Also part of the Winter WonderHack, the Michigan Tech RedTeam is running a Capture the Flag cybersecurity competition. The competition is designed to appeal to both beginners and the more experienced competitors. Everyone is welcome, especially undergraduates. About the Winter WonderHack WHAT DO I DO? Whatever you can dream up! A hackathon; A makeathon; an . . .
Congratulations to College of Computing grad student Bernard Kluskens, Cybersecurity, and senior Robbie Watling, Computer Science, who are among 18 Michigan Tech students recognized on the 2019 GLIAC Men’s Cross Country All-Academic Excellence Team. https://www.gliac.org/general_news/2019-20/Fall_2019_Academic_Teams/GLIAC_Fall_Academic_Teams_2019
Persistence is the Key to Success … and Scholarships Really Help Employer demand for talented computing graduates is high, and the College of Computing is helping to meet that demand through an exceptional learning experience. But sometimes students need a little extra help to persist and complete their degrees. University faculty and staff help students . . .
Senior Keith Atkinson Applies Computing Skills to Aid Husky FAN Food Pantry December 13, 2019 By Karen S. Johnson, Communications Director, College of Computing For his CS 4099 Directed Study class this fall, senior Computer Science undergraduate Keith Atkinson developed and deployed a Food Inventory System (FIS) for the Husky Food Access Network Food Pantry. . . .
Career site LinkedIn has released its third annual “2020 Emerging Jobs Report,” which identifies 15 roles that have seen the largest rate of hiring growth from 2015 through this year in the U.S. Guess what? The top five are all Computing-related jobs, and among the remaining 10, half of them are in Computing. Number one . . .