Clubs and Groups
The Computer Science Graduate Student Organization is a resource for information, social opportunities and graduate student appeals to the Computer Science Department and the campus-wide MTU Graduate Student Council.We are committed to improving the quality of the university experience for CS grads at the professional, academic and social levels.
The mission of Husky Game Development is to design and develop games
for business, education, and fun. We work as an interdisciplinary, student-run enterprise that fosters productivity, creativity, and effective business practices. Our goal is to create quality software that will attract and satisfy industry sponsors.
Linux Users' Group (LUG) is a student org dedicated to the promotion and advancement of Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems. We run a server mirroring many of the most popular distributions, as well as run Linux-related events several times a year.
Meetings are held Thursdays in room 131 of Fisher Hall at 7:00pm.
The object of this chapter is the promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in the field of computer and information science. Members include graduate and undergraduate students, former students, and faculty whose academic achievements, reputation and creative abilities deserve recognition.
WiCS @ MTU is a forum for students and faculty with a general interest in computing sciences and a specific interest in the issues concerning women within those disciplines. The objectives of this group are recruiting, retaining, and supporting women in computing sciences.
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