Hear from GRACE intern Cameron See and project leader Dr. Don Lafreniere in this new article feature: GRACE Interns Research Community Issues
We had a full house at the Great Lakes Research Center last night to celebrate the GRACE interns, who presented their data collection and analysis about the streets, parks, buildings, and social activity that influence our daily lives in the Keweenaw. We are so proud of their smart questions and polished presentations! Take a look yourself!
People in the Active Community (Yvonne Oja & Cameron See)
Examining the Correlation between Cigarette Butts and People (Sam Raber)
What Makes Us Feel Unsafe (Will Stier)
Location of Mobility Needs (Leah Riutta)
What influences the amount of traffic in an area? (Michael Ackerman)
Which community is the most pleasant? (Jenna Kivela-Heinz)
The Potential Effects of Vacancies (Miranda Rich)
How Gender Impacts Environmental Perceptions (Loviisa Berg)
Evaluation of Local Keweenaw Parks (Nick Laemmrich)
Distribution of People in Calumet and Laurium (Jason Ackerman)
During Reunion 2017, our team had the opportunity to time travel through campus with Michigan Tech alumni. You can read more in this feature from the TechAlum Newsletter: Explore. Share. Connect. Keweenaw Time Traveler.
One volunteer in particular, Antonia Burich, has completed ALL of Laurium 1888 in the "Document Building Use" app. THANK YOU ANTONIA! Now, she is working on the "Document Building Materials" app for 1888 and she hopes to complete all of her home town of Laurium.
You can help Antonia! Pick a map and a year and