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Sound Art Installation

Need a break from studying? Or simply want to take a moment to relax? Then stop by and enjoy an immersive soundscape accompanied by projected visuals. Aural Canvas Vol.1: Ambient Fields” features eight paintings recontextualized through the use of sound design and music. 

Located in Walker 211 (a.k.a the McArdle Dressing Room) and will be open to visitors the following dates and times:
April 22, 25 & 26 // 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
April 23 & 24 (Saturday and Sunday) // 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Aural Canvas


Denise Sekaquaptewa on stereotypes academic performance and motivation

Denise Sekaquaptewa, professor of psychology, associate chair, and associate director, ADVANCE at the University of Michigan will speak on her experimental research. Dr. Sekaquaptewa’s research program focuses on implicit stereotyping, prejudice, stereotype threat and effects of category salience on test performance and academic motivation. Her current projects include studies of how environmental factors influence women students in math and science and how stereotypes affect interracial communication. After the presentation, we’ll have an open forum discussion on advancing a positive climate at Michigan Tech. Refreshments will be served.

When: Thursday, April 21 in MUB Ballroom B2, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.  For more information visit the site

RSVP here to let us know you’re coming.

Hosted by Michigan Tech Women in Science and Engineering, and the Pavlis Honors College


Free film screening: The Invisible War

The Women’s Programming Committee is presenting this (free) screening of The invisible War, a powerful documentary about rape in the military, Wed, 7:30 pm, Fisher 139. There will be a facilitated discussion held after the conclusion of the film.

Free Screening Wednesday, April 20th @ 7pm; Fisher 139 The documentary highlights the epidemic of rape within the US military. There will be a facilitated discussion held after the conclusion of the film.
Free Screening
Wednesday, April 20th @ 7pm; Fisher 139
The documentary highlights the epidemic of rape within the US military. There will be a facilitated discussion held after the conclusion of the film.