In recognition of World Water Day, Michigan Tech sponsored a variety of events through March 27. This year’s international event focuses on water and energy and the connections between them. Continue reading
Students from the Michigan Tech National Society of Black Engineers will visit seven middle and high schools in Detroit to promote college and engineering. In the evenings, they will conduct Family Engineering Night events at three K-8 schools. NSBE’s Alternative Spring Break is conducted in collaboration with the Detroit Public Schools Office of Science and Detroit Math & Science Center, and funded in part, with a grant from John Deere.
Casey Huckins (Bio Sci), Amy Marcarelli (Bio Sci), Rodney Chimner (SFRES), Guy Meadows (GLRC) and Colin Brooks (MTRI) have received $272,364 of $499,887 for a two-year research and development project “Arresting the Spread of Eurasian Watermilfoil in Lake Superior,” from the US Environmental Protection Agency.
A Family Transportation Activity Night was held recently at Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School near Gulfport, Miss.
Two CEE graduate students traveled with Joan Chadde, education/outreach program coordinator, Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, and presented an activity called “Packaging Bananas” that they helped to develop. The students were Irfan Rasul, graduate research assistant (advisor Pasi Lautala) and Adriano Rothschild, graduate teaching assistant (advisor Jeff Lidicker).
Find out more about the many Outreach programs of the Center for Science and Environmental Outreach