Celebrating the Art of Computing: Human Creativity and Artificial Intelligence Converge at Juried Exhibition

The director of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems take the stage for Art in Silico 2023 and will preside over the 2024 computational art show on April 2 in Hancock, Michigan.

A picture is said to be worth a thousand words — but it can require many more than that to create art with artificial intelligence.

As the second annual Art in Silico computational art show comes to the Keweenaw from April 2-5, entrants and event planners share their processes and the larger meaning behind the event.

Read about this year's Art in Silico event series on Michigan Tech's Unscripted Research Blog.

Get Ready for Design Expo 2024

Save the Date: Michigan Tech’s 24th Design Expo is happening April 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the first floor of the Van Pelt and Opie Library and in the MUB Ballroom.

Design Expo is an annual event that highlights hands-on, discovery-based learning with a showcase of Enterprise, Senior Design/Capstone and other team projects from all across the Michigan Tech campus.

Design Expo Showcase
More than a thousand students will showcase their work and compete for awards. A panel of judges will view and critique project videos created by each team, then come to the Design Expo Showcase to meet the teams and ask questions live and in person. This year, 25 first-year engineering teams will also participate, showcasing their work in the MUB Ballroom.

Design Expo Social Hour and Awards Ceremony
After judging concludes at 2 p.m. April 16, everyone's invited to a social hour at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts starting at 2:30 p.m., with light refreshments, entertainment and door prizes. Then, at 3:30 p.m., we will begin the Design Expo Awards Ceremony, where student teams will be recognized — and more than $3,000 in cash will be awarded.

Sign Up To Be a Judge
We welcome individuals from various professions, disciplines and backgrounds to serve as distinguished judges. It’s not too late! Sign up to be a judge at mtu.edu/expo.

Design Expo is hosted by the Enterprise Program and the College of Engineering. All events are free and open to the public. Any questions? Contact Michael Banyas at mgbanyas@mtu.edu.

Free Speaker Event Tonight: 'Ryan O'Connell: Inclusive by Design'

Don't miss "Ryan O'Connell: Inclusive by Design," a free speaker event at 7:30 p.m. tonight (March 28) at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts presented by the Rozsa Presenting Series and Van Evera Distinguished Lecture Series.

Join Michigan Tech's Darnishia Morris, an instructor and manager of global engagement for the Pavlis Honors College, as she and guest speaker Ryan O'Connell break down the concept of systemic ableism and explore ways to build inclusivity into classrooms, buildings and communities that go beyond ADA compliance.

O'Connell is a multifaceted writer, actor, producer, comedian and inclusion activist. He champions both LGBTQIA+ representation and disability inclusion. His acclaimed memoir, "I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves," details his experience as a gay man with cerebral palsy, and was adapted into the hit Netflix series "Special," which he wrote, produced and starred in.

O'Connell is authentic and funny, and takes an unwatered-down approach to discussions on dismantling systemic ableism and why representation matters now more than ever.

Event Details:

  • What: "Ryan O'Connell: Inclusive by Design" Presented by the Rozsa
  • When: Thursday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Where: Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
  • Tickets: Reserve your seats for this free event through the Rozsa Box Office online 24/7, or from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in person or by calling 906-487-1906.

UP Community Health Town Hall

Join us tonight (March 28) from 7-8 p.m. for the U.P. Community Health Town Hall. This month's topic is domestic violence. Panelists this month include Mary Niemela, director of the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home; Hannah Holma, program director of The Women's Center in Marquette; and Jenna Nelson, prosecuting attorney for Marquette County.

The U.P. Community Health Town Hall is a free monthly virtual webinar series about health topics that impact our communities across the Upper Peninsula. The webinar is hosted by the Northern Michigan University Center for Rural Health and is organized in partnership with Kelly Kamm (KIP) at Michigan Tech.

The webinar is streamed live on Zoom (use passcode 739576) and broadcast on the following radio stations:

  • 97.7 The Wolf (WOLV-FM)
  • 98.7 Rockin' Eagle (WGLI-FM)
  • 105.7 Eagle Country (WCUP-FM)
  • Q107 (WMQT-FM)

More information and recordings of past webinars are available at the U.P. Community Health Town Hall's website and Facebook page.

The Great Game: Join the Outdoor Adventure!

Remember the fun times you had playing Pokémon GO? Join Student Leadership and Involvements (SLI's) Late Night Program for a fun outdoor adventure where participants use an app similar to our favorite childhood game on their phone.

Meet us in the MUB Commons (cafe area) next Thursday (April 4) at 8 p.m. to get directions and the link to the app. For more details, visit Involvement Link.

The game plan: Teams will break a secret code at Husky Plaza, see floating letters in augmented reality above an engineering building and decipher a Morse code message sent by a secret witness near the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.

The Great Game is free to play. Bring your friends. This is sure to be an outdoor Tech adventure with fun and laughs!

Café Français: Exploring Provence

Please join us for the next installment of Café Français, which will take place in the usual location, Walker 120C, from 5-6 p.m. tonight (March 28).

For this week’s Café Français, we will explore one of France’s most beloved, scenic and gastronomically exciting regions: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. We will discuss the region’s history and linguistic specificities (accent and regionalisms), and look at a map or two. If there's time, we will also watch the beginning of Roselyne Bosch’s 2014 film "Avis de Mistral," set in a small city in Provence.

Coffee and tea will be served. Venez nombreux!

PhD Defense: Betsy Lehman, CLS

Ph.D. in Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors candidate Betsy Lehman will defend her doctoral dissertation today (March 28) at 4 p.m. in Meese 109.

Lehman's dissertation is titled "The Question of Questioning: Studying the Sensemaking Process in Ambiguous Scenarios."

Lehman is co-advised by Elizabeth Veinott (CLS) and Sonia Goltz (COB).

PhD Defense: Anne Inger Mørtvedt, CLS

Ph.D. in Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors candidate Anne Inger Mørtvedt will defend her doctoral dissertation tomorrow (March 29) at 9 a.m. in Meese 109 and via Zoom.

Her dissertation is titled "Exploring Usability in Exercise Interventions: From Conceptualization to Measurement and Application."

She is advised by Erich Petushek.

MS Defense: Ketan Patil, CS

M.S. in Computer Science student Ketan Patil will present his final oral examination (defense) on Wednesday (April 3) from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Rekhi 101.

The title of Patil’s talk is “From Technical Resolution to Agile Evolution: A Blended Role at Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE).”

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar with Jessica Alger

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar will take place at 3 p.m. on Monday (April 1) in GLRC 202.

Jessica Alger, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Michigan Tech, will present "Urban Green Space and Flood Risk Equity."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Isabella Lenz, Katelyn Meister Receive Academic All-District Honors

Michigan Tech women's basketball student-athletes Isabella Lenz and Katelyn Meister have been named to the 2023-24 Academic All-District Team by the College Sports Communicators (formerly CoSIDA).

The Academic All-District team recognizes the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom.

Lenz earned First Team All-GLIAC accolades this season, leading the Huskies in minutes (34.7), points (12.7), assists (3.6) and steals (1.4). She holds a perfect 4.0 GPA and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in scientific and technical communication.

Meister earned Second Team All-GLIAC honors, along with being named to the GLIAC All-Defensive Team. She started all 27 games for the Huskies and averaged 10.7 points per game. She holds a 3.89 GPA and is pursuing a bachelor's in human biology.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Marcus Tomashek Named to CSC Academic All-District Team

Michigan Tech men's basketball guard Marcus Tomashek has been selected to the 2023-24 Academic All-District team by the College Sports Communicators (formerly CoSIDA).

The Academic All-District teams recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom.

Tomashek was one of the top scorers in all of NCAA Division II in 2023-24, averaging 22.9 points per outing, shooting 45.6% from the field, 41.3% from 3-point range and 86.7% from the foul line. He earned First Team All-GLIAC accolades and was named Offensive Player of the Week a GLIAC-leading three times.

In the classroom, Tomashek holds a 3.8 GPA and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in forestry.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Hockey Facing No. 1 Boston College in NCAA Regional

Michigan Tech hockey earned the CCHA's automatic bid to the 2024 NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament and will open against No. 1 Boston College on Friday (March 29). 

It is the MTU's third straight NCAA tournament appearance and the fourth under head coach Joe Shawhan. The Huskies and Eagles will play at Amica Mutual Pavilion in the Providence, Rhode Island, with a 2 p.m. face-off.

Following the early semifinal, No. 8 seed Wisconsin will play No. 9 seed Quinnipiac in the late regional semifinal at 5:30 p.m. The regional championship will be played Sunday (March 31) at 4 p.m.

ESPNU and ESPN+ will televise Tech's game on Friday. Sunday's regional championship will be televised on ESPN2. And as always, fans can listen to Michigan Tech hockey live on the radio at Mix 93.5 WKMJ-FM or online at TheMix93.com or Pasty.net.

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Nordic Skiers Post Multiple Top 10 Finishes at US Spring National Championships

The Michigan Tech Nordic Ski squads concluded the 2023-24 campaign with four races from March 21-26 at the SuperTour Finals and Spring National Championships in Duluth, Minnesota.

"The team had an absolutely incredible week of racing," the Nordic skiing coaching staff said. "We had season-best performances from the team all four race days, and this was a result of the absolute blast we had as a team all week long!"

"Thank you and congratulations to all of our seniors on their truly outstanding careers for the Nordic Huskies, and thank you to all who supported us and cheered us on through this season," the coaching staff concluded.

Read where individual Huskies finished at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Track & Field Opening Season at St. Norbert’s Twilight

The Michigan Tech track and field squads are traveling to De Pere, Wisconsin, for their season opener at the St. Norbert's Twilight today (March 28).

Both field and running events will begin at 2 p.m., with the women competing before the men in all events.

Live results of the meet will be provided by PrimeTime Timing. The meet will showcase three teams, with Lake Superior State also competing.

Read the preview at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Next Up in Michigan Tech Esports

The next match for Michigan Tech Esports is Rocket League on Monday (April 1)!

MTU qualified for the Rocket League postseason last week, securing back-to-back wins over RIT and Old Dominion. Their first match is against third-seeded Robert Morris at 7 p.m. on Monday. You can catch the game live on Twitch!

Times are subject to change. Check Twitter @MTUEsports for updates.


Esports News
Read more in the MTU Esports weekly update.

Missed a game? All past streams are available on YouTube.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Thursday, March 28, 2024

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 I, Keweenaw Research Center. Apply online.
Contact: Scott Bradley

Senior Office Assistant (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #24068, Health Research Institute (UAW posting March 28 to April 3, 2024 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.
Contact: Grace Schmitz

Office Assistant (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #24088, Cognitive and Learning Sciences (UAW posting March 28 to April 3, 2024 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.
Contact: Emmitt Forbush

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 Print

Mark Rhodes (SS) is the author of an article published in the journal Political Geography.

The article is titled "National Museum Wales and the scalar bureaucracies of institutional memory work."

In the article, Rhodes argues for a more deliberate focus on studying the bureaucracy which shapes our cultural heritage institutions, particularly considering how multiple scales of bureaucracy work in tandem.

Rhodes' case study, the seven-museum National Museum Wales system funded and overseen at arm's length by the Welsh government, offers a unique lens into a national-scale bureaucracy that must simultaneously negotiate with the larger state (United Kingdom), region (European heritage institutions), globe (UNESCO's World Heritage program) and local municipalities and communities.

In the News

Thomas Oliver (CEO/CEGE) was mentioned by Snowshoe Magazine in a feature article about snowshoeing in the Keweenaw Peninsula — described as a “snowshoer’s remote playground.” The writer noted hearing a presentation from Oliver on the ecology of the snowshoe hare during the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge’s annual Snowshoe Hare event celebrating the sport of snowshoeing.


Steven Elmer (KIP/BioSci/ME-EM) was mentioned by FASEB as a winner of the American Physiological Society 2024 Teaching Career Enhancement Award. The award was announced by the APS last Thursday (March 21).


WJMN Local 3 mentioned the Student Development Complex in a story profiling Jen Shaud, a Remarkable Women of the Upper Peninsula finalist. Shaud uses a wheelchair, and mentioned the SDC’s willingness to plow an accessible path into the building on snowy mornings. The story was picked up by Yahoo! News.


The Daily Mining Gazette interviewed Michigan Tech hockey’s alternate captain Ryland Mosley in a story exploring the factors that are making a difference for the Huskies this season.


Vacation Idea mentioned Winter Carnival in a listicle featuring the “10 Best Things to Do in Houghton MI.”


VPR Candidate Presenting at Open Forum

The Vice President for Research (VPR) Search Committee has invited three candidates to Michigan Tech for on-campus interviews.

Candidate 2 Open Forum Presentation:
Thursday, March 28, at 2 p.m. in Chem Sci 102
The second candidate will interview today and tomorrow (March 28 and 29). The candidate will present their vision for research at Michigan Tech at an open forum today at 2 p.m. in Chem Sci 102.

Information on all candidates, interview dates, open forum information and post-forum recordings can be viewed at the Office of the President's Vice President for Research Search page. A Michigan Tech login is required to view candidate information.

The search committee encourages the campus community to interact with each candidate during the interviews and to provide feedback by completing the anonymous comment form provided on the VPR Candidates page. Feedback forms will be posted immediately following each candidate's visit and will be available for 72 hours following the last candidate's departure.


CFRES Dean Semifinalist Presenting at Open Forum

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (CFRES) Dean Search Committee originally invited four semifinalist candidates to Michigan Tech for on-campus interviews. Due to the third candidate's withdrawal, another candidate has been invited to campus the week of April 8.

Candidate Open Forum Presentation:
Thursday, March 28, at 4 p.m. in Dow 642
The next candidate’s interview will be held today and tomorrow (March 28 and 29). The candidate will present their administrative philosophy and vision for CFRES at an open forum today at 4 p.m. in Dow 642.

Information on all candidates, interview dates and open forum information can be viewed at the Academic Affairs Dean Search page. A Michigan Tech login is required to view resumes and provide comment. The open forums will be video recorded and posted to the website for viewing.

The CFRES Dean Search Committee encourages the campus community to interact with each candidate during the interviews and provide feedback by completing the anonymous comment form provided at the website. Feedback forms will be available for 72 hours following the last candidate's visit.


Provost Holding Open Office Hour Today at Library Cafe

Provost Andrew Storer's open office hours session today (March 28) has been shortened to accommodate the vice president for research candidate vision presentation. The open office hours session will run from 1-2 p.m. in the Library Cafe instead of 1-3 p.m. Feel free to stop by; appointments are not required for open office hours.

Though this will be the final open office hour of the academic year, office hours continue to be held from 1-3 p.m. each Thursday. Faculty, staff and students are welcome to schedule an appointment by emailing Amie Ledgerwood at asledger@mtu.edu.

The information provided here is also available on the Academic Affairs website. To view it, click the office hours icon in the bottom right corner of the banner image.


Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale

The Michigan Tech Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale will be held today and tomorrow (March 28 and 29).

This year, the sale will feature many books from the former Finlandia University library, as well as many art and photography books from the library of Joe Kirkish, longtime Michigan Tech photography professor.

Sale hours will be 5-7 p.m. today for students (free admission) and Friends of the Library members ($20 memberships sold at the door), and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow for the general public.

The sale will be held in the MUB Ballroom, located on the second floor of the Memorial Union Building. Parking is available at meters and in an adjacent pay lot, and all campus parking is free after 4 p.m.

Don’t forget that during the last hour of the sale tomorrow, from 3-4 p.m., we have our $5 bag sale! $5 for all the books you can fit in a brown paper grocery bag!


Physics Colloquium with Zachary Pruett

Zachary Pruett from the American Physical Society will present this week's Physics Colloquium.

Pruett's presentation is titled "The Science Trust Project: Who We Are, What We Do, and You."

The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. today (March 28) in Fisher 139.

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


CFRES Seminar with Stephen Spear

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (CFRES) will host a seminar at 12:30 p.m. today (March 28) in Noblet G002 with speaker Stephen Spear, research biologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin.

The title of Spear's talk is "No Time to Wait: Developing Rapid, Field Portable Environmental DNA Detection Methods for Early Surveillance of Invasive Species."

From the abstract:
Recent developments in point-of-use genetic testing have created the opportunity for biologists and managers to detect environmental DNA (eDNA) of target species rapidly in the field or other non-laboratory settings. These point-of-use protocols may be especially useful for early detection and rapid response for invasive species where immediate results are needed. These workflows can be flexible with a variety of eDNA collection methods (water, air, solid substrates) but require optimization of rapid extraction techniques as well as alternative approaches to PCR, such as isothermal methods. I will highlight ongoing projects developing and testing these workflows for targets such as dreissenid mussels, invasive carp, and terrestrial insects, as well as highlight future needs and opportunities for full implementation.


BioSci Seminar Series Speaker: Dr. Nobuaki Kikyo

Dr. Nobuaki Kikyo will present virtually as part of the Department of Biological Sciences (BioSci) Seminar Series from 3-4 p.m. today (March 28) via Zoom.

Kikyo's presentation is titled "The circadian regulator PER1 promotes cell reprogramming by inhibiting inflammatory signaling from macrophages."

From the abstract:
Circadian regulation of gene expression is prevalent and plays critical roles in cell differentiation. However, its roles in the reprogramming of differentiated cells remain largely unknown. We recently found that one of the master circadian regulators PER1 promoted virus-mediated reprogramming of mouse embryonic fibroblasts (MEFs) to induced neurons and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells). Unexpectedly, PER1 achieved this by repressing inflammatory activation of contaminating macrophages in the MEF culture, rather than by directly modulating the reprogrammability of MEFs. This study uncovers mechanistic links between cell reprogramming, bystander inflammatory macrophages, and circadian rhythms, which are particularly relevant to in vivo reprogramming and organoid formation incorporating immune cells.

Kikyo is a member of the Stem Cell Institute and the Masonic Cancer Center. He received his M.D. and Ph.D. from Tokyo University Medical School, Japan. He studied genomic imprinting in Azim Surani’s laboratory at Wellcome/CRC Institute, University of Cambridge, as a postdoctoral fellow. He then moved to Alan Wolffe’s laboratory at the National Institutes of Health to study biochemical mechanisms of somatic cell nuclear cloning with Xenopus. After becoming a principal investigator at the University of Minnesota, he expanded the research to the circadian regulation of myogenesis, bone remodeling and the reprogramming of fibroblasts to iPS cells and induced neurons.


'Inspire Inclusion' — A Feminist Celebration of International Women's Day Month

Join us in a celebration of International Women’s Day Month. This year, we will gather in the Rozsa Lobby today (March 28) from 1-4:30 p.m. to “inspire inclusion.”

The Department of Humanities, in conjunction with the Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture (RTC) graduate program, invites faculty, students, staff and members of the community to contribute short presentations, from five to 15 minutes in length, with the purpose of showcasing a sampler of the diversity of feminist and inclusive scholarship, research and creativity across the wide range of disciplinary expertise on our campus and within our community.

Emerging from a tradition of “Feminists Reading Feminists,” which has occurred in Walker’s Petersen Library in March for decades, this year’s celebration aspires to showcase all that we do to inspire inclusion on campus and throughout our community.

Join us and share your research, poetry a short story, artwork, music and reflections on feminism and feminist worldviews. Alternatively, read from one of your favorite feminist writers, artists or scientists.

View the event flyer.

If you have questions, please reach out to Heather Chosa or Dana VanKooy.


MSE Seminar with Caleb Stetson

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is hosting a seminar presented by Caleb Stetson, Idaho National Laboratory, today (March 28) from 1-2 p.m. in M&M 610.

Stetson will present "Critical Minerals and Materials: Securing a Domestic Supply Chain for 21st Century Technology."

From the abstract:
Global demand for critical minerals and materials required for next-generation technologies is projected to surpass production in the coming years. Moreover, geopolitical strife has further restricted the exchange of CMMs on global trade markets. CMMs are a broad category of minerals and materials required for permanent magnets, lithium-ion batteries, and semiconductors. North American targets for vehicle electrification and clean energy generation are threatened by this supply chain insecurity. Idaho National Laboratory (INL) has contributed research in CMM separations as a core team member of the Critical Materials Innovation (CMI) Hub, which is now in its 11th year of research operations. INL research contributions to CMI include electrochemically enhanced separations, solvent-driven separations, and biologically driven processes. Each of these technologies presents an opportunity to reduce the energy and reagent required for separations while also reducing waste generation. This seminar will give a broad overview of the CMM landscape, followed by research progress and opportunities. Individual separation technologies will be discussed. Lastly, active and future CMM resource extraction operations in the Upper Peninsula region will be discussed.

Stetson is a research scientist in the Material Separations & Analysis Department at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). Prior to joining INL in 2020, he completed his Ph.D. in Materials Science at the Colorado School of Mines, where he also completed internships in the mining and extractive metallurgy industries. His Ph.D. research focused on the development of scanning probe microscopy-based approaches to characterize the solid electrolyte interphase on next generation lithium-ion battery anodes. This graduate research was conducted at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office.

Stetson also holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.Sc. in Bioengineering and nanotechnology from Tampere University of Technology in Finland, where his thesis work focused on operation and maintenance of advanced X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy systems.

As of 2024, Stetson has authored 25 peer-reviewed publications and three patents. Beyond his educational and research experience, he was in active-duty military service in the U.S. Air Force and spent five years in the private sector working internationally in education, engineering and consulting in Europe, the Middle East and China.


ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker: Chang Kyoung Choi

The next Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) Graduate Seminar speaker will present at 4 p.m. today (March 28) in MEEM 112.

Chang Kyoung Choi will present “Cellular Agriculture: Pioneering the Future of Sustainable and Zoonotic Disease-Resilient Food Systems.”

Choi, an associate professor in mechanical engineering at Michigan Technological University, is renowned for his contributions to heat transfer, phase changes and biomedical engineering. His work advances multimodality imaging systems, with 97 peer-reviewed articles, four pending, and over 100 conference contributions.

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...


CTL Technical Workshop: Panopto

Join the Center for Teaching and Learning (Technical Workshops) for the following opportunity: CTL Technical Workshop: Panopto https://mtu.libcal.com/event/12254156


PhD Defense: Lirong Zhu

Statistics Advisor: Qiuying Sha Statistical Methods for Genetic Association Studies and Polygenic Risk Score Prediction Attend Virtually:...


Critical Minerals and Materials: Securing a Domestic Supply Chain for 21st Century Technology

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Dr. Caleb Stetson Idaho National Laboratory Abstract Global demand for critical minerals and materials required for...


Master's Defense: Vivian Anyanwu



Master's Defense: Katherine Huerta Sanchez

Environmental & Energy Policy Advisor: Chelsea Schelly CONFRONTING THE WILDFIRE CRISIS: UNDERSTANDING EQUITY Attend Virtually: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/89798425410


Cellular Agriculture: Pioneering the Future of Sustainable and Zoonotic Disease-Resilient Food Systems

ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker Series proudly presents Chang Kyoung Choi, PhD Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Michigan Technological...


HuskyLEAD: Authentic Time Management

Define and refine your own methods of time management with Dawn Corwin and Veronica Horning (Wahtera Center for Student Success). Free food and refreshments will be available!


PhD Defense: Elizabeth Lehman

Applied Cognitive Science & Human Factors Co-advisors: Elizabeth Veinott and Sonia Goltz THE QUESTION OF QUESTIONING: STUDYING THE SENSEMAKING PROCESS IN AMBIGUOUS SCENARIOS


Physics Colloquium with Zachary Pruett

Zachary Pruett from The American Physical Society will be presenting at this week's Physics Colloquium. Pruett's presentation is titled "The Science Trust Project: Who We...


Friends of the Michigan Tech Library Book Sale

Come visit our annual book sale! For 2024 it will be held: 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 28, 2024 for students (free) and members ($20 memberships sold at the door)10 a.m. to 4...


Huskies Group Swim Lessons - Learn to Swim Levels 1-5 - Spring 2024 Session 2

Come make a splash in Huskies Group Swim Lessons! American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim Levels 1-5 are being offered at the SDC Pool. Huskies Learn-to-Swim Levels 1-5 (ages 6-17...


Info Session on the Accelerated MS in Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors

Thursday, March 28 at 6:30pm in the Harold Meese Building - Room 110 Join us for an information session on our Accelerated Master's Program in Applied Cognitive Science and...


Modern Language Film Series

In conjunction with the department of humanities, Modern Languages will be hosting its annual film series with the 2024 theme "In Pursuit of Democracy". Thursday March...


Protecting Our Freedom with Anthony Watson

Anthony Watson, a 2018 Winter Olympian, made history as Jamaica’s first-ever skeleton athlete. However, his trajectory took an expected turn when his advocacy for conservative...


Protecting Our Freedom with Anthony Watson

Anthony Watson, a 2018 Winter Olympian, made history as Jamaica’s first-ever skeleton athlete. However, his trajectory took an expected turn when his advocacy for conservative...


Ryan O'Connell: Inclusive by Design Presented by The Rozsa

In Inclusive by Design, speaker Ryan O'Connell will break down what systemic ableism is, discuss how to build inclusivity into spaces [classrooms, buildings, communities] in...


St. Norbert's Twilight

St. Norbert's Twilight, at St. Norbert's College - De Pere, Wis.