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    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…


    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…


    Leidos Gift Equips EET, MET Lab with State-of-the-Art Learning Tools

    Leidos representatives Matthew Luttinen, Jessica Hutchings, Kate Nowosad, Dale Rimmey, and Mike Cooney It was five years ago, in 2015, when Leidos and Michigan Tech representatives started talking about equipping the Electrical Machinery and Controls Lab with new Amatrol learning stations. It took some time, but in 2018 a generous gift from Leidos got things…


    The Gift of Computing

    What’s your favorite thing to do on a Saturday? Huskies teach kids to code and senior citizens to surf the Internet. By Cyndi Perkins, University Marketing and Communications Through the years and across generations, Huskies help their neighbors navigate the digital universe. In the season of giving, drop in on two volunteer programs that benefit…


    Nathir Rawashdeh To Present Talk Fri., Dec. 6

    Nathir Rawashdeh Nathir Rawashdeh, College of Computing Assistant Professor of Mechatronics, Electrical, and Robotics Engineering Technology, will present a talk this Friday, December 6, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., in Rekhi 214. Rawashdeh will present a review of recent advancements in Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) applications, hardware, and software with a focus on vehicle localization and…