MTU Celebrates World Water Day March 18-24

Michigan Tech will rejoice World Drinking water Working day 2021 March eighteen-24 with digital functions
similar to the United Nations theme, “Valuing Drinking water.”

Michigan Tech’s once-a-year celebration of the throughout the world occasion focuses on the numerous techniques that h2o is vital to life. This yr, the local community is
invited to functions that showcase the price of h2o from social, financial, cultural
and environmental perspectives.

Absolutely everyone is welcome to the digital celebration. A local community artwork show and screening
of the film Courageous Blue World kick off the 7 days-long occasion. The agenda consists of speakers,
a efficiency by the Woodland Singers, a h2o-centered Husky Bites presentation, a
research level of competition and free spouse and children artwork functions.

Stop by the World Drinking water Working day web site for Zoom one-way links, registration and occasion information. All functions are free and open up to the
general public.

  • March eighteen – Community Artwork Present: Nearby artists and local community members of all ages share what
    h2o implies to them via creative imagination and development in a digital gallery.
  • March eighteen – seven- 8:30 p.m.: Courageous Blue World facilitated discussion with Nancy Langston (SS/GLRC)
    & Dr. Casey Huckins (BIO/GLRC) as portion of the Sustainability Film Sequence.  
  • March 22 – 6 p.m.: Drinking water-centered Husky Bites presentation and the Three Moment Thesis-design
    research level of competition open up to undergraduate and graduate pupils of all majors.  
  • March 23 – four:30 p.m.: Youth speaker Braedon Butterfield, member of the Crimson Cliff Band of Lake
    Exceptional Chippewa and an aspiring journalist, will existing a communicate about valuing h2o.  
  • March 23 – 6 p.m.: Artwork Night for All with neighborhood artwork educator and artist Melissa Hronkin, with
    a looking through of “We Are Drinking water Protectors” by Carole Lindstrom, followed by an artwork venture
    honoring the price of h2o for all residing points. Lisa Denomie, creator of “Sea Yoga,”
    will guideline an expressive motion exercise. Judy Sarosik, teacher and artist of Peace
    Crane Mobiles, qualified prospects contributors in folding an origami fish, also sharing her artwork
    and adore of mother nature.  
  • March 24 – four p.m.: Panel discussion showcasing Diane P. Dupont, professor of economics at Brock
    College Patty Loew, director of the Centre for Indigenous American and Indigenous
    Exploration at Northwestern College and a professor in the Medill Faculty of Journalism
    and Ali Mirchi, assistant professor of h2o methods engineering at Oklahoma State
    College and a Michigan Tech alum.

Michigan Technological College is a general public research college, house to additional than
seven,000 pupils from 54 nations around the world. Launched in 1885, the College presents additional than
120 undergraduate and graduate diploma courses in science and technologies, engineering,
forestry, small business and economics, health professions, humanities, arithmetic, and
social sciences. Our campus in Michigan’s Higher Peninsula overlooks the Keweenaw Waterway
and is just a couple of miles from Lake Exceptional.

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