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MTU Kinesiology Student Embraces Possibility

Corey Miller cares for elders in a local nursing household, giving an necessary provider
to her neighborhood that is also helping to clarify her job ambitions.

Global pandemics do not offer you silver linings or golden options. But they can
open the doorway to new options — of finding means to go ahead even in the most
dire of occasions and to be of provider while undertaking so. For Michigan Technological College
student Corey Miller, a 2019
training science graduate functioning on her accelerated master’s degree in kinesiology, that means caring for elders at PortagePointe, a skilled rehabilitation facility

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COVID-19 Delays Great Lakes Buoy Deployment, MTU Helps Fill the Gap

Michigan Tech and the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Study have stepped
in to assure buoys are deployed in Lake Top-quality despite delays because of to COVID-19.

An unforeseen consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the delayed deployment
of Great Lakes weather and wave buoys, which offer important weather and wave ailments
details to commercial shipping, recreational boaters, anglers, swimmers and community
tour boat firms.

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Stepping in to fill this gap are Michigan Tech and the Cooperative Institute for Great
Lakes Study (CIGLR), a partnership amongst the Nationwide Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA), College of Michigan,

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MTU to Host 2021 Great Lakes Conference

Michigan Technological University will host the once-a-year conference of the Worldwide
Affiliation for Fantastic Lakes Study in Could 2021.

With its proximity to Lake Excellent and world-course limnological investigate services,
Michigan Tech is an perfect spot to host the Worldwide Affiliation for Fantastic Lakes Study (IAGLR). The once-a-year IAGLR conference provides with each other researchers who study the Fantastic
Lakes and other significant lakes of the world and their watersheds. The scientific group
also involves policymakers and resource professionals at municipal, tribal, point out and federal
levels.

The 64th Once-a-year Meeting on Fantastic Lakes Study requires spot Could 17-21, 2021,

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MTU Junior Kaylee Meyers Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

For the second consecutive 12 months, a Michigan Tech student has been awarded a person of the
nation’s most prestigious undergraduate analysis scholarships.

Kaylee Meyers, a 3rd-12 months student at Michigan Technological University, has obtained
a person of the nation’s greatest accolades for faculty undergraduates. 
The biomedical engineering significant from Essexville, Michigan is the 12th Michigan Tech student to obtain the
prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.

Established in 1989 by Congress to honor the late Arizona senator and administered
by the
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Instruction Foundation, Goldwater scholarships are awarded to faculty sophomores and juniors.

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MTU Oceanographer Addresses 80 Years of Lake Levels at High Water Summit Town Hall

Engineer Guy Meadows will discuss Michigan’s lake levels from 1938 to present and inform
coastal communities, property owners and community planners at second Michigan High
Water Summit town hall April 28.

A second Michigan High Water Summit webinar town hall will focus on Great Lakes shoreline
erosion and permitting. Registration is open and limited to 1,000 attendees. The webinar
is from 5-6:30 p.m. on April 28. Visit the Michigan Department of Environment, Great
Lakes and Energy (EGLE) high water levels website to register for the webinar and for additional information.

A map depicting the shoreline near Benton Harbor upon which are overlaid lines which show how the shoreline has changed since 1938.
Bluff retreat risk projections near Benton Harbor. The blue line
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