The Student Scoop- September 30, 2020

HuskyLead: How to have Experiences Employers Look For

What are companies looking for? Learn about what kind of involvement opportunities, extracurriculars, and leadership experience can benefit you during your job search. Attend this HuskyLead October 6th at 6 p.m. in MUB Ballroom A2.

Homecoming Registration closes TODAY at NOON!

Homecoming Registration closes TODAY (Sept. 30) at NOON! Register HERE

The theme for homecoming this year is a Happy Little Homecoming (Bob Ross Theme)!

There is a mix of in-person, virtual, and hybrid events so all can take part. In-person events will require masks and social distancing.  The mandatory Team Captain meeting that must be attended by one member of your team is today, Wednesday, September 30 at 7 PM on Zoom.  Whoever registered your team will be sent a calendar invite. 

The full schedule and rulebook can be found on our website and Involvement Link page.

If you don’t have a team and still want to participate, check out these events: Shirt SwapTake and Paint, Trivia Night, and City Solve U!

Please send any questions to Rochelle at

RSO Re-registration and Training are due THIS FRIDAY!

RSO re-registration & training are due Friday, October 2nd at 5pm. This year, the process has been integrated into Involvement Link and you can find helpful instructions for locating and navigating your training here

Presidents, Vice Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Advisors of all Registered Student Organizations are required to participate in training. Additionally, Presidents are required to submit a re-registration in order to maintain their RSO’s active status. Instructions for completing re-registration can be found here

Please reach out to rso@mtuledu with any questions or visit the RSO Help Desk.

Submit your RSO to be featured on the Student Org Spotlight!

Fill out this form to nominate your RSO to be featured on the Student Leadership & Involvement social media! Make sure you include any events coming up and any fun facts about your org.

MUB- Minute to Win it

MUB board will be collaborating with the SLI office to bring the students
and homecoming teams the “Minute to Win it” event.

Students can put their skills to the test by trying to complete tasks in
under a minute. Prizes will be given away to the top 3 teams.

Homecoming teams will sign up through the homecoming form.
Student teams can sign up here:–NO5Fvstjdl0TtEcjC85HkQ/viewform?usp=sf_link–
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DIY Garden Globes

Come pick up a make-and-take kit with an air plant and globe from the MUB Commons on October 1st from 6 – 8 pm!
Grab a bag and take all the materials home with you to make your DIY garden.
*While supplies last*

And the scavenger hunt beings NOW!!

There are tons of sustainable gems hidden throughout Houghton and Hancock.  How many can YOU find?  
We are excited to invite you to participate in a month-long community scavenger hunt focused on finding sustainable features in our own neighborhood!  You will have until 11:59pm on October 18, 2020 to take photos with all of the items on our scavenger hunt list. 

Every 10 photos submitted to us will get you one entry into our prize drawing.  We will be awarding prize baskets to three winners filled with local products and gift cards to local businesses, valued at over $400.
Want more entries into our prize drawing? 

Be on the lookout for bonus tasks on the SDH Instagram/Facebook stories (@mtu.sdh) that will get you an extra entry into our drawing.  These will be time sensitive opportunities, so be ready!!

Please follow this link for the list of items, official rules, and the photo submission process.  We wish you the best of luck!!

The Importance of Community Discovery and Obligation: Strategies for Successful Project, Service Learning and Global Experiences

The Global and Community Engagement Conference (formerly D80) is a dialogue and celebration of our efforts to solve issues that confront the world’s poorest 80%. Traditionally, it’s a one-day conference featuring multiple in-person panels. This year, the conference will be delivered in multiple formats, including a lecture series, a Rozsa gallery exhibit, a walking tour, and a series of online interviews with changemakers around the Michigan Tech community.

This year’s theme is “The Pursuit of Social Equality and Representation,” and features keynote speaker Dr. Meghan L.E. Kirkwood. Kirkwood is an assistant professor of Visual Art at Washington University in St. Louis where she teaches photography. Kirkwood’s photography interests concentrate on landscape photography and the ways artistic representations of land help generate and sustain values and attitudes toward the natural environment. In tandem with her studio practice.

Student session: “The Importance of Community Discovery & Obligation: Strategies for Successful Project, Service Learning and Global Experiences,” to be held Wednesday, September 30, 2020 from 6-7 p.m.

When do you immerse yourself fully into a service learning project or global experience? When do you maintain a respectful distance? How do you respect the culture of the community you’re engaging with? This session is designed for student leaders who want to learn strategies to understanding their roles and thoughtfully prepare for engagement opportunities.   

Campus Lunch and Learn: “The Pursuit of Social Equity & Representation: Impacting Classroom and Student Engagement,” to be held Friday, October 2, 2020 from noon-1 p.m.

During a time of national and global uncertainty, it’s important to explore how our interactions with students impact their Michigan Tech experiences. Dr. Kirkwood will discuss the value of presenting diverse narratives while remaining mindful of the unique viewpoints of our students.
Learn more about the conference, or register for sessions with keynote Dr. Meghan Kirkwood
We hope to see you there,

The Global and Community Engagement Conference team

In collaboration with Visual and Performing Arts and the Pavlis Honors College/ D80 Conference, this program/lecture is partially funded/sponsored by the Visiting Professor Program which is funded by a grant to the Office of the Provost from the State of Michigan’s King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.

Cyprus Info Session

Calling all Pre-Med students! Attend this virtual session to learn about University of Nicosia: Global Semesters Pre-Health study abroad programs in Cyprus. Registration required.
Thursday, October 1st, 4:00 pm EST, Zoom registration

“Celebrating Traditions. Creating Connections.”

Are you a part of a student organization which has an idea that promotes student involvement on campus? The Alumni Board of Directors can help! The Student Initiative Support Program (SISP), financially supports initiatives that positively impact all students and support the alumni mission of “Celebrating Traditions. Creating Connections”. Check out for more information, and to apply. 

Husky Hour Events!

Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being Upcoming Workshops

Check out all of our workshops for the semester and sign up here:

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