor Development Workshops

The Essential Education leadership team is hosting two workshops next week and one workshop in November to begin developing Essential Education minors.

The first workshops will take place next week on Monday (Oct. 9) and Wednesday (Oct. 11) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Alley Makerspace. Participants should plan to attend both sessions — on Monday and Wednesday — to complete the workshop. This workshop will be an opportunity to generate ideas for Essential Education minor themes. We will not be making any final decisions at these sessions. Please come with an open mind — ready to share your ideas and listen to others.

Sign up for the Oct. 9 and Oct. 11 workshops.

If you are not able to attend next week’s workshops, there will be another workshop on developing Essential Education minors on Nov. 17 from 2-5 p.m., also in the Alley Makerspace.

Sign up for the Nov. 17 workshop.

Today's Campus Events

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Physics Colloquium with Dr. Sultan Hassan

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Enabling Structural Multi-Functionality Through Additive Manufacturing

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Husky Hour: Mindfulness & Distress Tolerance

Explore strategies to better handle difficult emotions when they arise; regain control over your intense emotional reactions through mindfulness.


NSF BIO Program Director Dr. Jennifer Weller talk

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Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Fall 2023 Session 1

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LSPR 2023 Information session with AEMT

Come learn more about how to attend the 2023 LSPR. This is an info session where we will talk over the spectator guide and give information on how to attend the races for...


New Music in the Mine Presented by Michigan Tech Music

Hard hats are required -- and provided -- to hear this exciting new music by contemporary composers in the Quincy Mine hoist building. This annual sell-out show will contain...


Weekly RedTeam Meeting

Join Michigan Tech's RedTeam for their weekly club meeting! Each meeting we discuss cyber news articles and give talks pertaining to the field of cybersecurity.


Showcase[AI] 2023

Save the date! The 2023 Showcase[AI], hosted by the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC), will be presented October 4-6, 2023. Details will be shared shortly.