College of Computing

Student Events

Student Events

Underegraduate Town Hall Meeting

Undergraduate Town Hall 

Dean Dennis Livesay will host a 60-minute virtual Town Hall meeting for College undergraduate students on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Students are invited to share  their thoughts and input about the College, curriculum, degree programs, departments, and other topics of interest.

Graduate Toewn Hall Meeting

Graduate Town Hall

Dean Dennis Livesay will host a 60-minute virtual Town Hall meeting for College graduate students on Thursday, February 25, 2021, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Students are invited to share their thoughts and input about the College, curriculum, degree programs, departments, and other topics of interest.Join the Graduate Town Hall

1010 with ...

The 1010 with ...  series features weekly short presentations for prospective students by College of Computing faculty. Faculty members talk about their research, their classes, and College of Computing undergraduate degree programs. (Spring 2021, Fall 2020)

 

You've got #tenacity!

You've got #tenacity! Tell us about it. 1) Email computing@mtu.edu; 2) Share a few words about your Fall 2020 Husky #tenacity; 3) Attach a photograph (or two). We’ll publish your #tenacity meme on our website and social media channels. Or use an online form.

 

Class of 2020

Class of 2020. Everyone in the College of Computing wishes each and every Class of 2020 graduate our heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for success and happiness. This webpage is populated with all things Class of 2020.

 

College of Computing Brain Break

Welcome to Brain Break, a casual, no pressure place to meet other students and find out what’s going on at Michigan Tech, in the College of Computing, and in the Houghton community.  Presented for new and transfer College of Computing students, the Computing Bits sessions cover information of interest to all students. (Fall 2020)

 

Computing Bits

Computing Bits sessions share information of interest to new College of Computing students, and the topics are of interest to all Computing undergraduates. Sessions include presentations by student groups and Enterprise teams, success tips from recent Computing alumni, career search tips from Michigan Tech alumni, conversations with faculty and staff, and more. (Fall 2020)

 

Meet Your Professors

Meet Your Professors. Our faculty members have recorded these videos for you. Take a look and learn more as your professors share info about their classes and research, and a little something about themselves. (2020-21)

 

Open House

Open House, Saturday, November, 14, 2020. Presentations from the B.S. in Computer Network and System Administration (CNSA); the B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET); and the General Computing major, which gives you a semester (or two) to explore and decide which degree program or discipline sparks your curiosity.