Huskies basketball student-athlete Isaac Appleby, a junior in the Computer Science program at Michigan Tech, was recently named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honor Court. The accolade highlights the talents and gifts that the men’s basketball players possess on the court, and the hard work they exhibit in the classroom, according to . . .
By Glen Archer, Interim Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Roger cared deeply for his students, his family, and his profession. I think that may be the source we can draw upon to comfort our own sense of sadness and grief. The impact he had on hundreds of lives will shine on. Professor Roger . . .
Michigan Tech was listed #17 among public institutions on the “The top 50 U.S. colleges that pay off the most in 2020,” published by CNBC. CNBC Make It wants to help people get smarter about they you earn, save and spend money, according to their website. The website focuses on success, money, work and life, . . .
The Institute of Computing and Cybersystems has announced the addition of a new research center, the Computing Education Center. Professor Yu Cai, Applied Computing, is director of the new center. “The Computing Education Center promotes research and learning activities related to computing education,” says Cai. “It is bringing together researchers and practitioners to foster collaborations . . .
The Michigan Tech Vice President for Research office has announced the Spring 2020 Research Excellence Fund (REF) awards. Among the recipients is Assistant Professor Weihua Zhou, Applied Computing/Health Informatics, who received a Portage Health Foundation Research Seed Grant. Zhou’s areas of expertise include image processing and computer vision, machine learning, medical image analysis, health informatics, . . .
Dear Computing Alumni and Friends, This has been a tumultuous time for our society and for the Michigan Tech family. As the implications of COVID have unfolded, our College of Computing teams have strategized and adapted to do things differently/better with fewer resources. As our country has grappled with racism, we have leveraged this to . . .