University Marketing and Communications

University Marketing and Communications (UMC) is a team of strategy-first brand champions. We communicate Michigan Tech voices, opportunities, and experiences to the entire world. Academic departments, divisions, institutes, and organizations collaborate with UMC to promote undergraduate and graduate student enrollment, cultivate alumni affinity and support, and position our faculty researchers as leading scholars.

 

"University Marketing and Communications is a great collaborative partner—from idea generation, to design and development. Michigan Tech Admissions is proud to partner with UMC on recruitment projects."

Allison Carter, Director of Admissions

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Introducing PHF's Endowed Professors

The Portage Health Foundation (PHF) Endowed Michigan Tech Professors Quiying Sha, Keat Gee Ong, and William Cooke for their innovations in the health sciences.

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Lasers Measure Skin Firmness with Avon Products

Testing beauty product claims requires testing the machines that assess those claims. A biomedical engineering lab teamed up with Avon to use lasers to assess the effectiveness of their skin firming lotions and serums.

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Saturday - Jack's back—visit K-day, check out some of our 220+ student organizations, and follow Michigan Tech on YouTube for more vlogs and videos. #MTUkday18
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Friday - All are welcome. #michigantech #prideweek #huskystatue 💛🌈🖤#mtucommUNITY #haveagreatweekend
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Friday - Media disruption, privacy issues, and data mining are facets that draw researchers to study social media companies.