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Guest Blog: Combining Forces

Students in the Women in Automotive Engineering program investigate engineering careers
      in the automotive industry, including mechanical and electrical aspects. Credit: Peter
      Zhu

Summer Youth Programs (SYP) hosted its first writing camp in June. Student writer Grace Sviland teamed up with fellow SYP campers for a confidence boost. . . . Read More

Guest Blog: Into the Fire

Fighting fires has changed over time; the Copper Country Firefighters History Museum
      keeps that history alive. Photo by Jay Heike on Unsplash

Summer Youth Programs hosted its first writing camp in June. Student writer Lauren Pattok steps into the past with Copper Country Firefighters History Museum in Calumet, Michigan. . . . Read More

Students Tap Into the Science of Brewing

The fermentation vessels Huskies use in a new brewing course aren't nearly as large
      as the tanks at Keweenaw Brewing Company—but they get a chance to see the craft on
      a larger scale during a tour of the alumni co-owned brewery.

A new lab course at Michigan Technological University applies analytical and biochemical methods to identify critical factors in the fermentation process. Huskies learn by brewing. . . . Read More