Husky Game Development (HGD), a student Enterprise focused on video game development, won Honorable Mention accolades at Michigan Tech’s Design Expo 2020, presented virtually this April. The HGD winning project, “Lost in Mazie Mansion,” is a 2D mystery-puzzle game. To win, you’ll need the help of Mazie. But you’ll have to play by the house’s . . .
The College of Computing’s Health Informatics graduate program recently announced the addition of stackable graduate certificates in two high-growth areas: the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Certificate and the Security and Privacy in Healthcare Certificate. Designed for working professionals, as well as full-time students, the new certificates can be completed entirely online using a rich learning . . .
College of Computing students participated widely at Michigan Tech’s Design Expo 2020, which was held virtually in April. Participating Enterprise Teams included Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE), IT Oxygen, and Husky Game Development. College Senior Design Teams developed a cybersecurity “Penetration Testing Course,”a “Cloud Computing Cost Analysis,” and an “Automated Distributed Configuration Management Systems.” See . . .
The College of Computing is pleased to announce the hiring of six new faculty members. They will all start at Michigan Tech this fall. Briana Bettin, Computer Science and Cognitive Learning Sciences, will teach computing education courses. Bettin’s research interests span education, experiential design, and human factors. She completed her Ph.D. at Michigan Tech this . . .