New Artificial Intelligence Tools Policy for Research

Michigan Tech remains committed to supporting University researchers while protecting data privacy and security concerns. In response to the emerging use of large language model artificial intelligence (AI) tools, the Vice President for Research Office (VPR) announces its Large Language Model Generative Artificial Intelligence Tools in Research Activities policy in support of the University’s researchers AI use in research activities. The policy provides a minimum level of guidance to users of these tools.

For more information, please contact Gina LeMay at

H-STEM Complex Update

With construction on the H-STEM Complex nearing completion, campus will see less activity taking place around the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building over the next few weeks. The H-STEM Complex is still not open to the public, however, as final items and commissioning of the HVAC equipment is still underway for the next few weeks. Move-in of building occupants will begin Feb. 22 and will continue through spring break in order to minimize disruptions to classes.

Following the spring break recess, the H-STEM Complex will be open to the public. In the meantime, we ask that you refrain from wandering into the building, even if barriers get taken down.

Flexible Spending Deadline Approaching

The Benefits Office would like to remind employees that the deadline to submit claims for their 2023 flexible spending account (FSA) is March 15. All claims will be paid out by March 31 per IRS regulations. Health care and dependent care claims during the 2023 calendar year are eligible if the date of service was in 2023. Any money remaining in the account after March 31 is forfeited per IRS regulations.

More information and the FSA claim form can be found online on the Human Resources Flex Spending page.

For questions, contact Benefits Services at or call 7-2517.

University Senate Meeting 697

The University Senate will convene Meeting 697 at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 14) in Dow 642.

Those within the University community unable to attend in person have the option to attend via Zoom. Please note: You will need to log in to your MTU Zoom account to join the virtual meeting.

Senators are responsible for making their constituents aware of the agenda for this meeting. Senators who are unable to attend should arrange for their alternates to attend in their place.

View the agenda to Meeting 697.

Career Fair is Today!

Today (Feb. 13) is the 2024 Spring Career Fair Forged by Nucor. Head on down to the Student Development Complex today between noon and 5 p.m.

We are very excited about the many opportunities Career Fair provides our students. Please let us know if you have any questions at

La Peña Spanish Conversation Hour

Please join us for an hour of laid-back Spanish speaking setting to chat and play board games. All language levels welcome.

La Peña meets today (Feb. 13) in the Walker Arts and Humanities Center (HDMZ 120A) from 5-6 p.m.

Future dates: March 5, March 19, April 2.

Friends of the Michigan Tech Library Seek Board Members

How does the magic get done? Well, in so many settings, the magic happens when a great group of people step forward and say “I’ll help!”

For more than 26 years, the Friends of the Michigan Tech Library have put on book sales, sponsored readings and events, and financed special materials and hardware collections to benefit the Michigan Tech community. The group is led by a board of about 10 volunteers, and we’re looking to add a few members. Would you join us?

We meet monthly (currently on the first Wednesdays) and usually for less than an hour. We support the heart of the campus — the Van Pelt and Opie Library at Michigan Tech — through fundraising book sales and other projects. We interact with the professionals who run the library to make their great ideas come to life for our library.

If you’re interested in joining us or you have questions, please email our chair, Amy Hughes, at or one of the other board members. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

This Week's C-Cubed Menu

Menu for Thursday (Feb. 15):

  • Teriyaki Pork Loin (Soy, Sesame, AD)
  • Vegetable Stir Fry (VG, Soy, Sesame, AD)
  • Basmati Rice (VG, AD, AG)
  • Chef Vegetables (VG, AD, AG)
  • Garden Salad (VG)
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls (V, Sesame, Dairy, Gluten, Egg)
  • Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce

Join Carved and Crafted Catering at Michigan Tech for this week's C3 Luncheon. The luncheon is held 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 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 or redeemed in the Memorial Union Office (MUB 101).

AG = Avoiding Gluten
AD = Avoiding Dairy
VG = Vegan
V = Vegetarian

Yu Cai, Guy Hembroff to Receive Provost's Award for Sustained Teaching Excellence

Yu Cai, professor and associate chair in the Department of Applied Computing, and Guy Hembroff, associate professor in the Department of Applied Computing, are recipients of this year’s Provost’s Award for Sustained Teaching Excellence (PASTE). This award provides special recognition to instructors who have been nominated as finalists for the Distinguished Teaching Awards four or more times.

“Michigan Tech highly values excellence in teaching and we are fortunate to have many outstanding instructors working with our students,” said Andrew Storer, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “Yu Cai and Guy Hembroff exemplify sustained records of excellence in teaching though repeatedly qualifying as finalists for our highly competitive University teaching awards. We are very proud to recognize them with the PASTE award in recognition of their extraordinary continued efforts to help support the success of Michigan Tech students.”

Cai and Hembroff will receive their award, which includes a plaque and $2,000 in additional compensation, at the Academy of Teaching Excellence event on April 4. Each recipient is also a member of Michigan Tech’s Distinguished Teaching Academy, an elite group with an established reputation for excellent teaching.

BioMed Seminar Series Speaker: Chenshuo Ma

The next guest speaker in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BioMed) Seminar Series will present Thursday (Feb. 15) at 11 a.m. in person in M&M 610.

Chenshuo Ma is visiting from Duke University and will present "Multiscale Photoacoustics: from Functional Imaging to Molecular Imaging."

Read the abstract at the University Events Calendar.

Ma is a faculty candidate in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

KIP Seminar: Student Research Forum

Please join us this Friday (Feb. 16) from 3-4:15 p.m. in ATDC 101 for this month's Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology (KIP) Seminar — a student research forum.

This seminar will showcase the current research and educational and outreach projects that KIP's undergraduate and graduate students are working on. Students will present their projects and answer questions. This is a great way for them to receive feedback before they go on to present at regional and national conferences.

Chemistry Seminar Series Speaker: Jason Pearson

Jason Pearson, professor of chemistry at the University of Prince Edward Island, will be presenting at this week's Chemistry Seminar. The seminar will be held virtually at 3 p.m. Friday (Feb. 16) via Zoom (use password 334925).

Pearson's presentation is titled "Machine Learning as a Predictive Tool in Chemistry.”

From the abstract:
In this talk, we will provide a survey into the versatile applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in chemistry, drawing significantly from recent work in the Pearson group. Starting with a broad introduction on strategies in machine learning, we will then highlight how AI can be used to rapidly predict chemical properties, model chemical reactivity and accelerate molecular discovery. We'll then describe the findings of extensive studies involving thousands of undergraduate chemistry students across North America. These studies reveal the ability of AI to offer personalized tutoring, improve writing and critical thinking skills, correct flawed logic in real-time, and quicken accurate recall, ultimately enhancing student readiness and performance. This talk is designed for a wide audience curious about the transformative impact of AI on chemistry and academia. Attendees will gain an understanding of the current state of AI, its various applications, and its potential to shape the future of the world in which we live.

Speaker bio:
Pearson leads an interdisciplinary research group in computational methods for chemistry spanning quantum chemistry, electronic structure theory, and artificial intelligence for molecular discovery. He is also a co-founder of Stemble Learning, a seed-stage data-driven teaching and learning platform for chemistry classes and laboratories. Stemble delivers course content and learning analytics to over 10,000 students each semester across North America. These include assessments driven by artificial intelligence, and fully interactive virtual lab experiences. He is the winner of numerous SoTL awards, including the Reg Friesen Award from the Chemical Education Division of the Canadian Society for Chemistry, the Hessian Award, the Janet Pottie Murray Award for Educational Leadership, and the Brightspace Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning from the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Women's Basketball Completes GLIAC Sweep at Home

The Michigan Tech women's basketball team completed their first weekend sweep in GLIAC play this season, winning both games at home inside the SDC Gymnasium.

Six Huskies scored seven or more points in their 67-60 win over Purdue Northwest on Thursday (Feb. 8).

"I was super proud of the way we came out with defensive urgency," head coach Sam Clayton said. "I think when we weren't scoring in the second quarter, our defensive urgency fell — and that can't happen. I'm glad we learned before it got away from us and we adjusted in the second half. A lot of players stepped up and I was happy with how we responded in the second half after that second quarter."

The Huskies defeated Parkside 74-68 on Saturday (Feb. 10). MTU forward Emma Anderson scored a career-high 14 points off the bench.

"It was super important to come out with urgency and show we're a different team, and we are," Clayton said. "Emma played so well for us both offensively and defensively today, and she shot it really well for us as well, which was great to see."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Men's Basketball Outpaces Purdue Northwest, Parkside

The Michigan Tech men's basketball team won both of their weekend games against GLIAC opponents at the SDC Gymnasium.

A career-high 26 points from MTU guard Dan Gherezgher propelled the Huskies past Purdue Northwest in a 77-61 victory on Thursday (Feb. 8).

"It was once again a physical game, and I thought our guys did a nice job responding to Purdue's physicalness," head coach Josh Buettner said. "I thought we did a nice job on the glass, taking care of the ball and playing inside-out basketball. We had some guys do a good job with decision-making once we got in the paint."

Tech played a complete game, dashing past Parkside in a 74-52 win on Saturday (Feb. 10).

"I'm really proud of how we played defensively. Dan and Nate (Abel) did a great job on (Parkside's Josiah) Palmer," Buettner said. "I thought we moved the ball well again offensively. I was happy with (Adam) Hobson and Pete (Calcaterra) — they stepped up today and had big baskets down the stretch for us."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Men's Tennis Wins Against Northwood, Falls to Hillsdale

It was a weekend of impactful singles matches for the Michigan Tech men's tennis team.

The Huskies snapped a 17-match losing streak Friday (Feb. 9), defeating Northwood 4-3 with four singles wins in the three, four, five and six slots.

"That was such an awesome win for the men's team," Tech coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep said. "We came out with big energy, but unfortunately went down 1-3 in the score. All the singles were incredibly well fought, and 3-6 singles came in clutch."

On Saturday (Feb. 10), the men's squad fell 4-3 at Hillsdale, taking only three singles wins from the Chargers.

"That was an extremely tough fight today for us today," D'Agostini-Yep said. "We were down one due to injury and still fought to the end to make it a close battle."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Women's Tennis Beaten by Timberwolves, Score First Season Win vs. Chargers

The Michigan Tech women's tennis team skidded in their match at Northwood University, but found traction at Hillsdale College, earning their first win of the season.

MTU fell 4-3 to the Timberwolves on Friday (Feb. 9).

"We were so close on the women's side today," said Tech coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "We started off well with getting the first doubles point of the year, but just couldn't hang on to it."

The Huskies earned their first win of the season with a 5-2 victory at Hillsdale on Saturday (Feb. 10), earning their five points in singles.

"We started off slow today and lost the doubles point, but we fired it up in singles," said D'Agostini-Yep. "It was a good recovery with a quick turnaround after yesterday."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Hockey Splits CCHA Series with Mavericks, Wins Winter Carnival Score Count

Michigan Tech hockey split their Winter Carnival CCHA series against Minnesota State at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

Tech opened its annual Winter Carnival series with a 3-1 victory over Minnesota State Friday (Feb. 9). The Huskies never trailed, and the penalty kill unit stepped up late in the game with three kills in the third period.

"I thought we competed hard with intensity and purpose," Tech coach Joe Shawhan said. "We matched their intensity and played off of each other. We got outstanding goaltending and our penalty kill was spectacular."

MTU fell 4-2 to Minnesota State on Saturday (Feb. 10). The Huskies won the total goal weekend series for the MacInnes Trophy in an exhibition shootout after the game.

"We played five good periods on the weekend, but one horrendous period tonight in the second, which cost us the hockey game," Shawhan said. "Good for the guys gutting out the shootout. Winter Carnival is an important tradition in our program."

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Nordic Ski Team Takes Second at CCSA Championships

Michigan Tech's Nordic skiers took second-place honors as a team at the CCSA Conference Championships in Duluth, Minnesota, over the weekend.

"We had a few athletes out with sickness this weekend, which made it tough to compete for team titles," said head coach Tom Monahan Smith. "We're really proud of how our athletes competed who were healthy and able to compete this weekend."

Leading the Huskies were Axel Aflodal, who made the podium with a third-place finish in Sunday's Mass Start, and Synne Herheim with two fourth-place finishes.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Football Golf Outing Date Change

Michigan Tech football has announced a date change for its 2023 Golf Outing. The outing will be held June 29 at Portage Lake Golf Course. Registration is now open for the event.

The format is a four-person scramble with proximity prizes and a skins game. Golfers will check in at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Lunch is included in the ticket price. The day ends with a social with members of the Michigan Tech football team and staff at Bonfire, located at The Continental Fire Co. in Houghton.

Registration costs are $100 per golfer or $400 per foursome. Holes can be sponsored for $100 apiece. Register now.

If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Dan Mettlach at 906-487-2985 or Phil Milbrath at 906-487-2984.

This Week in Michigan Tech Athletics

Tuesday (Feb. 13)
• Huskies Drive Time, 7:30-8 a.m. on Mix 93 WKMJ

Friday (Feb. 16)
• Men's Tennis at McKendree, 3 p.m.
• Women's Tennis at McKendree, 3 p.m.

Saturday (Feb. 17)
• Women's Basketball vs. Northern Michigan, 1 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ, TV6 & FloHoops
• Men's Basketball vs. Northern Michigan, 3 p.m. at SDC Gym on Mix 93 WKMJ, TV6 & FloHoops
• Women's Tennis at Lewis, 3 p.m.
• Men's Tennis at Lewis, 3 p.m.


Athletics News
Read more in the MTU Athletics weekly update.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024

Staff and faculty job descriptions are available on the Human Resources website. For more information regarding staff positions, call 487-2280 or email For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Campus Electrical Engineer, Facilities Management. Apply online.

Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Independent Living, Residence Education and Housing Services. 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

Jim Baker (VPR) was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about the Michigan Small Business Development Center’s promotion of alumnus Daniel Yoder (MBA) to Upper Peninsula associate regional director. Michigan Tech hosts the SBDC’s U.P. regional office, where Yoder has worked since 2019 as a senior business consultant. The Keweenaw Report picked up the story.


Zhanping You (CEGE/MTTI) was quoted by Michigan State University’s Spartan Newsroom and the Iron Mountain Daily News in a story about the “big potential” for recycling scrap tires by incorporating them into road pavement. Trial road projects using rubber-modified asphalt are “performing pretty well,” according to You. The story was picked up from Great Lakes Echo.


The Daily Mining Gazette ran stories about Michigan Tech students’ participation in the Winter Carnival Stage Revue and the Ice Mass at St. Albert the Great University Parish. 

WLUC TV6 covered the overall Carnival winners for 2024. 

WZMQ 19 News picked up Michigan Tech News’ story announcing the winning snow statues for 2024 Winter Carnival.


The Keweenaw Report previewed the Lunabotics Exploration Event being hosted at Michigan Tech on Saturday (Feb. 17) for middle and high schoolers. The Multiplanetary INnovation Enterprise (MINE) is putting on the event as part of the team’s participation in NASA’s Lunabotics Competition.


Michigan State University’s Spartan Newsroom mentioned Michigan Tech in a story examining the use of smart buoys on Lake Erie to communicate data on water conditions, contaminants and nutrients to researchers and anglers. The buoy network was created by Freeboard Technology, a collaborator of Michigan Tech on other network-involved water studies. The story was picked up from Great Lakes Echo.


WOOD TV8 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, mentioned Michigan Tech and included a still image from the Mont Ripley ski hill webcam in a story about locations in the contiguous U.S. that have snow on the ground this February.


Applications Open: Undergraduate Chernosky Climate Leadership Award

Do you know an undergraduate student who is passionate about sustainability and climate change? Please share with them the competition for the Frank Chernosky Climate Leadership Award, an alumni-funded award that supports the development of Michigan Tech undergraduate students into the climate change leaders of tomorrow.

The award for 2024-25 will be $9,600 — a scholarship amount of $8,000 spread over fall and spring semesters, and a professional development and applied work fund of up to $1,600 to be used by August 2025. Awardees will also receive active mentorship from campus and/or external professionals to help them develop networks and skills for their future work. The overall timetable for the award is flexible to accommodate opportunities such as a co-op or internship. Applicants and award recipients will solidify the details on the timing of the award, as well as the nature of mentorship and professional development, through the application process and dialogue with the committee.

To be considered, an applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student at Michigan Tech with the equivalent of at least three semesters of full-time enrollment at MTU by fall 2024. They must also have a minimum of two semesters of coursework remaining, though there is potential for flexibility to accommodate an internship or co-op into the award timeframe.

Applications are due March 13. Full details of the award and a link to the application are available on the Michigan Tech Sustainability Blog.


CS Faculty Candidate Presentation with Nagender Aneja

Department of Computer Science (CS) instructional-track faculty candidate Nagender Aneja will give a virtual classroom presentation today (Feb. 13) at 11 a.m. via Zoom.

The title of Aneja’s presentation is “Navigating the Data with Pandas: An Introduction to Data Science.” The talk will center on the Pandas library, an essential tool in the Python programming ecosystem for data manipulation and analysis.

Join the presentation via Zoom.

Read the talk abstract and Aneja’s bio on the Computing News Blog.


Sustainability Film: 'The Seeds of Vandana Shiva'

The Sustainability Film & Discussion Series, coordinated by the Michigan Tech Office of Sustainability and Resilience, will present "The Seeds of Vandana Shiva" at 7 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 15) in Fisher 138.

"The Seeds of Vandana Shiva" explores the interconnectedness of seeds, food, environment and social justice through the remarkable life story of Gandhian eco-activist and agro-ecologist Vandana Shiva. The film shows how the battle against multinational agribusiness has become an international struggle between two opposing visions for feeding the world: a multinational corporate model of chemically dependent monoculture that rewards a capitalist imperative of profit and growth, or "Earth Democracy," promoted by Shiva, which honors ecology, biodiversity, sustainability and community.

Rachael Pressley, Western Upper Peninsula Food Systems Collaborative and senior regional planner for the Western U.P. Planning and Development Region (WUPPDR), and MTU student Abraham Stone (ecology and evolutionary biology) will facilitate the discussion.

Film sponsors include Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center, Department of Social Sciences, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Sustainability Demonstration House and Keweenaw Youth for Climate Action, as well as the Keweenaw Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Keweenaw Land Trust, Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative, Friends of the Land of Keweenaw and WUP MiSTEM.

Sustainability Film & Discussion Series Details:

  • When: Third Thursday of each month, from January to May, at 7 p.m.
  • Where: Fisher 135 or 138 (refreshments in lobby)
  • Cost: Free. $5 donations are greatly appreciated — make a donation to the Sustainable Film Series.

Upcoming Films:

  • "Going Circular" — March 21, Fisher 138
    Imagine a future where we mimic the genius of nature — to re-calibrate the way humankind lives, breathes, builds — respecting the limits of our resources and transforming the modern world. The film investigates the concept of circularity, an economic system that eliminates waste and saves the planet’s resources, and offers concrete solutions to move toward a more circular economy.

  • "Climate Sisu" — April 18, Fisher 135
    Take a journey through Michigan in search of community knowledge about climate action, resilience, adaptation and education. Climate SISU offers an urgent, yet optimistic call for climate action.

  • "The Engine Inside" — May 16, Fisher 138
    Follow the lives of six individuals from around the globe who have devoted themselves to a simple, age-old machine — the bicycle. Witness how bicycles have the potential to transform lives and contribute to a better world.


Chelsea Schelly, Valoree Gagnon Serving as Panelists in PBS Virtual Town Hall

Chelsea Schelly (SS) and Valoree Gagnon (CFRES) are invited panelists on a special PBS Climate Innovation Virtual Town Hall engagement event happening tonight (Feb. 13) at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT) on Facebook and YouTube.

The town hall event will examine technological advances aimed at reversing the effects of climate change. It will feature excerpts from the documentary, "Ted Explores: A New Climate Vision," and talk with researchers, journalists and other experts at the frontlines of addressing the challenges of a changing climate with rigor and imagination.

Featured guests include:

  • David Biello, TED's lead science curator and the author of "The Unnatural World: The Race to Remake Civilization in Earth's Newest Age"
  • Henk Ovink, executive director of the Global Commission on the Economics of Water, senior fellow at the World Resources Institute, and recent past U.N. special envoy for water
  • Chelsea Schelly, professor of sociology in the Department of Social Sciences and director of research at the Center for Innovation in Sustainability and Resilience at Michigan Technological University
  • Curt Wolf, director of the University of Michigan’s Urban Collaboratory and co-lead on a multipartner project called the Michigan Center for Freshwater Innovation
  • Ann Baughman, associate director for Freshwater Future,  manages the organization's climate program, helping communities build resilience to the impacts of climate change
  • Valoree Gagnon, director of University-Indigenous community partnerships at the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University 
  • Justin Bibb, mayor of Cleveland, Ohio; chair of Climate Mayors; and a strong advocate for elevating local climate leadership and priorities 

This national engagement community initiative is the third of four planned PBS Climate Virtual Town Hall events, presented by Great Lakes Now in support of the PBS Climate Initiative announced in 2023. The event is made possible through a climate programming collaboration between PBS and Detroit Public Television.


Resume Printing at the Van Pelt and Opie Library

Today (Feb. 13), the Van Pelt and Opie Library is continuing its resume printing service in support of Career Fair!

Get assistance with printing up to 25 copies of your resume in the Exhibit Space on the first floor of the library between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. We will provide high-quality resume paper while supplies of it last.

To have your resume printed, email your PDF resume to with the subject line "Resume for [your name]." Then, visit us on the first floor during these times and we will print while you wait.

Today's Campus Events

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Simple Machines: Poetry, Letterpress, and the Art of the Little Magazine Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Simple Machines is a two-edition, international, letterpress poetry magazine founded and edited by Michigan Tech’s M. Bartley Seigel, funded through a Research Excellence...


Spring Blood Drive

The Spring 2024 Blood Drive will be on February 13th and 14th from 10 AM until 4 PM in the Memorial Union Building Ballroom. The American Red Cross recommends everyone make...


Designing Effective International Research Experiences for Students

Join us for an engaging session of the VPR Research Series to hear from our special guest, Dr. Kirsten Davis, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue...


FREE Professional Headshots

The Office of Alumni Engagement is offering free professional headshots for students at the 2024 Spring Career Fair. A photographer from Brockit Inc. will be taking...


PhD Defense: Rishi Babu

Physics Advisor: Petra Huentemeyer Understanding the Particle Accelerators in the Universe with the HAWC Observatory


Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Spring 2024 Session 1

Adult Huskies Swim Lessons provides aquatic education for the beginner to the intermediate swimmer who is looking to become more comfortable in the water and learn the...


Adult Huskies Swim Training Spring 2024 Session 1

Adult Huskies Swim Training provides additional attention and competitive guidance to swimmers ages 18 and older who are looking to improve their swimming skills and fitness...


La Peña - Spanish Conversation Hour

Please join us for an hour of laid-back Spanish speaking setting to chat and play board games. All language levels welcome. La Peña meets today (Feb. 13) in the Walker...



STUFF-A-HUSKY IS BACK! This year's annual event will feature huskies, frogs, octopi, koalas, and moose. Join to make your own stuffed animal of any of these, completely free...


NCSA General Meeting

Join NCSA in their weekly meeting, where we talk about news from the Tech industry, give updates on team projects, and have guest speakers from industry talk about what they...


Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Presented by Michigan Tech Music

Michigan Tech Jazz brings New Orleans to the Keweenaw with an epic Mardi Gras party, complete with a New Orleans inspired Fat Tuesday dinner! The Workshop Brass Band is going...


Michigan Tech Parent Panel

Hear from the parents of current students about their prospective of Michigan Tech and their student's experience.


Prospective Student Hangout

Join us to meet other admitted students and ask current students any burning questions you have about Michigan Tech.