Come watch Huskies use the force to stay afloat! Races start at 4 PM at the Houghton Waterfront Park. There is a free shuttle from the MUB and the SDC to the waterfront and back starting at 3 PM. You may even see some special guests in a boat this year, so come on out and celebrate Homecoming!
Do It For Daniel Movie
Tuesday September 27, 5:30PM in Fisher 135
Hosted by Student Health and Wellness, “Do It For Daniel” is a film that documents Daniel Olson’s story. It was created to educate people about the impact of depression, anxiety and mental illness.
Through education, and with your help, the goal is to get this documentary into every high school in the United States and all channels, so we can stop the stigma.
Jeff Olson, Daniel’s father, will be on Michigan Tech’s campus speaking about and sharing this documentary. The event is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, (Sept.17) in Fisher 135.
A Free Outdoor Concert
Tuesday, October 8 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Library East Reading Room
“Dear Stress, Let’s Break-Up”
Tuesday, October 29 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Library East Reading Room
“Super Hero Dynamics”
Tuesday, November 12 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Library East Reading Room
“Failure is a State of Mind”
Monday, December 2 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: MUB Alumni Lounge
The Tech Trails Need Your Help!
Invasive Emerald Ash Borer have caused extensive damage to the ash tree population on the Tech Trails, leaving behind dead trees which create a hole in the canopy allowing invasive shrub species to flourish and stunt native growth. Michigan Tech has received funding through the US-Forest Service/GLRI to plant native trees in areas along ski trails with the greatest loss of ash overstory. Young red maple, northern white cedar, white pine, red-osier dogwood, yellow birch, high bush cranberry, and pussy willow trees will help reestablish the tree cover in areas once dominated by ash and preserve the beauty of the trails for future users. Student and community volunteers will be planting the young trees on September 27, 28 & 29.
Michigan Tech invites you to help preserve the beauty of the Tech Trails and give back to your community. All are welcome to assist as they are able. Stop by the Tech Trails ready to plant! No experience required! Student coordinators will be present to organize volunteers. Work will involve digging, planting, weeding, and mulching. Please dress in long pants, close-toed shoes, and bring a shovel if you are able! Gloves, water, and snacks are recommended.
Tech Trails Warming Hut
–Core Loop and Isle Royale Loop–
Houghton, MI 49931
Note: Signs will indicate the location of work each day
Friday September 27: 1pm-5pm
Saturday September 28: 8am-Noon & 1pm-5pm
Sunday September 29: 8am-Noon & 1pm-5pm
Note: shifts are non-committal, join and leave as you wish
Sigrid Resh, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor of Forest Ecology
To Learn More:
Lunch and Learn at Noon
Monday Sept 23rd
MTU’s MUB Ballroom A2
Find the Event on the MTU School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science Facebook Page @sfres
Project is funded with US-Forest Service and Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding to Sigrid Resh (PI), and Jill Fisher, Rod Chimner, Chris Webster, Tara Bal, Jim Schmierer, and Andrew Storer (co-PIs)
Discussion: Mental Illness & Its Effects on Families
Technological University campus.
Saturday, October 5, registration starts at 9:00 am, MUD FLIES AT NOON. Held at the Range Snowmobile Club.
Spectator admission is $5 per person, vehicle registration is $15 per class. There are classes for stock vehicles, ATVs, SXSx, snowmobiles, heavily modified, and more! Anyone 16 years of age and over can enter for a chance to win prizes. Food and drinks will be sold at the event.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly Upper Michigan.
Check out the event on our Facebook page @MTU4x4
Be at the ROTC building at MTU at 10:00AM on Saturday, October 5th to start the run! Registration is $20, and the first 50 registrants will receive a free t-shirt. Registration can be done early through the link on our Facebook page (@mtuaas), or at the door on the 5th. There will be prizes and some speakers from the Hubbell VFW!
Please message our Facebook page if you have any questions.
The TSgt. Robert E. LaMotte Squadron is a squadron of Air Force ROTC’s Arnold Air Society. Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary, service organization dedicated to the promotion of air power and service within local communities.
Intramural Sports is also HIRING! Interested in becoming an intramural official? If interested please apply at this site: https://uww.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2781710
Upcoming Entry Deadlines
Homecoming Cornhole Tournament: Friday, September 27th @ Noon
– Tournament will take place on Saturday prior to the Varsity Football Game.
Co-Rec Basketball: Wednesday, October 2nd @ 8:00 am
Flag Football Waitlist: Thursday, October 3rd @ 8:00 am
Disc Golf Doubles: Friday, October 4th @ Noon
- Tournament will take place on Saturday, October 5th, starting around 10:00 am
Bocce Ball (re-scheduled): Friday, October 4th @ Noon
- Tournament on Saturday, October 5th, starting around 1:00 pm
Co-Rec Water Polo: Thursday, October 10th @ 8:00 am
Click here to view our Intramural Handbook
If you have any questions, please contact Craig Pellizzaro at 487-3040 or email@example.com.
Michigan Tech Recreation Looking for Officials & Lifeguards
Recreational Services is looking to hire lifeguards for the Student Development Complex pool. General responsibilities include monitoring activities in and around the pool area, including practicing preventative lifeguarding by consistently enforcing rules and regulations. Potential applicants must be at least 15 years of age and have a current American Red Cross Lifeguard and CPR certification.
Michigan Tech is also looking for intramural officials. Sports officials are responsible for officiating intramural events for all levels of competition. Officials will be expected to achieve a level of competence in their scheduled sports. Further, they are to comply with all the policies and procedures of the Intramural-Recreational Sports Services office.
Finally, the Outdoor Adventure Program is looking for staff members for the upcoming academic year. Climbing Wall staff must be belay certified or have previous experience belaying at indoor climbing gyms or outdoors. Nordic Ski Wax Techs should have previous Nordic Ski experience, including waxing and sizing for users. General event staff will assist with a variety of OAP events including log rolling, rock climbing, youth events, and special events. Previous experience working in outdoor recreation is preferred, but not required. Specific skills may be required depending on the position, including the climbing wall and ski waxing.
All applicants must be able to work independently, manage risk, and enforce policies in a fair and consistent manner. Interested applicants to all positions may apply here.
This year’s Muck Run is being organized by the Copper Country Track Club as a fundraiser. The trail 5K will start at the Tech Trails main trailhead off of Sharon Ave on October 19th at 10:00am (arrive to register or check in by 9:30am). Please see the attached registration form. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Expanded Overnight Study Space in the Library