Black Lives Matter.

Michigan Tech stands together as a community to reject any actions steeped in racism, hatred and fear. These actions are repugnant to the College of Engineering. They have no place in our classrooms, labs or offices, nor in our society.

The College of Engineering believes that diversity in an inclusive environment is essential for the development of creative solutions to address the world’s challenges. 

Our faculty, staff and students are fully committed to diversity and inclusiveness. There is much work to be done and we all have a part to play in order for meaningful change to occur.

Janet Callahan, Dean, College of Engineering

Leonard Bohmann, Associate Dean, College of Engineering

Larry Sutter, Assistant Dean, College of Engineering

Sean Kirkpatrick, Chair, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering

Pradeep Agrawal, Chair, Dept. of Chemical Engineering

Audra Morse, Chair, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Glen Archer, Chair, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Jon Sticklen, Chair, Dept. of Engineering Fundamentals

John Gierke, Chair, Dept. of Geological and Mining Engineering and Science

Steve Kampe, Chair, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering

Bill Predebon, Chair, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanics

Walt Milligan, Interim Chair, Dept. of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology

Read more:


A Message to Campus Regarding George Floyd:
Rick Koubek, President

A Call to Action:
Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Supporting Diversity
College of Engineering



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