At its regular meeting on Dec. 9, Michigan Technological University’s Board of Control voted unanimously to extend the contract of President Glenn D. Mroz for two years.
Testifying before the Michigan House and Senate subcommittees on higher education in Lansing this week, Michigan Tech President Glenn Mroz painted a promising picture of the relationship between universities and a robust economy. But, Mroz said, there is a stunning disconnect between the state university’s growth and its state support.
State budget reductions proposed last week by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder could cost Michigan Technological University more than $10 million, President Glenn Mroz told the University’s Board of Control at its regular meeting in Houghton Thursday. Mroz reassured them, however, that Michigan Tech is prepared to respond without sacrificing the university’s core values or strategic goals.
Saturday, it was uppen attem for a 7:30 a.m. breakfast with Glenn Mroz, Michigan Tech’s personable president, and David Reed, its vice president for research, at the Finnish-themed Suomi restaurant (pannukakku, the Finnish pancake! Finnish French toast […]