The Student Scoop – January 13, 2021

You’re Invited to the Fireside Fair!

Are you looking to get involved?  Interested in joining a club?  Look no further! This Thursday, Student Leadership & Involvement will be hosting a Virtual Spring Involvement Fair – the Fireside Fair!  This is a perfect chance for you to check out the awesome Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that Michigan Tech has to offer!  
The fair will occur virtually, through Involvement Link, and will be live from 1 pm to 3 pm on Thursday, January 14th. Check out these links for specific information about the Virtual Spring Involvement Fairhow to participate, as well as information for RSO’s that want to sign up
Please reach out to rso@mtu.edu if you have any questions.


MUB Board Upcoming Events

Zoom Breakout Games

Come hangout with your fellow MTU students and play some of your favorite online games! Join the zoom call anytime from 7 to 10 pm and choose the games you would like to participate in, you can switch games anytime! Games available are: Jackbox, Among Us, skribble.io, Kahoot, Poker, UNO, and playing cards. Zoom Link: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/88114024710

Donut Panic

Come grab a FREE donut from the Library Lobby on Tuesday, January 19th at 10am for a sweet start to your semester!
*While supplies last*

Ballroom Dance Class

Come dance the night away on Friday, January 29th @ 7 pm. We will be teaching you how to ballroom dance so find your partner! The zoom link for this event can be found on Involvement Link and the Facebook event page! 

Follow MUB Board on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with our latest events.


Business Model Boot Camp

January 20th, 5:00 pm, registration: bit.ly/HuskyInnovateBootcamp
Do you plan to pitch at the Bob Mark Business Model Competition? Do you have an innovative idea that you want to develop further? Are you interested in starting your own business or leading an innovative improvement project? If yes, consider attending the Business Model Boot Camp – a virtual workshop, free to Michigan Tech students.
Using the Business Model Canvas, students will work with members of the I-Corps teaching team to develop a business model for their innovation. We walk through steps involved to help you understand the relationship between your value proposition and the customers’ needs. The more clearly you understand this relationship, the better your position to launch a winning product or service.  
If you plan to compete in the Bob Mark Business Model Pitch Competition, or if you’d like to learn how to develop a business model, this workshop is for you. There is a capacity of 15 contestants for our Bob Mark Business Model Competition. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Business Model Boot Camp.
This event is hosted by Husky Innovate, a collaboration between Pavlis Honors College, the College of Business, and the Office of Innovation and Commercialization


Bob Mark Business Competition

January 28th, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Zoom registration to compete or attend: bit.ly/HuskyInnovateBobMark

Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the community are invited to attend an energized virtual pitch competition. The Bob Mark Business Model Pitch Competition is a tribute to the late Professor of Practice Bob Mark within the College of Business. This legacy event recognizes student entrepreneurial spirit. While we will miss meeting in person, we are excited about the opportunity to host this event during Innovation Week and to extend this invitation to the Michigan Tech community around the world.
Graduate and undergraduate students from across campus disciplines are invited to compete.

This event is hosted by Husky Innovate, a collaboration between Pavlis Honors College, the College of Business, and the Office of Innovation and Commercialization. Prizes will be awarded by the College of Business, the MTEC SmartZone, and Husky Innovate.  


Resident Assistant Selection

For more information about the Resident Assistant Selection (RA) position or selection process, visit https://www.mtu.edu/housing/staff/employment/selection.html

WMTU Presents: Music Trivia Night 2021

Join WMTU for a virtual music trivia event on January 26th from 6 to 7 PM! Test your knowledge of pop artists, classic rock, song lyrics, moments in music history, and much more. You’ll be competing for the title of WMTU Music Trivia Champion 2021, and the top three contestants will leave with a claim to some sweet WMTU merch! Join us on Zoom at https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/89605245840. Trivia will be delivered through Kahoot.


Graduate Students: Join Write-D


Graduate Language Assessment and Support (GLAS) Coach Spotlight

Graduate Language Assessment and Support (GLAS) is a free program for international graduate students who wish to improve their English communication and cultural skills.  Take a look at our coach spotlight on Kady Gehrke!

What do you enjoy about being a GLAS coach?
“I enjoy being a GLAS coach because I often feel that I learn just as much from my students as they do from me. They often tell me about their culture and their life back home. So I am able to help them to have an easier time speaking and interacting here, but I also get to hear about the wonderful things that they miss and love back home, and how similar some of it is to my own culture.”

Are you interested in trying out GLAS?  Learn more about our program and sign up with our online schedule here (link to https://www.mtu.edu/gradschool/resources-for/students/glas/).  


Adult Huskies Tennis Lessons Now Open

Adult Huskies Tennis Lessons are now being offered for ages 17 and up who are looking to learn more about the game of tennis! Each class will include techniques and games to learn and develop skills that will improve players’ workouts and match play. Class size is limited and based on social distancing. Masks required at all times.
Lesson participants are encouraged to bring their own equipment, but Gates can provide equipment to those who don’t have their own.

Spring 2021 Session Dates:
Session 1: January 20 – February 17, 2021 (registration closes January 16, 11:59pm)
Session 2: February 22 – March 31, 2021 (registration closes February 20, 11:59pm)
Session 3: April 5 – May 12, 2021 (registration closes April 3, 11:59pm)
Cost
Session 1, Mondays, 4-week session: $50
Session 1, Wednesdays, 5-week session: $62.50
Sessions 2 & 3, 6-week session, 1 day/week: $75Drop-in rate: $15/class (available if the class has not reached capacity, 24 hour notice required.) Private lessons are also available.

For more information, visit Adult Huskies Tennis Lessons.


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