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Platinum Sponsors: Supporters of PTS who have donated 800+ dollars.
Maize Sponsors: Supporters of PTS who have donated 500+ dollars.
Blue Sponsors: Supporters of PTS who have donated 300+ dollars.

For more information on the benefits of sponsorship and the differentiations between sponsorship levels, please see our Sponsorship Form [PDF].

If you'd like to sponsor a meeting or donate to PTS, please contact a member of the Executive Board (pts-bigwigs@umich.edu), or send your donation to Pi Tau Sigma 2250 GG Brown 2350 Hayward Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125.


Dear PTS alumnus,
Hello, my name is Yifeng Tang and I am the Alumni Chair for Pi Tau Sigma (PTS) at the University of Michigan. As a member of PTS yourself you may remember that each Wednesday night during the Fall and Winter semesters we hold a meeting. This is an open invitation for you to speak at one of our weekly meetings as a representative of your respective company. Our meetings are held on Wednesday's from 7-8PM each semester.

Typically, industry and company representatives come and speak to our student chapter on a variety of topics, such as job placement, engineering opportunities, job advice and strategies, project management, team planning, business in engineering, sales, and of course technical areas and fields the company specializes in. The company not only gets good exposure, but students learn more about the company and develop good relationships in the future. Students are exposed to real-world applications.

At our weekly meetings, we hope students gain knowledge and information not available in the classroom. If you or anyone else in your company is interested in speaking to our student chapter, please contact me as soon as possible, so you can reserve a convenient date. Also, we provide a free meal of pizza and pop at our meetings to members and I encourage you to help us continue to offer this by providing a donation. The cost of the meetings vary but I suggest a donation of $350. The free meal helps to encourage a large turnout for meetings and will get your company better exposure. If you have any questions please e-mail me at yifeng@umich.edu.

Thank you! Sincerely,
Yifeng Tang
PTS Alumni Chair


Maps of Ann Arbor and Directions to GG Brown:

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Directions to the University of Michigan

Above is an area map of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. If you are coming from the north or south via US-23, it is best to get off at Plymouth Rd. following the signs toward Ann Arbor (you should pass the Holiday Inn on your left and just after that, Green Rd.). If you are using M-14, it is best to get off at Main St. (the exit sign will say Ann Arbor Downtown) just as you are about to cross or after you crossed (depending on which direction you're coming from) the bridge over the Huron River.

From US-23, Plymouth Rd.

If you've exited onto Plymouth Rd. from US-23, you'll turn left onto Murfin (you'll see the University of Michigan, North Campus sign). Turn left onto Hayward. The second parking lot is where you'll want to enter. There will be visitor parking spots.

From M-14, Main St.

If you are coming from Main St., it is best to turn left onto Depot (just before the first light after you get off M-14).Depot will turn into a brick road for a stretch and then it will dead end into Fuller Rd. Turn left onto Fuller Rd.Continue down Fuller past the UM hospital (right side). You'll come to an intersection just past a set of recreational fields (right side). Turn left at the light (you'll see a University of Michigan, North Campus sign).Straight ahead is Bonisteel and to the left is Murfin. Turn left onto Murfin. Turn right onto Hayward. The second parking lot on the right is the parking lot you want. There will be visitor parking spots.