Category: Students of CS

YEAH Youth Conference: Call for Abstracts

by Sarah Green, Chemistry Michigan Tech is co-sponsoring the spring virtual global conference of the Youth Environmental Alliance in Higher Education (YEAH) on April 21. Abstracts will be accepted until March 22. Environmental Conservation, Sustainability and Equity in 2021: A YEAH Youth Conference is the third Global Virtual Conference hosted by the YEAH. It is . . .

Applications are Open for Undergraduate Research Internship Program (URIP)

by Pavlis Honors College The Pavlis Honors College is accepting applications to the Undergraduate Research Internship Program (URIP) for the 2021-2022 academic year. The internship program will run from September through mid-April and is open to any undergraduate student on campus with an identified faculty research mentor. Faculty and students who are already working together . . .

Visit with Dean Livesay … In Person!

Dr. Livesay’s drop-in office hours are canceled until next August. If you’d like to reach the dean, please email him at dlivesay@mtu.edu Have a fantastic summer! College of Computing Dean Dennis Livesay holds open drop-in office hours every Friday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., when classes are in session. And starting Friday, March 19, you . . .

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 . . .