Category: Info Meetings

Built World Enterprise Information Session

Are you interested in joining an enterprise?

Built World Enterprise is hosting on information session on Tuesday, February 25th at 5:00pm in Dillman 204. 

Built World Enterprise (BWE) currently participates in the Airport Cooperative Research Program University Design challenge that promotes student involvement in solving issues related to airports and the National Airspace System through innovative approaches. Any major is welcome to participate in the enterprise. 


Meet with ISA

Representatives from International Studies Abroad (ISA) will be visiting Michigan Tech on February 5th and 6th. The ISA representatives will be available to meet with students 1-on-1 to discuss ISA study abroad options.  Please complete this form if you would like to schedule a 1-on-1 appointment with an ISA representative.

Learn more about the Michigan Tech study abroad process.  

If you have any questions, please email studyabroad@mtu.edu.


Study Abroad Summer 2020: Germany

Upcoming info session for this summer’s Faculty Led Study Abroad program to Germany that will teach OSM3000 (Operations and Supply Chain Management) for 3 weeks, blending theory and practice for students.

Session Details: Monday 1/27 @ 5pm Academic Office Building (AOB) room 101  Pizza and Pop will be provided

Questions?   Please contact the faculty coordinator

Ulrich Schmelzle, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management 
College of Business
schmelzle@mtu.edu


Info Session: The GREEN Program

The GREEN Program (TGP) is an award-winning experiential education program for young leaders in sustainable development. Created for students, by students, TGP has introduced a new model for education abroad driven by a desire to provide purposeful, hands-on industry exposure at a fraction of the time and cost of semester-long abroad programs.

At the info session, you will learn about TGP’s program destinations, career-focused model, academic credit, program outcomes, adventure excursions, exclusive alumni benefits, and hear from an emerging leader like you about her experience abroad with TGP first-hand.

RSVP here!

If you can’t make the info session, please contact Lauren at lauren@thegreenprogram.com directly for more information. 


NASA DEVELOP National Program: Informational Webinars

There will be two webinars this month in an effort to provide information about the internship program and how potential candidates can apply.

DEVELOP addresses environmental and public policy issues through interdisciplinary research projects that apply the lens of NASA Earth observations to community concerns around the globe. Bridging the gap between NASA Earth science and society, DEVELOP builds capacity in both participants and partner organizations to better prepare them to address the challenges that face our society and future generations. Teams of DEVELOP participants partner with decision makers to conduct rapid feasibility projects that highlight relevant applications of Earth observing missions, cultivate advanced skills, and increase understanding of NASA Earth science data and technology.

DEVELOP employs participants during 3, 10-week long terms throughout the year to address these challenges through organized partner projects.  There are 11 locations an applicant can apply to, depending on what location the applicant would like to be considered for. Each location has specific projects Participants work on as a team during the 10-week term.  Participants are classified as part-time temporary employees and work an average of 20-29 hours per week.  Salary is determined by location and education.

To apply visit: https://develop.larc.nasa.gov/apply.php


Innovative Global Solutions Brainstorming Event

Effective brainstorming practices are critical to a project’s success. Join our enterprise as we determine our new project, and be a part of the brainstorming process to solve serious issues affecting developing countries.
Innovative Global Solutions is having an open brainstorming session this Wednesday, Dec 4th from 5-7 pm in the Makerspace (bottom of the MUB). Pizza will be provided!

 


Faculty-Led Study Abroad Info Sessions

I want to be sure that the group has information on our Faculty-Led Study Abroad information sessions, which are coming up soon:
Wednesday, Oct 2, 5-6pm in Fisher 101
Monday, Oct. 28, 5-6pm, Library East Reading Room
I have attached an e-announcement for the event, and I’d love to ask if you would share that with your students, and with other faculty who may have students who are interested.
We will have programs for Spring Break, Track A, and Track B, in six locations:
England, Scotland, and Ireland
Greece
Peru
The Bahamas
Costa Rica
Germany
Almost all of the courses offered are HASS and CORE courses; some programs also have the option for more advanced study. For example, in Greece I will be teaching a class called, “International Arts Studio,” where students are able to develop their own creative research project working one-on-one with a faculty mentor.
Lisa Johnson de Gordillo
Pronouns: she, her, hers

Assistant Professor of Visual & Performing Arts
Curator and Director of the Rozsa Galleries
208 Walker Arts & Humanities Center
(906) 487-3096