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The Student Scoop- September 16, 2020

It’s time for RSO Re-registration and Training!

From now until October 2nd at 5 pm, each Registered Student Organization must re-register in order to maintain active status. The president of each organization is required to complete the re-registration steps listed in Involvement Link and all officers and MTU advisors are required to participate in mandatory training. Instruction for completing your training can be found here and all questions may be directed to rso@mtu.edu.


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.


Sorority Recruitment!

It’s your last chance to sign up for Sorority Recruitment! Join Michigan Tech Sorority Life for a completely virtual recruitment process. Kick off is September 17th, so be sure to sign up beforehand. To sign up, use this link: https://mtu.mycampusdirector2.com/landing/


K-DAY 2020

You have crossed over into the Involvement Zone… K-Day, short for Keweenaw Day, is our student organization fair and it’s an annual tradition at Michigan Tech. This is your opportunity to meet organizations and find out how you can get involved.

This year you can attend any of the in-person K-Day opportunities.  They are all taking place on campus! The final three in-person K-Days are: Thursday, September 17 1-3PM, Monday, September 21 1-3PM, and Tuesday, September 29 1-3PM. For more information on when the in-person K-Days are and which organizations will be there, check out our website!   Please send questions to raspence@mtu.edu.


SWE’s Evening with Industry

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EWI is an annual event hosted by the Michigan Tech Society of Women Engineers the day before the Fall Career Fair. EWI provides a relaxed environment where students and corporate representatives can interact before the career fair.

The event is open to all Michigan Tech University students, who will have the opportunity to network with company representatives while learning about numerous and diverse companies and the internship, co-op, and full-time employment opportunities they offer. These employers target Michigan Tech in their recruiting efforts and are eager to meet and interact with top talented students.


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: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScY3JhfVCUc36opEq9q4bVC2E–NO5Fvstjdl0TtEcjC85HkQ/viewform?usp=sf_link–
Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with our
latest events!

Upcoming Intramural Events!

Download

Register your team at – www.imleagues.com/MTU

If you have any questions, please contact Craig Pellizzaro at 487-3040 or crpelliz@mtu.edu.


RSO Room Reservation Information

Due to the current Health & Safety level on campus and the ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff, many of our buildings have adjusted their options for room reservations this semester.

Memorial Union Building

  • Reservations are for the fall semester only
    • reserved on a first-come, first-served basis 
    • reservation requests for the spring semester will be accepted beginning on November 1, 2020
  • Ballroom is available after 6 p.m. Monday–Friday and on weekends during normal operating hours
    • offered up for student use as a quasi-classroom, Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. for the fall semester when classes are in session
    • Weekdays – walls up separating Ballrooms A1, A2, and B with classroom seating only
    • Weekends – walls can be removed for use of the entire Ballroom with classroom seating only
  • Alumni Lounge will be offline for the fall semester to be utilized as a University testing site
  • Room capacities will be determined using approved capacity guidance
    • Capacities will vary depending on what is allowable for your event/activity type and the meeting room setup you require
    • Existing reservations will be assessed every week for reservations within 30 days, confirming that reservations are still in line with COVID-19 protocols
    • Any additional service staff that are part of your meeting (i.e. Catering or IT) will count toward your overall capacity
  • Rooms will be sanitized between scheduled events and in-room self-sanitizing stations will be available to users
  • Submit a room request here at least 72 hours (3 days) before your event.  If you need to request a room less than 72 hours ahead of time, please contact the Memorial Union at 906-487-2543 or reservations-l@mtu.edu.  
  • Room Setups – View standard setups for each room here. Custom setups are not available at this time.

Registrar – Academic Buildings and Classrooms

  • Classroom reservations for evenings and weekends are maintained in the Registrar’s Office.  You may submit your request using the online room reservation system.  
  • Room reservation requests must be submitted at least one day in advance to ensure Public Safety and Police Services and Energy Management are notified.
  • Registered Student Organizations must adhere to guidelines found here.
  • For all group meetings, the group size of 10 is in effect. Even though your room may hold more, your group must adhere to the size of 10. An option if you have more is to reserve another room or meet outside.
  • Reminder: Public Safety and Police Services is responsible for the locking of all University buildings. If you need after hours access to a building or room, or lock yourself out of your office, please call 487-2216.
  • Information: If you need to reserve equipment or need assistance in a classroom, please contact Information Technology-User Services at it-help@mtu.edu or call 487-1111. Any questions, call the Registrar’s Office at 487-2319.
  • Classrooms are cleaned daily, except weekends. Sanitize the areas where you sit and touch before and after use. Groups must maintain at least six feet of distance. Face coverings must be worn. Close windows, turn off lights, clean up, return room to order, and close the door when leaving. Be smart, do your part, and be responsible for your own safety.

Please Take Care of Breakers

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The North Canal Township Park is what we call “Breakers.” Breakers is unique in that the beach was partly formed due to the result of local mining and is made up largely of stamp sand. Breakers is very popular for students at Michigan Tech – the drive out is nice and it seems like there’s always some group having a bonfire. But we must also be good stewards of the park. Here are a few tips to help us all continue to enjoy Breakers…

  • Pack it in, pack it out
  • Leave it better than you found it
  • Let the wildlife be
  • Be prepared
  • Think about your impact
  • Be courteous to others

Update on SDC Reservations for RSOs!

The SDC will resume reservations for Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) for the 2020-21 academic year on September 21. 

Updated guidelines on the SDC reservation process, requirements and procedures during COVID-19 will be released early next week. Michigan Tech is adhering to state and federal guidelines related to event size, public gatherings and health and safety protocols. Face coverings are required during athletic RSO practices and competitions.

Please note that in addition to the SDC’s COVID-19 guidelines, your plan must also meet the Student Leadership & Involvement Office’s RSO Consideration for Physical Activities and Club Sports During COVID-19.

All RSO reservations that have already been submitted to the SDC are being held. There is no need to submit another form at this time. We thank you for your patience and look forward to getting your group back to the SDC! 

Please hold your questions until you receive the guidelines next week. 

ResEd Spotlight Board Program

We at ResEd have created the Spotlight Board Program which is designed to have student organizations come into the residence hall and decorate a bulletin board to introduce a learning opportunity. The board should be decorated with a given theme and content of your choosing as well as some information about your organization and how other students can get involved. Content can be anything from history/heritage month, awareness month, or any topic that your organization wants to spotlight.

If a student organization submits an idea, the residence hall councils will choose what they want to see in their environment. Submitting an idea does not guarantee your board will be picked for a certain month. For more information about this process you read up on the policy here: Spotlight Board Policy

To submit a idea to create a Spotlight Board Please fill out the following form (add form link here)  by Sept. 20th and if you need an example of a complete form here is one: Spotlight Board Form Example

Let’s Talk Times

Need more information? Please reference our website, as the Zoom links are also available online. https://www.mtu.edu/well-being/programs/letstalk/

Husky Hour Events!

Link to Events Calendar for 9/16: https://events.mtu.edu/event/husky_hour-_exploring_the_keweenaw#.X2DOD2hKjcs 

Link to Events Calendar for 9/22: https://events.mtu.edu/event/husky_hour-_health_skills#.X2DOOmhKjcs 

Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being Upcoming Workshops

Check out all of our workshops for the semester and sign up here: https://www.mtu.edu/well-being/programs/workshops/


Student News Briefs – December 20, 2019

Have a Great Winter Break!

Safe travels and we’ll see you all in 2020!

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.

 

– Helen Keller


Dueling Pianos

 

 

Join MUB Board and Late Night Programming for Dueling Pianos on January 18th from 8 to 11 pm in the MUB Ballroom. From Beethoven to Bohemian Rhapsody, these dueling pianos will be singing and playing requests from the crowd. Bring your friends, bring your family, come and go as you please while you enjoy some good food and even better music.


HuskiesFit Winter Break Class

 


Title IX Survey

 

 

On Friday, January 17, 2020, all students over age 18 will be invited to participate in the Michigan Tech Title IX Sexual and/or Relationship Misconduct Climate Survey.  Students will receive an email with a link to the survey.

The goal of the survey is to provide Michigan Tech with important information on campus sexual misconduct prevalence and responses. Preventing and remedying sexual misconduct is essential to maintaining a safe environment in which students can learn. We are committed to ensuring that all students have the opportunity to fully benefit from our programs and activities.

If students have questions or comments about this survey, please have them contact Kirst Arko, Title IX Coordinator, 306 Administration Building, 906-487-3310, or titleix@mtu.edu.


SDC Lap Pool

The lap pool and dive tank at the Student Development Complex will be closed for the first stage of renovation beginning Friday, December 13th. During this closure, various projects are scheduled to be completed in the pool area which includes removal of the bleachers and various tile work on the walls, benches and deck.
The lap pool is tentatively scheduled to reopen on Monday, January 20. The dive tank will remain closed until further notice. Details on the lap pool spring semester schedule and phase 2 of the renovation will be available at a later date.
Thank you for your patience as we work through this.

Husky Innovate

 

The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting a 5-Day WFR course, taught by Wilderness Medical Associates, on January 6-10, 2020 here at Michigan Tech. This course is open to anyone and everyone! Class size is limited.

“Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the definitive course in medical training for outdoor educators, guides, SAR team members, and others who work or play in remote areas. The curriculum is comprehensive and practical, including all of the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments. The 5-day format is for individuals and sponsors with less time available for on-site training and requires 25 hours of pre-course preparation. Students must register at least 2 weeks before the course date. All students must complete all pre-course work prior to arrival on course.”

Course details are available at 5-day WFR. Cost to register is $725. Register online at 5D-WFR.

Contact the OAP at oap@mtu.edu or 906-487-2290 for further information.


Spring Intramural Sports

 

REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2020 INTRAMURAL SPORTS HAS STARTED

Please check out our Spring 2020 Activity Schedule for more details.

Intramural Sports is also HIRING! Interested in becoming an intramural official? If interested please apply at this site: https://uww.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2781710

Spring Basketball (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Wallyball (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Bowling (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Intramural Sports Office
Student Development Complex Room 202
Office Phone: (906) 487-3040
Email:
imsports@mtu.edu
WEBSITE: http://www.michigantechrecreation.com/IM/index


SDC Holiday Building Schedule

 

The SDC will observe reduced building hours over the holiday break, beginning Saturday, December 21, through Saturday, January 11. We will return to our regular building schedule Sunday, January 12.

Student News Briefs – December 13, 2019

Don’t give up. I believe in you all. A person’s a person no matter how small.

– Dr. Seuss


Dueling Pianos

Join MUB Board and Late Night Programming for Dueling Pianos on January 18th from 8 to 11 pm in the MUB Ballroom. From Beethoven to Bohemian Rhapsody, these dueling pianos will be singing and playing requests from the crowd. Bring your friends, bring your family, come and go as you please while you enjoy some good food and even better music.


Winter Break Bus

 

For the last few years, the Undergraduate Student Government has chartered a student bus for Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, and Spring Break. If you have purchased a ticket in the past, I’d like to thank you for making this a successful endeavor.

Winter Break is approaching, and tickets will be available to purchase online, this will allow students (or family/friends) to purchase a ticket with a credit card. Ticket sales will begin on Monday, December 9, 2019 at 9:00 AM. The cost for the trip will be $100 plus fees, regardless of whether you ride one-way or roundtrip, and regardless of your destination stop. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

You may purchase your ticket and see detailed information about the break bus route by visiting the Eventbrite page here


Film Board Presents: Gremlins

This weekend, Film Board Presents:

Gremlins

Friday, December 13th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday,  December 14th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, December 15th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. All are welcome to attend! We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Gremlins is Rated PG for adult situations/language and violence.

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu


Charity Drive

 

The College Republicans at Michigan Tech have begun their annual charity drive for Toys for Tots and the Western Upper Peninsula Food Bank. To donate, contact jfottman@mtu.edu or stmedley@mtu.edu for more details. Collection will be completed by Friday December 13th at 9:00 AM.
Additionally, the CR’s will also conduct their annual letter writing campaign to active duty service members on Friday December 6th at 6 PM in Fisher 129. All are welcome to come and send a letter to a service member.

Rosza Center Presents: Mozart Requiem Saturday

Michigan Tech Choirs and KSO Present Mozart Requiem Saturday

The Michigan Tech Concert Choir and conScience: The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and the Combined Choirs of Michigan Tech present Mozart Requiem, one of the most beloved masterpieces in the choir/orchestra repertoire. Unfinished at the Mozart’s death, the work was finished by his student Franz Xaver Süssmayr. Featured in the film Amadeus, it is one of the most highly recognized pieces of Western classical music. The choirs and orchestra will also perform Antonio Vivaldi’s Gloria, another beloved work in the choral/orchestral canon. The concert will feature guest soloists Karen Beacom (soprano), Sandra Loy (alto), Robert Skylis (tenor), and Nathan Herfindahl (bass). Please join us for Mozart Requiem, on Saturday, December 14 at 7:30 pm, in the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.

For more details, please visit the event page.


SDC Lap Pool

The lap pool and dive tank at the Student Development Complex will be closed for the first stage of renovation beginning Friday, December 13th. During this closure, various projects are scheduled to be completed in the pool area which includes removal of the bleachers and various tile work on the walls, benches and deck.
The lap pool is tentatively scheduled to reopen on Monday, January 20. The dive tank will remain closed until further notice. Details on the lap pool spring semester schedule and phase 2 of the renovation will be available at a later date.
Thank you for your patience as we work through this.

Husky Innovate

 

The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting a 5-Day WFR course, taught by Wilderness Medical Associates, on January 6-10, 2020 here at Michigan Tech. This course is open to anyone and everyone! Class size is limited.

“Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the definitive course in medical training for outdoor educators, guides, SAR team members, and others who work or play in remote areas. The curriculum is comprehensive and practical, including all of the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments. The 5-day format is for individuals and sponsors with less time available for on-site training and requires 25 hours of pre-course preparation. Students must register at least 2 weeks before the course date. All students must complete all pre-course work prior to arrival on course.”

Course details are available at 5-day WFR. Cost to register is $725. Register online at 5D-WFR.

Contact the OAP at oap@mtu.edu or 906-487-2290 for further information.


Spring Intramural Sports

REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2020 INTRAMURAL SPORTS HAS STARTED

Register here.

Spring Basketball (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Wallyball (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Bowling (Women’s, Men’s & Co-Rec):

Intramural Sports Office
Student Development Complex Room 202
Office Phone: (906) 487-3040
Email:
imsports@mtu.edu
WEBSITE: http://www.michigantechrecreation.com/IM/index

 


Student News Brief – December 6, 2019

Happy December!

 

 


Winter Break Bus

 

For the last few years, the Undergraduate Student Government has chartered a student bus for Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, and Spring Break. If you have purchased a ticket in the past, I’d like to thank you for making this a successful endeavor.

 

Winter Break is approaching, and tickets will be available to purchase online, this will allow students (or family/friends) to purchase a ticket with a credit card. Ticket sales will begin on Monday, December 9, 2019 at 9:00 AM. The cost for the trip will be $100 plus fees, regardless of whether you ride one-way or roundtrip, and regardless of your destination stop. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

You may purchase your ticket and see detailed information about the break bus route by visiting the Eventbrite page here


Advice I would Give My Younger Self

 

The ECE department will be streaming a webinar from IEEE next Thursday morning titled “Advice I Would Give My Younger Self.” Hosted by former IEEE president Karen Bartleson, the presentation will focus on her career path and advice she has for aspiring women engineers. All are welcome! Karen will discuss a range of topics including leadership, mentoring, and paving a path to success.

Date: next Thursday, 12/12/2019
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: EERC 508
Snacks?: Light refreshments

If anybody plans to watch with us, RSVPs in the affirmative are appreciated for determining space and snack requirements.


Finish the Year Strong with HuskiesFit Programs

 

Welcome December! We’ve got (3) whole weeks left to enjoy the current schedule of HuskiesFit Programs at the Student Development Complex! Finish the year strong (and maybe find your new favorite class) with MetCon, Spin Strong or TRX + Total Body Conditioning! Open to the public, day passes are available, and all (3) of these classes are included in the Ultimate HuskiesFit Punch Card!


Film Board Presents: Ad Astra

 

This weekend, Film Board Presents:

Ad Astra

Friday, December 6th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday,  December 7th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, December 8th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. All are welcome to attend! We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Ad Astra is Rated PG-13 for some violence and bloody images, and for brief strong language

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu


Charity Drive

 

The College Republicans at Michigan Tech have begun their annual charity drive for Toys for Tots and the Western Upper Peninsula Food Bank. To donate, contact jfottman@mtu.edu or stmedley@mtu.edu for more details. Collection will be completed by Friday December 13th at 9:00 AM.
Additionally, the CR’s will also conduct their annual letter writing campaign to active duty service members on Friday December 6th at 6 PM in Fisher 129. All are welcome to come and send a letter to a service member.

Semi-annual Customer Appreciation Sale

 

Feeling appreciated is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and the Michigan Tech Campus Store and University Images would like to show our appreciation and thank you for your continued patronage by once again offering our semi-annual Customer Appreciation Sale from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m Friday (Dec. 6).

Nearly everything in the stores will be 25 percent off. We have a great selection of sporting apparel, outerwear, and souvenirs that would be the perfect gift for yourself or anyone on your holiday shopping list.

This year we will be offering free gift wrapping services in exchange for a non-perishable food donation to the Husky Fan Pantry.


Graduation Cap & Gown Pickup at the Campus Store

 

Monday, December 9th-Friday, December 12th  8:30am-4:30pm
*Photo ID is required to pickup Cap & Gown

Rosza Center Presents: Hopstock

 

The Rozsa Center and the Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) are excited to announce their semi-annual student showcase. The showcase, titled Hopscotch, features works of art created by Michigan Tech students who are participating in Project Learning Lab. Project Learning Lab is an innovative arts classroom based inside of Rozsa gallery b. Work on display was created by students in Lisa Gordillo’s Contemporary Sculpture and art + design classes. The exhibition runs Friday-Tuesday, Dec. 6 – 10, 2019. A reception will be held Friday, Dec. 6, from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. The reception is free and all are welcome. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM and Saturday from 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

For more details, please visit the event page.


Rosza Center Presents: Superior Wind Symphony Presents Wintry Mix

 

The Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts and Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents a concert by the Superior Wind Symphony (SWS), titled “Wintry Mix,” a celebration of the music of the holiday season, music that will warm our hearts and uplift our spirits as we settle into the dark and magic of the winter solstice, family celebrations, and Christmas. They will perform in the Rozsa Center this Friday, December 6, at 7:30 PM. Small ensembles will play Christmas music in the Rozsa Lobby prior to the show, to add to the holiday cheer of the evening.

The program includes contemporary band and jazz arrangements of traditional, classical, and folk holiday music, including Welsh, English, and Hebrew folk songs, a jazz band rendition of “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” and three pieces of music in original arrangements/adaptations by Michigan Tech’s Director of Bands, Mike Christianson, including his premier arrangement of Ralph Vaughn William’s Winter’s Willow.

For more details, please visit the event page.


Rosza Center Presents: Enjoy Winter Story Telling

 

Enjoy Winter Storytelling at its Finest: Famed Radio Show “Selected Shorts” Comes to the Rozsa Stage Saturday

The Rozsa Center is pleased to present an evening of warmth, holiday cheer, and storytelling by the tour of Public Radio International’s hit radio show “Selected Shorts” on Saturday, December 7, 7:30 PM.  Selected Shorts, a weekly public radio broadcast, has a simple approach: Great actors read great fiction in front of a live audience. The acclaimed national radio program airs on 150 public radio stations in 29 states, attracting over 300,000 listeners each week through the live show and podcast. Featured actors include Mike Doyle, Boyd Gaines, and Kirsten Vangsness. Part of this special evening of storytelling will include a showcase reading on stage by one of the featured actors of a local writer’s “UP Winter Story” who is the winner of the “Selected Shorts Story Contest.” To enhance the holiday mood of the evening, a handbell choir will play in the Rozsa lobby prior to the show.

For more information, please visit the event page.


Husky Innovate

 

The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting a 5-Day WFR course, taught by Wilderness Medical Associates, on January 6-10, 2020 here at Michigan Tech. This course is open to anyone and everyone! Class size is limited.

“Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the definitive course in medical training for outdoor educators, guides, SAR team members, and others who work or play in remote areas. The curriculum is comprehensive and practical, including all of the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments. The 5-day format is for individuals and sponsors with less time available for on-site training and requires 25 hours of pre-course preparation. Students must register at least 2 weeks before the course date. All students must complete all pre-course work prior to arrival on course.”

Course details are available at 5-day WFR. Cost to register is $725. Register online at 5D-WFR.

Contact the OAP at oap@mtu.edu or 906-487-2290 for further information.


 


Student News Briefs – November 22, 2019

Have a Wonderful Break!!

 


HuskyLEAD

Monday, December 2 –  “Risky Business” –  Have you ever thought of a brilliant idea for an event that may have some element of risk? Join us in discovering ways to still be able to have all the fun while understanding how to stay safe. Attend this HuskyLead held in MUB Alumni Lounge from 4-5 p.m. 

HuskyLEAD, a leadership development series for all Michigan Tech students. At Michigan Tech, we believe that leadership development is essential for all students to truly make an impact on campus and society. This program encourages all students from campus leaders and student organization officers, to individuals who just want to learn, to elevate their leadership skills by learning the best techniques, tips, and tricks for their personal, organizational, academic, and professional success.


Husky Tae Kwon Do

 

 

Husky Tae Kwon Do is the Tae Kwon Do club at Michigan Tech. The club is open to everyone and no previous martial arts experience is necessary. If you practice a different martial art, you are welcome to join as well! Hope to see you kick with us! Click on poster for more information


Panhellenic Council Social

 

 

Thursday, December 5th at 7 pm in the Wadsworth Annex, the sorority women of Michigan Tech are hosting a fun social for women interested in sorority life! You’re invited to a fun evening of stress relief holiday crafting and fun conversations about the many benefits of sorority membership!


Semi-annual Customer Appreciation Sale

Feeling appreciated is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and the Michigan Tech Campus Store and University Images would like to show our appreciation and thank you for your continued patronage by once again offering our semi-annual Customer Appreciation Sale from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m Friday (Dec. 6).

Nearly everything in the stores will be 25 percent off. We have a great selection of sporting apparel, outerwear, and souvenirs that would be the perfect gift for yourself or anyone on your holiday shopping list.

This year we will be offering free gift wrapping services in exchange for a non-perishable food donation to the Husky Fan Pantry.

 


Thanksgiving Week Building Hours at the SDC

 

The SDC will observe reduced hours over Thanksgiving break, November 23-30. Regular hours will resume Sunday, December 1.

Makeover and Makeup Competition

Hosted by the Saudi Club, this is your chance to get a makeover on Wednesday, December 4th from 5:00PM – 7:00PM! Please click on the the flyer for more information:


Husky Innovate

The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting a 5-Day WFR course, taught by Wilderness Medical Associates, on January 6-10, 2020 here at Michigan Tech. This course is open to anyone and everyone! Class size is limited.

“Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the definitive course in medical training for outdoor educators, guides, SAR team members, and others who work or play in remote areas. The curriculum is comprehensive and practical, including all of the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments. The 5-day format is for individuals and sponsors with less time available for on-site training and requires 25 hours of pre-course preparation. Students must register at least 2 weeks before the course date. All students must complete all pre-course work prior to arrival on course.”

Course details are available at 5-day WFR. Cost to register is $725. Register online at 5D-WFR.

Contact the OAP at oap@mtu.edu or 906-487-2290 for further information.


Husky Innovate

 

Husky Innovate Series: Business Model Bootcamp

Wednesday, December 4, 5-7 p.m.
M&M U133
Register now

What does it take to start a successful new venture? How do you minimize financial risk and ensure that your innovation is a winner in the eyes of the customer? Join us for the Business Model Boot Camp and learn how to use the business model canvas.

The business model canvas helps you to 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.

Developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, the business model canvas emphasizes the relationships of the nine components of a business model
1) Customer Segments
2) Value Propositions
3) Channels
4) Customer Relationships
5) Revenue Streams
6) Key Resources
7) Key Activities
8) Key Partnerships and
9) Cost Structure.

The I-Corps teaching team will guide students through the process of developing their unique business model. In this workshop, you will map out your canvas with specific focus on the value proposition and the customer segments.

Students who participated in the Idea Pitch Competition and/or plan to compete in the upcoming Bob Mark Business Model Competition, are strongly encouraged to register for this bootcamp. There is a cap of 25 contestants for our Bob Mark Business Model Competition. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Business Model Boot Camp.


 ZUMBA!

 

Dive into Aqua Zumba in the SDC Pool Thursdays at 7pm & Saturdays at 9am. With fun music and traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blends it all together in an exhilarating workout chock full of cardio and body toning.
The one that started it all…. Dance your way to a healthier lifestyle with Zumba! Latin/international music & dance moves combine to create such a fun, energetic routine that you don’t even realize you’re working out!
Take the Zumba party you love at a slower pace with Zumba Gold! Perfect for active older adults, people new to fitness or those just looking for a modified Zumba class at a lower intensity.
Get a high intensity interval training workout driven by the science of Synced Music Motivation with STRONG by Zumba.

Join Sarah Mondays at 5:15pm in the SDC Studio for Zumba Toning! Zumba Toning uses weighted maraca-like Zumba Toning Sticks to blend body-sculpting techniques and specific Zumba moves into one calorie-burning, strength-training experience!
All five classes are included in the Ultimate HuskiesFit Punch Card. Open to the public, walk-ins are always welcome! HuskiesFit has something to offer every type of group fitness enthusiast!
Commit to be HuskiesFit today with ZUMBA!

POUND! Rock Out Your Workout

 

ROCK out your workout with Rochelle Thursdays at 5:30pm in the SDC Studio! Weighted drumsticks help you become the music. Included in the Ultimate HuskiesFit Punch Card. Enrollment is rolling, walk-ins always welcome! #poundfitness #huskiesfit


Class Tribute Program

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN December 2019: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invite you to make your upcoming commencement day even more meaningful by participating in the Class Tribute Program!  It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program.

Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/classtributes  for program and participation details.  The deadline for tribute submissions is November 18, Monday.

For questions, contact Adam Portmann at 487-2542 or aportman@mtu.edu


 


Student News Briefs – November 15, 2019

 “We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.”

— John F. Kennedy


HuskyLEAD

Monday, December 2 –  “Risky Business” –  Have you ever thought of a brilliant idea for an event that may have some element of risk? Join us in discovering ways to still be able to have all the fun while understanding how to stay safe. Attend this HuskyLead held in MUB Alumni Lounge from 4-5 p.m. 

HuskyLEAD, a leadership development series for all Michigan Tech students. At Michigan Tech, we believe that leadership development is essential for all students to truly make an impact on campus and society. This program encourages all students from campus leaders and student organization officers, to individuals who just want to learn, to elevate their leadership skills by learning the best techniques, tips, and tricks for their personal, organizational, academic, and professional success.


Family Friday Night at the SDC!

Family Friday Night @ the SDC! This Friday, November 15, 7:00-9:00pm.

Enjoy some family-friendly recreation time! During select Friday evenings throughout the year, the following areas of the SDC will have extended/additional recreation options for anyone that wants to use the facility.

  • The pool will be open from 7:00-9:00pm, and there will be no lane lines. We will have log rolling available with staff to assist as well as lily pads and regular pool toys.
  • The climbing wall will be open from 7:00-9:00pm, and there will be staff available to assist.
  • The multipurpose room will have open recreation time per regular rules with first come, first serve on courts for basketball, volleyball, badminton, etc.
  • Racquetball, wallyball and squash courts are available.
  • Equipment available – Show your Tech student ID, SDC membership card or day pass to the attendant at the desk by the multipurpose room to check out fun recreational equipment (ie basketballs) for use while you’re here at the SDC! Complete list of available equipment.

Free to Michigan Tech students & SDC members, included in SDC Day Pass!

Future Family Friday Nights (mark your calendar!)

  • Friday, January 17
  • Friday, February 21
  • Friday, March 27
For more information, visit Family Friday Nights!

Archery Tag

MUB Board is hosting Archery Tag on November 16th at the SDC Wood Gym from 5-8 pm. This event is just like dodgeball or laser tag, but with bows and soft tip arrows.


LeaderShape Applications Application Deadline Extended!

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join a community of individuals working to create a world that doesn’t not exist right now except in moments. LeaderShape® Institute Applications are open for 2020. This week-long leadership development experience is designed to help people learn to “lead with integrity.”
Application deadline EXTENDED until 11:59PM on Sunday, November 17! Apply now!
If you have any further questions, please contact Student Leadership & Involvement in MUB 112 or emailing activities@mtu.edu.

Student Fall Fest

It’s almost Thanksgiving Break and we want to take this opportunity to show how thankful we are for all of YOU, our students.

Friday, November 15th, from 1 pm to 4 pm, the Campus Store will be hosting STUDENT FALL FEST!

FALL FEST is a special event to celebrate YOU.

Stop by the Campus Store and join in the fun! There will be games, contests, snacks, and prizes!

We look forward to seeing you!


Film Board Presents: The Nightmare Before Christmas

This weekend, Film Board Presents:

Nightmare Before Christmas

Friday, November 15th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday,  November 16th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, November 17th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. All are welcome to attend! We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

The Nightmare Before Christmas is Rated PG for some scary images..

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu


I-Corps Site Program, Fall 2019

 

Tuesdays, 4-6 p.m.

Take your innovation to the next level through the lean launchpad customer discovery method. Teams who complete the five week program are eligible for $2,500 of funding for continued customer discovery and prototyping. They may also be eligible for the NSF National I-Corps program which includes $50,000 in funding and additional training.

Register at bit.ly/F2019I-Corps by November 15.

Meeting times are:

  • 11/19 from 4-8 p.m.
  • 12/3 from 4-6 p.m.
  • 12/10 from 4-6 p.m.
  • 12/17 from 4-6 p.m.

A light dinner will be served at each meeting.


Thanksgiving Week Building Hours at the SDC

The SDC will observe reduced hours over Thanksgiving break, November 23-30. Regular hours will resume Sunday, December 1.

Calling All Nominations for the Bayard Rustin Award

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) awards the Bayard Rustin Award to a servant leader on campus during the annual MLK reception. Rustin acted as an influential adviser “behind the scenes” to civil-rights leaders. He worked along Martin Luther King Jr. and helped organized Freedom Rides and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Rustin also served as an organizer for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. On November 20, 2013, President Barack Obama posthumously awarded Rustin the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This award features a servant leader who is often behind the scenes making significant strides and we would like to recognize them publicly for their commitment. Nominations are due December 1, 2019.
Award will be presented during the MLK Banquet on January 20, 2020.

Makeover and Makeup Competition

Hosted by the Saudi Club, this is your chance to get a makeover on Tuesday, November 19th! Please view the flyer for more information:


Prototype Your Innovation

Prototype Your Innovation

Wednesday, November 20, 5-7 p.m.
The Alley Makerspace
Register now

You’ve got an innovative idea.

Q:  How can you tell if your end user will like it and if it will meet their needs?

A:  Prototype!

Get comfortable prototyping ideas to test solutions and gather feedback.  Prototyping expresses your innovation so that the end user can interact with it to give you feedback and key insights.  Express your innovation,  prototype!

Register at http://bit.ly/PrototypeYourInnovation

 

Husky Innovate Series: Business Model Bootcamp

Wednesday, December 4, 5-7 p.m.
M&M U133
Register now

What does it take to start a successful new venture? How do you minimize financial risk and ensure that your innovation is a winner in the eyes of the customer? Join us for the Business Model Boot Camp and learn how to use the business model canvas.

The business model canvas helps you to 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.

Developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, the business model canvas emphasizes the relationships of the nine components of a business model
1) Customer Segments
2) Value Propositions
3) Channels
4) Customer Relationships
5) Revenue Streams
6) Key Resources
7) Key Activities
8) Key Partnerships and
9) Cost Structure.

The I-Corps teaching team will guide students through the process of developing their unique business model. In this workshop, you will map out your canvas with specific focus on the value proposition and the customer segments.

Students who participated in the Idea Pitch Competition and/or plan to compete in the upcoming Bob Mark Business Model Competition, are strongly encouraged to register for this bootcamp. There is a cap of 25 contestants for our Bob Mark Business Model Competition. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Business Model Boot Camp.


 ZUMBA!

Dive into Aqua Zumba in the SDC Pool Thursdays at 7pm & Saturdays at 9am. With fun music and traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blends it all together in an exhilarating workout chock full of cardio and body toning.
The one that started it all…. Dance your way to a healthier lifestyle with Zumba! Latin/international music & dance moves combine to create such a fun, energetic routine that you don’t even realize you’re working out!
Take the Zumba party you love at a slower pace with Zumba Gold! Perfect for active older adults, people new to fitness or those just looking for a modified Zumba class at a lower intensity.
Get a high intensity interval training workout driven by the science of Synced Music Motivation with STRONG by Zumba.

Join Sarah Mondays at 5:15pm in the SDC Studio for Zumba Toning! Zumba Toning uses weighted maraca-like Zumba Toning Sticks to blend body-sculpting techniques and specific Zumba moves into one calorie-burning, strength-training experience!
All five classes are included in the Ultimate HuskiesFit Punch Card. Open to the public, walk-ins are always welcome! HuskiesFit has something to offer every type of group fitness enthusiast!
Commit to be HuskiesFit today with ZUMBA!

2019 Copper Country Science & Engineering Festival

Mind Trekkers is hosting the 2019 Copper Country Science & Engineering Festival at Hancock High School for 700 local middle school students on Wednesday, November 20th and is seeking volunteers and student organizations to help excite these students about STEM!  Have you been interested in volunteering for Mind Trekkers but haven’t been able to travel?  Are you a part of a student organization that requires service hours or is just passionate about outreach?  Join us and inspire local students to pursue post-secondary education and careers in STEM.  Mind Trekkers can even supply hands-on STEM demonstrations for your organization if you do not have any on hand!
The event will be from 9:00 – 2:30 pm with a lunch break from 11:00 – 11:45.  Lunch will be provided to volunteers working all day, however, we are accepting volunteers who can only make it for the morning for afternoon as well!  Set up will start at 8:00 am and clean up will take place immediately after the event.  Rides available to and from Michigan Tech.

Class Tribute Program

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN December 2019: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invite you to make your upcoming commencement day even more meaningful by participating in the Class Tribute Program!  It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program.

Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/classtributes  for program and participation details.  The deadline for tribute submissions is November 18, Monday.

For questions, contact Adam Portmann at 487-2542 or aportman@mtu.edu


 


Student News Brief – November 8, 2019

“You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.”
– Walt Disney

MUB Board Presents: Comedian Bryan Morris

 

Saturday, November 9th in the MUB Ballroom

The MUB board will be hosting a comedy night with comedian Bryan Morris! This event will go from 9-10 PM in the MUB ballroom.


Hogwarts Night

 

The MUB Board is hosting a Hogwarts Night on November 13th from 7-9 pm in the MUB Ballroom B. This event will have cupcake decorating, quidditch games, and pin the nose on Voldemort. Also, attendees are welcome to wear costumes!


HuskyLEAD

Everyone experiences setbacks from time to time. Learn how rethink how you feel about failure and use it as an opportunity to grow. Attend this HuskyLead held in Library East Reading Room from 4-5 p.m.

Tuesday, November 12 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Library East Reading Room
“Failure is a State of Mind”


Engineering Study Abroad Panel Discussion

 

The College of Engineering together with Pavlis is hosting an Engineering Study Abroad panel discussion on Nov. 11 from 6-7pm in the MUB Alumni Lounge. We will serve pizza starting at 5:30pm.


LeaderShape Applications

 

LeaderShape® Institute Applications are open for 2020. This week-long leadership development experience is designed to help people learn to “lead with integrity.”
The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute runs from January 6-11, 2020 at the Ford Center. Go to LeaderShape to learn more and apply!
If you have any further questions, please contact Student Leadership & Involvement in MUB 112 or emailing activities@mtu.edu.

Archery Tag

MUB Board is hosting Archery Tag on November 16th at the SDC Wood Gym from 5-8 pm. This event is just like dodgeball or laser tag, but with bows and soft tip arrows.


Film Board Presents: Spiderman Far From Home

 

This weekend, Film Board Presents:

Spiderman Far From Home

Friday, November 8th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday,  November 9th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, November 10th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Spiderman is Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments.

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu


I-Corps Site Program, Fall 2019

 

Tuesdays, 4-6 p.m.

Take your innovation to the next level through the lean launchpad customer discovery method. Teams who complete the five week program are eligible for $2,500 of funding for continued customer discovery and prototyping. They may also be eligible for the NSF National I-Corps program which includes $50,000 in funding and additional training.

Register at bit.ly/F2019I-Corps by November 15.

Meeting times are:

  • 11/19 from 4-8 p.m.
  • 12/3 from 4-6 p.m.
  • 12/10 from 4-6 p.m.
  • 12/17 from 4-6 p.m.

A light dinner will be served at each meeting.


ISA Fireside Chat

Thinking about studying abroad next summer or fall? Stop by the Hillside Place outdoor fireplace on November 14th, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm to make a smore over an open fire and chat with study abroad alumni about their study abroad experience, and learn how you can go abroad next year! Can’t make it? Email studyabroad@mtu.edu for information.


Calling All Nominations for the Bayard Rustin Award

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) awards the Bayard Rustin Award to a servant leader on campus during the annual MLK reception. Rustin acted as an influential adviser “behind the scenes” to civil-rights leaders. He worked along Martin Luther King Jr. and helped organized Freedom Rides and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Rustin also served as an organizer for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. On November 20, 2013, President Barack Obama posthumously awarded Rustin the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This award features a servant leader who is often behind the scenes making significant strides and we would like to recognize them publicly for their commitment. Nominations are due December 1, 2019.
Award will be presented during the MLK Banquet on January 20, 2020.

Aquila Theatre Performs Orwell’s “1984” at the Rozsa

 

The Rozsa Center presents a powerful theatrical production of George Orwell’s 1984: An evocative and timely cautionary tale of personal freedom against political repression. Today, Orwell’s story resonates around the globe as individuals, systems, and governments clash. Join us for 1984, by New York City’s Aquila Theatre, followed by a post-show discussion of how Orwell’s narrative eerily predicted today’s challenges to privacy, truth, and personal expression. See 1984 at the Rozsa Center on Friday, November 8, at 7:00 pm.

 


Men’s Club Volleyball Home Tournament

 

Come cheer on your MTU Men’s Club Volleyball team as they host UW-Stevens Point for their season opener! Takes place immediately following the MTU vs FSU women’s varsity volleyball match at 5pm. Free admission! We hope you can join us!
Friday, November 8th @ 7pm (or following the end of the MTU Women’s Varsity Volleyball Match )
Location: SDC Varsity Wood Gym

 

 


Prototype Your Innovation

Prototype Your Innovation

Wednesday, November 20, 5-7 p.m.
The Alley Makerspace
Register now

You’ve got an innovative idea.

Q:  How can you tell if your end user will like it and if it will meet their needs? 

A:  Prototype!  

Get comfortable prototyping ideas to test solutions and gather feedback.  Prototyping expresses your innovation so that the end user can interact with it to give you feedback and key insights.  Express your innovation,  prototype!   

Register at http://bit.ly/PrototypeYourInnovation

 

Husky Innovate Series: Business Model Bootcamp

Wednesday, December 4, 5-7 p.m.
M&M U133
Register now

What does it take to start a successful new venture? How do you minimize financial risk and ensure that your innovation is a winner in the eyes of the customer? Join us for the Business Model Boot Camp and learn how to use the business model canvas.

The business model canvas helps you to 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.

Developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, the business model canvas emphasizes the relationships of the nine components of a business model
1) Customer Segments
2) Value Propositions
3) Channels
4) Customer Relationships
5) Revenue Streams
6) Key Resources
7) Key Activities
8) Key Partnerships and
9) Cost Structure.

The I-Corps teaching team will guide students through the process of developing their unique business model. In this workshop, you will map out your canvas with specific focus on the value proposition and the customer segments.

Students who participated in the Idea Pitch Competition and/or plan to compete in the upcoming Bob Mark Business Model Competition, are strongly encouraged to register for this bootcamp. There is a cap of 25 contestants for our Bob Mark Business Model Competition. Priority will be given to those who have completed the Business Model Boot Camp.


Tai Chi

Join Hilary for the next session of Tai Chi beginning November 13! This low impact ancient Chinese exercise class meets in the SDC Studio Wednesdays 11-11:50am. Sign up today! #taichi #huskiesfit https://mtu.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=1751


National Drone Safety Awareness Week

 

Do you own a drone? Do you fly that drone? Do you know about some of the guidelines the FAA has put in place for drones? Well your in luck because next week the FAA is initiating drone safety week across the nation and at Michigan Tech the Aviation Club is going to be hosting a one night condensed seminar on drone safety and an intro to getting your part 107 (commercial drone licence). We want to promote safe drone for everyone, and so if you own a drone or know someone who does, or if you are just curious on how to start making money with your drone then come join us on Friday, November 8th at 7pm (room TBA).
Please fill out this google form so that we can know how many people are going to be attending as well as allow us to contact you if things change. https://forms.gle/GcPokzH9kKpHnTch9

2019 Copper Country Science & Engineering Festival

Mind Trekkers is hosting the 2019 Copper Country Science & Engineering Festival at Hancock High School for 700 local middle school students on Wednesday, November 20th and is seeking volunteers and student organizations to help excite these students about STEM!  Have you been interested in volunteering for Mind Trekkers but haven’t been able to travel?  Are you a part of a student organization that requires service hours or is just passionate about outreach?  Join us and inspire local students to pursue post-secondary education and careers in STEM.  Mind Trekkers can even supply hands-on STEM demonstrations for your organization if you do not have any on hand!
The event will be from 9:00 – 2:30 pm with a lunch break from 11:00 – 11:45.  Lunch will be provided to volunteers working all day, however, we are accepting volunteers who can only make it for the morning for afternoon as well!  Set up will start at 8:00 am and clean up will take place immediately after the event.  Rides available to and from Michigan Tech.

Husky Hats Make Night

It is getting cold out, so learn to sew your own husky-themed hat! Learn the basics on November 15th at The Alley Makerspace. Space is limited, so register at: http://bit.ly/huskyhats

Fall Festival Make Night

It’s almost Thanksgiving Break and we want to take this opportunity to show how thankful we are for all of YOU, our students.

Friday, November 15th, from 1 pm to 4 pm, the Campus Store will be hosting STUDENT FALL FEST!

FALL FEST is a special event to celebrate YOU.

Stop by the Campus Store and join in the fun! There will be games, contests, snacks, and prizes!

We look forward to seeing you!


Class Tribute Program

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN December 2019: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invite you to make your upcoming commencement day even more meaningful by participating in the Class Tribute Program!  It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program.

Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/classtributes  for program and participation details.  The deadline for tribute submissions is November 18, Monday.

For questions, contact Adam Portmann at 487-2542 or aportman@mtu.edu


 


Student News Briefs – November 1, 2019

Believe you can and you’re halfway there.
-Theodore Roosevelt

Late Night Presents: Comedian Lauren Faber

 

 

Join us for a night of laughs on Saturday, November 2 at 10 PM in the MUB Ballroom. Late Night presents Comedian Lauren Faber!

Lauren Faber is a feral comedian who was raised in a basement by the 90’s comedy specials of Ellen DeGeneres, Paula Poundstone, and Elvira Kurt. (Yes, she sees the connection now.) Her thoughtful comedy and storytelling touches on sexuality, mental health, politics, and her own very, very bad decisions. She has been compared to Kate McKinnon, PBS, and a golden retriever. (No, she doesn’t see the connection.)

Lauren’s comedy has appeared on Audible’s Punchlines. She was a StandUp NBC Semi-Finalist and won the titles of NYC’s She-Devil and Carolina’s Funniest Comic. She has performed in numerous festivals including Laughing Skull, Limestone, and 208 Fest has shared the stage with the likes of Maria Bamford, Beth Stelling, Fortune Feimster, Iliza Shlesinger, Todd Glass, and Matt Braunger.

When Lauren isn’t on stage, she manages international development research at a university in Durham, NC with a very famous basketball team that she cares nothing about. She has two cats, Stetson and Kennedy, and likes one of them. They were a gift. Don’t do that.


MUB Board Presents: Comedian Bryan Morris

 

Saturday, November 9th in the MUB Ballroom

The MUB board will be hosting a comedy night with comedian Bryan Morris! This event will go from 9-10 PM in the MUB ballroom.


Hogwarts Night

 

The MUB Board is hosting a Hogwarts Night on November 13th from 7-9 pm in the MUB Ballroom B. This event will have cupcake decorating, quidditch games, and pin the nose on Voldemort. Also, attendees are welcome to wear costumes!


LeaderShape Applications

 

LeaderShape® Institute Applications are open for 2020. This week-long leadership development experience is designed to help people learn to “lead with integrity.”
The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute runs from January 6-11, 2020 at the Ford Center. Go to LeaderShape to learn more and apply!
If you have any further questions, please contact Student Leadership & Involvement in MUB 112 or emailing activities@mtu.edu.

Archery Tag

MUB Board is hosting Archery Tag on November 16th at the SDC Wood Gym from 5-8 pm. This event is just like dodgeball or laser tag, but with bows and soft tip arrows.


Film Board Presents: JAWS

 

Friday, November 1st @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday,  November 2nd @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, November 3rd @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Jaws is Rated PG for adult situations, language and violence.

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu

 

 

 


Makerspace Events!

 

Felt Succulents Make Night

 

Are you getting the winter blues? Missing the sight of green trees and grass? Stop by the Makerspace to make your very own felt succulent. It’s not a real plant, but it’s soft and easy to maintain.
Friday, November 1st, 5-7pm
Alley Makerspace (Basement of MUB)
Book Binding Night

 

Have you ever wanted to make your own book? Now you can! Learn how to pamphlet stitch a notebook you can use for drawing or writing and decorate it at The Alley Makerspace.
Friday, November 8th, 5-7pm
Alley Makerspace (Basement of MUB)

Men’s Club Volleyball Home Tournament

 

Come cheer on your MTU Men’s Club Volleyball team as they host UW-Stevens Point for their season opener! Takes place immediately following the MTU vs FSU women’s varsity volleyball match at 5pm. Free admission! We hope you can join us!
Friday, November 8th @ 7pm (or following the end of the MTU Women’s Varsity Volleyball Match )
Location: SDC Varsity Wood Gym

 

 


HuskyLEAD

Everyone experiences setbacks from time to time. Learn how rethink how you feel about failure and use it as an opportunity to grow. Attend this HuskyLead held in Library East Reading Room from 4-5 p.m.

Tuesday, November 12 @ 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Where: Library East Reading Room
“Failure is a State of Mind”

 


National Drone Safety Awareness Week

 

Do you own a drone? Do you fly that drone? Do you know about some of the guidelines the FAA has put in place for drones? Well your in luck because next week the FAA is initiating drone safety week across the nation and at Michigan Tech the Aviation Club is going to be hosting a one night condensed seminar on drone safety and an intro to getting your part 107 (commercial drone licence). We want to promote safe drone for everyone, and so if you own a drone or know someone who does, or if you are just curious on how to start making money with your drone then come join us on Friday, November 8th at 7pm (room TBA).
Please fill out this google form so that we can know how many people are going to be attending as well as allow us to contact you if things change. https://forms.gle/GcPokzH9kKpHnTch9

Earn Your MI Pistol License

Earn your MI Concealed Pistol License (CPL) through the MCRGO MI CPL course offered Saturday, November 9, at the SDC Shooting Range!
No experience necessary. Must be 20 or older. The class size is limited.
Sign up today! Deadline Nov 2. #cpl #sdcshootingrange

Class Tribute Program

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN December 2019: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invite you to make your upcoming commencement day even more meaningful by participating in the Class Tribute Program!  It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program.

Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/classtributes  for program and participation details.  The deadline for tribute submissions is November 18, Monday.

For questions, contact Adam Portmann at 487-2542 or aportman@mtu.edu


HuskiesFit

Choose your HuskiesFit today with the Ultimate Punch Card at the SDC. All HuskiesFit adult group fitness classes are now on ONE ULTIMATE PUNCH CARD! So many options 7 days a week & so many great instructors! Public always welcome. Now’s the time to join the FUN & commit to be HuskiesFit! #ultimatepunchcard#huskiesfithttps://www.michigantechrecreation.com/links/ultimate-huskiesfit-card

 

HuskiesFit Programs offers a variety of fitness classes taught by awesome instructors daily to keep you motivated & moving throughout fall! Public is always welcome! Check out our current class schedule & COMMIT to be HuskiesFit! #weekataglance #huskiesfit https://www.michigantechrecreation.com/programs/adult/Fall2019AdultFitnessSchedule-1.pdf  


 


Student News Briefs – October 25, 2019

Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.
-John Quincy Adams

Eric Dittelman Tonight!

 

Ever wonder what it would be like to know what someone else was thinking? What if you knew exactly what someone else was going to do before they did it?

Eric Dittelman knows what that’s like and has been reading minds at theaters, colleges, comedy clubs, and corporate events all across the country.

Often known by just his surname, Dittelman combines amazing mind reading with stand-up and improv comedy. In 2012, he blew audiences away as the first-ever mind reader on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” where he was a season 7 semi-finalist and judges’ favorite. He has since appeared on “Ellen”, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” where Penn called his act “bordering on genius!” He’s also been featured in “Entertainment Weekly”, “Rolling Stone”, and even “The National Enquirer”.

He has studied improv comedy with Upright Citizens Brigade, Improv Boston and Second City. He was nominated “Fastest Rising Star” and won 2015’s “Best Male Performer Award” by Campus Activities Magazine. In 2018, he made his Broadway debut appearing with “The Illusionists”.

 


Late Night Presents: Comedian Lauren Faber

 

 

Join us for a night of laughs on Saturday, November 2 at 10 PM in the MUB Ballroom. Late Night presents Comedian Lauren Faber!

Lauren Faber is a feral comedian who was raised in a basement by the 90’s comedy specials of Ellen DeGeneres, Paula Poundstone, and Elvira Kurt. (Yes, she sees the connection now.) Her thoughtful comedy and storytelling touches on sexuality, mental health, politics, and her own very, very bad decisions. She has been compared to Kate McKinnon, PBS, and a golden retriever. (No, she doesn’t see the connection.)

Lauren’s comedy has appeared on Audible’s Punchlines. She was a StandUp NBC Semi-Finalist and won the titles of NYC’s She-Devil and Carolina’s Funniest Comic. She has performed in numerous festivals including Laughing Skull, Limestone, and 208 Fest has shared the stage with the likes of Maria Bamford, Beth Stelling, Fortune Feimster, Iliza Shlesinger, Todd Glass, and Matt Braunger.

When Lauren isn’t on stage, she manages international development research at a university in Durham, NC with a very famous basketball team that she cares nothing about. She has two cats, Stetson and Kennedy, and likes one of them. They were a gift. Don’t do that.


Hogwarts Night

The MUB Board is hosting a Hogwarts Night on November 13th from 7-9 pm in the MUB Ballroom B. This event will have cupcake decorating, quidditch games, and pin the nose on Voldemort. Also, attendees are welcome to wear costumes!

 


Archery Tag

MUB Board is hosting Archery Tag on November 16th at the SDC Wood Gym from 5-8 pm. This event is just like dodgeball or laser tag, but with bows and soft tip arrows.


LeaderShape Applications

 

LeaderShape® Institute Applications are open for 2020. This week-long leadership development experience is designed to help people learn to “lead with integrity.”
The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute runs from January 6-11, 2020 at the Ford Center. Go to LeaderShape to learn more and apply!
If you have any further questions, please contact Student Leadership & Involvement in MUB 112 or emailing activities@mtu.edu.

Library Workshops

 

Poster Design
October 29, 4:05-4:55pm in Library 244. Registration Form
Making a research poster for a conference or other event? This workshop covers basic tips and tricks for presenting your research and information in a visual format. We’ll also look at resources and tools available at the library to help you design and print your poster.
Introduction to Excel
October 31, 12:05-12:55pm in EERC 723. Registration Form
This session will be an introduction to the basic functions of Excel. We will cover tricks for entering data, formatting cells, and basic formulas and charts. The class may get to advanced formulas and conditional formatting; prior to the workshop, a questionnaire will be sent out to determine the level of Excel experience of participants.

Film Board Presents: Detective Pikachu

Friday,October 25th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday, October 26th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, October 27th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Detective Pikachu is Rated PG for action/peril, some rude and suggestive humor, and thematic elements.

 

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu

 


Halloween Trick or Treat!

 

 

Just kidding, no tricks here but we do have a treat for you. Stop by the Campus Store on Thursday, Oct. 31, and receive a 31% discount on one apparel item if you are dressed in full costume. No costume? No problem! You can still stop by and grab some candy on us.

 

 


HAMR Alpine Mountain Run

Saturday, October 26, 2019

The HAMR is a family-friendly, competitive running event consisting of a 5k and 10k course put on by Michigan Tech’s Department of Military Science during peak fall color season. Race funds directly benefit the department and Copper Country Senior Meals. SIGN UP or DONATE TODAY at http://hamr.ss.mtu.edu/


HuskyLEAD

 

 

Want to find ways to develop your leadership skills this semester? Come to the Fall 2019 HuskyLeads to gain some tips, tricks, and techniques for personal, organizational, and academic success. HuskyLeads are one hour long sessions for those who want to learn and elevate your leadership skills. Please see the image provided for more information on what workshop is provided and when.

Upcoming ones…

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
“Risky Business”


The “Stars of American Ballet” Come to Houghton

 

Acclaimed Dancers of the New York City Ballet perform at the Rozsa this Saturday!

Ballet at the Rozsa Center is always a major event. This year, the Rozsa is proud to host a very special performance of Stars of American ballet, bringing the nation’s top ballet dancers from the New York City Ballet to the Rozsa stage on Saturday, October 26, at 7:30 PM.  Stars of American Ballet travels to cities nationwide and offers top-notch choreography with principal and soloist-level dancers from major American companies.   With performances billed as “An unapologetic showcase of virtuosity.” -The Boston Globe, and “An intoxicating evening even for the non-dancers” – The Pittsburg Star-Tribune, the event promises sheer athleticism and beautiful artistry by principal dancers, soloists, and members of the corps de ballet from the New York City Ballet: Daniel Ulbricht , Brittany Pollack, Teresa Reichlen, Ask la Cour, Unity Phelan, Adrian Danchig-Waring, Alec Knight, and Baily Jones, and featuring works by Balanchine, la Cour and Knight. Tickets are on sale now!


Nanocon

Nanocon is this weekend! Stop by first floor Fisher this Saturday or Sunday for a weekend of nerdiness with several of our student organizations, including the Dance Dance Revolution Club, Dungeons & Dragons, Fighting Game Club, Film Board, Gamers Anonymous, Houghton Anime Review Organization, Husky Amateur Wargaming, Permanent Floating Riot Club, Pokemon League at Michigan Tech, Smash Club, and the Speedrunning Club. There will be activities all day on Saturday starting at 10am and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm. All are welcome!


Boo-Ti Yoga Buti Glow Party

 

Just one more week till you can get your GLOW on! Booti-Ti Yoga Buti Glow Party Thursday, October 31, 730-9:30pm at the SDC Studio. #butiyoga #huskiesfit

33rd Annual Grimms Fairytales Haunted Haus

 

Sigma Pi and Theta Chi Epsilon are hosting a Haunted House next weekend Oct. 25th and Oct. 26th from 7pm-Midnight. All of the proceeds for this event will be donated to Dial Help and Pigs N Heat. This year’s theme is Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Please click on the flier for more information.

Friday, October 25, 2019

Saturday, October 26, 2019

 


Earn Your MI Pistol License

Earn your MI Concealed Pistol License (CPL) through the MCRGO MI CPL course offered Saturday, November 9, at the SDC Shooting Range!
No experience necessary. Must be 20 or older. The class size is limited.
Sign up today! Deadline Nov 2. #cpl #sdcshootingrange

Class Tribute Program

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN December 2019: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invite you to make your upcoming commencement day even more meaningful by participating in the Class Tribute Program!  It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program.

Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/classtributes  for program and participation details.  The deadline for tribute submissions is November 18, Monday.

For questions, contact Adam Portmann at 487-2542 or aportman@mtu.edu.

 


Harmonie Sacrae: KSO at St. Joseph’s Church Friday

The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra returns to historic Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church for an all-German program of sublime religious works by Bach, Brahms, Wagner, and Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony.

Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra (KSO) under the direction of conductor Joel Neves, joined by Guest Conductor Brandon Matthews, presents a concert of four works, by the great German composers J.S.Bach, Brahms, Wagner, and Mendelssohn, at 7:30 PM Friday in the beautiful, historic St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Lake Linden.

 

 


Cookie Decorating Rush with Phi Delta Chi

Event Name: Phi Delta Chi: Cookie Decorating Rush
Date: Wednesday, October 30th
Time: 7PM – 8PM
Location: Wads G17/19
Description: Come get in the spooky spirit from cookie decorating with the sisters of Phi Delta Chi! We will provide all the necessary supplies, so just bring yourselves to Wads G17/19 for some fun! For any questions or concerns, contact Sarah Matson at (906)203-1000 or sjmatson@mtu.edu

 

 

 


A Haunted Mine: The Lost Labs of Dr. Z

The Department of Visual and Performing Arts and the Quincy Mine Hoist Association announces their spooky Halloween collaboration “A Haunted Mine: The Lost Labs of Dr. Z” Thursday – Saturday, October 24-26; 24th & 25th: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM; 26th: 4:30 PM – 11:00 PM, in the Quincy Mine.

 

 

 

 


Pizza Info Session

On October 29th a program representative from University of Nicosia, Global Semesters, will be visiting Michigan Tech to promote their engineering, pre-med, computing, and business study abroad programs located at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus — a Mediterranean island country in Europe! You are invited to attend a lunch info session from 12:00 – 1:00 in the Pavlis Honors College office to learn more about their programs. There will be FREE PIZZA! See the attached flyer for more details.


Makerspace Events!

 

Felt Succulents Make Night

 

Are you getting the winter blues? Missing the sight of green trees and grass? Stop by the Makerspace to make your very own felt succulent. It’s not a real plant, but it’s soft and easy to maintain.
Friday, November 1st, 5-7pm
Alley Makerspace (Basement of MUB)
Book Binding Night

 

Have you ever wanted to make your own book? Now you can! Learn how to pamphlet stitch a notebook you can use for drawing or writing and decorate it at The Alley Makerspace.
Friday, November 8th, 5-7pm
Alley Makerspace (Basement of MUB)

 


Student News Briefs – October 18, 2019

Hope you are enjoying the beautiful fall colors!


Late Night Presents: Comedian Lauren Faber

 

 

Join us for a night of laughs on Saturday, November 2 at 10 PM in the MUB ballroom. Late Night presents Comedian Lauren Faber!

Lauren Faber is a feral comedian who was raised in a basement by the 90’s comedy specials of Ellen DeGeneres, Paula Poundstone and Elvira Kurt. (Yes, she sees the connection now.) Her thoughtful comedy and storytelling touches on sexuality, mental health, politics and her own very, very bad decisions. She has been compared to Kate McKinnon, PBS, and a golden retriever. (No, she doesn’t see the connection.)

Lauren’s comedy has appeared on Audible’s Punchlines. She was a StandUp NBC Semi-Finalist and won the titles of NYC’s She-Devil and Carolina’s Funniest Comic. She has performed in numerous festivals including Laughing Skull, Limestone, and 208 Fest has shared the stage with the likes of Maria Bamford, Beth Stelling, Fortune Feimster, Iliza Shlesinger, Todd Glass, and Matt Braunger.

When Lauren isn’t on stage, she manages international development research at a university in Durham, NC with a very famous basketball team that she cares nothing about. She has two cats, Stetson and Kennedy, and likes one of them. They were a gift. Don’t do that.


Make a Difference Day

 

Make a Difference Day, the largest national day of community service takes place on Michigan Tech’s campus every fall. Students, Faculty, and Staff come together to go out in the community to volunteer to make a difference.
Make a Difference Day 2019 will be taking place Saturday, October 19. Check-In will start at 9:00 AM at the MUB Commons. Information packets will be distributed and volunteers will receive their Make a Difference Day T-Shirts before traveling to their service locations.

Registration for for Make a Difference Day 2019 is currently closed.


LeaderShape Applications

 

LeaderShape® Institute Applications are open for 2020. This week-long leadership development experience is designed to help people learn to “lead with integrity.”
The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute runs from January 6-11, 2020 at the Ford Center. Go to LeaderShape to learn more and apply!
If you have any further questions, please contact Student Leadership & Involvement in MUB 112 or emailing activities@mtu.edu.

Querer es Posder: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

 

Pioneer Pilot Lt. Colonel Olga Custodio to Speak Monday at Rozsa

The Rozsa Center and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Michigan Tech present Lt. Colonel Olga Custodio, who after being turned away from flight school because she was a woman, became a pioneer as the first woman – and Latina – to complete United States Air Force (USAF) military pilot training and become a USAF pilot, and later, as the first Latina commercial pilot for American Airlines. She will appear at the Rozsa Center, on Monday, October 21, at 6:30 PM.

 


Black Comedy: Groping Around in the Dark with the Tech Theatre Company

The Tech Theatre season is off to a fun, lighthearted start with a laugh-out-loud farce!  In this hilarious fast-paced comedy, lovesick and desperate sculptor, Brindsley Miller has embellished his apartment with furniture and object d’artes “borrowed” from the absent antique collector next-door, hoping to impress his fiancée’s pompous father and wealthy art dealer.  Everything goes wrong when a fuse is blown leaving the apartment in total darkness.  Only we, the audience, are privy to the riotous antics that happen when the lights go out.

The Department of Visual and Performing Arts is pleased to present a comedy by Peter Shaffer, Black Comedy, in the McArdle Theatre for two weeks, Friday – Saturday, October 11-12, and Thursday – Saturday, October 17-19, at 7:30 PM each night.


Earn Your MI Pistol License

Earn your MI Concealed Pistol License (CPL) through the MCRGO MI CPL course offered Saturday, November 9, at the SDC Shooting Range!
No experience necessary. Must be 20 or older. Class size is limited.
Sign up today! Deadline Nov 2. #cpl #sdcshootingrange

HAMR Alpine Mountain Run

Saturday October 26, 2019

The HAMR is a family-friendly, competitive running event consisting of a 5k and 10k course put on by Michigan Tech’s Department of Military Science during peak fall color season. Race funds directly benefit the department and Copper Country Senior Meals. SIGN UP or DONATE TODAY at http://hamr.ss.mtu.edu/


HuskyLEAD

 

 

Want to find ways to develop your leaderships skills this semester? Come to the Fall 2019 HuskyLeads to gain some tips, tricks, and techniques for personal, organizational, and academic success. HuskyLeads are one hour long sessions for those who want to learn and elevate your leadership skills. Please see the image provided for more information on what workshop is provided and when.

Upcoming ones…

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
“Risky Business”


Makerspace: Bat House Building Workshop

 

In light of Halloween, the Makerspace is hosting a Bat House Building workshop. It’s like building bird houses, but spookier. Houses will be assembled at the Make Night and hung up the following day so they will be put to good use.
Friday, October 18th, 5-7pm
Alley Makerspace (Basement of MUB)
Space is limited so register here: http://bit.ly/bathousebuild.

Film Board Presents: Into the Spiderverse

This weekend, Film Board Presents:

Into the Spiderverse

Friday,October 18th @ 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday, October 19th @ 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Sunday, October 20th @ 2:30, 5:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are $3 and concessions are $1 each. We hope to see you at the show this weekend and have a great day!

Spiderman: into the Spiderverse is Rated PG for frenetic sequences of animated action violence, thematic elements, and mild language

 

Want to see what movies we’re playing next? Check out our movies and showtimes at the Film Board website: filmboard.mtu.edu


Boo-Ti Yoga Buti Glow Party

Join Natasha and the “ghouls” for a Boo-ti Yoga Buti Glow Party Thursday, October 31, 7:30-9:30pm in the SDC Studio! Complete with black lights, body paint, glow sticks and a Halloween inspired playlist. Come between 7:30 and 8 to don your body paint! Class starts at 8pm.
Off to Buti Glow I go, to lose my mind & find my soul! #butiyoga #huskiesfit

33rd Annual Grimms Fairytales Haunted Haus

 

Sigma Pi and Theta Chi Epsilon are hosting a Haunted House next weekend Oct. 25th and Oct. 26th from 7pm-Midnight. All of the proceeds for this event will be donated to Dial Help and Pigs N Heat. This year’s theme is Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Please click on the flier for more informaton.

Friday October 25, 2019

Saturday October 26, 2019

 


Open Source Hardware Enterprise Informational Session

 

 

When: Wednesday October 23, 2019 @5:05PM

Where: Fisher 126

What We Do: We are an enterprise focused on making low-cost and open source technologies to share with the community.

Majors Recruiting: EE, CpE, ME, MSE, EET, MET, Business. If you aren’t one of these and are still intersted, talk to us! We can find a project for everyone!


2019 Africa Colloquium

2019 Africa Colloquium
This colloquium, the first in the series, discusses scholarship on Africa-related issues and by Africa-related persons in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is organized by the African Students Organization.
Thursday, October 24 at 5:30PM
MUB Alumni Lounge
Speaker and Topic
The plenary speaker is Dr. Kari Henquinet, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at Pavlis Honors College and the Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Tech. She will speak on the topic “Centering and Experiencing Africa: A Journey in Researching, Teaching, and Learning”. In this talk, she hopes to discuss “What is possible when Americans build personal relationships in and a deeper understanding of the African continent, despite its scant mention in American educational curricula and storytelling”. She will use her own research engagements in “Niger on international development, human rights, and gender” as a case for deliberation. We hope the community will enrich its knowledge on diverse aspects of Africa and the relations between the United States and the African continent.
There will be food and social after plenary.

Enterprise Day

 

Tuesday, October 22 from 6-8PM at the Wads Annex

Interested in learning more about Enterprise at Michigan Tech? Thinking about joining Enterprise, but not sure which team is right for you?
Learn more by talking with program staff and students from various Enterprise teams, all in one place! Apple cider and donuts will be served! Also as this year’s Enterprise Day, students can get their professional photos taken for free.
Find more information for each team here: https://www.mtu.edu/enterprise/teams/. For questions, please feel free to reach out to Bre Tucker, bctucker@mtu.edu.
Participating Teams:
  • Robotic Systems
  • Blue Marble Security
  • Aerospace
  • ITOxygen
  • Consumer Product Manufacturing
  • Advanced Metalworks
  • Built World
  • Clean Snowmobile Challenge
  • Open Source Hardware
  • Wireless Communication
  • MIning INnovation Enterprise-  MINE
  • Innovative Global Solutions-  IGS
  • Green Campus Enterprise
  • Alternative Energy Enterprise
  • Husky Game Development
  • Supermileage Systems
  • BoardSport Technologies
  • Blizzard Baja
  • Formula SAE
  • Strategic Education through Naval Systems Experiences- SENSE
  • General Expedition Adventure Research- GEAR
  • Velovations

Muck Run

 

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 bekluske@mtu.edu with any questions.

Muck Run 2019.pdf


Belly Dance Dollar Days

Belly Dance, a great cardio workout combining Arabic & international music & dance moves to create a fun fitness routine! Join new HuskiesFit instructor Ruby Sunday Oct 13 & try out the class for only $2! Fall session starts Oct 20.

Upcoming Intramurals!

Please check out our Fall 2019 Activity Schedule for more details.

Intramural Sports is also HIRING! If you are interested in officiating, please email imsports@mtu.edu

Upcoming Entry Deadlines

Turkey Trot: Thursday, October 17th @ Noon

  • Race will start @ 4:30 PM

Register your team at www.imleagues.com/MTU
 

Click here to view our Intramural Handbook
If you have any questions, please contact Craig Pellizzaro at 487-3040 or crpelliz@mtu.edu.


Cookie Decorating Rush with Phi Delta Chi

Event Name: Phi Delta Chi: Cookie Decorating Rush
Date: Wednesday October 30th
Time: 7PM – 8PM
Location: Wads G17/19
Description: Come get in the spooky spirit from cookie decorating with the sisters of Phi Delta Chi! We will provide all the necessary supplies, so just bring yourselves to Wads G17/19 for some fun! For any questions or concerns, contact Sarah Matson at (906)203-1000 or sjmatson@mtu.edu

 

 


 It’s On Us Fall Week of Action

Domestic Violence Awareness Panel — 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, EERC 103. The Domestic Violence Awareness Panel will provide the latest data on domestic violence, the signs of healthy, and unhealthy relationships, the resources available to survivors, how incidents of intimate partner violence may be handled through the Sexual and/or Relationship Misconduct Policy and the judicial system, and ways to support survivors of intimate partner violence. 
 
#PurpleThursday — all day Thursday, Oct. 24, campus wide. Join Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) in wearing purple on #PurpleThursday to take a stand against relationship violence and show support for survivors of intimate partner violence. Purple is the color for domestic violence awareness. Take a photo and share on social media with #PurpleThursday. Consider why raising awareness about domestic violence is important to you. #PurpleThursday is an event from the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
 
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® at Michigan Tech — 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. The student organizations Sexual Assault and Violence Education(SAVE) and the Society of African American Men (SAAM), are hosting Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® at Michigan Tech. The event will begin with an opening welcome and stories from survivors of intimate partner violence. Then, the walk will start outside of the Rozsa near the front entrance and go to the Admin building. The walk will end at the entrance of the Rozsa. This event is to raise awareness of sexual and relationship violence and to give men the opportunity to put themselves in “her shoes.” Following the walk, the event will conclude with a discussion on intimate partner violence. For more information visit the website, licensed by Frank Baird and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®
 
T.E.A.L. survivor support group – Monday, October 21 at 7PM in the Wadsworth Hall Cherry Room. This free support group is offered by DIal Help, inc. Free, safe, and non-judgmental community support group for anyone who experienced sexual violence past or present, including childhood abuse. You are not alone. Future dates include October 23, November 13, & December 11 from  6p – 7pm in the Dial Help Portage Plaza Office.