Category: Yu Cai

CyberHusky: Learning, Competing, and Having Fun

On Saturdays during the academic year, Houghton Middle School and High School students meet up to learn about cybersecurity in CyberHusky, an outreach program organized by College of Computing students and faculty. All local youth who want to learn more about cybersecurity and computers are invited to join the free program. Michigan Tech faculty members . . .

Yu Cai Named College of Computing Associate Dean

The College of Computing is pleased to announce that Yu Cai, professor in the Department of Applied Computing, is the college’s new associate dean effective August 1, 2024. As associate dean, Cai will provide oversight and leadership with respect to college research and academics.

CyberHuskies Achieve Stellar Results in Spring National Cyber League Competitions

CyberHusky, a group of Houghton High School and Houghton Middle School students excited about cybersecurity and computer topics, has achieved stellar results in spring 2024  National Cyber League (NCL) individual and team competitions. In team competition, April 19-21, the CyberHusky1 team ranked #7 nationally in the high school bracket. The CyberHusky2 team ranked #39 nationally, and . . .