Strand Associates will be on campus to conduct interviews on Thursday, October 11. A job description and interview details are available on the Career Center/Handshake website. They are looking to hire full-time civil and environmental engineers at all of their 10 locations. Strand is hosting an information session on Wednesday, October 10 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM in Dillman Room 214. Attached is a firm profile with additional details.
Learn More about Michigan Tech’s Engineering Management Major
A degree in engineering management from Michigan Tech positions students for management careers in the engineering field. By blending engineering know-how with a foundation in business, graduates help meet industry demand for this sought after major (offered by only two schools in the state). As a dual degree, engineering management enhances other disciplines by providing a solid backing of management, and STEM skills and hands-on experience.
Huskies of all majors are invited to network with engineering management students and faculty from 4 to 5 p.m. October 10 in Academic Office Building (AOB) 101. You’ll learn about internship experiences, student organizations and courses and career options.
Contact Professor Dana Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions. Pizza and pop will be served.
Carl Blair (SS), Dana Van Kooy (HU) and Libby Meyer (VPA) will host an information session for Cumbria 2019, a faculty-led study abroad program in northern England and southern Scotland: summer, Track B. The session will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 10) in Fisher 130.
We welcome students from across campus. This program offers students an opportunity for foreign travel and for fulfilling HASS (humanities, arts and social sciences) and other General Education requirements in the fields of history, literature, music and archaeology. This session will provide students with information about course offerings, field trips, the application process, costs and scholarships.
The D80 Conference is a dialog and celebration of our efforts to solve issues that confront the world’s poorest 80 percent. The Michigan Tech campus hosts this annual conference each fall to give a platform to the voices of university students serving communities in need, both domestically and abroad.
Our conferences highlight service and research work done by students from Michigan Tech and elsewhere, and are open to anybody interested in development, design and discovery for the poorest 80 percent of humanity. The public is always welcome, but registration is required, so register today and let us know you’re coming.
We are very excited to welcome Erna Grasz, co-founder of the Asante Africa Foundation, as our featured keynote speaker.
The 2018 conference will be held Saturday (Oct. 13) in the Memorial Union Ballroom. More information regarding the conference and registration can be found online.
This year’s conference is sponsored by Michigan Tech’s D80 Center, the Sustainable Futures Institute, Pavlis Honors College and the Visiting Women and Minority Lecturer/Scholar Series (VWMLSS) which is funded by a grant to the Office of Institutional Equity from the State of Michigan’s King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.