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 . . .
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 . . .
You are invited to spend one-zero-one-zero—that is, ten—minutes with Dr. Dennis Livesay on Wednesday, February 17, from 5:30 to 5:40 p.m. EST. Dr. Livesay is the Dave House Dean of Computing and a professor in the Department of Applied Computing. In this informal discussion, Dean Livesay will talk about his journey from chemist to engineer . . .
“My goal — nay our goal — is to make the College of Computing a place where everyone feels welcome and can thrive. And admittedly, I don’t know how to do that, which is why I am asking for your help.” Dean Livesay Dean Dennis Livesay wants to hear your story. What has your experience . . .
by Center for Educational Outreach Since 1972, Summer Youth Programs (SYP) at Michigan Tech has offered students in grades 6-11 a variety of hands-on explorations in engineering, science, technology, computer science, business, design, and the humanities. From college and career discovery to academic immersion, SYP is a fantastic mini college experience that packs a ton . . .