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Masks Required Indoors on Campus 

While Michigan Tech is at Health and Safety Level Two, masks should be worn inside. This applies to all understudies, representatives and guests, paying little heed to immunization status. 

Michigan Tech unequivocally suggests that all representatives and understudies proceed with handwashing and hand-disinfecting rehearses, particularly considering the destructiveness of the COVID-19 delta variation. Kindly know that in case you are presented to COVID-19, quarantine rules shift contingent upon inoculation status. 

In Level Two, understudies and workers are not needed to screen their side effects every day before coming to grounds. However, people ought to be aware of their own side effects. A valuable observing instrument is accessible from the CDC. 


On-Demand COVID-19 Testing Available on Campus 

Stroll in, on-request COVID-19 testing is accessible to Michigan Tech understudies and workers throughout the fall 2021 semester. 

Testing is situated in the Datolite Room at the MUB on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. There is no expense to be tried, and no arrangement is required. 

Peruse more COVID-19 Testing Information on the MTU Flex site. 


Human-Centered Computing Research Expo is Today 

The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems' (Icc's) Human-Centered Computing (HCC) research bunch is facilitating its fourth yearly HCC Research Expo today (Nov. 11) related to World Usability Day 2021. 

Introduced by the ICC and the HCC research bunch, the exhibition features the interdisciplinary HCC research occurring across grounds and gives a gathering to Michigan Tech understudies to investigate HCC research openings, visit labs and participate in virtual conversations. 

A feature address from online protection master Rick Wash of Michigan State University will happen at 2 p.m. through Zoom. The talk is named "How People Detect Phishing Messages: Using Email in the Presence of Adversaries." 

A specialist on the human parts of online protection, Wash is an academic partner in the Department of Media and Information at MSU. 

Join the virtual feature address.

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