Michigan Tech Enterprise Day

Do you know a student who might be interested in learning more about Enterprise at Michigan Tech? Or a student who wants to join an Enterprise, but is not sure which team is right for them? Please take a moment to invite any and all students to Enterprise Day, happening next Wednesday (Oct. 20) from 6-8 p.m. in the Rozsa Lobby.

During this time, students will learn more about Enterprise by talking with program staff and students from various Enterprise teams, all in one place. Teams will be spread out across the Rozsa Lobby and outside, weather permitting.

Students will be able to visit with:

Alternative Energy • Aerospace • Advanced Metalworks • Blizzard Baja • Blue Marble Security • BoardSport Technologies • Built World • Clean Snowmobile • CPM, GEAR • Green Campus • Husky Game • HIDE • Hotforest • IGS • ITOxygen • MINE • Open Source • Robotic Systems • SENSE • Supermileage Systems • Velovations

For more information about each team, please visit our Enterprise Day web page. Registration is not required for interested students who would like to attend. Apple cider and donuts will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis during this event.

The use of face coverings and social distancing will be determined by MTU’s Health and Safety Level on Oct. 20. Please keep an eye on the Campus Health and Safety Levels information page.

by Enterprise Program Office.

Michigan Tech Google Scholar Workshop Oct. 12

Join us and learn to use Google Scholar like a pro today (Oct. 12) at 4 p.m. in the Library, Room 244.

Google Scholar is a powerful search engine and often the first stop for students and researchers just diving into a topic. However, weeding through the junk and paywalls to find detailed, relevant information can be a challenge. Attendees at this workshop will learn advanced tools and strategies that will make your Google Scholar searches more targeted and effective!

Register to attend.

By Van Pelt and Opie Library.

Michigan Tech Idea Pitch Competition

Do you have an innovative idea that could disrupt the status quo and “business as usual”? Pitch your idea at the Idea Pitch Competition. Each contestant will have two minutes to share their idea in an interactive community setting. Judges will vote to select top pitches and award cash prizes.

Husky Innovate is hosting the competition Oct. 20 in person from 5-7 p.m. in the Minerals and Materials Engineering Building (M&M), Room U115. To pitch, please register in advance.

Prizes will be awarded to top contestants:

  • First place — $200
  • Second place — $100
  • Third place — $50
  • Honorable mention — $25 (two prizes offered)
  • Audience favorite — $25

Audience members are encouraged to attend in person, but may also attend remotely. Please email Husky Innovate at huskyinnovate@mtu.edu for the Zoom link.

By Husky Innovate.