Involvement Link: Creating a New Event

Involvement Link has many great features to help your student organization be successful including the calendar. To feature your organization’s event on the calendar (and on the Michigan Tech Calendar!), just follow the steps below.

Note: Only primary contacts and positions with full access over Events can create events within an organization. If you do not have the proper permissions, you should first refer to your primary contact or your site administrators in order to request the required access.

Manage your organization by selecting Manage from the switchboard and choosing your organization. Then go to Events in the organization tool menu.

Completing Core Event Details

Click on Create Event. Enter an event title, theme, description, start and end time, and location into their respective boxes. You can also identify if the event will be co-hosted with other organizations. Required fields are marked by the red asterisk at their start.

a screenshot of the first section of the create event sccreen

You can add up to 18 different times/locations within one event submission. Upon approval, each instance of the event you created will become its own event that can be individually edited or changed. Click “Add Another Date” to create a recurring event.

You can also choose whether to include a helpful map, courtesy of Google Maps, to your event details page. Note that selecting the space will not reserve it. Your next couple of options are about event visibility and are outlined below.

Each field after this point is detailed below:

Show-ToDetermine whether the event should show to the public, authenticated users only, only members of hosting organizations (and cohosting organizations), or only to invited users
Event CategoriesAssociate the event with one or more event categories
PerksAssociate the event with one or more event perks (special benefits for your attendees) 
Additional InformationComplete any additional fields that may be required by your campus. Depending on your institution’s settings, your responses to these questions may show publicly on your published event page. 

Additional Pages and Event Questions

The next page allows you to customize your RSVP settings. Use this tool to collect information from your attendees before the event or to set a specific attendee limit. 

The third page allows you to customize your event’s cover photo by clicking Choose File and adding an image that you feel will draw attention to your event. We recommend a photo that is 1024px by 600px or larger, under 10MB, and of one of the mentioned formats (JPG, JPEG, GIF, or PNG). The image will run through an image re-sizer, so the larger – the better! If you choose not to upload a photo, a default photo will be chosen for you based on the theme of your event. As this photo will be displayed alongside event details across Engage, it is best to choose a cover photo that is simply an image without text. 

When you’re ready, advance using Next or Skip. Your organization’s branch may require each event submission to provide additional details that will be kept on the private record of the event submission. You will be prompted at this time to complete this information. Fill out the rest of the form and submit for campus administrative approval.

Fall 2019 HuskyLead Sessions

HuskyLead is a leadership development series open to all Michigan Tech students. 

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. Check out our Fall Sessions below!

Tuesday, September 10 –  “Get Time on Your Side” – A strategic semester begins with planning. Learn how to maximize the time you have to work with by beginning with the end in mind. Attend the first HuskyLead of the semester being held in Library East Reading Room from 4-5 p.m.

Thursday, September 19 –  “Bringing in the Bystander” – The opportunity to learn skills in bystander intervention in this peer-to-peer program. Attend this HuskyLead being held in MUB Superior Room from 5-6 p.m. 

Tuesday, October 8 –  “Dear Stress, Let’s Break-Up” – Is stress running your life? Need some tools to reduce your stress? Learn how to handle stress so that you can be your best you! Attend this HuskyLead held in Library East Reading Room from 4-5 p.m

Tuesday, October 29 –  “Super Hero Dynamics” – Are you ready to form your own super hero team?  Well first you’ll need to develop some super team dynamics.  Join us to learn about how you can make your team excel.  We’ll explore the different stages a team goes through and how you can manage some of the different dynamics along the way. Attend this HuskyLead being held in the Library East Reading Room from 4–5 p.m.

Tuesday, November 12 –  “Failure is a State of Mind” – 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. 

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. 

Involvement Link: Changing Your Organization’s Profile Picture

Involvement Link has many great features to help your student organization be successful . Make sure you are keeping your student organization site updated – including the profile picture!

Your organization’s profile photo appears next to your organization in the directory. 


The photo also appears at the top of your organization’s public-facing page.


Note: You must be the Primary Contact of your organization or have officer rights to make changes to your organization.

If you meet this criteria, you can change your organization’s profile picture navigating to your Action Center by accessing the Manage view of your Engage Switchboard. Select your organization and open the organization tool drawer. Select the About tab along your organization’s tool drawer. Upload the image under the section labeled Profile Picture. Your image will be sized to fit. Keep in mind that since the photo appears in a circular shape throughout the site, edges of square and rectangular images will be cropped.

Spring 2019 HuskyLead Sessions

Spring 2019 HuskyLead Sessions

HuskyLead is a leadership development series open to all Michigan Tech students. 


Tuesday, January 29 –  “Rise Up: Don’t Throw Away Your Shot at Better Marketing” – Come rise up and work with Adobe Education Leader Jeremiah Baumann as we tackle the problem of “same old organization marketing tactics”. Learn some new tools and tricks to make your marketing stand out on a campus full of marketing doppelgängers. You’ll leave excited to “think past tomorrow” and create some amazing materials for your organization. Attend the first HuskyLead of the semester being held in MUB Ballroom B from 6–7 p.m. 

The presenter is Jeremiah Baumann, Assistant Director, Creative and Technology Services.


Tuesday, February 26 – “Improving Leadership through Perceptual Engineering” -Our interactions with people are based on how we interpret life experiences. Applying perceptual engineering to our thinking process, we can listen in to our thoughts and make a few fact-based adjustments. Learning to understand, influence, and modify our point of view by seeking the perspectives of others not only improves our leadership, but also improves the engagement and satisfaction of those who work with us. Attend this HuskyLead being held in MUB Ballroom B from 6–7 p.m. 

The presenter is Ruth Archer, Director of Continuous Improvement.

HuskyLead Perceptual Engineering

Wednesday, March 20 – “Getting into the Nitty-GRITty” – Becoming a leader takes passion and perseverance, in other words “grit”. By attending this HuskyLead in DHH Ballroom from 6–7 p.m., students will learn tips on how to persist and build mental toughness to reach long term goals.

The presenter is Beka Horsch, Coordinator of Student Leadership & Involvement.

HuskyLead Grit

Tuesday, April 9 – As the semester is winding down it is time to start thinking of transitioning your leadership within your organization. Attend this HuskyLead in MUB Ballroom B from 6-7 p.m. to gain some tips and techniques to make this transition a smooth process.

The presenter is Jessie Stapleton, Director of Student Leadership & Involvement

HuskyLead Retention

Fall 2018 HuskyLead Sessions

Fall 2018 HuskyLead Sessions

HuskyLead is a leadership development series open to all Michigan Tech students. 


Tuesday, September 11 – “How Essential are Essential Oils, Expanded” – If you want to learn more about the use of essential oils, then you do not want to miss this hands on workshop. Peer Health Advocate, Hannah will show you how to create combinations of essential oils to improve focus, sleep, and reduce stress. Start your semester off right by attending the first HuskyLead being held in the DHH Ballroom from 6–7 p.m. 

The presenter is Hannah Heikkinen, Wellness Peer Health Advocate.

Essential Oils

Tuesday, October 23 – “Conflict Management” – Every person has a different way of handling and working through difficult situations. Join Sean Brown, Residence Life Coordinator in understanding your own personal conflict style and how to approach others when faced with conflict. Attend this HuskyLead being held in the MUB Alumni Lounge from 6–7 p.m.

The presenter is Sean Brown, Residence Life Coordinator.

Conflict Mgt HuskyLead

Tuesday, November 13 – “Failure is a State of Mind” – Failure can be as exciting as success. Discover how to learn and grow from your challenges (even if you don’t always like it). Join the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success in the MUB Ballroom B from 6–7 p.m.

The presenter is the staff from the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success.

Failure HuskyLead

Tuesday, December 4 – “Innovative Leadership” – Every person has the capacity to be an innovative leader, they just need to tap into their potential. Join Mary Jennings, Director of Programming and Development for the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts, in this stimulating HuskyLead. Attend this HuskyLead being held in the MUB Ballroom B from 6–7 p.m.

The presenter is Mary Jennings, Director of Programming and Development for the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.

Innovation HuskyLead

HuskyLEAD Student Professional Development Series – Spring 2017

JANUARY 24 -APRIL 11, 2017


USG Financing/Budgeting – Tuesday, January 24 – 6pm-7:30pm – Fisher 135
This session will contain all of the information student organizations need to know to apply for Student Activity Fee funding for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Topics will include the time line for budget submissions and information regarding budget hearings and allocations.  This presentation is mandatory for student organizations wishing to receive an SAF (Student Activity Fee) allocation for next year. 

Managing Organizational Conflict – Thursday, February 16 – 7pm-8pm – Alumni Lounge

Conflict can occur within any group. Learning how to prepare for situations involving conflict can help individuals and organizations prevent some situations from happening and resolve the ones that do happen quickly.

Making a Smooth Organization Transition – Thursday, March 23 – 6pm-7pm – Alumni Lounge

Don’t leave next year’s officers out in the cold.  Come learn the essentials of making a smooth organization transition into the next school year.  Remembering just a few items will keep your organization going strong year after year.

Assessment – Tuesday, April 11 – 6pm-7pm – Ballroom A1

Is our organization on the right track? Are we providing programs and activities that meet our mission? Come to this interactive, workshop to learn how to effectively create outcomes for your organization and develop the tools necessary to access them. 

If you have any comments or suggestions about HuskyLEAD speakers or ideas for future topics please contact us at!

Homecoming 2016!


Sunday, September 25

  • Pi Mile – 10:00 AM, Walker Lawn
  • Soccer vs. Grand Valley State – 12:00PM, Sherman Field
  • Kickball Tournament – Softball Fields 1-4, 2:00-4:00PM
  • Tug-of War – Softball Fields 1-4, 2:00-4:00PM
  • Window Painting – SDC, 4:00-6:00PM

Monday, September 26

  • Career Fair Cookout – 11:00AM-3:00PM, CareerFEST Tent

Tuesday, September 27

  • Career Fair

Wednesday, September 28

  • Homecoming Court Dinner – Great Lakes Research Center 202, 6:00PM

Thursday, September 29

  • Trails Relay – Tech Trails, 4:30PM
  • Spotlight Night – Homecoming Talent Show – 8:00PM, MUB Ballroom A

Friday, September 30

  • Cardboard Boat Races – Houghton Waterfront Park, 4:00PM
  • Volleyball vs. Findlay – 5:00PM, Varsity Gym
  • Soccer vs. Findlay – 7:00PM, Sherman Field

Saturday, October 1

  • Women’s Tennis vs. Northwood, Gates Tennis Center
  • Homecoming Tailgate – Lot 24, 11:00AM-1:00PM
  • Football vs. Saginaw Valley State – Sherman Field, 1:00PM
  • Volleyball vs. Wayne State – 4:00PM, Varsity Gym