Michigan Tech to T.C.

Travel City: From 2019, the distance from Traves to Houghton has been short and short for 382 miles.

The distance between Michigan University of Technology and TC will officially be zero on Monday.

Jay Meldrum, director of the Quewa Research Center, will also have an office in the Travev Connecticut building. The Michigan Tech Research Center on 202 Grand Parkway will officially open on Monday.

Moldrum, who moved to the upper peninsula in early June, said: “I am very happy with the work.”

“We are thrilled to be working with them and getting them into the second floor of our building,” said Warren Liaison President and CEO. “We are not only happy to have them participate in our building, but we also see the physical presence in the territory as an opportunity to be with them.

It is a major milestone between the University of Michigan Tech and the Greater Traver region.

The new research institute is the first workplace in the North Lower Peninsula, MTU, following the release of Houston-based University. The purpose of the office is to promote research in areas such as aviation, production simulation and renewable energy.

“There are some fun things to do together,” says Call. “This is very important. For Michigan Tech, being physically present here is a big deal.

Although the physical office in Traverse City is new to Michigan Tech, it is not the relationship between Upper Peninsula University and the region.

Michigan Tech and Prometentent, Inc. Members of the Michigan Tech Leadership Committee, led by CEO Bill Myers, have signed a “Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore opportunities for cooperation in the region.”

Michigan Tech and Northwest Michigan College have also signed an agreement that allows engineering students to transfer NMC credits to MTU for two years. The 2 + 2 program allows students in a variety of engineering tracks to transfer 60 credits to Michigan Tech and join MTU as a junior, depending on the program.

Extended agreement earlier this year will allow science partners to transfer 73 credits from NMC to MTU.

Meldurum said it would “go back even further” to renew its 2019 agreement, the first 2 + 2 program between NMC and MTU since 1990.

Meldrum said the 2 + 2 program is one of the five focus areas of the new location in the city of Travas.

The second emphasis is on working with local K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs before students start thinking about higher education and finally career paths. Meldrum also includes arts in the arts – calling it STEAM – due to the large traffic area regional centers such as the Intel Art Center.

Members of the MTU liaison team arrived in Travas City in October 2019 to discuss some of the university’s science and technology programs.

Economic development is another major focus of Michigan Tech in the region. Milder, a former member of 20Fathoms and TCNewTech, said he was looking for ways to turn “ideas into sources of revenue”, especially in the technology sector.

Mild Mirem Michigan Tech also emphasizes community development, especially renewable energy. Meldrum mentioned MTU and its work with Community Sun in a project with Tony Anderson, manager of the Cherryland Electric Cooperative in La Ance.

Another focus for Melderm in his new workplace is research, particularly the geographical similarities between Travard City and Houghton. In particular, the MC Great Lakes Water Research Institute and the MTU Great Lakes Research Center.

“There are things we do in the Gulf and in Lake Michigan,” Meldurem said.

Meldrum is also looking forward to offering Michigan Tech educational opportunities in the region, as well as offering several “short courses” at Traver City.

“We’re really trying to keep our relationship going,” he said. At Kovid, we all learned how to teach lessons with Zom.

Calling Tech Tech says it will occupy 2,700 square feet on the second floor.

“As they grow, they have room to expand,” he said.

Prior to earning a master’s degree from the University of Michigan, Meldurem graduated from the General Motors Institute of Technology under the name of Keating University.

He said he had started structural chemistry in Troy and had moved the company from 1982 to 1977 before moving to the Highlands. He and his wife have rented an apartment in the town of Traves and are moving to a condominium near West High School.

For the first three weeks, Mildurums lived on the Maniti River in a relative’s “Lake Fish Fish Camp.”

“I’ve been with Michigan Tech for 24 winters,” he said. My wife is very happy to be back under the Makkanak Bridge.

Following the official opening of the Traffic City office at 3 p.m.

It is a major milestone between the University of Michigan Tech and the Greater Traver region. Train Link President and CEO Warren Call


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