Celebrate! Forty-five Years of Jazz at Michigan Tech

A forty-fifth anniversary is a great reason to celebrate, and the jazz program at Michigan Technological University intends to party hearty. It all starts with the Off ‘Dem Jam Session at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Hancock. The forty-fifth anniversary concert takes place at the Rozsa Center. It will also be the twelfth annual Don Keranen Memorial Concert… [read more]

Five New Degree Programs Offered

Doctorate in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: This is an interdepartmental program that builds on existing faculty and existing courses in the Departments of Biology and Chemistry, as well as the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science. Bachelor of Arts in Physics and Bachelor of Arts in Physics with a concentration in secondary education: Seel says, “The motivation for offering a BA in physics is to provide students with a strong foundation in the field, but fewer course requirements…” [read more]

Scholarships Available for Future Science, Math Teachers

Sarah Weinreis completed her BS in Chemistry at Michigan Technological University in 2008, but her dream was to help high school students succeed in science and mathematics. She found a path to her goal through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program, which enabled her to earn her teacher certification. The Noyce program, run by the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, placed her at Arthur Hill High School in Saginaw, MI, a high-needs urban school… [read more]

Pattullo Visiting Executive Series Continues with Healthcare Advertising Alumnus

Randall (Randy) Isaacson took a BS in Biological Sciences (’86) and an MS in Rhetoric and Technical Communications (’88) from Michigan Tech and turned them into a successful health care marketing and advertising career. On March 1 and 2, he will return to campus as the third speaker in the Scott Pattullo Visiting Executive Series… [read more]