Student-Athlete and AFROTC Cadet Nick McKenzie Readies for Future in Space Force

An Air Force ROTC cadet receives an unmanned systems award from his commander at Michigan Tech

Nick McKenzie wanted to earn an electrical engineering degree, continue his running career as a student-athlete and join Air Force ROTC. He found it all at Michigan Tech, following a path that has led him to the U.S. Space Force.

McKenzie, now in his last semester at MTU, is the fourth member of Michigan Tech’s Guardians of the North Detachment 400 to join the Space Force since the armed service was established in 2019 under the U.S. Department of the Air Force.

Learn more about McKenzie's accomplishments and how he decided on Michigan Tech at Stories from Husky Nation.

Second Collaborative Research Symposium Between MTU, MSU a Success!

Last Friday (Oct. 27), researchers from Michigan Technological University and Michigan State University met in a collaborative research symposium: "Engineering the Future of Human Health II: Biomedicine in the 4th Industrial Revolution."

The event, which preceded the Upper Peninsula Medical Conference put on by Michigan Tech's Health Research Institute, marked the second symposium between these two universities. The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine hosted the first event in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on March 13.

These symposiums are crucial to an ongoing initiative that encourages researchers at both MTU and MSU to learn about each other's work, investigate areas of shared objectives and pursue possible collaborative research projects. But they also serve perhaps an even greater purpose: combining the institutions’ forces (and resources) to tackle the most challenging health-related issues of the upcoming decades.

Read more about this collaborative research symposium at the Michigan Tech Global Campus News blog.

College of Computing Grad Student Town Hall

College of Computing (CC) Dean Dennis Livesay and Department Chairs Zhenlin Wang (CS) and Dan Fuhrmann (AC) invite College of Computing graduate students to join a town hall meeting next Thursday (Nov. 9) from 4-5 p.m. in Rekhi 214.

Dukka KC (CS) will lead a discussion about artificial intelligence followed by an open-ended discussion with Livesay and the department chairs.

The open discussion forum is intended as a platform for graduate students to raise and discuss issues of importance to them. The floor will be open to any graduate student who wishes to speak.

Light refreshments will be served.

Diwali Night 2023

The Indian Students Association (ISA) at Michigan Tech is thrilled to invite you to our grand celebration of Diwali Night, a festival of lights and joy, on Nov. 11.

Event Schedule:

  • Food: 5-7 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom
  • Cultural Performances: 7:30-9 p.m. at the Rozsa Center
  • Spectacular Drone Show: 9:05-9:25 p.m. in the Rozsa parking lot (Lot 8)
  • Open Dance Floor (Indian DJ Night): 9:45-11:45 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom

ISA Diwali Night is open to all, and we encourage you to bring your friends and family to share in the joy and cultural diversity.

Tickets: $15 for Tech students and $20 for staff/community members.

Limited seats are available. Tickets are available online only. No on-the-spot tickets will be sold.

TIAA Live Webinar: 'Take Control of Your Financial Life: 5 Steps to Managing Money and Debt'

Learn how to manage your money and balance your priorities so you can enjoy life now and save for the future. This Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) webinar covers balancing income and expenses, creating a spending plan, debt strategies and building your credit score.

The webinar will be held Wednesday (Nov. 8) at 2 p.m.

Reserve your spot at

'The Erie Situation' Examines Confluence of Science, Politics at 41 North Film Festival

Saturday (Nov. 4) at 7:30 p.m., the 41 North Film Festival presents "The Erie Situation" (Ruck, 2022), which takes a hard look at the confluence of science and politics around a great lake’s toxic algae problem.

Panel Discussion: A panel discussion follows the documentary with filmmaker David Ruck, Ed Verhemme of LimnoTech, Hayden Henderson (GLRC) and Nancy Langston (SS). Co-sponsored by the Great Lakes Research Center.

Come earlier on Saturday to enjoy several other thought-provoking films:

  • King Coal — Saturday, Nov. 4, at noon
    "King Coal" (Sheldon, 2023) takes a poetic look at the people and places of central Appalachia.

  • Black Barbie: A Documentary — Saturday, Nov. 4, at 1:30 p.m.
    "Black Barbie: A Documentary" (Davis, 2023) examines Black female representation through the history of Black dolls.

  • The Mission — Saturday, Nov. 4, at 4 p.m.
    "The Mission" (McBaine/Moss, 2023), investigates the legacy of colonialism and the death of John Chau, whose missionary zeal led to a fatal encounter in 2018.
    Panel Discussion: A panel discussion with MTU faculty Kette Thomas and Rich Canevez (both HU) and Jared Anderson (VPA) will follow the film.

All films are free and screening at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. For more information about all of the films and events at 41 North, visit the festival website.

MS Defense: Hailee Petosky, BioSci

M.S. in Biological Sciences candidate Hailee Petosky will present a master's defense tomorrow (Nov. 3) from 2-3 p.m. in MUB 107 (Alumni Lounge A and B). 

Petosky's defense is titled "Examining Genome Size and Nutrient Influence on Damage, and Plant– Invertebrate Community Dynamics."

From the abstract:
Genome size (GS) varies widely among angiosperms and has been shown to mediate plant responses to nutrients. Variations of GS drastically impact plant growth, fitness, and competitive responses, influencing plant functioning, nutrient requirements, and potentially consumptive interactions. Plants with larger genomes vary in their cellular nutrient requirements, affecting tissue quality, nutrient constraints, and invertebrate interactions. Additionally, environmental nutrient enrichments are a key driver affecting ecosystem functioning and species interactions. Plant communities are impacted by both top-down and bottom-up controls of herbivores and nutrients, respectively, and alterations to these interactions may cause cascading trophic level effects to influence damage patterns and plant-invertebrate diversity metrics. This study examines how plant GS and nutrient enrichments influence damage patterns and plant-invertebrate community dynamics. We tested the hypotheses that (1) larger GS plants would sustain more damage when compared to smaller GS plants, especially under nutrient-limited conditions, as larger GS plants have increased nutrient material costs, and since plants are a major resource for invertebrates, (2) abundance and richness of invertebrate communities would mirror plant community abundance and richness, respectively, as there is an interdependent relationship between plants and invertebrates. Overall, we found that nutrient enrichments influence damage patterns, and that invertebrate community dynamics were influenced not by plant community, but more so by seasonality. Our findings highlight the complex interactions between GS, nutrients, disturbances, and their influence on plant and invertebrate communities. This study contributes expanded knowledge of how GS and/or nutrients may influence damage patterning and plant-invertebrate community dynamics to gain a deeper understanding of terrestrial system functioning.

Volleyball Wraps Up Road Trip with Loss at NMU

The Michigan Tech volleyball team fell 3-2 at Northern Michigan on Tuesday (Oct. 31). The Huskies won the first two sets at Vandament Arena, 25-18 and 25-12, before the Wildcats stormed back 25-21, 25-23 and 15-4.

Before the end of the second set, Lindy Oujiri departed the match with an injury.

"What a heartbreaking way to lose," Tech coach Matt Jennings said. "That we allowed our energy and approach to change that much after Lindy went down was the most disappointing part of that match. To be rolling the way we were in the first two sets, up two, then fall apart in the backcourt that way was a huge letdown and simply unacceptable."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Soccer Concluding Regular Season at No. 11 Wildcats

The Michigan Tech soccer team will completes the regular season with a chance to win the GLIAC regular season title, facing rival Northern Michigan today (Nov. 2) at 3 p.m. at the NMU Soccer Field.

The game will be aired locally on FOX-UP. Fans can also catch the contest on FloSports (a subscription is required — discounts are available for students).

Currently, No. 11 nationally ranked Northern Michigan sits atop the GLIAC standings (8-1-4) with Michigan Tech (7-1-5) and Grand Valley State (7-1-5) in a tie for second.

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Football Welcoming Minot State

The Michigan Tech football team returns home, playing host to NSIC foe Minot State at Kearly Stadium on Saturday (Nov. 4).

The Huskies and Beavers are set for a 1 p.m. kickoff, with the game marking the first meeting between Tech and Minot State.

Fans can catch the game on FloSports (a subscription is required — discounts are available for students).

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Job Posting

Job Posting for Thursday, Nov. 2, 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.

Assistant Teaching Professor – Director of Bands, Visual and Performing Arts. 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

Tim Colling (CEGE/CTT) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that received a $119,998 other sponsored activities grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The project is titled "2023 Workplan for Environmental Finance Center for EPA Region 5 -Year 1."

Gary Campbell, Laura Connolly and Emanuel Oliveire (all COB/CTT), Don Lafreniere (SS/CTT) and Diasuke Minakata (CEGE/CTT) are co-PIs on this potential five-year project.

On the Road

Melissa Baird (SS/GS) and Kat Hannum (SS), with Tamar Semerjian of San José State University, attended the Equitable Pathways Partners (EPP) meeting held in Washington, D.C., an event sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The meeting convened the cohort of Equitable Pathways grantees from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

The meeting featured speakers engaged in STEM equity, including Sudip Parikh, CEO and editor in chief of Science (AAAS); Shirley Malcom (AAAS); Blanton Tolbert (HHMI); Lorelle Espinosa (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation); Travis York (AAAS); and Valeria Sinclair-Chapman (AAAS).

Also in attendance were agency leaders, funders and other key stakeholders. Wayne Gersie (a former co-PI on the grant) presented “Strategies for Building Equitable and Enduring Partnerships with Minority Serving Institutions.”

In the News

Durdu Güney (ECE) was quoted by IEEE Spectrum in a story about a study investigating a new method for “superlensing,” or seeing things smaller than the wavelength of light.


Beth Fitzpatrick (ADM) was quoted by U.S. News & World Report in a story about important information to know about college rolling admissions.


Erin Matas (VPOL) was mentioned by the Keweenaw Report in coverage of Michigan Tech’s Van Pelt and Opie Library receiving a 2023 Citation of Excellence from the Library of Michigan Foundation and the Library of Michigan.


Adam Jordan was quoted by WLUC TV6 in a story previewing the annual food drive held by MTU fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha in partnership with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly.


The Daily Mining Gazette mentioned Michigan Tech in a press release about the Western U.P. Planning and Development Region's new Western U.P. Farm to School project. MTU is a community partner on the project, which will provide locally grown produce to children in the region.


The Daily Mining Gazette covered Michigan Tech soccer’s Gracie VanLangevelde being named the GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week.


The Mining Journal mentioned Michigan Tech alum Jacob Soter ’19 ’20 (B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, MBA) in a story about the Marquette City Commission approving the purchase of four SwimSmart signal towers to inform beachgoers about water safety conditions. Soter is the founder of SwimSmart.


PhD Proposal Defense: Suresh Pokharel, CS

Ph.D. student Suresh Pokharel (computer science) will present their dissertation proposal tomorrow (Nov. 3) from 2-4 p.m. in Rekhi 101 and via Zoom online meeting.

The title of Pokharel’s proposal is “Enhancing PTM Prediction: Leveraging Protein Language Model Embeddings for Accurate Insights.”

Join the Zoom meeting.

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.


CS Colloquium Lecture with Ali Ebnenasir

Associate Professor Ali Ebnenasir (CS) will present a Department of Computer Science Colloquium lecture tomorrow (Nov. 3) at 3 p.m. in Rekhi 214 and via Zoom online meeting.

The title of Ebnenasir’s talk is “Quantum Computing Explained.”

Join the Zoom meeting.

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.


CFRES Seminar with Gary Peter

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (CFRES) will host a seminar at 12:30 p.m. today (Nov. 2) in Noblet G002 with speaker Gary Peter, a professor in the School of Forestry, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences at the University of Florida.

The title of Peter's talk is "Conifer Terpenes: Manipulating an Ancient Plant Defense Pathway for Improved Resistance, Renewable Chemicals, and Biofuels."

Peter studies the genetic mechanisms that control forest tree growth, wood properties, and fungal and insect resistance. He co-directs both the Cooperative Forest Genetics Research Program, which breeds loblolly and slash pine for commercial deployment, and the multidisciplinary Forest Biology Research Cooperative, which researches the interactions between genetics, silviculture and the environment on southern pine productivity, health and sustainability.

From the abstract:
Pine terpenes evolved as a primary chemical and physical defense system and are a main component of a durable, quantitative defense mechanism against pests and pathogens. The terpene defense traits are under complex genetic control. Our goal is to genetically increase constitutive terpene defenses of loblolly and slash pine. Enhanced resistance in these commercial species is critical to protect against widespread losses as biotic pressures increase due to global warming, land use change, and introduced exotic organisms. Increasing pine terpenes also is aligned well with the needs of the developing bioeconomy for renewable chemical and biofuel production. Combining population level quantitative genetics and gene discovery approaches, transcriptomics of developing secondary resin canals in the vascular cambium of stems, and single cell analysis, we are identifying candidate genes that control complex traits of terpene defenses in loblolly pine.


Cayuse Sponsored Projects Training

The Sponsored Operations Office and the Sponsored Programs Office invite the campus community to participate in an in-person training on how to create and certify a proposal using the recently implemented Cayuse Sponsored Projects software. Specifically, research-active faculty, research scientists and research support staff are invited to attend on the following date:

The training will be held at the Van Pelt and Opie Library in Library 242.

If you anticipate submitting any externally funded proposals in the next year, consider attending or viewing the online training videos on the Cayuse Training webpage.

Additional information is available on our Cayuse Implementation webpage. Please reach out to Sponsored Operations at with any questions.


Fall Aquatics Programs: Session 3 Adult Registration Ends Today

Make some waves and step up your swim game with Huskies Aquatics. Registration for Fall Session 3 Adult Aquatics Programs ends today (Nov. 2).

  • Adult Huskies Swim Lessons — Aquatic education for the beginner to the intermediate swimmer who is looking to become more comfortable in the water and learn the fundamental four strokes.
  • Adult Huskies Swim Training — Attention and competitive guidance to swimmers looking to improve their swimming skills and fitness levels in a group setting.

Open to ages 18 and older. Fall Session 3 starts Tuesday (Nov. 7) and ends Dec. 7, with swim sessions Tuesday and Thursday from 5-6 p.m. Registration closes today.

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


Physics Colloquium with Dhara Trivedi

Dhara Trivedi from Clarkson University will be presenting at this week's Physics Colloquium. The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. today (Nov. 2) in Fisher 139.

Trivedi's presentation is titled "Parameters Affecting Performance of 2D Perovskites for Solar Energy Harvesting: Ab Initio Studies."

Read the abstract and speaker bio at the University Events Calendar.


This Week's C3 Luncheon Menu

Menu for Thursday (Nov. 2):

  • 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 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.


ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker: Kuan-Lin Lee

The next Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) Graduate Seminar speaker will present at 4 p.m. today (Nov. 2) in MEEM 112.

Kuan-Lin Lee will present “Advanced Two-Phase Cooling Technologies for Space Applications.”

Lee has worked on a variety of projects to develop multiple two-phase cooling solutions for space vehicles, including an advanced thermal management system for lunar ISRU applications and warm reservoir variable conductance heat pipe for planetary landers.


MSE Seminar with Shaoqin Chen

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is hosting a seminar presented by Ph.D. candidate Shaoqin Chen today (Nov. 2) from 1-1:20 p.m. in M&M 610.

Chen will present "Superstructured NiMoO4@CoMoO4 core-shell nanofibers for supercapacitors with ultrahigh areal capacitance."

From the abstract:
Large mass-loading for a practical supercapacitor-electrode usually leads to inferior charge transfer rate and thus poor utilization efficiency of electroactive materials. Therefore, it is a long-time target for material scientists to create an ideal electrode material that can achieve not only a large mass-loading but also a high utilization efficiency for efficient supercapacitors. In this seminar, the synthesis of superstructured NiMoO4@CoMoO4 core-shell nanofiber arrays on Mo-transition-layer-modified nickel foam current collector will be demonstrated, which realized superior charge transfer efficiency at high mass-loading of electroactive materials and thus ultrahigh areal capacitances.

Speaker bio:
Chen is currently pursuing his Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Yun Hang Hu in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Michigan Technological University. He received his bachelor's degree in engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2021. His research interests focus on supercapacitors and renewable materials synthesis and application.


MSE Seminar with Hanrui Su

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is hosting a seminar presented by Ph.D. candidate Hanrui Su today (Nov. 2) from 1:25-1:45 p.m. in M&M 610.

Su will present "Carbonate-superstructured solid fuel cell with hydrocarbon fuels."

From the abstract:
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is a promising energy conversion system due to its high energy efficiency and fuel flexibility. The recent trend for SOFC development is to lower the operating temperature to minimize material degradation and enable the use of less expensive materials. The main challenges for low-temperature SOFCs with hydrocarbon fuels are the polarization losses caused by the temperature drop and carbon deposition. To solve these issues, we demonstrated a new type of fuel cell, carbonate-superstructured solid fuel cell (CSSFC), in which in situ generation of superstructured-carbonate in the porous samarium-doped ceria layer creates a unique electrolyte with ultrahigh total conductivity of 0.17 S cm–1 at 550°C. The CSSFC achieves unprecedented high open circuit voltages (1.041 at 550°C) with methane fuel. Furthermore, the CSSFC exhibits a high peak power density of 215 mW cm–2 with dry methane fuel at 550°C, which is higher than all reported values of electrolyte-supported SOFCs. This provides a new approach for the development of efficient solid fuel cells.

Speaker bio:
Su started a Ph.D. program in environmental engineering at MTU under the guidance of Yun Hang Hu in fall 2019. He received a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in environmental science and engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, in 2019 and 2016, respectively. His research focuses on environmental pollution control technology and fuel cells.


BioSci Seminar Series Speaker: Juan Martinez-Cruzado

Juan Martinez-Cruzado will present virtually as part of the Department of Biological Sciences (BioSci) Seminar Series today (Nov. 2) at 3-4 p.m. Attendance is invited via Zoom only.

Martinez-Cruzado's presentation is titled "A research project for CUREs: Eggshell biomineralization genes in the critically endangered Puerto Rican parrot."

From the abstract:
The Puerto Rican parrot (Amazona vittata) is the only endemic parrot under U.S. jurisdictions. It is a critically endangered species whose total population reached its lowest point in 1975 when only 13 birds remained. These became the founding population in the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service captive breeding program. The breeding program found that Puerto Rican parrot eggs are breaking at a rate five times higher than Hispaniolan parrot eggs. Eggshell biomineralization requires the intervention of hundreds of proteins in the organic matrix that interact with the mineral phase and determines the mechanical properties of the mature biomaterial. This talk will present a starting program of research under the hypothesis that the severe genetic bottleneck the species went through increased the frequency of variants affecting eggshell biomineralization. The project provides an excellent opportunity for developing a program for course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) under the Genomics Education Partnership (, a nationwide collaboration that integrates active learning into the undergraduate curriculum through CUREs centered in bioinformatics and genomics. The initial phase of the project entails identifying in the Puerto Rican parrot genome chicken orthologs of genes involved in eggshell biomineralization or found to be differentially expressed in the uterus. The coding sequences of these genes are annotated and their conceptual translation aligned to the chicken and the budgerigar orthologs in search of parrot-specific amino acid substitutions. Substitutions predicted to affect protein function are interrogated in the genomes of more closely related amazons. Subsequent phases of the project will require collaborators to test in vivo the candidate mutations.

Speaker bio:
Martínez-Cruzado gained a Ph.D. in Biology at Harvard University (1988). He joined the faculty of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, Department of Biology, in 1989. Through his 31 years as faculty until his retirement in 2020, Martínez-Cruzado taught the courses of Genetics, Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics, Genetics and Evolution of Human Populations, and Genome Annotation. Most of his research has focused on population genetics.

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

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41 North Film Festival

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