The Colleges of Computing and Engineering invite the campus community to a series of lectures by candidates for open faculty positions in the computing disciplines.
The first lecture in the series will take place Monday, February 3, 2020, at 3:00 p.m., in EERC 214. Candidate Jean Hardy will present, “What does community-driven technological development look like in rural Michigan?”
All students are invited and welcome to attend this event and all the lectures in this series. For more information please see the attached flyer.Download
More information about candidate Jean Hardy can be found here: https://blogs.mtu.edu/computing/2020/01/27/faculty-candidate-jean-hardy-to-present-lecture-feb-3/
More information about the faculty search can be found here: https://www.mtu.edu/computing/about/employment/job-openings/
The Pavlis Honors College is hosting this spring’s Undergraduate Research Symposium on Friday, March 27 in the Rozsa Lobby from 11am-2 pm
Please see attached flyer for more information. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.Download
Paul Doskey, a professor from the CFRES at Michigan Tech, will be speaking in our bio. sci. seminar series on
Thursday January 30th from 3:00-4:00 PM in GLRC 202.
Dr. Doskey will be presenting his seminar on, “Molecular Biogeochemistry of Soil Organic Matter.” I have attached a flyer with more information.Download