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Welcome! On behalf of the entire 2013 Orientation Staff, congratulations on becoming a member of this year’s talented first-year class and a part of the Michigan Technological University community! Orientation helps new first-year students lay a strong foundation for their university experience and provides a welcoming atmosphere where students can develop connections to campus. Throughout Orientation Week you will:

• Learn how to navigate the academic and social transitions to college. • Get involved and meet new people. • Find out about campus resources, services, and opportunities for involvement. • Attend Day Zero in preparation for some of your fall courses. • Have fun! During Orientation Week, you will receive a tremendous amount of valuable information. Some of this information you will be able to use right away; some you may need to use later. As you begin to get comfortable here, take time to explore your different areas of interest. While you are challenging yourself academically, get to know different types of people, try something new, and make the most of every minute here at Michigan Tech. Your Orientation Team Leaders (OTLs), academic advisors, professors, Resident Assistants (RAs), Commuter Assistants (CAs), and many others are here to assist you throughout your years at Tech. If there is anything that we at the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success can do to help, please feel free to contact us at 906-487-3558, or send an email to success@mtu.edu. Best of luck!

Katharine Cooper Assistant Director, Orientation Programs Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success www.mtu.edu/success

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Table of Contents What to do first. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–4 Orientation Schedule.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–23

Saturday, August 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–6

Sunday, August 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–7

Monday, August 26. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8–10

Tuesday, August 27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–12

Wednesday, August 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12–14

My Schedule for Thursday and Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Day Zero Course Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16–17

Thursday, August 29. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18–20

Friday, August 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21–23

Welcome Week Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23–28

Saturday, August 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23–25

Sunday, September 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25–27

Monday, September 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Tuesday, September 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Wednesday, September 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Thursday, September 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Friday, September 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Orientation Week Dining Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Team Meeting Rooms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Academic Department Introduction Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Academic Advising Meeting Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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ü Go to the Rozsa Center to pick up your New Student Check-in packet. ú Move into your room. ú There is a 30-minute time limit for unloading your belongings at the residence halls to ensure that the process runs smoothly for everyone. ú After unloading, please park student cars in lots 9, 10, 21, or 24 to keep the unloading zones clear during move-in weekend. You may move your vehicle to your designated lot on Monday, August 26. All visitors and parents must park their vehicles in lots 9 or 10.

ú Make sure to get your HuskyCard before Monday, August 26, as you will need this for swipe access to computer labs, your residence hall, and the dining hall for meals. (See below for details)

ú If you have a car, confirm and finalize your parking arrangements: ú If you registered online for your parking assignment, you must pick up your parking decal at Transportation Services, located in the Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) for move-in weekend. ú If you have not yet registered your vehicle, go to Transportation Services, located in the Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) for move-in weekend, to do so as soon as possible. Note: You will need a photo ID and current vehicle registration to pick up your parking decal.

ú Get your computer connected. If you need assistance, stop by the Library and IT Service Center in the Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) or call 906-487-1111.

ú Get your textbooks from the bookstore. Note: You will need to have your HuskyCard in order to access your schedule and list of required textbooks.

ú Introduce yourself to your Resident Assistant (RA). ú Look for your Orientation team assignment on the front of this booklet and get ready to have an awesome Orientation Week!

Getting Your HuskyCard The HuskyCard is your official Michigan Tech photo identification. This card will give you access to events as well as swipe access to the computer labs, your residence hall, and the dining halls. Whether you submitted your photo online or need to have it taken, you can get your HuskyCard in the Van Pelt and Opie Library (17). A form of photo ID and your Michigan Tech M-number are needed to get your ID card.

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ISO Password Sync In your Michigan Tech Guide, you received a username and password that will allow you to log in to campus computers and access Michigan Tech online resources such as your Michigan Tech email account and Banweb. However, you must first sync this password in order to use it for each of these services. To sync your ISO password:

• Go to www.login.mtu.edu • On the menu on the left side of the page, click Active Directory/ISO Password Synchronization

• Type the username and password that you received with your Michigan Tech Guide to log in • Enter your password in the required fields and click Sync Password You can use the same ISO password to access all of Michigan Tech’s resources and services. This will be very important when you register during Orientation, so be sure to sync your password as soon as possible if you have not done so already. If you have misplaced your Michigan Tech Guide, you can get your ISO login information by calling 888-688-1885, emailing mtu4u@mtu.edu, or visiting the Admissions Office in the Administration and Student Services Building (1).

Your Course Schedule and Academic Advisor Information You should log into MyMichiganTech to print your current course schedule. Go to mymichigantech.mtu.edu and enter your ISO username and password. Click on the Current Students tab, and look for the My Courses section to see your schedule. You will need to have a copy of your course schedule with you during Orientation Week. On MyMichiganTech, you can also access your academic advisor information. Click on the Current Students tab, then look for the Academic Programs and Advisors box on the left-hand side; this will include your advisor’s name and contact information.

Security Awareness Training Program Michigan Tech’s Information Security Awareness Training program helps you protect your personal and sensitive information. It is an ongoing process, educating the University community on potential risks and security concerns as well as good information security practices. Our goal is to help you understand the risks in using technology and how to effectively defend against cyber threats. You will receive an email notification of your enrollment in the Information Security Awareness Training program. Michigan Tech has partnered with SANS Securing the Human to provide you video based training. Please look at this email for further instructions on how to complete your training.

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Saturday, August 24 9:00 AM–7:00 PM New Student Check-in Rozsa (10) Lobby Get ready for a great week by picking up your residence hall information, Orientation schedule, and team assignment! 9:00 AM–7:00 PM Move-in Residence Halls Move into your residence hall with help from the Michigan Tech Welcome Crew. These members of the Michigan Tech community will also help to answer any of your questions. Keep in mind there is a 30-minute time limit for parking in the unloading zones near the halls. You will need to move your car to lots 9, 10, 21, or 24 for overnight parking; parents and visitors must park in lots 9 or 10. On Monday, August 26, you may move your vehicle to your designated lot. 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Go Shopping Around Town MUB (34) Shop for your essentials without a car! University vans will take students to and from area stores. The trip is free and open to all new students. Meet in front of the Memorial Union Building (MUB) at 10:45 AM. Trips leave every half hour. Sponsored by International Programs and Services 1:00–2:30 PM Army ROTC Administrative In-processing and Student Services Orientation ROTC (4) 101 (Blue Room) This session is for students who are enrolled in Army ROTC. 2:30–4:00 PM Army ROTC Cadet and Parent Orientation: ROTC Commander Welcome Brief ROTC (4) 101 (Blue Room) This orientation session is for students who are enrolled in Army ROTC and their parents. You will meet the ROTC cadre and staff, validate your scholarship, and learn about enrollment requirements. 4:00–5:30 PM Campus Tours Walker (11) Lawn Orientation Team Leaders lead a brief tour of the Tech campus. Tours begin at 4:00 PM and 4:30 PM, rain or shine. 8:00–10:00 PM Comedian Jay Black Rozsa (10) Theatre Join us for a night of laughs as Late Night Programming brings comedian Jay Black to the Rozsa Center. Jay has appeared on Showtime, A&E, Fox, CBC, and NBC. Sponsored by Student Activities’ Late Night Programming 7:00–10:00 PM Board Games Fun Night West McNair Hall (38) Lounge; Wadsworth Hall (37) Annex; DHH (31) Center Lounge; Hillside (48) Lounge Stop by any residence hall to connect with other students with some informal fun and refreshments. Sponsored by Inter-Christian Council and InterVarsity

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Sunday, August 25 9:00 AM–4:00 PM New Student Check-in Rozsa (10) Lobby Get ready for a great week by picking up your residence hall information, Orientation schedule, and team assignment! 9:00 AM–4:00 PM Move-in Residence Halls Move into your residence hall with help from the Michigan Tech Welcome Crew. These members of the Michigan Tech community will also help to answer any of your questions. Keep in mind there is a 30-minute time limit for parking in the unloading zones near the halls. You will need to move your car to lots 9, 10, 21, or 24 for overnight parking; parents and visitors must park in lots 9 or 10. On Monday, August 26, you may move your vehicle to your designated lot. 10:00 AM–1:00 PM Student Services Open Office Hours If you need any of your questions answered before business hours on Monday, the following offices are open to assist you and your family in the Administration and Student Services Building (1): Admissions Cashier’s Office/Student Billing Counseling Services Student Disability Services Financial Aid International Programs and Services Registrar’s Office

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11:00 AM–12:30 PM Campus Tours Walker (11) Lawn Orientation Team Leaders lead a brief tour of the Tech campus. Tours begin at 11:00 AM and 11:30 AM, rain or shine. 1:00–3:00 PM Air Force ROTC Orientation ROTC (4) 100 (ROTC Gym) This session is for students interested in Air Force ROTC. In addition to meeting some of the Air Force ROTC staff, students will learn about enrollment requirements and the opportunities available through this program. 2:00–3:00 PM, or 3:00–4:00 PM (Time assigned at check-in, please check the sticker on the outside of your Orientation book) Spatial Visualization Test (All Engineering Students) Fisher (15) 135 All engineering and engineering management students are required to take this test. You must bring the following with you to the test: 1) Michigan Tech User ID (email address), 2) Michigan Tech Student ID number (M-number), and 3) a #2 pencil. If you did not register for this test at check-in, you will need to take it on Monday afternoon (more information on page 11).

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3:00–3:45 PM ExSEL Student and Parent Info Session Dow (8) 641 This is an opportunity for new ExSEL participants and parents to meet the ExSEL staff, learn more about the program, and ask any questions you may have. 3:00–4:00 PM Honors Institute Students and Family Reception MUB (34) Ballroom A If you are a member of the Michigan Tech Honors Institute, you should attend this reception to meet other students and the Institute director. More details about the program will be presented. 4:00–6:00 PM Family Picnic Walker (11) Lawn Take a break from moving in and enjoy this picnic for new students and their families! Tickets purchased in advance for family members can be picked up at the Rozsa Center box office. In the event of rain, families of oncampus residents can eat in their student’s residence hall dining hall, and families of commuter students can eat in the residence hall dining hall of their choice. 6:30–8:00 PM University Welcome and First-Year Class Photo SDC (24) Wood Gym Join your first-year class and their families as you meet the people who will help you make the most of your college experience! You will be welcomed by University President Glenn Mroz and Vice President for Student Affairs and Advancement Les Cook. Afterward, you will make your way to Sherman Field to take your place in the 2013 first-year class photo! 8:00–9:00 PM First House Meeting Residence Halls Join your Resident Assistant (RA) and get to know the other members of your house at your first house meeting. 9:00–10:00 PM Hall Hospitality Wadsworth Hall (37) Dining Hall Grab a snack with everyone in your hall after your first meeting.

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Monday, August 26 Below is an overview of today’s major events based upon team number. This will give you a general sense of the day’s schedule. All Teams Team Meeting 1 9:00–10:00 AM Academic Department Introductions 10:00–11:30 AM Academic Advising Meeting 1:00–3:00 PM Advising Open Hours 3:00–5:00 PM Team Meeting 2 6:00–7:00 PM Staying Safe at Tech 7:00–8:00 PM or 8:00–9:00 PM 7:00–9:00 AM Breakfast Dining Halls Jump-start your day with a breakfast to energize you for Orientation. At 8:50 AM, OTLs will begin to line up along the sidewalk of Walker Lawn, holding their team numbers in numerical order, so start looking for your team number at that time. You can find your team number on the front of this booklet. Commuter students can eat in any of the dining halls. In the event of rain, you will meet your Orientation Team Leader in the lobby of the Rozsa Center at 8:50 AM. **Be sure to bring this booklet to breakfast and your first team meeting. 8:00 AM–12:30 PM TOEFL Testing (Team 74) Dow (8) 641 Students enrolled in the English as a Second Language (ESL) Program are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) at this time before they will be able to register for classes. Please make sure that you bring your M-number and a form of photo ID to the test. 9:00–10:00 AM Team Meeting 1 Get to know the other students on your team, learn about the week’s schedule, and talk about time management in college with the help of your OTL. Discuss the major events that you will be able to attend and find out all of the great opportunities that Orientation can offer! See page 31 for Team Meeting Locations. 10:00–11:30 AM Academic Department Introductions Get a welcome and introduction to your department from the faculty and staff. See page 32 for Academic Department Introduction locations. 1:00–3:00 PM Academic Advising Meetings This is your chance to meet your academic advisor and learn about courses required for your major. You can get all of your academic questions answered and make sure you’re ready for registration. You will also get information about your computer lab. Refer to pages 32–33 for advising meeting locations.

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2:30–4:00 PM Modern Language Placement Testing Center Open–French and German Walker (11) 113 This test is for students who have pre-registered to take a comprehension test in French or German for placement in the appropriate language course. It is also possible to register on-site. Allow 30 minutes for the test. The test is online, and you will receive your results immediately. Faculty will be available for consultation about placement test results or any other questions about language programs at Michigan Tech. 3:00–5:00 PM Advising Open Hours Your academic advisor will be available to answer any questions. Find your advisor’s office location on Banweb (Banweb instructions are on page 6). Take advantage of these office hours to introduce yourself to your advisor or to ask any final questions before the semester starts. 3:00–4:00 PM Computer Science Placement Test Rekhi (28) 214 This test is for all computer science, computer systems science, software engineering, computer engineering, and electrical engineering majors with programming experience. If you didn’t take this test online over the summer, now is the time to take it. If you perform well on this test, you will be advised to take an accelerated introduction to computer science (CS1131). 3:00–4:00 PM, or 4:00–5:00 PM Spatial Visualization Test (All Engineering Students) Fisher (15) 135 All engineering and engineering management students are required to take this test. You must bring the following with you to the test:1) Michigan Tech User ID (email address), 2) Michigan Tech Student ID number (M-number), and 3) a #2 pencil. To be enrolled in ENG1001 or ENG1101 you must either pass this test with a score above 60% or take ENG1002–Introduction to Spatial Visualization in the same semester to fulfill the required prerequisite. 4:00–5:30 PM Modern Language Placement Testing Center Open–Spanish and Chinese Walker (11) 113 This test is for students who have pre-registered to take a comprehension test in Spanish or Chinese for placement in the appropriate language course. It is also possible to register on-site. Allow 30 minutes for the test; it must be completed by 5:30 PM. The test is online, and you will receive your results immediately. Faculty will be available for consultation about placement test results or any other questions about language programs at Michigan Tech. 4:30–5:30 PM Event Sign-Up Wadsworth Hall (37) and McNair Hall (38) Lobbies Sign up for Orientation Week events, like the volleyball tournament or valuable academic workshops. 6:00–7:00 PM Team Meeting 2 After a long day of events, it’s easy for details to slip through the cracks. Meet up with your OTL to review your first day of Orientation week! Use this time to ask questions and discuss the events that lie ahead the rest of the week. 7:00–8:00 PM Staying Safe at Tech (Residents of DHH, McNair and Commuter Students) Rozsa (10) Theatre You may have heard that Michigan Tech is ranked one of the safest campuses in the nation, and this is no accident. Learn how to help keep your new community safe by focusing on prevention.

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8:00–9:00 PM Staying Safe at Tech (Residents of Wadsworth and Hillside) Rozsa (10) Theatre You may have heard that Michigan Tech is ranked one of the safest campuses in the nation, and this is no accident. Learn how to help keep your new community safe by focusing on prevention. 10:00 PM–12:00 AM Ultimate Frisbee SDC (24) Sherman Field Play some Ultimate Frisbee and enjoy the evening on the Michigan Tech Huskies’ football field! Sponsored by Douglass Houghton Hall Council

Tuesday, August 27 Teams 1–36 Advising Open Hours 8:00–10:00 AM

Teams 37–75 Summer Reading Speaker 9:00–11:00 AM

A Whole New World 10:00–11:30 AM Summer Reading Speaker 1:00–3:00 PM Team Meeting 3 3:00–4:15 PM Library Expo 6:00 –10:00 PM

Team Meeting 3 11:00 AM–12:15 PM A Whole New World 1:00–2:30 PM Advising Open Hours 2:30–4:00 PM Library Expo 6:00 –10:00 PM

8:00–10:00 AM Math Placement Test Fisher (15) 331 This test is available to you if you wish to challenge your math placement and you registered after June 1 (or had a technical difficulty with the online testing in June). If you do not have ACT or SAT scores, you are required to take this test to determine appropriate math course placement. Students who tested this spring may not test again. Calculators are not permitted on this test. 9:00–11:00 AM Reading as Inquiry Speaker Student Session: Kristen Iversen (Teams 37–75) Rozsa (10) Theatre Kristen Iversen will discuss her book Full Body Burden: Growing Up In The Nuclear Shadow Of Rocky Flats, sharing anecdotes about growing up in Arvada, Colorado, near the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, and later working at the facility herself. 10:00–11:30 AM A Whole New World: Culture, Comfort, and Communication in College (Teams 1–13) Dow (8) 641 (Teams 14–36) Fisher (15) 135 College provides you with endless opportunities, including the chance to meet new people and make new friends. It can be difficult to open up to complete strangers, but the friends you make and the experiences you share during your college years can last a lifetime. One of the wonderful things about college campuses is that they bring together people from varying backgrounds, allowing you to learn about others and expand your interests while also finding common ground with your fellow students. As exciting and rewarding as this can be, sometimes tension and misunderstandings result from differences in background, expectations, and experiences. To help prepare you, the staff of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion will introduce diversity in a new way, helping you to think about diversity in both your own identity and that of others. This session will make you feel more comfortable engaging others and navigating moments of conflict that may occur as you get to know new people.

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11:00 AM–12:15 PM Team Meeting 3 (Teams 37–75) Get ready for a college-level discussion by joining a Michigan Tech faculty or staff member, an RA, and your OTL to discuss this year’s Reading as Inquiry book, Full Body Burden: Growing Up In The Nuclear Shadow Of Rocky Flats by Kristen Iversen. Be prepared to actively participate. This means being familiar with the book and asking questions of your own. Respect other points of view and be ready to share your thoughts and opinions! Remember to bring your book to this meeting! 1:00–2:30 PM A Whole New World: Culture, Comfort, and Communication in College (Teams 37–47) Dow (8) 641, (Teams 48–75) Fisher (15) 135 College provides you with endless opportunities, including the chance to meet new people and make new friends. It can be difficult to open up to complete strangers, but the friends you make and the experiences you share during your college years can last a lifetime. One of the wonderful things about college campuses is that they bring together people from varying backgrounds, allowing you to learn about others and expand your interests while also finding common ground with your fellow students. As exciting and rewarding as this can be, sometimes tension and misunderstandings result from differences in background, expectations, and experiences. To help prepare you, the staff of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion will introduce diversity in a new way, helping you to think about diversity in both your own identity and that of others. This session will make you feel more comfortable engaging others and navigating moments of conflict that may occur as you get to know new people. 1:00–3:00 PM Reading as Inquiry Speaker Student Session: Kristen Iversen (Teams 1–36) Rozsa (10) Theatre Kristen Iversen will discuss her book Full Body Burden: Growing Up In The Nuclear Shadow Of Rocky Flats, sharing anecdotes about growing up in Arvada, Colorado, near the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, and later working at the facility herself. 3:00–4:30 PM Team Meeting 3 (Teams 1–36) Get ready for a college-level discussion by joining a Michigan Tech faculty or staff member, an RA, and your OTL to discuss this year’s Reading as Inquiry book, Full Body Burden: Growing Up In The Nuclear Shadow Of Rocky Flats by Kristen Iversen. Be prepared to actively participate. This means being familiar with the book and asking questions of your own. Respect other points of view and be ready to share your thoughts and opinions! Remember to bring your book to this meeting! 4:00–6:00 PM Slack Line Clinic Walker (11) Lawn Stop by to try walking across the slack line with the Outdoor Adventure Program! 4:30–5:30 PM Event Sign-Up Wadsworth Hall (37) and McNair Hall (38) Lobbies Sign up for Orientation Week events, like the volleyball tournament or valuable academic workshops. 6:00–7:00 PM Banana Split DHH (31) Front Sidewalk Join us for the longest banana split you have ever seen! Imagine nearly 500 feet of ice cream, bananas, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, all topped with cherries–you definitely don’t want to miss this. In the event of rain, the Banana Split will be held on Thursday at 6:45 PM on the front sidewalk of DHH (31). 6:00–10:00 PM

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Library Expo Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) Blizzard has been framed! Come explore the Van Pelt and Opie Library as you search for clues to help Blizzard clear his good name. While you are there, visit with a few campus departments and Learning Centers that will help with your success! There will be food, giveaways, and many prizes including the grand prize, seats in the Lazyboy Lookout at the October 26 hockey game against Northern Michigan University. 10:00 PM–12:00 AM Vegas Night Wadsworth Hall (37) Dining Hall Come close to the glamour and glitz of Las Vegas in Houghton while enjoying games, snacks, and root beer floats! Sponsored by Wadsworth Hall Student Association and Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 

Wednesday, August 28 Teams 1–36 Advising Open Hours 8:00–10:00 AM Team Meeting 4 10:00–11:00 AM Registration 11:00 AM–4:00 PM

Teams 37–75 Advising Open Hours 8:00–10:00 AM Team Meeting 4 10:00–11:00 AM Registration 11:00 AM–4:00 PM

Campus Resource Tour 11:15 AM–3:30 PM

Campus Resource Tour 11:15 AM–3:30 PM

Campus Computing 6:00–7:00 PM

Campus Computing 7:30–8:30 PM

8:00–9:00 AM Placement Test Results Pick up your placement test results in the following locations:   Spatial Visualization* Fisher (15) 139   8:00 AM: *You only need to attend this meeting if you are contacted by your OTL.   ESL Students Walker (11) 134   8:00–8:20 AM: Last names beginning with A–H   8:20–8:40 AM: Last names beginning with I–O   8:40–9:00 AM: Last names beginning with P–Z 8:00–9:30 AM OAP Paddle Experience Prince’s Point Interested in learning to kayak or stand up paddle board? Sign up to join the Outdoor Adventure Program on the Keweenaw Waterway! Sign up by calling 906-487-2290, emailing OAP@mtu.edu, or stopping in the OAP/ Wellness House (O’Connor House, 22) during business hours (Monday–Friday, 12–5:00 PM). 8:00–10:00 AM Advising Open Hours Your academic advisor will be available to answer any questions. You can find your advisor’s office location on Banweb. Take advantage of this time to introduce yourself or ask any questions before the semester starts. 8:00–10:00 AM International Students Rights and Responsibilities EERC (7) 103 International and exchange students studying in the US must follow certain rules and regulations in order to stay in the country legally. This session will give an overview of the legal rights and responsibilities of students entering the US with a Michigan Tech I-20 or DS2019 (including Canadian students).

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9:00–10:00 AM Multiliteracies Center Dow (8) 641 Each year, a number of students are encouraged to have weekly appointments in the Multiliteracies Center; if you are enrolled in HU0121, you are one of these students. Our data clearly shows students who have weekly appointments in the Center are more successful. Check your class schedule to see if you are enrolled in HU0121. You must attend this meeting to learn more. 10:00–11:00 AM Team Meeting 4 Prepare to register with your team by reviewing advising information and asking any additional questions about classes, your major, and the registration process. Your OTL will review the registration process with you and will offer some scheduling tips. 11:00 AM–4:00 PM Registration Finish registering for your courses and confirm that your schedule includes all of the classes you need for the fall semester. Your OTL will let you know when and where to register and will be there to answer any questions. Each team is assigned a specific registration time window and computer lab location. My Registration Time:_______________________ My Registration Location:____________________ 11:00 AM–4:00 PM IESL Registration (Team 74) Walker (11) 134 The IESL program will be providing registration help according to the first letter of a student’s last name.  11:00 AM–12:00 PM: Last names beginning with A–H  1:00–2:00 PM: Last names beginning with I–O  2:00–3:00 PM: Last names beginning with P–Z 11:15 AM–3:30 PM Campus Resource Tour Familiarize yourself with the Michigan Tech campus with the help of your OTL. You’ll get a more in-depth tour of campus, with stops that cater to the needs of your major or department, including research areas, labs, and classrooms. Along the way, you’ll visit the locations of services that students often use, Learning Centers, and your department office just to name a few. Your OTL will also give you the inside scoop on the best places to study and hang out between classes. My Campus Resource Tour Time:_____________________ My Campus Resource Tour Meeting Location:_____________________ 2:00–3:30 PM ESL Program Orientation Meeting Walker (11) 134 There will be a general meeting of all students in the IESL program providing an orientation to the program, tour of Walker, and a faculty and student social. 4:30–5:30 PM Event Sign-Up Wadsworth Hall (37) and McNair Hall (38) Lobbies Sign up for Orientation Week events, like the volleyball tournament or valuable academic workshops.

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5:00–6:00 PM Research Scholars Pizza Dinner Meeting MUB (34) Peninsula Room If you are a member of the Research Scholars program, plan on attending this pizza dinner to talk with other members and hear more about the program! 6:00–7:00 PM Campus Computing: From Free Speech to Facebook (Teams 1–36) Rozsa (10) Theatre Learn everything you need to know about your life online: what your rights are, how the laws operate, and what potential liabilities await you. Most importantly, you will leave knowing how to protect yourself both legally and personally when you log on. 7:30–8:30 PM Campus Computing: From Free Speech to Facebook (Teams 37–75) Rozsa (10) Theatre Learn everything you need to know about your life online: what your rights are, how the laws operate, and what potential liabilities await you. Most importantly, you will leave knowing how to protect yourself both legally and personally when you log on. 9:00–11:00 PM Josh Vietti Walker (11) Lawn Josh Vietti is a hip-hop violinist from southern California. He has performed on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and 140 colleges nationwide! Come enjoy his concert on Walker Lawn. In the event of rain, this event will be held in the MUB (34) Ballroom. Sponsored by the Memorial Union Board 9:00 PM–12:00 AM Pulp Fiction in Fisher 135 Come watch the popular cult classic Pulp Fiction with free showings at 9:00 PM and 11:00 PM. Come for the movie and stay for the free popcorn! Sponsored by Film Board/WMTU 10:00 PM–12:00 AM Capture the Flag Entrance to the EERC (7) Join the OTL’s for this campus-wide game of Capture the Flag, played in the dark! What more needs to be said?

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My Schedule for Thursday, August 29 and Friday, August 30 Use this sheet to fill in your schedule for Thursday and Friday, starting with your Day Zero classes (pages 18–19), then choose from the wide range of activities and workshops (pages 20–24) offered throughout both days to fill in some of your free time! ** Directions for printing your schedule and locating course section number are on page 6.

Thursday, August 29

Friday, August 30

8:00–8:30 AM 8:30–9:00 AM 9:00–9:30 AM 9:30–10:00 AM 10:00–10:30 AM 10:30–11:00 AM 11:00–11:30 AM 11:30 AM–12:00 PM 12:00–12:30 PM 12:30–1:00 PM 1:00–1:30 PM 1:30–2:00 PM 2:00–2:30 PM 2:30–3:00 PM 3:00–3:30 PM 3:30–4:00 PM 4:00–4:30 PM

Final Team Meeting Team Meeting Room

4:30–5:00 PM

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Day Zero Wondering what university courses will be like compared to high school? Take advantage of Day Zero by walking through the main portions of your schedule as a first-year student at Michigan Tech over the course of Thursday and Friday. Find out where your classes are, meet your professors, and get a sneak preview of the material you’ll be learning. **Indicates the classroom for your Day Zero course is different than the classroom where your course will take place during the fall semester. Global Issues (UN 1025) UN1025 (All Sections)

Thursday, August 29

2:05–3:25 PM

Fisher (15) 135**

8:05–9:55 AM 8:05–9:55 AM 9:35–10:55 AM 12:35–1:55 PM

Dillman 211 Dillman 208 Dillman 101 Dillman 101

Engineering Problem Solving (ENG 1001) ENG 1001 (L01) ENG 1001 (L02) ENG 1001 (L03) ENG 1001 (L05)

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Engineering Analysis and Problem Solving (ENG 1101) ENG 1101 (L01) ENG 1101 (L02) ENG 1101 (L03) ENG 1101 (L04) ENG 1101 (L05) ENG 1101 (L06) ENG 1101 (L07) ENG 1101 (L08) ENG 1101 (L09) ENG 1101 (L10) ENG 1101 (L11) ENG 1101 (L12) ENG 1101 (L13) ENG 1101 (L15)

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8:05–9:25 AM 9:35–10:55 AM 11:05 AM–12:25 PM 12:35–1:55 PM 2:05–3:25 PM 3:35–4:55 PM 8:05–9:25 AM 9:35–10:55 AM 11:05 AM–12:25 PM 12:35–1:55 PM 2:05–3:25 PM 2:05–3:25 PM 2:05–3:25 PM 8:05–9:25 AM

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Rekhi (28) 215** Fisher (15) 139** Rekhi (28) 215** Fisher (15) 135** Rekhi (28) 215** Dow (8) 641** Rekhi (28) 215** Fisher (15) 135** Fisher (15) 135** Fisher (15) 129**

Math (MA) MA 1030 (R01) MA 1030 (All Sections) MA 1032 (R04) MA 1032 (All Sections) MA 1160 (R05) MA 1160 MA 1161 (R03) MA 1161 (All Sections) MA 2160 (All Sections) MA 3160 (All Sections)

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Chemistry (CH) CH 1000 (R01) CH 1150 (0A) CH 1150 (0B)

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10:05–10:55 AM 10:05–10:55 AM 11:05–11:55 AM

Dow (8) 641 Fisher (15) 135 Fisher (15) 135

Friday, August 30

12:35–1:25 PM

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8:05–8:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 10:05–10:55 AM 10:05–10:55 AM 11:05–11:55 AM 12:05–12:55 PM 1:05–1:55 PM 1:05–1:55 PM 1:05–1:55 PM 2:05–2:55 PM 2:05–2:55 PM 8:05–8:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 8:05–8:55 AM 11:05–11:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM 9:05–9:55 AM

Walker (11) 144 Walker (11) 144 Walker (11) 134** Walker (11) 144 Walker (11) 144** Walker (11) 134** Walker (11) 144 Fisher (15) 139** Fisher (15) 139** Fisher (15) 139** Walker (11) 144 Walker (11) 144** Fisher (15) 126 Fisher (15) 127 Walker (11) 143** Walker (11) 143** Fisher (15) 101 Fisher (15) 101 Fisher (15) 125** Fisher (15) 125** Walker (11) 144 Fisher (15) 129** Fisher (15) 126 Walker (11) 143** Fisher (15) 129** Walker (15) 134 Walker (15) 134 Walker (11) 143 Walker (11) 144 Walker (11) 134 Fisher (15) 127 Fisher (15) 129**

Academic Language and Practice (UN 1012) UN 1012 (All Sections) Composition (UN 1015) UN 1015 (R02) UN 1015 (R03) UN 1015 (R04) UN 1015 (R05) UN 1015 (R06) UN 1015 (R07) UN 1015 (R08) UN 1015 (R09) UN 1015 (R10) UN 1015 (R11) UN 1015 (R12) UN 1015 (R14) UN 1015 (R15) UN 1015 (R16) UN 1015 (R18) UN 1015 (R20) UN 1015 (R21) UN 1015 (R22) UN 1015 (R23) UN 1015 (R24) UN 1015 (R25) UN 1015 (R27) UN 1015 (R29) UN 1015 (R31) UN 1015 (R32) UN 1015 (R33) UN 1015 (R34) UN 1015 (R35) UN 1015 (R36) UN 1015 (R37) UN 1015 (R38) UN 1015 (R39)

**Remember, check your schedule BEFORE leaving for any Day Zero sessions; you only have to go to the sessions you have listed on your schedule.

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Thursday, August 29 Teams 1–36 Academic Success 8:05–9:25 AM Day Zero Classes 9:25 AM–5:00 PM Music, Arts, and Theatre 2:05–2:55 PM

Teams 37–75 Day Zero Classes 8:05 AM–4:55 PM Academic Success 9:35–10:55 AM Music, Arts, and Theatre 3:35–4:25 PM

8:05 AM–4:55 PM Day Zero Classes Wondering what university courses will be like compared to high school? Take advantage of Day Zero by walking through the main portions of your schedule as a first-year student at Michigan Tech. Find out where your classes are, meet your professors, and get a sneak preview of the material you’ll be learning. 8:05–9:25 AM Academic Success (Teams 1–36) Rozsa (10) Theatre Being a student at Michigan Tech is a big responsibility. Susan Liebau, Director of the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success, will talk to you about what it means to be a Michigan Tech student, the importance of academics, and what it takes to be successful in the classroom. Please bring your iclicker with you, if you have one. Please note: If you have class from 8:05–9:25 AM, you should attend the 9:35 session for Academic Success. 9:35–10:55 AM Academic Success (Teams 37–75) Rozsa (10) Theatre Being a student at Michigan Tech is a big responsibility. Susan Liebau, Director of the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success, will talk to you about what it means to be a Michigan Tech student, the importance of academics, and what it takes to be successful in the classroom. Please bring your iclicker with you, if you have one. Please note: If you have class from 9:35–10:55 AM, you should attend the 8:05 session for Academic Success. 11:05–11:55 AM or 12:05–12:55 PM IT Info Session (More fun than it sounds) Fisher (15) 130 This session will outline illegal file sharing, what happens on Michigan Tech’s campus when file sharing occurs, and what happens both at Michigan Tech and with the copyright holder. We will also talk about when you can use files without consequences! 11:05–11:55 AM Study Skills and Time Management Fisher (15) 129 In order to really succeed at Michigan Tech, you need superior time management and study skills. Get the lowdown on how to optimize your time and efforts so that you can make the most of your Michigan Tech education. 12:05–12:55 PM Test Anxiety and Stress Management Fisher (15) 129 To do well at Michigan Tech, you need to learn how to operate smoothly in a very high-stress environment. Attend this session to begin building the skills you need to thrive in a high-stress environment and remain calm and focused while taking important exams or giving class presentations. 12:00–1:30 PM ROTC Barbecue ROTC (4) Front Lawn Stop by anytime to enjoy a barbecue, music, and games sponsored by the Michigan Tech ROTC program. In the event of rain the event will move to the ROTC Gym. 

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12:00–2:00 PM Indoor/Outdoor Games CDI (13) Front Lawn First-year students are invited to join the members of Keweenaw Pride for a little bit of fun. There will be indoor board and card games with air conditioning and snacks, as well as outdoor games and music on the lawn. Sponsored by Keweenaw Pride 1:00–4:00 PM Yard Games Social DHH (31) Lawn Come enjoy the Keweenaw weather and relax with some fun yard games at this social event. There will be different events such as bean bag toss, ladder golf, and frisbee. You will also have a chance to meet members of the Greek community from both sororities and fraternities and socialize with students just like you who are involved on campus. All students are welcome! Sponsored by Order of Omega 2:00–4:00 PM WMTU Station Open House Wadsworth Hall (37) G03 Come check out Michigan Tech’s student-run radio station. You can see what it’s like to be a DJ and learn how you can become a DJ yourself. Sponsored by WMTU 2:05–2:55 PM Music, Arts, and Theatre (Teams 1–36) Rozsa (10) Theatre Did you know you can attend and perform in a variety of musical, theatrical, and other performing groups and ensembles without ever leaving campus? This presentation helps you explore the opportunities that the Rozsa and Visual and Performing Arts department have to offer, and see how they can benefit you while you’re at Tech. 3:35–4:25 PM Music, Arts, and Theatre (Teams 37–75) Rozsa (10) Theatre Did you know you can attend and perform in a variety of musical, theatrical, and other performing groups and ensembles without ever leaving campus? This presentation helps you explore the opportunities that the Rozsa and Visual and Performing Arts department have to offer, and see how they can benefit you while you’re at Tech. 5:00–7:00 PM Water Balloon Toss and T-Shirt Decorating CDI (11) Lawn Interested in joining a women’s organization? Come join the women of the Women’s Leadership Council for some fun with a water balloon toss and t-shirt decorating for the Clothesline Project. Snacks, music, and fun are all included.   Sponsored by Women’s Leadership Council 5:00–8:00 PM SWE Tie Dye Walker (11) Lawn Join members of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for some fun tie-dying and learn a little bit about what SWE has to offer. Free t-shirts and all supplies needed for tie-dying will be provided. However, if you have something you would like to dye, go ahead and bring it. Everyone is welcome! Sponsored by Society of Women Engineers

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6:45–7:45 PM Rain date for Banana Split DHH (31) Front Sidewalk So what if it rained on Tuesday? Get ready for round two and join us for the longest banana split you have ever seen! Imagine nearly 500 feet of ice cream, bananas, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, all topped with cherries— you definitely don’t want to miss this. 7:00–8:00 PM Open House for QCFC Wadsworth (37) QCFC Take some time to learn when and where you can work out in the residence halls with the Quad Core Fitness Club. Members will be around to answer any questions you may have about memberships, when the gym is open, and what equipment they have available. Sponsored by the Quad Core Fitness Club 7:00–8:00 PM Being Christian on Campus DHH (31) Ballroom Learn how you can get involved with a Christian student organization at Tech, and get advice and insight from Christian students on how to live out your faith in college. Sponsored by the Inter Christian Council 7:00–8:00 PM Student Entertainment Board Meeting Chem Sci (19) 102 Michigan Tech offers an array of cultural performances throughout the school year. Get a preview of their schedule by coming to an informative and interactive presentation with Michigan Tech’s Student Entertainment Board. Sponsored by the Student Entertainment Board 8:00–10:00 PM Global Social MUB (34) Ballroom Want to meet people and make friends from across the globe? This event is for you! New international students and anyone interested in learning a new language or studying abroad are invited to join us for an evening of music, fun, food, and friendship. Sponsored by International Programs and Services  8:00–10:00 PM Glow Bowling MUB (34) Bowling Alley Join the Memorial Union Board for glow bowling and billiards. We’ll have music, lights, and snacks throughout the night. Come hear about the exciting plans to renovate the basement, meet members of the Memorial Union Board, and learn about on-campus event programming. It doesn’t cost a dime and it’s sure to be a blast! Sponsored by the MUB Board 9:00–11:00 PM The Big Bang Extravaganza Walker (11) Lawn Join the American Chemical Society students on the front lawn of DHH for an exciting display of pyrotechnic chemistry. Demos include a thermite reaction, hydrogen balloons, a nitrogen cannon, and for the grand finale, a massive sparkler waterfall! Sponsored by American Chemical Society 10:00 PM–12:00 AM MHA Dance McNair Courtyard Grab your new friends and dance the night away under the spotlights. In the event of rain, the dance will be held in the McNair Hall West Lounge. Sponsored by the McNair Hall Association

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Friday, August 30 All Teams Day Zero Classes 8:00 AM–3:25 PM Team Meeting 5 3:30–4:30 PM 8:05 AM–3:25 PM Day Zero Classes Wondering what university courses will be like compared to high school? Take advantage of Day Zero by walking through the main portions of your schedule as a first-year student at Michigan Tech. Find out where your classes are, meet your professors, and get a sneak preview of the material you’ll be learning. 10:00 AM–12:00 PM OAP Paddle Experience Prince’s Point Interested in learning to kayak or stand up paddle board? Sign up to join the Outdoor Adventure Program on the Keweenaw Waterway! Sign up by calling 906-487-2290, emailing OAP@mtu.edu, or stopping in the OAP/ Wellness House (O’Connor House, 22) during business hours (Monday–Friday, 12–5:00 PM). 11:00 AM–1:00 PM Music Instrument and Locker Check-Out Rozsa (10) 208 If you are planning to perform with any of Michigan Tech’s musical ensembles and need an instrument and/or locker, come by to check one out for the year. Instruments are free and there is a $20 fee for annual locker rental (lock included). Sponsored by Huskies Pep Band 11:00 AM–3:00 PM The MindTrekkers Walker (11) Lawn Come out and join Mind Trekkers for some end of summer science fun. We’ll have liquid nitrogen ice cream, giant bubbles, a life-size skeleton photo booth, garbage can explosions, and more! Come see the fun of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and learn about how you could travel across the country with Mind Trekkers. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join us on our mission to get K–12 students excited about learning. Sponsored by Mindtrekkers 12:00–3:00 PM Learn to Row Walker (11) Lawn Join the Michigan Tech Rowing Club for a preview of what it means to be a rower. Check out the boats we use for regattas and see if rowing is something you’d be interested in. Members of the club will be there to answer any and all questions you may have. Sponsored by the Michigan Tech Rowing Club 3:30–4:30 PM Team Meeting 5 In the last official meeting with your team, you’ll learn more about what it means to be a Michigan Tech student. From what it takes to maintain a balance between fun and academics, to all of the different ways to get involved and experience Michigan Tech—your team will discuss many topics related to successfully navigating college life. 4:30–7:00 PM Four Wheelers Cookout Walker (11) Lawn Interested in off-roading or just turning wrenches? Come hang out with the Michigan Tech Four Wheelers for a cookout at Walker Lawn. There will be food and prizes for students if you’re brave enough to try spinning the Wheel of Death. Stop by for your chance at a free spin! Sponsored by the Michigan Tech Four Wheelers

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4:30–8:30 PM Pep Band Camp Part 1 Walker (11) McArdle Theatre If you are musically inclined, join the infamous Huskies Pep Band for a pre-season camp. Dinner will be provided by Mu Beta Psi, Michigan Tech’s music service fraternity. Sponsored by Huskies Pep Band 5:00–7:00 PM Thai Student Games DHH (31) Ballroom Yin Dee Torn Rub Khao Soo Michigan Tech! (Welcome to Michigan Tech). If you want to experience Thai culture and get to know more friends through a lot of fun team games and activities, you should come find us! Sponsored by the Thai Student Association 5:00–8:00 PM WMTU Open House Wadsworth Hall (37) WMTU Come check out Michigan Tech’s student run radio station! You can see what it’s like to be a DJ and learn how to become a DJ yourself! 6:00–7:00 PM and 7:00–8:00 PM Husky Tae Kwon Do SDC (24) Dance Room Husky Tae Kwon Do Club’s orientation practice will help you learn basic Tae Kwon Do techniques and learn about the club and our customs. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you may have. 6:00–7:00 PM Pavlis Institute Orientation Dow (8) 642 Newly accepted members of the Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership are invited to attend this informational session to further explain what the Pavlis Leadership program is all about, introduce new members to the faculty and staff associated with the program, and answer questions about program requirements and the travel experience. In addition, this is a great opportunity to meet other cohort members, many of whom will become lifelong friends after four years of shared coursework and five weeks of travel abroad. 7:00–8:00 PM Honors Orientation Ruppe House (82) New members are invited to attend a short presentation about the Honors Institute. The presentation will cover member requirements, contracts, and the benefits of membership in the institute. In addition, members will play the game, Chaos Baseball, invented in the past by one of the Honors Institute members. Attendance required by the Honors Institute 7:00–8:00 PM Volleyball Captain’s Meeting Fisher (15) 125 The volleyball tournament will be held on Sunday, September 1, at the sand courts by the softball fields past the SDC. If you want to play, make sure to send a team representative. Your team will not be allowed to participate if you do not send a team captain to this meeting. Sign up to participate Monday–Wednesday at event sign-up during dinner in the dining halls. Sponsored by the Men’s Volleyball Club 8:00–9:00 PM Craig Karges Rozsa (10) Theatre Be amazed by Craig Karges and the fantastic display of illusions and total audience participation he uses to create extraordinary phenomena. Karges has been featured on a number of TV shows including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Larry King Live, and shows on E! Entertainment Television.

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9:00 PM–12:00 AM Film Board in Fisher 135 Come watch a popular film with a free showing at 9:00 PM. Come for the movie and stay for the free popcorn! Sponsored by Film Board and WMTU

Welcome Week You’ve registered for classes and met lots of new people. Now what? It’s time for Welcome Week 2013! Every year, new and returning students are welcomed back to campus with this annual tradition that gets everyone in the Husky spirit. Welcome Week is an on-campus experience that kickstarts every fall semester. This tradition complements the Orientation experience and provides opportunities to enhance academic and personal success. In between classes and doing homework, the week is jam-packed with social activities, food, entertainment, and much more! Welcome Week is funded through your Student Activity Fee and the generous support of sponsors.

Saturday, August 31 9:00–11:00 AM Pep Band Camp Part II Walker (11) McArdle Theatre If you are musically inclined, join the Huskies Pep Band for our pre-season camp part 2. Sponsored by Huskies Pep Band 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Service Opportunity: Hungarian Falls Nature Area MUB (34) Front Entrance Help maintain and construct trails at this local natural icon. After a hugely successful public campaign to protect the upper Hungarian Falls from private development, the Keweenaw Land Trust is now working to improve the site for the public to enjoy. Volunteer work will likely include trail building, trash pickup, and invasive species monitoring. (Free to students, ticket required) Sponsored by the Keweenaw Land Trust 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Service Opportunity: Paavola Wetlands Preserve MUB (34) Front Entrance The Keweenaw Land Trust owns and manages an expansive wetland along US-41 between Hancock and Calumet. The area has a number of walking trails and a historic farmstead, as well as beaver dams and a large pond that is home to abundant wildlife. Volunteers will help reclaim a heritage apple orchard once used by the early settlers over 100 years ago that has been swallowed by the encroaching forest. (Free to students, ticket required. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Keweenaw Land Trust 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Service Opportunity: Pilgrim River Watershed Project MUB (34) Front Entrance The Copper Country chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Keweenaw Land Trust are working with a number of other local organizations and landowners to help keep hundreds of acres of hardwood forest and three miles of the Pilgrim River open to the public for recreational use. Volunteers will help remove invasive species and expand the project area’s top-notch hiking and mountain biking trails. (Free to students, ticket required. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Keweenaw Land Trust

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10:00 AM–4:00 PM Aquanauts Scuba MUB (34) Front Entrance Are you a certified scuba diver? Come explore Lake Superior with the Michigan Tech Aquanauts! We have a fully equipped dive room with gear for members (membership included with this trip). If you are not a certified diver but would like to be, we offer certification classes at the end of September. Contact Jason Jakary (jrjakary@mtu.edu) for more information. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by Aquanauts 10:00 AM–4:00 PM Habitat for Humanity Community Service Trip MUB (34) Front Entrance Come volunteer with Copper Country Habitat for Humanity this weekend and work on building simple, decent, and affordable housing for those in need. The build will be in Calumet and consists of working on the interior of the house, including installing cabinets and putting in trimming. This event will be limited to ten students and lunch will be provided. (Free to students, ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Habitat for Humanity student organization 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Service Opportunity: Hancock Beach Cleanup MUB (34) Front Entrance Come help Circle K, one of Michigan Tech’s service organizations, clean up Hancock Beach and the surrounding park area. Afterwards, we will be having a BBQ to hang out and celebrate our hard work. If you want to get involved with the local community, the campus community, or just make friends, come join us as we do our part to better the world. Transportation is provided along with work gloves; bringing your own gloves is encouraged. All you have to do is show up expecting to have some fun! (Free to students, ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Circle K Club 11:00 AM–3:00 PM An Afternoon on the Town Downtown Houghton Join the Resident Assistants, Commuter Assistants, OTLs, and other students in a fun-filled day discovering the city of Houghton. Meet your RA or CA at a pre-determined location to walk downtown along College Avenue. Businesses from around the city and in the area will be offering specials for Michigan Tech students. Visit participating businesses to be entered in a prize drawing! 1:00–5:00 PM 3v3 Tournament SDC Soccer Fields Come play in a 3v3 Soccer Tournament with the men’s and women’s club soccer teams. It is free to play, you are guaranteed two games, and the champion will receive a free pizza. Sponsored by the Michigan Tech Soccer Club 12:00–4:00 PM Experience the Michigan Tech Paintball Club MUB (34) Front Entrance Experience paintball with Michigan Tech’s students! Come out to meet the members of the Michigan Tech Paintball Club and play a few exciting rounds with other incoming students. There will be both speedball and woods ball games played in a recreational format. Guns and masks are provided, but bring your own equipment if you have it. The fee covers transportation, 500 rounds of paint, equipment use, and a snack. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Michigan Tech Paintball Club

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12:00–4:00 PM Experience the Tech Trails Lot 15 Come on up and get to know the Tech Trails with members of the Copper Country Cycling Club. If you like mountain biking and want to get some riding in before classes start, bring your bike and helmet up to the trails and have some fun. Please remember that a helmet is required to ensure your safety. Don’t have your own bike? No worries! Mountain bikes can be rented through the Outdoor Adventure Program for a nominal fee. All skill levels are welcome. (Free to students, ticket required) Sponsored by the Copper Country Cycling Club 12:00–4:00 PM Service Opportunity: Little Brothers Community Service Trip MUB (34) Front Entrance Join us as we help the elderly with a community service project for the Little Brothers organization. (Free to students, ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by Little Brothers: Friends of the Elderly 12:00–5:00 PM Service Opportunity: Copper Country Humane Society Meet at Tech Trails Are you a pet lover? Come help out the Copper Country Humane Society by walking dogs and petting cats. Take an hour out of your busy Orientation Week to relax and have some fun with animals. Limit 15 people per one hour session. (Free to students, ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Copper Country Humane Society 2:00–4:00 PM Service Opportunity: The Bluffs Community Service Trip MUB (34) Front Entrance Do you like to play board games? What about helping the elderly? Join us as we visit the residents of The Bluffs retirement home and bring some pep to their step. (Free to students, ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by The Bluffs Retirement Community 10:00 PM–12:00 AM Comedian Michael Palascak Rozsa Theatre Make sure you join us for a night of laughs as Late Night Programming brings comedian Michael Palascak to the Rozsa Center. Michael has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

Sunday, September 1 8:00 AM–6:00 PM Adventure Mine Exploration MUB (34) Front Entrance Take a trip into the past by visiting the Adventure Mine in Greenland, MI. After a tour of the mine, enjoy local pasties. After lunch, the group will complete the three mile round-trip hike to Silver Mountain and Sturgeon Falls. Depending on weather, students may have the option to swim near the falls. Bring sturdy hiking boots or shoes, swimsuit, towel, water bottle, and a jacket. Your fee covers admission to the mine, transportation, and breakfast and lunch. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) 8:00 AM–4:00 PM Hiking and Kayaking in Copper Harbor OAP House Enjoy kayaking on beautiful Lake Superior followed with a hike. The fee covers all meals and snacks, transportation, and kayak rentals. Plan to bring your own personal water bottle, insect repellent, sunscreen, jacket, swimsuit, and towel. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Co-sponsored by the Outdoor Adventure Program

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8:00 AM–Overnight Sylvania Wilderness Area Canoe Trip OAP House Share an adventure with other incoming first-years and make a bond with a group of students right off the bat while visiting the rustic Sylvania Wilderness Area. With almost 19,000 acres of pristine natural growth pines, 34 named lakes, and sandy beaches, this area provides a rare glimpse of nature at its finest. Spend a fun-filled weekend canoeing, hiking, swimming, and camping. The fee covers transportation, park admission, canoe rental, and food. Some camping experience is suggested, as the camping will be very rustic. Some gear is available to rent at the OAP; see www.oap.mtu.edu. For more info about the Sylvania Wilderness Area, please visit: www.fs.fed.us/r9/ ottawa/recreation/wilderness. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) 8:45 AM–5:00 PM Porcupine Mountain Day Trip OAP House Connect with other first-year students and enjoy a day outside at this magnificent state park. This day trip gives you the chance to explore Lake of the Clouds, one of the most scenic parts of the nearly 60,000 acres of the Porcupine Mountains just outside of Ontonagon. Over 100 miles of trails curve throughout a vast area of undeveloped wilderness, revealing breathtaking views, waterfalls, and wildlife. Plan to bring your own water bottle, insect repellent, and wear sturdy hiking shoes or boots. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) 10:00 AM–4:00 PM Volleyball Tournament SDC Sand Volleyball Courts Bump, set, spike! Get ready to take a dive into this intense volleyball tournament. If you are pre-registered, get ready to serve. Sign up to play during event sign-up on Monday–Wednesday during dinner in the dining halls. Remember, you must have sent a team captain to the captain’s meeting on Friday to be able to play. The top two teams will receive prizes. Sponsored by the Men’s Volleyball Club 12:00–4:00 PM Experience the Michigan Tech Paintball Club MUB (34) Front Entrance Experience paintball with some of Michigan Tech’s students! Come out to meet the members of the Michigan Tech Paintball Club and play a few exciting rounds with other incoming students. There will be both speedball and woods ball games played in a recreational format. Guns and masks are provided, but bring your own equipment if you have it. The fee covers transportation, 500 rounds of paint, equipment use, and a snack. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) 1:00–5:00 PM Foundry Fun Day Sand casting (1:00–5:00 PM) M&M (12) Front of the Graduate Building This session will introduce you to sand casting, one of the methods used to make metallic objects. This is a hands-on workshop: you will make and take home an aluminum replica of one of many interesting patterns. We also encourage you to bring simple objects to cast (single-piece plastic toys, apples, bowls, etc.) Cost is $5. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Blacksmithing (1:00–3:00 PM and 3:00–5:00 PM) M&M (12) Front of the Graduate Building This session will introduce you to blacksmithing, a traditional way to make metallic objects. This is a hands-on workshop; you will be using a hammer and anvil to create your own custom object. You will have the option of making a decorative candle holder or a camping fork. Cost is $5. (Ticket required to attend. Get one at the Michigan Tech Box Office in the SDC (24)) Sponsored by the Advanced Metalworking Enterprise

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2:00–4:00 PM Ultimate Frisbee with DiscoTech SDC (24) Sherman Field Stop by and play a game of ultimate frisbee with DiscoTech! 2:00–4:00 PM Frisbockey SDC (24) Sherman Field Join the Frisbockey Club for their fun combination of Ultimate Frisbee and hockey! 8:00–10:00 PM Broomball SDC (24) John MacInnes Student Ice Arena Check out the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena and play some drop-in broomball. Please note: Waivers must be signed and helmets worn when playing broomball!

Monday, September 2 10:30 AM–5:00 PM Schoolyard Olympics DHH (31) Lawn Do you think your house is the best house of all three residence halls? Play against more than sixty other houses in the annual Schoolyard Olympics! Challenges will include an obstacle course, water-balloon toss, steal the bacon, and other playground classics. There will be a sidewalk chalk competition starting at 10:30 AM. Sign up with your RA to compete for trophies and the title Champion of the Residence Halls!

Tuesday, September 3 8:00 AM Classes Start Get ready to head out to your first day of classes for the semester! Establish good habits early by using a time management system, keeping up with your course work, and attending every class. Keep the resources you learned about during Orientation in mind should you have any concerns. 11:00 AM, while supplies last Back to School Binders MUB (34) Circle Receive a complimentary binder with information on Welcome Week events, discounts from the University bookstore, and academic information from the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success as you begin your first day of the 2013 fall semester.

Wednesday, September 4 8:30 AM, while supplies last Snack Break MUB (34) Circle Grab a complimentary snack to get your day started off right! 10:00 AM–4:00 PM American Red Cross Blood Drive Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) Reading Room The American Red Cross will be collecting blood on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Those eligible to donate must be in good health, at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, and have not donated in the last 56 days. 5:00–8:00 PM OAP and Wellness Expo Prince’s Point Stop by for your chance to grab some picnic food (while supplies last), play some games, and see a variety of watercraft demonstrations.

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Thursday, September 5 10:00 AM–4:00 PM American Red Cross Blood Drive Van Pelt and Opie Library (17) Reading Room The American Red Cross will be collecting blood on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Those eligible to donate must be in good health, at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, and have not donated in the last 56 days.

Friday, September 6 12:00–4:00 PM K-Day McLain State Park K-Day, short for Keweenaw Day, is a longstanding tradition at Michigan Tech. Learn how to become involved in a student organization that matches your interests by exploring the many booths across the lawn, playing an array of different games, and enjoying lunch! Hosted by Greek Life and Student Activities 5:00–8:00 PM MindTrekkers Demonstrations and Reception Fisher (15) 139 Witness road show events that uncover the mysteries of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for students.

Mid-September Orientation Pulse Meeting This session covers topics like academic standards and satisfactory academic progress. You will receive an email with more information as the date nears. You must attend one of these sessions; to make alternative arrangements if you are not able to be present, please contact the Waino Wahtera Center for Student Success by emailing success@mtu.edu, or calling 906-487-3558.

Dining Hall Hours Saturday, August 24 9:00–10:30 AM 10:30 AM–1:30 PM 4:00–6:00 PM

Continental Brunch Dinner

Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall

Continental Brunch Family Picnic

Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall Walker Lawn (Dining halls closed)

Sunday, August 25 9:00–10:30 AM 10:30 AM–1:30 PM 4:00–6:00 PM

Monday, August 26–Friday, August 30 7:00–9:00 AM 11:00 AM–1:00 PM 4:00–6:00 PM

Breakfast Lunch Dinner

All dining halls All dining halls Wadsworth Hall, McNair Hall

Saturday, August 31–Sunday, September 1 10:00 AM–1:00 PM 4:00–6:00 PM

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Brunch Dinner

Wadsworth Hall Wadsworth Hall

Team Meeting Rooms Team Room 1 MEEM 112 2 MEEM 112 3 MEEM 111 4 M&M U111 5 M&M U113 6 Chem Sci 101 7 Chem Sci 102 8 Chem Sci 104A 9 Chem Sci 104B 10 Chem Sci 106 11 Chem Sci 211 12 Dillman 202 13 Dillman 204 14 Dillman 214 15 Dillman 320 16 MUB Peninsula Room A 17 EERC 100 18 EERC 214 19 EERC 216 20 EERC 218 21 EERC 226 22 EERC 227 23 EERC 313 24 EERC 103 25 Dow 642 26 MEEM 302 27 MEEM 303 28 MEEM 402 29 MEEM 403 30 MEEM 405 31 MEEM 406 32 EERC 314 33 EERC 315 34 M&M U205 35 Dow 632 36 Fisher 101 37 Fisher 125 38 Fisher 126

Team Room 39 Fisher 127 40 Fisher 131 41 Fisher 132 42 Fisher 133 43 Fisher 138 44 Fisher 139 45 Fisher 325 46 Fisher 326 47 Fisher 328 48 Fisher 329 49 MUB Peninsula Room B 50 MEEM 504 51 Forestry G002 52 Forestry 143 53 MUB Alumni Lounge A 54 MUB Alumni Lounge A 55 EERC 316 56 Chem Sci 208 57 Chem Sci 215 58 Dillman 101 59 EERC 103 60 Dillman 208 61 Rehki 214 62 Rehki G009 63 Fisher 129 64 Fisher 130 65 Walker 109 66 Walker 143 67 Walker 144 68 Walker 210 69 Wads Cherry Room 70 MEEM 208 71 Fisher 230 72 Fisher 231 73 Rozsa 120 74 Dow 641 75 ROTC 201

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Academic Department Introduction Monday, August 26 10:00–11:30 AM Major

Location

Accounting Anthropology Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences Applied Geophysics Applied Physics Audio Production and Technology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology—Biology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology—Chemistry Bioinformatics Biological Sciences Biological Sciences—Pre-Professional Biomedical Engineering Business Administration Chemical Engineering Chemistry Cheminformatics Civil Engineering Clinical Lab Sciences Communication, Culture, and Media Computer Engineering Computer Network and System Administration Computer Science Computer Systems Science Construction Management Economics Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Technology Engineering Management Engineering Technology Environmental Engineering Exercise Science Finance Forestry General Engineering General Science and Arts Geological Engineering Geology Health and Physical Education Humanities Industrial Technology Liberal Arts—English Liberal Arts—History Management Management Information Systems Marketing Materials Science and Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Operations and Systems Management Pharmaceutical Chemistry Physics Psychology Scientific and Technical Communication Social Sciences Software Engineering Sound Design Surveying Engineering Theatre and Electronic Media Performance Theatre and Entertainment Technology Wildlife Ecology and Management

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Dow (8) 642 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge Forestry (18) G002 Dow (8) 632 Fisher (15) 231 Walker (11) 210 MEEM (20) 111 Chem Sci (19) 211 MEEM (20) 111 MEEM (20) 111 MEEM (20) 111 Fisher (15) 138 Dow (8) 642 EERC (7) 103 Chem Sci (19) 211 Chem Sci (19) 211 M&M (15) U115 MEEM (20) 111 Walker (11) 134 MUB (34) Ballroom A EERC (7) 100 Fisher (15) 139 Fisher (15) 139 EERC (7) 100 Dow (8) 642 MUB (34) Ballroom A EERC (7) 100 Dow (8) 642 EERC (7) 100 M&M (12) U115 Fisher (15) 326 Dow (8) 642 Forestry (18) G002 Fisher (15) 135 Walker (11) 134 Dow (8) 632 Dow (8) 632 Fisher (15) 326 Walker (11) 134 EERC (7) 100 Walker (11) 134 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge Dow (8) 642 Dow (8) 642 Dow (8) 642 M&M (12) 607 Fisher (15) 125 Rozsa (10) Theatre EERC (7) 100 Dow (8) 642 Chem Sci (19) 211 Fisher (15) 231 Chem Sci (19) 215 Walker (11) 134 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge Fisher (15) 139 Walker (11) 210 EERC (7) 100 Walker (11) 210 Walker (11) 210 Forestry (18) G002

Academic Advising Meeting Monday, August 26, 1:00–3:00 PM

Major Location Accounting Anthropology Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences Applied Geophysics Applied Physics Audio Production and Technology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology—Biology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology—Chemistry Bioinformatics Biological Sciences Biological Sciences—Pre-Professional Biomedical Engineering Business Administration Chemical Engineering Chemistry Cheminformatics Civil Engineering Clinical Lab Sciences Communication, Culture, and Media Computer Engineering Computer Network and System Administration Computer Science Computer Systems Science Construction Management Economics Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Technology Engineering Management Engineering Technology Environmental Engineering Exercise Science Finance Forestry General Engineering General Science and Arts Geological Engineering Geology Health and Physical Education Humanities Industrial Technology Liberal Arts—English Liberal Arts—History Management Management Information Systems Marketing Materials Science and Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Operations and Systems Management Pharmaceutical Chemistry Physics Psychology Scientific and Technical Communication Social Sciences Software Engineering Sound Design Surveying Engineering Theatre and Electronic Media Performance Theatre and Entertainment Technology Wildlife Ecology and Management

MEEM (20) 112 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge Forestry (18) G002 Dow (8) 632 Fisher (15) 326 Walker (11) 210 Dow (8) 642 Chem Sci (19) 211 Dow (8) 642 Dow (8) 642 Dow (8) 642 Fisher (15) 138 MEEM (20) 112 Fisher (15) 139 Chem Sci (19) 211 Chem Sci (19) 211 EERC (7) 103 Dow (8) 642 Rekhi (28) G009 MUB (34) Ballroom A EERC (7) 330 EERC (7) 100 EERC (7) 100 EERC (7) 314 MEEM (20) 112 MUB (34) Ballroom A EERC (7) 316 MEEM (20) 112 EERC (7) 313 EERC (7) 103 Fisher (15) 101 MEEM (20) 112 Forestry (18) G002 M&M (12) U115 Rekhi (28) 214 Dow (8) 632 Dow (8) 632 Fisher (15) 101 M&M (12) U113 EERC (7) 313 M&M (12) U113 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge MEEM (20) 112 MEEM (20) 112 MEEM (20) 112 M&M (12) 607 Fisher (15) 325 Fisher (15) 135 EERC (7) 313 MEEM (20) 112 Chem Sci (19) 211 Fisher (15) 326 Chem Sci (19) 215 Walker (11) 134 MUB (34) Alumni Lounge EERC (7) 100 Walker (11) 210 EERC (7) 315 Walker (11) 210 Walker (11) 210 Forestry (18) G002

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Saturday, August 31, 2013 11:00AM-3:00PM Michigan Tech, along with local businesses and organizations,

welcomes you to Houghton with an event that is both fun and informative.

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Take a stroll with your fellow students from campus, down College Avenue, and through downtown Houghton visiting tables with information, special offers, giveaways, food, and more!

D AT E ! For more information: Student Activities activities@mtu.edu 906-487-1963 Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer. Photo Courtesy Michigan Tech Archives


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