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    Michigan Tech Ranks 22nd in “Cyber Power” Top 100

    NCL Logo Twenty-one Michigan Tech students on three teams finished the spring 2020 semester with impressive success at a recent National Cybersecurity League (NCL) competition. All three teams ranked in the top 100, out of 925 teams nationwide. Assistant Professor Bo Chen, Computer Science, is the faculty advisor to the teams. Michigan Tech’s overall “Cyber…


    Computing Convocation Honors 109 Grads

    The College of Computing presented a Convocation Ceremony on May 1, 2020, to honor and recognize Spring and Summer 2020 graduates. At the virtual event, undergraduate student achievement awards were announced, graduates were congratulated, and faculty and staff congratulatory videos were viewed. Michigan Tech Computer Science alumnus Brian VanVoorst ’93 presented the Convocation address. VanVoorst…


    Computing Students Participate in DesignExpo 2020

    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…


    Stay Home. Stay Safe. Stay in Touch.

    Dear College of Computing Students, Families, and Friends: In all our daily tasks and interactions, Michigan Tech and the College of Computing remain closely focused on delivering to you the best possible educational experience; we are also mindful of your over-all health and well being. We wish to do as much as we possibly can…


    Welcome to Spring 2020 Preview Day!

    Welcome prospective students and friends and families! The Michigan Tech College of Computing is pleased to welcome you to Spring 2020 Preview Day. Since you’re at home instead of on campus, we’ve prepared a special video to share with you today. Well, actually our academic advisor Kay Oliver produced the video. Thanks, Kay! (Scroll down…


    Todd Arney Receives Elite New Teaching Award

    The Office of the Provost and the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning have announced that Todd Arney, lecturer in the College of Computing’s Department of Applied Computing, is one of four instructors who will receive The Provost’s Award for Sustained Teaching Excellence, a new teaching award that celebrates the work of individuals…