Author: College of Engineering

Sue Hill is the Digital Content Manager for the College of Engineering.

The Use of Visual Aids in Risk Communication Gets International Attention

Assistant Professor of Psychology Edward Cokely and colleagues have published on risk literacy as communicated through the use of graphs and other visual aids. The work has received the attention of several European and American newspapers and websites. One of the publications earned a Best Paper Award by the American Psychological Association… [read more]

Employee Service Recognition Event

25 Years: David Chesney, Chemistry, Marilyn Cooper, Humanities, Bruce Seely, CSA, Max Seel, former CSA dean

30 Years: Judy Anderson, CLS, Judy Fynewever, KIP, Karen Salo, CSA

35 Years: Bahne Cornilsen, Chemistry, Thomas Snyder, Biological Sciences, Donald Wareham,Chemistry

Retirees: Robert Keen, Biological Sciences, with 35 years of service and Gilbert Lewis, Mathematical Sciences, with 35 years of service… [read more]

Presenting Michigan Tech’s class of 2012

Like recent graduates, the class of 2012 comes of age during tough economic times and an uncertain job market. “A lot of diverse, diversity in terms of people coming from all nations from all over the world, but also diversity in terms of opportunities to engage with people from various backgrounds,” reflected Tsitsi Hungwe, a Molecular Biology and Biochemistry major… [read more]