SWE Outstanding Collegiate Awardee - Aerith Cruz

Aerith Cruz '24, management information systems, received the Outstanding Collegiate Member Award at WE23, the Society of Women Engineers' (SWE) annual conference in Los Angeles, CA.

The SWE Outstanding Collegiate Award is “presented to SWE collegiate members with SWE collegiate involvement who have made an outstanding contribution to SWE, other engineering organizations (including but not limited to SWE’s partner organizations), their community and campus.” Globally, only 10 collegiate members received this award out of an estimated 40,000 collegiate and professional members. Cruz was nominated by Gretchen Hein, SWE co-advisor at Michigan Tech, for her involvement in MTU's SWE section, across campus and within the local and regional community. She was noted "for academic achievement balanced by technical and leadership skill; for dedicated promotion of diversity and inclusion initiatives; and for inspiring others as both mentor and role model.” 

Cruz is the second Michigan Tech student to receive this prestigious award since our section was founded in 1976. The first was Dr. Kaitlyn Bunker '10 '12 '14, BS, MS, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering, who also received the award in Los Angeles. She had this to say about Cruz: “As a past recipient of the SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member award, I am excited to congratulate Aerith Cruz on receiving this prestigious award! My time participating in SWE at Michigan Tech helped me build a network of mentors and connections in engineering, and to practice leadership skills that I now use in my work and as a member of the SWE Board of Directors. It has been wonderful to see the Michigan Tech SWE section continue to thrive over the years, and kudos to Aerith for her recent leadership and achievements being recognized with this award.”

When writing the nomination letter, Hein recalled the similarities between Bunker and Cruz. Both students contributed greatly to their respective departments and were highly successful students. Both women were section presidents and worked on the Evening with Industry fundraiser. Hein recalled, “Aerith is someone I can count on - whether it is mentoring SWENext students or stepping up whenever volunteers are needed for the section. Over the years, Aerith has gone from being a SWE section leader to being my friend. I am so excited that she received this award and am even more excited to see where she goes after completing her degree.”

Hein noted that Cruz worked hard to obtain a SWE Program Development Grant as a first-year student to develop and deliver outreach activities in our region (Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota). During the pandemic, she pivoted these activities from in-person to virtual, and the section reached over 600 youth, primarily girls. As our SWE Section President 2022-23, Cruz was instrumental in starting the SWE Endowed Scholarship using section funds. She worked to obtain grants from corporate sponsors that resulted in 12 members attending and participating in SWE WE22. She supported the Campus and Community Committee as they developed and held Engineering Day! at three local K-5 schools, and this program continues to grow.

“Aerith goes above and beyond expectations, always striving to make processes more efficient or impactful, which she applies in her personal life, but also as a leader in the SWE section,” said Jaclyn Johnson, current SWE co-advisor. Johnson has worked with Aerith only over a few months but has seen these exceptional qualities shine through. Aerith has taken on a temporary treasurer role, overhauled the budget and streamlined processes. Not only is Cruz a true leader in these regards, she is extremely passionate and inspiring for all those she meets serving as a great role model.

Cruz’s parents have always supported her throughout her time at Michigan Tech. Joana Cruz said of her daughter, “We are very proud of your tenacity in championing change through the SWE programs! Thank you MTU for sponsoring her community goals!"

Within our local community, Cruz has made a lasting impact on youth by introducing them to STEM projects and working with them in FIRST Robotics. “As a woman pursuing a career in STEM, it has been an isolating experience," said Jenna Beaudoin, senior at Lake Linden-Hubbell High School, SWENext President and FIRST Robotics #5486 Captain. "Aerith has served as a rare-to-find mentor and has inspired me to continue in a STEM field (computer science) after high school.”

The SWE Section is proud of Aerith Cruz’s accomplishments and recognition as a SWE Outstanding Collegiate member. This is best summarized by Amanda West, SWE Section President: "I've had the privilege of collaborating with and getting to know Aerith over the past three years. She is a compassionate individual who has demonstrated unwavering commitment to advancing our section and nurturing SWE's presence within the Michigan Tech community. Aerith has excelled as a leader, an advocate, and a valued friend. We take great pride in her remarkable achievements and extend our heartfelt gratitude for her unwavering dedication to our section."

Charlie Berens: What to Know Before the Show

Tonight! For the first time in the Keweenaw, the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts presents comedian, Emmy-winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Manitowoc Minute - CHARLIE BERENS! 

Have tickets to the sold out performances of Charlie Berens Good Old Fashioned Tour? All ticket holders have received an email with details about the show, but just in case, here’s what to know before the show:

  • For these sold-out shows, please plan your parking in advance.
  • Full concessions are available, and we’ve added convenient cash-only pop-up concessions and merch stands throughout the lobby. 
  • Have accessibility needs? Please let us know by calling the Box Office or emailing rozsa@mtu.edu so that we are ready to assist you. 
  • There is one hour between shows. We kindly ask that guests of the 7:30 p.m. show plan to make room for guests arriving for the 10 p.m. show by moving your vehicles shortly after the end of the show.  

Both performances of Charlie Berens Good Old Fashioned Tour are sold out. All Michigan Tech Student Rush tickets for these events have been reserved in advance.

Support for this Rozsa Presenting Series event is provided by Visit Keweenaw, BraveworksIron Fish Distillery and Copper Queen Whiskey, Imperial Beverage, Hampton Inn & Suites Houghton, Late Night Programming, Michigan Arts and Culture Council, National Endowment for the Arts, James A. and Margaret C. Black Endowment Fund, Katherine M. Bosch Foundation, and the Rozsa Circle of Supporters.

Call for Proposals: Summer Youth Programs 2024

Did you know that nearly 10% of students on campus have been through Summer Youth Programs (SYP) at some point in their middle or high school careers?

Each year SYP works with campus departments to welcome nearly 1,000 students from around the world to campus and for high-impact educational experiences. This year we’re looking to expand the representation of campus departments! If you or your department have been considering engaging with students in grades 6-11 for outreach, this is a great opportunity to spark curiosity, help students explore their interests, and make an impact.

SYP 2024 will run week-long sessions for 5 weeks (departments need not participate in every session) from June 16 to July 26, 2024, with no programs the week of July 4. To set up a meeting to discuss your ideas with SYP staff, please email outreach@mtu.edu by Friday Nov. 17, 2023.

Michael Banyas Begins Position with Enterprise Program

The Enterprise Program is pleased to announce Michael Banyas as the new Enterprise Student Engagement and Outreach Specialist. He started in his position Oct. 30, 2023. 

Banyas comes to this position with over 25 years of experience in creating a positive learning environment for students and developing a challenging curriculum and educational goals for all students to meet state curriculum requirements. In this position, he is looking to continue to utilize the techniques he has acquired through his two decades of experience in public administration and education.

Banyas was born in Flint, MI into a family that valued education. He graduated in 1997 with a BS in Education from the University of Michigan, with minors in Language Arts, Early Childhood Education, and Social Sciences. He earnes his Master of Public Administration in 2004, also from the University of Michigan. Throughout his professional career, he has taught middle school math and social studies, and has coached varsity basketball, track, and football. After his teaching career, he became a school administrator at multiple levels. 

Outside of work, you can find Michael playing golf, enjoying his pets, and watching football. His favorite quote is from Bill Nye: "Everyone you will ever meet knows something you do not."

Please join us in welcoming Michael Banyas as he serves the important role of student engagement and outreach for the Enterprise Program.

TIAA Live Webinar: 'Invest for Success: Fine-Tuning Your Retirement Strategy'

If you are in or near your peak earning years, move beyond the basics to build a secure retirement. This Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) webinar includes info on adopting a saving lifestyle, avoiding pitfalls that can sabotage your saving and planning carefully before retiring.

The webinar will be held Wednesday (Nov. 15) at noon.

Reserve your spot at TIAA.org/webinars.

Spring 2024 Sports Camps & Clinics

Registration for Spring 2024 Sports Camps and Clinics will open at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 15. 

Registration is available online, in person at the SDC Ticket Office, or by calling the SDC Ticket Office at 906-487-2073. For more information, visit the Spring Sports Camps and Clinics webpage.

PhD Defense: Cheng Fan, ECE

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering candidate Cheng Fan will defend his doctoral dissertation on Thursday (Nov. 16) at 10 a.m. in person in EERC 501.

The title of the dissertation is "Adaptive Modulation For Underwater Acoustic Communication Based On Reinforcement Learning."

Fan is advised by Kaichen Yang.

HU Brown Bag Speaker: Jennifer Nish

Please join the Department of Humanities (HU) in the Petersen Library, Walker 318, at noon today (Nov. 10) for a brown bag presentation by Jennifer Nish.

From the abstract:
This presentation explores how chronic disease activists with Long Covid and myalgic encephalomyelitis, or ME, have mobilized embodied rhetorics in the context of a transnational crisis: the rapid rise in post-infectious disease caused by COVID-19. I use (in)visibility as a conceptual framework for understanding the rhetorical and political problems that people with these post-infectious diseases face as well as the tactics with which activists respond.

DOE Fellowship Application Writing Support

The Graduate School is excited to announce that it is offering application writing support to graduate students who wish to apply for the U.S. Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF).  

Eligibility: This prestigious fellowship is open to senior undergraduates and master’s degree students who intend to pursue a Ph.D. as well as first-year Ph.D. students; U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent residency is required.  

A wide range of fields are eligible, including aeronautics, applied mathematics, astrophysics, biological sciences, chemical engineering, chemistry, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, environmental science, materials sciences, mechanical engineering, physics, and statistics.

The benefits include yearly stipends of $45,000, payment of full tuition and required fees, one 12-week practicum experience at a DOE national laboratory or site, and more.

The submission deadline is Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024.

For more information, visit the fellowship website. Encourage interested students to contact Sarah Isaacson at sisaacso@mtu.edu as soon as possible.

ACSHF Forum: Grad Student Presentations

The Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences will host two speakers at the next Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors forum: Anne Inger Mortvedt and Erin Matas, both ACSHF graduate students. Their presentations will be from 2-3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13 in Meese 109.

Mortvedt will present "Usability Assessment of Newly Developed Injury Prevention Program: Insights from Coaches and Players."

Matas will present "Shifting the Lens: Applying Cognitive Task Analysis Methods to the Academic Search Domain."

Full abstracts can be found on the CLS blog!

Military Appreciation Day Saturday for Football & Women’s Basketball

In honor of Veteran's Day, Michigan Tech Athletics will be honoring those who have served or are serving in the military with a Military Appreciation Day on Saturday, Nov. 11th. 

The Huskies football team will host Saginaw Valley State at 1 p.m. for Senior Day. The women's basketball team will host Lewis at 6 p.m. Tickets will be 50% off to those with Military ID at the SDC Central Ticket Office. Veterans can purchase tickets online using promo code: Military23.

Volleyball Wrapping Up Regular Season on the Road

Michigan Tech volleyball is wrapping up the regular season schedule on the road this weekend.

The Huskies play at Ferris State at 4 p.m. today and Lake Superior State at 3 p.m on Saturday (Nov. 11).

The Huskies are 13-14 overall and 9-7 in the GLIAC—good for fourth place in the standings.

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics.

VanLangevelde Named GLIAC Goalkeeper of the Year; Huskies Earn Five on All-Conference Teams

Michigan Tech senior goalkeeper Gracie VanLangevelde has been named GLIAC Goalkeeper of the Year, and the Huskies soccer team placed five players on All-Conference teams.

VanLangevelde has been vital to the Huskies success this season, ranking third in the GLIAC in goals-against average (0.72), second in wins (6), third in shutouts (6), fourth in saves (47) and fourth in save percentage (.825). She was a two-time GLIAC Defensive Player of the Week. 

In addition to VanLangevelde's major award, the Huskies saw VanLangevelde and Seulgi Lee tabbed All-GLIAC First Team honorees, Julia Pietila and Cassie Bonifas named to the All-GLIAC Second Team, and Jordan Noble named an All-GLIAC Honorable Mention.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics

Huskies Women’s Basketball Hosts GLIAC/GLVC Crossover

The Michigan Tech women's basketball team is set to host the GLIAC/GLVC Crossover this weekend at the SDC. 

The tournament features GLVC foes William Jewell and Lewis, along with GLIAC opponent Northern Michigan. The Huskies will open the 2023-24 season against William Jewell at 6 p.m. tonight before facing Lewis at 6 p.m. on Saturday (Nov. 11). 

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics

Huskies Men’s Hoops Add Fernholz & Warren

Michigan Tech men's basketball coach Joshua Buettner has announced the signing of players Ty Fernholz and Grant Warren for the 2024-25 academic year.

"These two are great examples of what we look for in Michigan Tech basketball student-athletes," Beuttner said. "They are high-character people who do things the right way on and off the court, and we are excited to add them to the Husky family."

Read more about the new signings at Michigan Tech Athletics

On the Road

John Jaszczak (Museum) presented a lecture titled “120 Years of the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum of Michigan Tech" to the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel.

Jaszczak's lecture followed the association business meeting held on Monday (Nov. 6) at the Bluffs Retirement Community in Houghton.


Researchers Zhanping You and Dongzhao (Kobe) Jin from the Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering department recently took part in the inaugural Michigan Rubberized Pavement Workshop in East Lansing on November 8, 2023. This event was organized by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) in collaboration with Resource Recycling Systems (RRS).

During the workshop, Dr. You and Dr. Jin collaborated with industry experts to delve into the latest advancements in rubberized pavement. Dr. You presented the cutting-edge research, emphasizing the strides made in developing the "Rubberized Pavement Toolkit." This toolkit not only provides guidance for designing and constructing rubberized pavements but also ensures that the technology is readily applicable by practitioners.

Representatives from government agencies, consulting firms, contractors, industries, engineers, and educators attended the event, fostering lively discussions at the forefront of rubberized pavement technology. Participants shared their experiences and insights, contributing to a vibrant exchange of ideas.

The Michigan Rubberized Pavement Workshop emerged as a valuable platform for gaining insights into the latest developments in the field. It has set the stage for future collaboration and innovation, equipping participants with a solid foundation to advance rubberized pavement technology.

Job Posting

Job Posting for Friday, Nov. 10, 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.

Assistant Teaching Professor - Economics, College of Business

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.

In the News

WXYZ Detroit mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about the Next Gen STEM Festival, which hosted 2,000 high school and junior high students at the Lexus Velodrome in Detroit on Nov. 8. The event, which coincides with National STEM Day, is cosponsored by Michigan Tech and LIFT Advanced Manufacturing Institute, featured multiple STEM demonstrations and activities for K-12 students led by Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers.


The Livingston Post covered ’s appointment of Ronald Staley ‘77 ‘80 (A.A.S. Civil Engineering Technology, B.S. Business Administration) to the Michigan State Historic Preservation Review Board. The appointment was announced by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Nov 8. 


Michigan Tech was mentioned in an UPWord story about the Northcross Group (NCG), a cybersecurity firm based in Portland, Maine, that is working with MTU and Northern Michigan University (NMU) to “develop a new workforce with up-to-date knowledge and to work with local businesses to hone their cybersecurity skills.” Tech was recognized for offering a B.S. in cybersecurity and for being recently designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency. 


Renewable Energy Magazine mentioned Michigan Tech as one of 19 winners of Phase I of the  Innovating Distributed Embedded Energy Prize (InDEEP) from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office. The awards were announced by the DOE on Nov. 7.


Austin News covered the appointment of Grant Weidler ’90 (BS Mechanical Engineering) to the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners.


Scheduled Maintenance Affecting Password Resets

Michigan Tech IT will be performing routine quarterly maintenance on the Fischer/mylogin system on Sunday (Nov. 12) from 8 a.m. to noon.

During this maintenance, password resets and mylogin.mtu.edu will be unavailable.

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


CS Colloquium to Discuss Michigan’s Clean Slate Law

A Department of Computer Science (CS) Colloquium lecture titled “Black Box or Sandbox: Computational Approaches to Interpreting Michigan’s Clean Slate Law” will take place today (Nov. 10) from 3-4 p.m. in Rekhi 214 and via Zoom online webinar.

Join the Zoom webinar.

The talk will be presented by Associate Professor Ali Ebnenasir (CS); Associate Teaching Professor Susanna Peters (SS); Associate Professor Charles Wallace (CS); and graduate student Josh Alele-beals (computer science).

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.


Chemistry Seminar with H.P. Vasantha Rupasinghe

Professor H.P. Vasantha Rupasinghe, the Arthur B. McDonald Chair of Research Excellence and Professor of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals from the Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences at Dalhousie University, will be presenting at this week's Chemistry Seminar.

The seminar will be held virtually at 3 p.m. today (Nov. 10) via Zoom (use passcode 387735).

Rupasinghe’s presentation is titled "Flavonoids and Their Derivatives: Application in Cancer Prevention and Treatment.”

From the abstract:
To enhance the bioavailability and biological activities of flavonoids, we have synthesized a series of novel flavonoid derivatives with higher hydrophobicity. The lipase-catalyzed acylation of phloridzin (PZ) and isoquercitrin with six long-chain fatty acids was optimized. We have identified an effective and safe flavonoid derivative with potential for treating hepatocellular carcinoma, acute monocytic leukemia, and breast cancer. The antiproliferative potency of fatty esters of PZ was comparable to the potency of the chemotherapeutic drugs. Antiproliferative efficacy of one of the derivatives, docosahexaenoic acid acylated PZ (PZ-DHA) was investigated using a triple negative breast cancer cell line (MDA-MB-231). PZ-DHA, but not PZ, caused the death of MDA-MB-231 in vitro which was both time- and dose-dependent. PZ-DHA-induced apoptosis was indicated by DNA fragmentation and activation of caspase 3/7. PZ-DHA showed low cytotoxicity toward human mammary epithelial cells. Moreover, in vivo tumor suppressor effect of PZ-DHA was observed when MDA-MB-231 cells xenografted non-obese diabetic severe combined immune-deficient (NOD-SCID) mice were subjected to intratumoral injections of PZ-DHA. Anticancer efficacy observed in cell cultures and mice suggest PZ-DHA as a potential treatment for breast cancer.


MTTI Info Session on Upcoming Opportunities

The Michigan Tech Transportation Institute (MTTI) will hold an informational session on two upcoming research opportunities.

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has released the FY24 Broad Agency Announcement for Research Initiatives in Support of Rail Safety.

At this session, we will review the research topics available, plus provide information on the application process and examples of current MTTI projects funded by the FRA. The research topics are available for download.

A second research opportunity is provided by MxV Rail, a subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads. MxV Rail is soliciting proposals for 2024 research projects to address the Grand Challenge Research Topics in railway technology. The purpose of this request for proposals (RFP) is to solicit a variety of innovative applied technologies for railway research projects and provide seed money to demonstrate the feasibility of the project and the effectiveness of the project team. Proposals are due by Nov. 30 at 5 p.m. MST. More information on the MxV Rail Challenge and a list of topics can be found on the MxV Rail website.

The informational session will be held in Dillman 315 today (Nov. 10) from 11-11:30 a.m. Online attendees are invited to join us via Zoom.


Math Seminar with Andrew Sills

Please join us for the next Department of Mathematical Sciences (Math) Seminar, taking place today (Nov. 10) in Fisher 327B.

Our special guest speaker will be Andrew Sills, professor of mathematics at Georgia Southern University.

The presentation is titled "Q-Analogs and Polynomial Generalizations of Series-To-Infinite Product Identities."


Training Opportunity: 'Surviving an Active Threat: Run. Hide. Fight.'

Michigan Tech’s Department of Public Safety and Police Services, in collaboration with the Louisiana State University National Center for Biomedical Research and Training/Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education (LSU NCBRT/ACE), will be hosting two “Surviving an Active Threat: Run. Hide. Fight.” training courses for campus participants next week on Tuesday (Nov. 14) and Wednesday (Nov. 15). A third session on Thursday (Nov. 16) is for NCBRT instructors only.

A five-minute summary of the training is available on YouTube. (Content warning: The video starts with a simulated gunshot and shouting.)

This course aims to train nontraditional first responders, including civilian employees, students, faculty, staff and any other individuals, who live, work or visit any location where an active threat incident may occur.

The course focuses on the various components of the Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm, which is widely accepted and taught as one of the primary response paradigms regarding active threat incidents. Participants will learn about ways the Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm can be applied in any active threat incident, regardless of the location or other factors involved.

Some Seats Still Available
The first session on Tuesday is full. There are a limited number of seats remaining for the second session on Wednesday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Faculty and staff are encouraged to register for the Wednesday session as soon as possible, as we are close to our capacity limit. You do not need any prior experience to register for this training.

To register for the training, please visit the LSU/NCBRT website. The access code is PER375. If you have any questions about the registration process or about the course itself, please email Reid DeVoge at rdevoge@mtu.edu.


Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar will take place at 3 p.m. on Monday (Nov. 13) in GLRC 202.

Ishi Keenum, assistant professor, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Michigan Tech, will present "Environmental Biotechnology & Monitoring: Monitoring and assessing removal of antibiotic resistance in wastewater systems."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Today's Campus Events

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Graduating and Still Looking? Walk In for Coffee and a Chat

Are you graduating soon and need help finding a job? Come in for a coffee and chat with one of our career advisors. We can help tailor your search, review your resume, bounce...


Celebrating the Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Celebrate freedom and the fall of the Berlin Wall with spray painting throughout the day and help destroy the wall at the end of the day. We will be out on DHH Lawn starting...


MTTI Info Session on Upcoming Opportunities

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Cookies and Coloring

De-stress with an afternoon of adult coloring and find out more about what the Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being has to offer!


Mathematical Sciences Seminar Series with Dr. Andrew Sills


PhD Defense: Elise Rosky

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Husky Transfers

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MATLAB Workshop

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CS Colloquium Lecture: Computational Approaches to Interpreting Michigan’s Clean Slate Law

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PhD Defense: Tauseef Ibne Mamun



(Women's Volleyball) Michigan Tech at Ferris State

Women's Volleyball: Michigan Tech at Ferris State


Cell- and Tissue Nanotransfection-driven Therapies

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Master's Defense: Logan Canull

Mechanical Engineering Co-advisors: Wayne Weaver and Paul Bergstrom Enhancing Lithium-Ion Battery Equivalent Circuit Models Innovations in Parameter Derivation and...


Film Board Presents: Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning: Part One

Join Film Board this weekend as we show Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning: Part One! 💥 We have continued showings Friday 11/10, and Saturday 11/11 in Fisher 135! See our...


(Women's Basketball) William Jewell vs. Michigan Tech

Women's Basketball: William Jewell vs. Michigan Tech, SDC Gymnasium - Houghton, Mich.


Taste of Fall

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Movie Night with YAF - American Sniper

Join us at 7 p.m. on Friday the 10th of November in room G002 of the Forestry Building to watch American Sniper! We will have snacks as well!


Charlie Berens Good Old Fashioned Tour Presented by The Rozsa

Holy smokes! For the first time in the Keweenaw, get your tickets for comedian, Emmy winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Manitowoc Minute -...


(Men's Ice Hockey) Michigan Tech at Bemidji State

Men's Ice Hockey: Michigan Tech at Bemidji State


Film Board Presents: Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning: Part One

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