Check out the Summer Opportunities webpage. This new website is intended to showcase undergraduate students’ options for coursework, international experiences, employment and professional development through Michigan Tech during summer semester and assist students in making informed decisions when developing summer plans. Much of the content is and will continue to be links to existing pages.
The CEE Student Success Center (SSC) will be opening tonight for business. It is located in 102 Dillman Hall.
Please note that the Humanities Department has recently added a section of HU 3295, Level III Advanced Spanish for spring, MWF 10-11 am, taught by Leyre Alegre-Figuero.
Hello Civil & Environmental Engineering Students –
Are you interested in studying abroad, but also want to get a summer internship? How about 16 days of bicycling around the world famous cycling infrastructure in The Netherlands (Netherlands where 27% of ALL their daily trips are made by bicycle and it’s easy riding – it is flat terrain!) where we will study bicycle infrastructure, work with students at a Dutch university, meet professionals who plan and design, and so much more? The course runs Sunday, May 20 – Monday, June 4 – plenty of time for you to get back for an internship. The course is offered out of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering Department (by a professor who is a MTU Civil Engineering aluma), yet is available to students at other campuses, such as Michigan Tech, as well.
View the promotional video of the course to catch a glimpse of what you’ll get to experience.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg4scrJFqfs&feature=youtu.be
Join us on a 16 day course cycling throughout The Netherlands while studying the world famous cycling infrastructure. Click here to start the application pro…
Spring registration had closed for a few days but will reopen on Tuesday, November 14 at 10pm.
- Additional section of CEE3810 (Soil Mechanics) lab, Thursdays, 8-11 am.
Humanities has added another section of HU 2830, Public Speaking and Multimedia and HU 2810 Research and Writing in Communication. Both of these courses count for the Communication/Composition requirement.
Humanities also added another section of HU 2503 Introduction to Literature, which is on the Critical And Creative Thinking list.
Humanities has added an online section of HU 3120, Technical and Professional Communication. There are 9 spaces available in that course.
First year students who have scores of 3 or higher on the AP Spanish exam but weren’t able to take Spanish in the fall can take HU 3293 and get the same 9 placement credits after finishing with a B or higher. We are not able to offer HU 3294, 3295, or 3296 this spring (these are the classes designated for students with AP credit). HU 3293 counts as an alternative to UN 1025 Global Issues.
CM 4990/5900 Membrane Separation Fundamentals and Applications
Time: MWF from 3-4pm.
CM 4990, is for undergraduate seniors. Prereqs: CM 3120 or CEE 4502 or ENG 3200 or MEEM 3201 or MY 3110
CM 5900 is for graduate students.
Dr. Da Costa is an expert in this area and so this a great opportunity. See attached for detailed description.