Category: Students

A Winning Combination: Computer Science and Psychology Help Husky Chart Her Own Course

From Stories from Husky Nation Published April 16, 2024. Hunter Malinowski followed in the footsteps of family members who attended Michigan Technological University, but also found ways to blaze her own trail. Malinowski made her Michigan Tech experience unique by pursuing dual degrees in computer science and psychology, and diving into research experiences. A meticulous . . .

College of Computing Students Receive Student Leadership Awards

College of Computing undergraduates Mitchell Kelly, BS in Computer Science, and Alexia Pringle, BS in Cybersecurity, and are among the recipients of a President’s Volunteer Service Award, awarded annually by Student Leadership and Involvement. The third recipient of the award is undergraduate Ellen DeMeester, BS in Chemical Engineering. Throughout the year, Mitchell Kelly is actively . . .

Computing Students Inducted into MTU’s Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society

The Department of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET) and the College of Computing (CC) inducted seven Michigan Tech students and an MMET professor into Michigan Tech’s Delta Zeta Chapter of the Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society on April 2, 2024.

Husky Games to Present Showcase April 21

The Husky Game Development Enterprise will present a showcase of the games they have developed this year on Sunday, April 21, 2024, from 12-2 pm ET in MEEM, Room 120. The new games will also be posted to in late April. Games from previous semesters are also posted there.

PhD Student Abel Reyes-Angulo Awarded Grant from BCBS of Michigan Foundation

PhD student Abel Reyes-Angulo (Department of Applied Computing, College of Computing, and Computational Science and Engineering PhD program) has been awarded a $3,000, 12-month grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation for his research project, “Development of a parameter-efficient Deep Learning algorithm for medical image segmentation as an effort to mitigate the . . .