- May-October GM Ride the Waves Programs for the Community
---- PDF Flyer --- Learn how scientists study the health of the Great Lakes at these events - call 906-487-3341 to reserve a seat; limited to 14 per excursion.
- Green Lecture 2014-15:
Rethinking Local Energy Choices & Costs,
By Abhilash Kantamneni, PhD student, MTU Dept. of Computer Science;
Thursday, September 11, 7:00-8:30 pm; G002 Hesterberg Hall, Forestry Building, Michigan Tech;
Cost: FREE Enjoy coffee, tea & refreshments
- Archive Green Films 2011-2014 are now available for a 2-week checkout for Classroom, Meeting or Home Viewing. To borrow films, contact: Loret Roberts (482-0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org at the CCISD at 809 Hecla St., Hancock) or Joan Chadde (487-3341 or email@example.com at the 115 Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Tech
Menominee Catholic Central School will make their annual visit to MTU
2nd Place Winners of Great Lakes Ocean Sciences Bowl Visit MTU
Twelve students in Gr. 10-12 came from Greenhills School in Ann Arbor visited MTU on September 26-27. These students are the recipients of a $400 travel stipend to visit MTU which they earned as 2nd place winners in the Great Lakes Bowl held annually at the University of Michigan. Students from all over Michigan participate, including Jeffers High School locally. The MTU travel stipend was provided by the School of Forest Resources & Environmental Science and the Center for Science & Environmental Education. The group was hosted by the Great Lakes Research Center! This group of eager learners had a busy and exciting time at MTU
News Story About 2014 Global Change Teacher Institute: The Grosse Pointe Times published an article about Christine Geerer, a teacher who participated in the Global Change Teacher Institute conducted by Michigan Tech this summer. See Middle School Teacher Studies Global Change in Summer Program, on page 4.
Sunday, July 20 - Lake Superior Day in Copper Harbor Park & Marina -- Pictures
Keweenaw Geoheritage–Tours by Water and Land
Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is known as a place of natural beauty with a fascinating mining history. Join local expert Bill Rose to learn how to read this landscape and how it came to be the way it is today. Geoheritage Tours Website
The Fort Wayne (Ind.) Journal Gazette published an article about two brothers, both high school science teachers, who participated in Michigan Tech's Great Lakes Watershed Investigations Teacher Institute this summer. See "Local Teachers Travel to Study Lakes."
Great Lakes Investigations Aboard Michigan Tech Research Vessel Agassiz: Great Lakes Investigations Aboard Michigan Tech Research Vessel Agassiz for Students in Grades 4-12 ~ Fun! FREE! Educational!
July 24, 2014 Geology Teacher Institute July 21-25
Michigan teachers learn a thing or two about the U.P.’s geology
July 17, 2014 Great Lakes Teacher Institute
Learning about the lakes: MTU hosts teacher institute
July 10, 2014 Global Change Teacher Institute
Tracking a changing world Tech hosts 9th annual Global Change Teacher Institute
Lake Superior Day July 20, 2014: GLRC story and pictures; Lake Superior Day in Copper Harbor Park & Marina; Daily Mining Gazette article: A Superior celebration
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