Learn About a New Mechatronics Student Exchange Program on Oct. 11

The mechatronics program at Michigan Tech has established an undergraduate and graduate student exchange program with the mechatronics and robotics program at Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences in Germany. The exchange program begins in the spring semester of 2024.

On Wednesday, Oct. 11 in EERC 422, faculty from Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences will be on campus to discuss the exchange program’s opportunities and meet with interested students. Students may stop in for the meet and greet anytime between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.

Questions? Please contact Prof. Alex Sergeyev at avsergue@mtu.edu.

Read more on the College of Computing news blog.

Showcase [AI]: Manufacturing Day Preview

Thank you to everyone who has been a part of Showcase [AI] so far. The first two days of the event have concluded and featured many events that garnered the interest and enjoyment of many. There is still time to jump in on the excitement with Manufacturing Day, which is dedicated to the importance of technological progress in Manufacturing and how smart technologies and Industry 4.0 are paving ways to efficiency, sustainability, precision and more.

At noon in the MUB Alumni Lounge, Tom Kelly, CEO of Industry 4.0 leader Automation Alley, will give his keynote speech. Automation Alley is a non-profit technology business association that aims to drive the growth and success of Michigan manufacturers through innovation and automation. 

Dr. Jeffery Horn from Northern Michigan University will begin his presentation at 1 p.m. He leads a team of graduate students at Northern Michigan University applying a massively parallel algorithm based on the evolution of cooperative species to solve shape-nesting problems in manufacturing.

Showcase [AI] will conclude with a Student Research Poster Competition, which will also feature booths from local manufacturing companies. Dr. Nathir Rawashdeh will also give a lab tour of the MTU Robotics Lab, which forms a critical piece of the nationally acclaimed Mechatronics Program at Michigan Tech. These events run from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

See the full Showcase [AI] schedule. 

See you there!

5-Day Hybrid Wilderness First Responder Certification Course

Become a Wilderness First Responder (WFR). The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting a 5-Day Hybrid WFR course, taught by Wilderness Medical Associates, from Jan.1-5, 2024 here at Michigan Tech. Class size is limited. Must be 18 or older.

Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the definitive course in medical training for outdoor educators, guides, SAR team members, and others who work or play in remote areas. The curriculum is comprehensive and practical, including all of the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments. The Hybrid 5-day format is for individuals and sponsors with less time available for on-site training and requires 30 hours of pre-course preparation. Students must register at least 3 weeks before the course date. All students must complete all pre-course e-learning prior to arrival on course.

Event Details: Jan. 1-5, 2024, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily in SDC Room 238. Cost: $800.

Deadline to register: Dec. 8, 2023, at 11:59 p.m.

Visit Wilderness First Responder Course for more information and to register.

Tech Nordic Unveils 2023-24 Schedule

Michigan Tech Nordic Ski coaches Tom & Kristen Monahan Smith have announced the 2023-24 Nordic ski schedule.

The highlight of the schedule is the Nordic Huskies playing host to the NCAA Central Regional Skiing Championships at the Michigan Tech Trails on Feb. 24-25.

The event take place during Alumni weekend, which will include an invitation to join the Huskies for the NCAA Regionals banquet and cheer on the Nordic Huskies in the races.

Visit the Michigan Tech Athletics website for the full schedule and a preview of the upcoming season. 

Indigenous Peoples' Day Drum Social

Indigenous Peoples' Day is a federal holiday in the United States that celebrates and honors Indigenous American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures.

Celebrations will be held at 3 p.m. Monday (Oct. 9) at Michigan Tech's Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) with a local Ojibwe drum group named Four Thunders from the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community. Stop by and have a listen!

Read more at the Cognitive and Learning Sciences News blog.

Charles Wallace to Present CS Colloquium

Associate Professor Charles Wallace of the Department of Computer Science (CS) will present a Computer Science Colloquium next Friday (Oct. 13) at 3 p.m. in Rekhi 214 and via Zoom webinar.

The title of the talk is “The role of peer dialogue as disruptor in critical ethical analysis for computing students.”

Join the Zoom webinar.

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.

CISR Research Discussion on Mobility Infrastructure

On Oct. 26 from noon to 1 p.m. in Library 103 (or on Zoom), join the Center for Innovation in Sustainability and Resilience (CISR) for a discussion on upcoming opportunities for team proposals in the thematic area of "Mobility Infrastructure: Sustainability, Resilience, and Current/Future Research Direction."

Panelists will seed the conversation: Jeff Naber (ME-EM) and Pasi Lautala and Tim Colling (both CEGE) will take part in person, and Jamie Leonard and Eric McDonald from the Michigan Clean Cities Coalition will join remotely.

Attendees will also get a chance to learn more about CISR resources to support research development. Feel free to bring lunch.

Add the event to your Google Calendar.

If you are interested in this area of research but are unable to attend, please email Alan Turnquist at alturnqu@mtu.edu and we will provide you with a summary and an opportunity to join subsequent discussions.

Hockey season begins at Minnesota Duluth

No. 10 Michigan Tech opens its 2023-24 season at No. 17 Minnesota Duluth with the US Hockey Hall of Fame Game.

The puck drops Saturday (Oct. 7) at 8:07 p.m. EST at AMSOIL Arena in Duluth. 

It will be the third time Tech has played in the US Hockey Hall of Fame Game under coach Joe Shawhan. The Huskies fell 3-2 at Wisconsin on Oct. 1, 2017, in Coach Shawhan's first game as head coach. Tech fell 3-1 at North Dakota on Nov. 2, 2019.

Michigan Tech is ranked No. 10 in the preseason DCU/USCHO poll and No. 11 in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll. It's the highest preseason ranking the Huskies have had in their hockey history. Last season, the Huskies entered the top 20 on Nov. 28 and climbed to as high as No. 10 on March 6.

For a full preview, visit the Michigan Tech Athletics website

Volleyball wrapping up five-match home stand

Michigan Tech wraps up its five-match home stand this weekend at the SDC Gym. The Huskies host Purdue Northwest at 6 p.m. tonight. They play again  at 3 p.m. on Saturday (Oct. 7) against Parkside.

Michigan Tech is 5-10 overall and 3-4 in the GLIAC. 

Read the match previews at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Zamboni Rides, Birthday Requests, and MI Kids Can at Home Hockey

Michigan Tech Athletics is bringing back Zamboni rides and Birthday wishes during home hockey games at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena this season. You can also register to be a Huskies #MIKidsCan Player of the Game during the starting lineup. Sign up today!

Zamboni Rides
Experience a unique opportunity to ride a Zamboni during intermission at a Michigan Tech home game and help clean the ice for the Huskies!

  • $20 per ride
  • All participants must have game day tickets to coincide with the date of their in-game experience
  • Riders must be at least 12 years old to ride
  • Rides can be purchased online or by calling 906-487-2073
  • Availability is limited
  • Rides are offered during intermissions
  • Ride requests must be made at least three (3) business days prior to the game
  • A waiver must be completed to ride
  • A helmet must be worn
  • There are no refunds for Zamboni rides.  If your game is canceled, you will be contacted by the SDC Central Ticket Office to discuss your options.
    Sponsored by McDonald's 

Birthday Requests
You can reserve a Birthday announcement on the video board that will appear during the second intermission and be announced by Mitch Lake.

  • $10 per request
  • All requests must be made by 5 p.m. on Wednesday of the game week.
  • Click here to purchase.
  • Please Note: We cannot display marriage/prom proposals/anniversaries on the video board.
    Sponsored by Dairy Queen

Michigan Kids Can Player of the Game
Michigan Tech Athletics and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan have teamed up to promote the #MIKidsCan Campaign where Copper Country youth have an opportunity to be a part of the starting lineups at home hockey games.

  • 4 free tickets
  • Register to have your chance to become a Huskies #MIKidsCan Player of the Game.
  • You must be in kindergarten through eighth grade.
  • Participants will be randomly selected.
    Sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan


Tech Soccer Welcomes No. 19 Wildcats Friday Night

The Michigan Tech soccer team concludes the first half of the GLIAC schedule by hosting no. 19 Northern Michigan at Kearly Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m.

The two teams are in a three-way tie for second with Saginaw Valley in the GLIAC standings with an in-league record of 3-1-2.

Northern Michigan enters the week with an overall record of 7-1-2, most recently playing to a 0-0 draw against No. 13 Grand Valley State on Friday (Sep. 29) before routing Davenport 3-0 on Sunday (Oct. 1).

Michigan Tech concluded a home weekend with a 1-1 draw against Davenport on Friday (Sep. 29) before suffering its first loss since the opening week on Sunday (Oct. 1) coming against No. 13 nationally-ranked Grand Valley State, 2-0.

Michigan Tech last beat Northern Michigan at home on Oct. 3, 2021, in 2-0 fashion, with goals scored by Grace Shaw and Stephanie Yeager.

Read the match previews at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Tech XC Travels to Lewis Crossover

The Michigan Tech cross country squads return from a week hiatus from competition, heading to Illinois for the Lewis Crossover hosted by Lewis University on Saturday.

Michigan Tech will bring its largest contingent of the season to Lewis as the last meet of the regular season.

The women will take to the course first at 10:45 a.m., followed by the men's race at 11:30 a.m. The event will be streamed on the GLVC Sports Network with live results from runsignup.com.

Read the full preview story at the Michigan Tech Athletics website

In the News

Undergraduate student Joe Dlugos was quoted in a WLUC TV6 story previewing Michigan Tech’s 102nd annual Winter Carnival. Dlugos is president of the Blue Key Honor Society, which hosts Winter Carnival. The theme of this year’s festivities is “From Forests to Shores We Love the Outdoors.” It begins Feb. 7, 2024.


MLive mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about ways to view the peak fall color arriving in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Mont Ripley’s fall foliage chairlift tours were highlighted. According to the story, tours are offered through Oct. 22 on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-6:30 p.m. 


UPWord ran a story featuring entrepreneur Jacob Soter ’19 ’20 (B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, MBA), founder of SwimSmart, as one of three entrepreneurs in the Upper Peninsula's recreational technology industry. 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 opening of Showcase[AI], a three-day event featuring speakers, panels, workshops and interactive events on artificial intelligence and its impacts, was featured in stories by WLUC TV6 and WZMQ 19 News. Daniel Fuhrmann (AC) was quoted in the latter story, and Tim Havens (CS/GLRC/ICC) in the former. The event wraps up today (Oct. 6). Showcase[AI] was previewed in a Michigan Tech News story.


Caryn Heldt (ChE/HRI) was quoted in a WZMQ 19 News story featuring a sneak peek at the new H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex, which is scheduled for partial opening in the spring 2024 semester.

On the Road

Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts staff members Kier Birondo, marketing manager, and Hannah Rundman Lowney, audience manager, recently served on four panels at the Midwest Arts XPO in Indianapolis, IN on Sept. 18-21, 2023: 

  • "Ticketing Systems & Data Management"
  • "Presenting in Rural Communities"
  • "Traditional Media, Social Media, and AI"
  • "Making Your Events More Earth Friendly

Rozsa digital programs were a popular topic of discussion at the expo, as were the Pay As You Are Able (PAYA) ticketing initiative and the Rozsa's strategic sustainability initiatives, which have reduced waste and saved thousands of dollars. Many attendees connected with Kier to learn more about the implementation and performance of digital programs at the Rozsa Center. One participant told Hannah that the impressive operations and offerings of the Rozsa Center was their primary takeaway from the entire conference, confirming the positive and noteworthy reputation of the Rozsa Center.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Friday, Oct. 6, 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 humanresources@mtu.edu. For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Research Engineer/Scientist I - Simulation AI Engineer, Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI). Apply online

Contact: Michelle Wienart

Assistant Professor, Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology. 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 humanresources@mtu.edu.


Empowering Women to be Leaders in Science and Engineering: Leadership and Negotiation Workshop

Women scientists take on leadership roles every day — in the classroom, in their department or institution, and in their professional organizations.

This fall, Women in the Academy (WIA) and the Office of the Provost are co-sponsoring a workshop designed to give participants the basic concepts of leadership, describe recent research on leadership qualities that lead to success and failure, discuss effective leadership styles for women in different cultures, provide strategies for career advancement into leadership roles, and discuss effective negotiating techniques and developing and maintaining strong leadership networks.

The workshop is led by Pushpa Murthy, who has offered similar workshops across the world.

Event Details:

  • When: Friday, Oct. 13, from 1-4:30 p.m.
  • Where: MUB Ballroom A1
  • RSVP Deadline: RSVP by Sunday, Oct. 8

If you are interested in the workshop but cannot attend, please consider responding anonymously to help us better understand the barriers to attending such events.


RTC Fall Brown Bag Series Speaker: Tucker Nielsen

The Department of Humanities invites the campus community to a Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture (RTC) Fall Brown Bag Series presentation today (Oct. 6) from noon to 1 p.m. in the Petersen Library (Walker 318).

RTC graduate student Tucker Nielsen will present: "Deconstructing Writing Pedagogy with LEGO: Exploring Methods for Engaging STEM Students Further in Writing Pedagogy Spaces."

Writing centers and writing classrooms have tendencies to focus on a pure linguistic approach to teaching composition. This presentation will explore alternative methods for engaging with students of different disciplines outside the humanities, including the use of LEGO bricks to practice critical thinking, creative writing and composing rhetoric effectively. Pulling from the concepts of metonymy and deconstruction, using LEGO bricks enables students to translate familiar objects to subjects otherwise foreign or barely practiced. We will briefly examine a few exercises instructors or writing coaches can do with their students to see these principles in effect.


2023 Midyear Commencement Ceremony Faculty Participation

The 2023 Midyear Commencement Ceremony will take place on Dec. 16 at 10:30 a.m. in the Student Development Complex Varsity Gym.

Michigan Tech faculty are cordially invited to participate in the faculty procession to support students in their department at the ceremony. Faculty presence means a great deal to the students and their families. Members of the procession wear regalia, march in the procession and sit as a group to show support for the graduates.

To participate in the ceremony on Dec. 16, please submit the Commencement Ceremony Participation Form by the Oct. 20 deadline.

Faculty may order caps and gowns through the Commencement website before noon on Oct. 9 from the Campus Store’s Cap and Gown Order page to receive the lowest price. Expedited shipping fees will apply to all orders placed after that date. Orders placed after noon on Nov. 13 are not guaranteed to arrive before the commencement ceremony.

We hope you will join us!

— Commencement Team


PhD Proposal Defense: Scott Pomerville, CS

Ph.D. in Computer Science student Scott Pomerville will present his dissertation proposal today (Oct. 6) from 2-3 p.m. in Fisher 101 and via Zoom.

The title of Pomerville's proposal is “SCALE: Statically Controlled Asynchronous Lane Execution.”

Pomerville is advised by Soner Onder.

Join the Zoom meeting.

Read the proposal abstract on the Computing News Blog.


Chemistry Seminar with Rudy Luck

Rudy Luck from the Department of Chemistry at Michigan Technological University will be presenting at this week's Chemistry Seminar. The seminar will be held in person at 3 p.m. today (Oct. 6) in Chem Sci 101.

Luck’s presentation is titled "Journey to the Dark Side. Forays into theoretical and organic chemistries."

From the abstract:
Details of research into the syntheses, characterization, and applications of molecular fluorescent probes useful for monitoring the concentrations of ions within cells and organelles will be described. This information, such as pH levels and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide concentration is useful since unusual levels are present during illness. For example, mitochondrial defects or dysfunctions are closely related to some cardiovascular and neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease. It is very important to precisely and quantitatively detect mitochondrial pH values because they are closely linked to the unique functions and biochemical processes of mitochondria. Ideal fluorescent probes for pH sensing in mitochondria should be able to specifically target mitochondria, possess ratiometric sensing capability with two well-defined visible and near-infrared emissions, and effectively track mitophagy. Additionally, the redox pair nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, comprising the reduced NADH and oxidized NAD+ forms are essential coenzymes involved in numerous reduction-oxidation transformations within eukaryotic cells. Similarly, NADPH, representing the reduced version of the coenzyme nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate, plays a vital role in various anabolic pathways and antioxidant defense mechanisms. These coenzymes are critical for cellular redox balance and participate in various biological processes, signifying their importance in normal and disease-related biological processes, such as oxidative stress response, energy metabolism, gene repair, and immune function, among others. This seminar will address the theoretical underpinnings of some of the strategies employed in the syntheses and characterization of these probes, most of which emanate from research in Professor Haiying Liu’s laboratory, and then address our recent synthetic efforts in this arena. In that regard, theoretical and experimental data will be compared on the complex BF2 and the freely available NMR program SpinWorks which was used to establish the nature of BF coupling will be described.


Banner Production System Maintenance on Sunday

A production system maintenance window is scheduled for Sunday (Oct. 8) from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The following production services will be unavailable during that time:

  • Banner
  • Banweb
  • MyMichiganTech
  • Aspire
  • Course Tools
  • mtu.edu/tips
  • OAP Rental System
  • Oracle Reports
  • Perceptive Content (Imagenow)
  • Sunapsis
  • UC4/Appworx
  • Virtual Cashiering
  • WebFocus

If you have any questions or concerns, we can help. Contact us at it-help@mtu.edu or call 7-1111.


Write-D and Math Welcome Write-D Facilitator Kyle Schwiebert

Writing in the Discipline (Write-D) and the Department of Mathematical Sciences (Math) are pleased to welcome Kyle Schwiebert as the department’s Write-D facilitator beginning in the second half of the fall 2023 semester.

Write-D provides a dedicated time and space for graduate students to get work done and receive support on writing projects within their discipline, such as manuscripts, research proposals, dissertations, etc. Guest speakers from the department and industry visit to present briefly on research, writing and publishing tips. This free program is open to all graduate students.

Current departments and facilitators:

  • Biological Sciences and Biomedical Engineering: Catherine Rono
  • Chemical Engineering: Grace Dykstra
  • Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering: Miaomiao Li
  • Mathematical Sciences: Kyle Schwiebert
  • Physics: Alyssa Horne
  • Social Sciences: Aritra Chakrabarty

For more information, including times and locations, visit the Write-D webpage.

Questions? Contact Write-D Coordinator Sarah Isaacson at sisaacso@mtu.edu.


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 the second of two lectures today (Oct. 6) sponsored by the Math department and funded by a generous gift from former faculty member Igor Kliakhandler. The first lecture was presented yesterday (Oct. 5).

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 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.


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 smartscholarship.org/smart.

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

Questions? Contact Sarah Isaacson at sisaacso@mtu.edu.

Today's Campus Events

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Chemistry Seminar

Journey to the Dark Side. Forays into theoretical and organic chemistries. Dr. Rudy L. Luck Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry Abstract: Details of research...


Layered in Between: Prints by Erin Hoffman Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Erin Hoffman is an artist and printmaker from Muskegon, Michigan, who deals primarily with political and social concerns. Through the presentation of mismatched ideas and...


Board of Trustees Meeting

Regular meeting of Michigan Technological University Board of Trustees


Showcase [AI] - Manufacturing Day

Manufacturing Day is held across the nation on the first Friday in October to demonstrate to students, industries, and the public what manufacturing in the age of Industry 4.0...


Showcase [AI] Keynote Speaker: Tom Kelly, CEO, Automation Alley

Please join Showcase [AI] and Manufacturing Day for our Industry Keynote Speaker, Tom Kelly, CEO, Automation Alley. The talk is open to the public and free of charge, so...


Showcase [AI] Lecture: Dr. Jeffrey Horn: "Deep-Scale Evolution for Industrial Shape Nesting."

Please join Showcase [AI] in welcoming Dr. Jeffrey Horn, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Northern Michigan University. Dr. Horn will present a talk entitled...


Dissertation Proposal: Scott Pomerville, CS

PhD student Scott Pomerville, Computer Science, will present his dissertation proposal on Friday, October 6, 2023, from 2-3 pm in Fisher 101 and via Zoom. The title of his...


Showcase [AI] Student Poster Session

Showcase [AI], The College of Computing, and the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems are pleased to again hold a poster competition for undergraduate and graduate students...



Dr. Bill Sproule, Professor Emeritus, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering Abstract: World Fairs have been forgotten by most who live in North America because the...


No Touch, No Problem: How Ordinary Videos Can Track Your Heart Activity

Biomedical Engineering Research Seminar Dr. Amirtahà Taebi Mississippi State University Abstract Seismocardiography (SCG) is a non-invasive method to monitor the...


Portage Waterway Cruising

The Sailing Club at Michigan Tech has weekly cruises on the Portage Waterway, most Friday nights in the fall semester (weather permitting). No previous sailing experience is...


Film Board Presents: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3

Join Film Board this weekend as we show Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1. Showings are on Friday 10/6and Saturday 10/7 in Fisher 135!...


(Women's Volleyball) Purdue Northwest vs. Michigan Tech

Women's Volleyball: Purdue Northwest vs. Michigan Tech


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...


(Women's Soccer) Northern Michigan vs. Michigan Tech

Women's Soccer: Northern Michigan vs. Michigan Tech


Film Board Presents: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3

Join Film Board this weekend as we show Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1. Showings are on Friday 10/6and Saturday 10/7 in Fisher 135!...


Film Board Presents: Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3

Join Film Board this weekend as we show Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1. Showings are on Friday 10/6and Saturday 10/7 in Fisher 135!...


Little Huskies Volleyball Club

Focus on fun while you learn to play volleyball! Our Little Huskies Volleyball Club is the perfect way to explore the basics of an active and energetic sport. Once you get...


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.