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    Summer Youth Programs (SYP): Topics in Computing

    With extensive safety planning and health precautions underway, Michigan Tech Summer Youth Programs plans to offer in-person programs for summer 2021. Programs run weekly from June 21-August 7, 2021. Registration is now open for 2021 Summer Youth Programs. Many classes are already full, but there are plenty more to choose from Interested in computing-related classes?…


    Problem Solved: NSBE outreach continues despite pandemic

    From The Mining Journal, Marquette, MI, March 11, 2021 Read the original article here. HOUGHTON — A dedicated group of Michigan Tech students is spending the university’s Spring Break virtually showing students the benefits of science and technology education, according to a release from the university. For the 10th straight year, members of Michigan Technological University’s…


    Michigan Tech’s NSBE Student Chapter Will Reach 1850 Grade 7-12 Students (Virtually!)

    Subject: National Society of Black Engineers Michigan Tech’s NSBE Student Chapter Will Reach 1850 Gr. 7-12 Students (Virtually!) in Detroit during 10th Annual Alternative Spring Break Eleven members of Michigan Technological University’s student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Pre-College Initiative (PCI) will present to EVERY middle & high school science class…


    EET Motorized Swing Senior Project: The Students

    Read Part I of this article: EET Senior Design Project to Help Child Rest Easy by Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing Four senior-level Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) students are working on a Senior Design project with an altruistic focus, designing and producing a motorized swing set that will help a disabled child…


    Student Town Hall Meetings Scheduled for Feb. 23 and Feb. 25

    College of Computing Dean Dennis Livesay will host two 60-minute virtual Town Hall meetings for College undergraduate and graduate students on February 23 and February 25, 2021. At the Town Hall meetings, student are invited to share with Dean Livesay their thoughts and input about the College, curriculum, degree programs, departments, and other topics of…