East Hall Construction Update

Please note that construction on East Hall is underway and will pick up pace with the nicer weather. Construction will impact campus this summer as follows:

  • Prince’s Point Trail will be closed during April and May 2024.
  • Pedestrian traffic routes will change beginning April 29. Changes will remain in effect until summer 2025.
  • The area and sidewalk south of Walker and the Rozsa will be closed from May 20 to the end of June 2024.
  • The parking lot east of the Rozsa (Lot 5) will be closed from May 20 until mid-July 2024.
  • Cliff Drive will be closed one weekend in May 2024 (exact dates TBD).
  • Construction delivery truck traffic routes will cross Cliff Drive.

For a detailed map of the areas impacted by this construction, please visit Facilities Management's East Hall Construction page. Facilities will continue to provide updates as impacts to campus change.

Drivers and pedestrians are reminded to keep alert while in and around construction zones and to follow all appropriate directions and detours as well as stay on designated pedestrian paths.

2024 Annual Steam Shutdown

The annual steam shutdown for 2024 will take place the week following Spring Commencement, from April 28 through May 3 (weather permitting).

This outage is required to provide maintenance and service of the boilers and steam distribution system on campus. This planned maintenance improves the reliability of our system and reduces the likelihood of an unplanned failure during the winter heating season.

Note: There will not be heat or hot water in the affected buildings during the steam shutdown. There will be no distilled water available from the steam-driven stills. Steam-driven autoclaves/sterilizers will not be operational.

Annual steam shutdown dates/times:

  • Begins: Sunday, April 28, at noon
  • Ends: Friday, May 3, at noon

Buildings affected:

  • Administration Building
  • ROTC Building
  • Academic Office Building
  • Annex Building
  • Electrical Energy Resources Center
  • Dow Environmental Sciences and Engineering Building
  • Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
  • Walker Arts and Humanities Center
  • Minerals and Materials Engineering Building
  • Grover C. Dillman Hall
  • Fisher Hall
  • J. R. Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library
  • U. J. Noblet Forestry Building
  • H-STEM Building
  • Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building
  • R. L. Smith Building (MEEM)
  • Student Development Complex
  • Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall
  • Douglass Houghton Hall
  • Memorial Union Building
  • Wadsworth Hall
  • McNair Hall
  • Central Energy Plant
  • Facilities Management
  • Hillside Place
  • Great Lakes Research Center

If there are questions or concerns with this plan, contact Steve Store, energy plant manager, at 906-487-2706 (office), 906-390-6336 (cell) or scstore@mtu.edu.

Summer Hours Begin at End of April

Beginning April 29, the University will shift to our summer hours schedule. The core hours of operation will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., meaning all offices must be staffed during these hours.

Employees are expected to fulfill their usual full-time or part-time obligations. Employee work schedules during this time must be coordinated with, and approved by, their supervisor.

Regular office hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) will resume Aug. 12.

Use Your Staff Service Award Days

Benefits Services would like to remind you to use your staff service award days so you don't lose them. The deadline to use them is the end of the current fiscal year, June 30.

To see your current available balance, log into Banweb. Under the Employees tab, click Leave Balances. Your hours will be listed as "Service Award Recognition." They can be entered as Payroll Earn Code 430 or listed as "Service Award Day" on your timesheet.

Fall 2024 TRIP Forms

Benefits Services and Financial Aid encourage students to submit their TRIP forms for the fall 2024 semester by Friday (April 19).

Students are encouraged to turn these forms in as soon as they have them completed, and no later than July 1.

MTU-Bound Seniors Could Win $1,000 for Thoughts on Keweenaw Diversity

The Michigan Tech Parade of Nations is sponsoring an essay contest for area high school seniors who are planning to attend Michigan Tech in the coming fall. The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Since 1989, the Houghton and Hancock communities have celebrated the rich cultural diversity of the Keweenaw through the Parade of Nations, and this scholarship promotes and celebrates the impact of this diversity on tomorrow’s local scholars.

This year's essay prompt is:

“Our community becomes stronger when people from various backgrounds, experiences and perspectives come together. How have you built connections with individuals different from you? How can you contribute to creating a sense of identity and belonging for all students at Michigan Tech?”

The entry deadline is June 30. Essays can be submitted through the Parade of Nations Scholarship Contest Application.

Book Donations to the Friends of the Michigan Tech Library

As the school year winds down, we wonder: Do you have any books to donate to the Friends of the Michigan Tech Library?

All books donated to the Friends are sold at one of our book sales, either in the fall, at Winter Carnival or in the spring, and all proceeds support the Van Pelt and Opie Library at Michigan Tech. The Friends support the leisure reading collection, productivity items available at the Circulation Desk, collections, travel grants, interns for the Michigan Tech Archives and more!

We would like to make this easy for you, and so we have volunteers who can come get book donations if you would like us to. To arrange a pickup, please email Steve Walton at sawalton@mtu.edu or fmtl-l@mtu.edu and someone will contact you to arrange the pickup. If you prefer to bring them yourself, they can be brought to the library’s loading dock during business hours. When you arrive at the loading dock, call the number on the door near the loading dock and the Circulation Desk will send out some helpers to take the books.

Thanks for considering a donation — and thank you for supporting the library.

This Week's C3 Luncheon

Menu for Thursday (April 18):

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

Join Carved and Crafted Catering for this week's C3 Luncheon. The luncheon is held each week on Thursday 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, or C-Cubed, 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).

This week is the last C-Cubed Luncheon for the semester. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall!

AG = Avoiding Gluten
AD = Avoiding Dairy

Tonight: Studio Here Now Student Art Exhibition Reception

Studio Here Now Student Art Exhibition Reception — Monday, April 15, 6-7:30 p.m.
Wadsworth Hall Studio, Wads G04W
Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Tonight (April 15), drop in from 6-7:30 p.m. to enjoy light refreshments and thought-provoking art at the Studio Here Now Student Art Exhibition Reception. Michigan Tech’s diverse minds are represented in this exhibition, with student artists hailing from many colleges and departments across the University.

Studio Here Now serves as a professional research lab and art studio for resident artists and Professor Anne Beffel (VPA). The exhibition’s creative works represent the artists’ connection with their world and with one another throughout art classes taught by Beffel this school year, including Art & Nature, Creative Drawing, Color & Creativity and Creative Practices. 

What to Expect:
The drop-in reception is open to the public. Free refreshments will be provided. Arrive anytime from 6-7:30 p.m. to meet Professor Beffel and the student artists, and view their works created in a variety of different media.

Where's the Wads Studio?
Enter the front doors of Wadsworth Hall (on the south side of U.S. Highway 41). Take the stairs or elevator down one level to the basement. The studio is between the WMTU studio and the music practice room down the hallway.

Event Details:

This Week at the Rozsa (Season Finale!)

Student Art Exhibition Reception — Monday, April 15, from 6-7:30 p.m.
Studio Here Now, Wads G04W
Anne Beffel, Professor, Visual and Performing Arts
Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Join students from across campus at the exhibition of their artworks. See photographs made from a contemplative point of view in nature spaces. Explore drawings informed by the study of mindfulness and human perception. Enjoy light refreshments and meet the artists in a relaxed environment.
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Spring Fling Student Art Showcase — Monday-Tuesday, April 15-16
Rozsa Art Galleries
Terri Jo Frew, Rozsa Gallery Director
Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Stop by the Rozsa Art Galleries for a showcase of student artworks from the Spring '24 Fiber Arts and World Sculpture Traditions classes. Featuring a variety of works in different media, including fibers and textiles, painting, sculpture, mixed media, and more. Students from many different majors at MTU, including (but not limited to) Engineering, Biology, Computer Science, Theatre, Entertainment Technology, and Physics, are presenting their art in this eclectic show.

Rozsa Art Galleries Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturday: 1-8 p.m.
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Mosaic for Earth — Saturday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m.
Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and Michigan Tech Choirs
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Jared Anderson, Conductor
Presented by Michigan Tech Music

The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and Michigan Tech Choirs, conducted by Jared Anderson, close the Rozsa's 2023/2024 season with the spectacular Great Lakes premiere — and second performance ever — of Dwight Bigler’s “Mosaic for Earth.”

Over 150 local musicians will gather on the Rozsa stage for this awe-inspiring performance by the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and Michigan Tech Choirs, featuring the Houghton Area Children’s Chorus and guest soloists Soren Schmidt, Lara Neves, Kathryn Summersett and Drake Dantzler.

Throughout the 100-minute concert, audiences can expect to be swept away by breathtaking visual scenes designed to accompany the music. Together, they showcase the beauty of our planet and our responsibility to protect it.

General Public: Tickets are Pay As You're Able for this Michigan Tech Music event. Purchase your tickets through the Rozsa Box Office online 24/7, in person on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., or by calling 906-487-1906.

Students: Reserve your tickets (included with your Experience Tech fee) online. Bring your HuskyCard to use your student tickets or tap in for Student Rush.

Eight Inducted into MTU's Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society

The Department of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET) and the College of Computing (CC) inducted seven Michigan Tech students and an MMET professor into Michigan Tech’s Delta Zeta Chapter of the Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society on April 2.

Epsilon Pi Tau is the international honor society for professions in technology, recognizing students and technology professionals for academic excellence.

Congratulations to the Delta Zeta Chapter's spring 2024 Epsilon Pi Tau initiates:

  • Professor David Labyak (MMET)
  • Korey Ericson, Computer Network and System Administration
  • Isabella Gatti, Cybersecurity
  • Justin Hannah, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Reiki Karuka, Mechatronics
  • Nikolaus Maly, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Mariah Mellendorf, Cybersecurity
  • Adrian Reyna, Mechanical Engineering Technology

For more information, contact Delta Zeta Chapter trustee John Irwin (MMET) at jlirwin@mtu.edu or co-trustee Todd Arney (CC) at toarney@mtu.edu, or visit Epsilon Pi Tau’s website.

2024 Student Leadership Awards Announced

Outstanding students, staff and alumni were honored Friday (April 12) during Michigan Tech’s 30th Annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony in the Memorial Union Building Ballroom. Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating their achievements!

Congratulations to all of the 2024 winners:

  • President’s Award for Leadership: Marielle Raasio
  • Provost’s Award for Scholarship: Abraham Stone
  • Dean of Students Award for Possibilities: Madison Mattila
  • Josephine and William Balconi Community Service Award: Micaela Geborkoff
  • Exceptional Enthusiasm as Student Leader Award: Skyler Brawley
  • Exceptional Leadership in Student Governance Award: Isobel Bowker
  • Student Employee of the Year: Halle Hill
  • Rising Star of the Year: Lily Ketelsen
  • Outstanding Future Alumni: Joe Dlugos
  • Claire M. Donovan Award: Emily Ruf
  • Percy Julian Award: Jaylen Body and Kieran Rowan
  • Award for Bravery and Kindness in Service to Others: Kaleb Schroeder, Maggie Guinther, Elam Maurer, Boyd Evans, Tristan Walk, Grant Helgestad, Jacob Schang
  • President's Volunteer Service Award: Mitchell Kelly, Alexia Pringle, Ellen DeMeester
  • Exceptional Program of the Year: Outreach Program with the Girl Scouts of WI and the U.P., presented by Society of Women Engineers
  • Student Organization Advisor of the Year: Junhong Min
  • Exceptional Civic Engagement Award: Interfraternity Council
  • Most Improved Student Organization: Huskies Curl
  • Student Organization of the Year: Tau Kappa Epsilon

Our keynote speaker was Kimberly D'Augustino ’15 (B.S. Biological Sciences/Materials Science and Engineering).

More information about the awards and the recipients can be found on the Student Leadership Awards page. Congratulations to all winners and nominees!

MS Defense: Dylan Kangas, ECE

M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering candidate Dylan Kangas will present his master's defense on Thursday (April 18) at 3 p.m. in person in EERC 122 and virtually via Zoom.

The title of Kangas' defense is "Developing Robust Autonomous Vehicles with ROS."

Kangas is advised by Jin Choi and Timothy Havens.

KIP Seminar with Brittney Borowiec

Please join the Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology (KIP) for our final graduate seminar of the spring on Friday (April 19) from 3-4 p.m. in Fisher 132 with guest speaker Brittney Borowiec from the University of Waterloo.

The title of the presentation is “Lessons Learned as a Scientist-Science Writer.”

For more information about Borowiec and her work, please go to the KIP Newsblog.

AC Faculty Candidate Presentation with Syed Ahmed

Department of Applied Computing (AC) mechatronics/MERET tenure-track faculty candidate Syed Ahmed will give a research presentation on Thursday (April 18) at 9:30 a.m. in Fisher 325.

The title of Ahmed’s presentation is “Development and Optimal Control of Autonomous Robotic System for Smart Agriculture.”

Also on Thursday, faculty and students are invited to visit with Ahmed in Fisher 325 — students prior to the research presentation from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and faculty afterward from 11 a.m. to noon.

Read Ahmed's bio and presentation abstract on the Computing News Blog.

CFRES Seminar with Ruth Yanai

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (CFRES) will host a seminar at 12:30 p.m. Thursday (April 18) in Noblet G002 with speaker Ruth Yanai, distinguished professor, Sustainable Resources Management, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

The title of Yanai''s talk is "Nitrogen and Phosphorus Co-limitation in Northern Hardwood Forest Ecosystems."

From the abstract:
Co-limitation is defined as the coincident limitation of biological activity by multiple resources. According to theories of resource optimization, co-limitation should be common as organisms adjust to changes in the availability of resources in the environment. We evaluated co-limitation of tree growth in a factorial field experiment in northern hardwood forests where N and P commonly limit productivity and environmental stressors such as acid rain, N deposition, elevated CO2, and land-use and climate change have disrupted natural processes. The cycling of one nutrient changed in response to addition of the other through synergistic interactions and feedbacks between N and P, including microbial recycling, soil enzymes and foliar nutrient resorption; these responses were suggestive of some degree of N-P co-limitation. In mid-successional and mature forest stands, average tree diameter growth was greater in N+P plots than in single nutrient addition plots, indicating N-P co-limitation. Surprisingly, fine root growth increased, rather than decreased, in response to nutrient addition, with significantly greater root growth in N+P plots in five successional stands and in N-addition plots in three mature stands. Collectively, these results illustrate the complexity of the interactions between macronutrients in regulation of production processes in forest ecosystems.

HU Hosting Distinguished Speaker Lisa Guenther

Please join the Department of Humanities (HU) as we host distinguished speaker Lisa Guenther for her presentation "Collective Memory at Canada's Prison for Women."

This event will be held Wednesday (April 17) from 3-5 p.m. in GLRC 202. View the event flyer.

From the abstract:
What does it mean to remember a past you did not experience personally, but which haunts the place where you live and the people with whom you share this place? I reflect on this question as a supporter of the P4W Memorial Collective, a group of women who did time in the Kingston Prison for Women (P4W). The prison closed in 2000, and it is now owned by a private developer who is turning it into luxury condos and a retirement home. In the midst of this development, the Collective is creating a memorial garden and outdoor gallery in honour of those who died in the prison, and those who continue to live and die in prisons across so-called Canada. The aim of this memory work is not only to preserve the past, but also to change the future, so that people will never again die in the name of justice.

Social Justice Seminar — Tuesday, April 16
We will also be hosting a social justice seminar with Guenther tomorrow (April 16), in which participants will discuss a recent article by Winona LaDuke and Deborah Cowan called "Beyond Wiindigo Infrastructure." If you are interested in attending the seminar, please get in touch with Alexandra Morrison at lamorris@mtu.edu.

Guenther is a philosopher from Queen's University in Canada. She has been doing work on prison abolition, mass incarceration and decolonization, and is working as a supporter for a group of former inmates at a women's prison (P4W Memorial Collective) in Kingston, Ontario. The group is working on ways to memorialize the women (many of them Indigenous) who died in that prison. Guenther will be speaking about that work and more broadly about the issues of memory and place, and the structural violence of the prison system.

Guenther is the Queen’s National Scholar in Political Philosophy and Critical Prison Studies at Queen’s University in Canada. She is the author of “Solitary Confinement: Social Death and its Afterlives” (University of Minnesota Press, 2013) and co-editor of “Death and Other Penalties: Philosophy in a Time of Mass Incarceration” (Fordham University Press, 2015). From 2012-17, she facilitated a discussion group with men on death row in Tennessee called REACH Coalition, and she is currently a member of the P4W Memorial Collective Advisory Board. She is working on a critical phenomenology of prison abolition and decolonization on Turtle Island.

In the News

Cassy Tefft de Muños (CEO) was quoted by WZMQ 19 News in a story covering the OneUP Mind Trekkers Tour: Hidden Coast Festival, held at Bay College in Escanaba last Thursday (April 11). About 500 middle school students attended the event, which featured more than 70 hands-on demonstrations.


Lei Pan (ChE) was quoted by the Detroit Metro Times in a story about the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy’s Critical Minerals Recycling Grant Program. The program will offer $4.75 million in matching grants for research projects focused on recycling critical minerals found in electric vehicle batteries and other technologies. The story was picked up from Interlochen Public Radio.


Popular Science referenced a quote from Holly Hassel (HU) in a story addressing generative AI’s presence in educational spaces. Hassel’s quote appeared Feb. 9 in an Inside Higher Ed story about tools used to detect AI-generated plagiarism.


Tire Business mentioned Michigan Tech as the recipient of a $210,070 grant from the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy to develop a location to recycle vehicle tires. MTU was one of seven grant recipients statewide, which together received a total $2 million toward scrap tire market development efforts.


Parade of Nations Logo Contest Still Seeking K-12 Submissions

Michigan Tech's 2024 Parade of Nations is currently hosting our annual logo design contest for our amazing local K-12 Keweenaw student artists!

This year, our theme is "Holidays Around the World" — exploring the celebrations and holidays that bring cultures joy, connection and community.

The logo should be submitted as either a drawn and colored design (using a maximum of five solid colors and no shading on untextured white paper) or a high-resolution digital scan/upload of original artwork (at least 300 DPI). The designer should sign their name outside the main artwork. Any graphics must be original and not downloaded from the web.

The deadline for logo contest submissions is April 30. The winning logo artist will be awarded $300, and their logo will be put on the official 2024 Parade of Nations stickers, pins and marketing materials.

Please email logo submissions to ips@mtu.edu with a subject line reading "Attention - Mariana Nakashima - Logo Contest."


MS Defense: Singh Harsh, CS

M.S. in Computer Science candidate Singh Harsh will present his final oral examination (defense) today (April 15) from 3-4 p.m. via Zoom online meeting.

The title of Harsh’s defense is “Secure access control in Internet of Vehicles with PoET.”

Harsh is advised by Bo Chen.

Join the Zoom meeting.

Read the talk abstract on the Computing News Blog.


PhD Defense: Neha Sharma, ChE

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering candidate Neha Sharma will present her defense today (April 15) at 8 a.m. The presentation will be in person in Chem Sci 310E or virtually via Zoom.

Sharma's defense is titled “Bioleaching of Manganese Ores."

Sharma's advisor is Timothy Eisele.


Of Quartz We're Open

Hop on over to the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum to explore the official mineral museum of Michigan.

The museum and gift shop are open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission to the museum for Michigan Tech students, staff and faculty is waived with your Tech ID.


Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar with Stephen Hecht

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar will take place at 3 p.m. today (April 15) in GLRC 202.

Stephen Hecht, Wallin Professor of Cancer Prevention and American Cancer Society research professor, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, will present "Carcinogens and DNA Damage from Cigarette Smoking and Vaping."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.


MS Defense: Rixlie Fozilova, ChE

Department of Chemical Engineering (ChE) M.S. student Rixlie Fozilova will present her defense today (April 15) at 3 p.m. The presentation will be in person in Chem Sci 201 or virtually via Zoom.

Fozilova's defense is titled “Optimizing Diabetes Diagnostics Electrophoretic Separation and Detection of Hemoglobin A1c with Boronate."

Fozilova's advisor is Adrienne Minerick.


S-STEM Husky PAWS Scholarship

Please encourage your Pell-eligible students to apply for an exciting new scholarship opportunity!

The S-STEM Husky PAWS (Pathways for Academic Wellness and Success) Scholarship Program awards one-year finishing scholarships for Pell students (determined by the Federal Pell Grant Program) majoring in the College of Engineering, College of Computing or in physics/applied physics who are completing their bachelor’s degrees or accelerated master's degrees. This scholarship is awarded for one year, up to $15,000 for bachelor's students and $20,000 for master's students.

The S-STEM Husky PAWS Scholarship Program has three goals:

  • To elevate each student's assets, which include the unique and valuable skills, knowledge and resiliency derived from their familial and community experiences.
  • To foster a sense of belonging.
  • To increase retention and graduation rates for STEM students who have demonstrated financial need.

These scholarships are made possible through funding from the National Science Foundation’s Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) program, which seeks to support the recruitment, retention and graduation of academically talented low-income students. (Note: Apply for the finishing fellowship with the application form below; do not follow the embedded link on the webpage.)

Students can apply for an S-STEM finishing fellowship by completing the S-STEM Finishing Fellowship Husky PAWS Scholarship Application. This application is due April 26 by 5 p.m. EDT.

In addition to the financial scholarship support, Husky PAWS includes a variety of professional development programming throughout the academic year to support student graduation and career success.

Please reach out to Adrienne Minerick (ChE) at minerick@mtu.edu with any questions.

Today's Campus Events

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PhD Defense: Neha Sharma

Chemical Engineering Advisor: Timothy Eisele Bioleaching of Manganese Ores Attend Virtually: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/83506781608


Carcinogens and DNA Damage from Cigarette Smoking and Vaping

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Dr. Stephen Hecht, Wallin Professor of Cancer Prevention, American Cancer Society Research Professor, University of Minnesota,...


Final Oral Exam: Harsh Singh, MS in Computer Science

Graduate student Harsh Singh, MS in Computer Science, will present his final oral examination (defense) on Monday, April 15, 2024, from 3-4 pm, via Zoom online meeting. The...


Master's Defense: Harsh Kumar Singh

Computer Science Co-advisors: Bo Chen and Ronghua Xu Secure access control in Internet of Vehicles with PoET Attend Virtually:...


Master's Defense: Rikhsikhon Fozilova

Chemical Engineering Advisor: Adrienne Minerick Optimizing Diabetes Diagnostics Electrophoretic Separation and Detection of Hemoglobin A1c with Boronate


Spring 2024 Little Huskies Boys' Basketball Camp

Learning skills, working as a team, and having fun: that’s Michigan Tech’s Little Huskies Boys’ Basketball Camp! It’s about the best introduction to basketball you can...


Student Art Exhibition Reception Hosted by Michigan Tech Art

Join students from across campus at the exhibition of their artworks. See photographs made from a contemplative point of view in nature spaces. Explore drawings informed by...


April GBM

Join the Railroad Engineering and Activities Club on Monday, April 15th at 7:00 pm in Fisher 101 for an in-person presentation from the Steam Railroad Institute. The...


Husky Hobbies - Jewelry Making

Come learn to make jewelry with Craft Club! All supplies and instructions are included. We'll have supplies for beaded jewelry and friendship bracelets.


Spring Fling Presented by Michigan Tech Art

A showcase of student artworks from the spring '24 FIber Arts and World Sculpture Traditions classes. A variety of media is represented including fibers and textiles,...