Why did you choose the College of Computing?
Luke Vidlund, Undergraduate, Computer Science
"I chose Michigan Tech to pursue my passion for programming and computational problem-solving. Being a student here has given me the tools and resources to develop my skills in a way that no other place can."
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College of Computing All-Nighter Snow Statue
The College of Computing is sponsoring an all-nighter snow statue this year. The building site is next to Rekhi Hall, between the bridge to the library and the Rekhi entrance door. Jeevan Devagiri (Mechatronics MS) is leading this group event. More info.
Free Python Workshop
A free, online Software Carpentry in Python workshop will take place February 20-24, daily from 3-5:30 p.m. Michigan Tech students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. The workshop covers basic Python concepts and tools, including program design, version control, and task automation. Sign up by Feb. 10. Learn more.
Art in Silico: Call for Submissions
The inaugural Art in Silico is a computational art exhibition and event series that examines the expressive world of creative computation and the confluence of technology and art, connecting circuit board to canvas. The deadline to submit is March 3, 2023. Learn more.
The College of Computing is accepting applications for the role of Communications and Front Desk Student Assistant. The student will help the communications director increase social media engagement on the College of Computing's social media channels and greet office visitors. The position starts immediately and ends April 28, 2023. Learn more.
Sidike Paheding, Applied Computing, is accepting applications for one or two hourly-paid research assistants to assist in conducting machine learning-related research. The basic requirement is to have proficient Python programming experience and good knowledge/experience in machine learning. Experience in deep learning is a plus. Undergraduates and graduate students are invited to apply. Learn more.
Student News Briefs
Find more student news on the College of Computing student blog.
- Year of Kindness at Michigan Tech
- NASA Pathways Internships: Apply Feb. 6-10
- Submission and Formatting 101: Master the Dissertation, Thesis, and Report Process is Feb. 8. 2-4 p.m.
- American Red Cross Blood Drive Is Feb. 21-22
- Graduate Research Colloquium 2023 Is March 29-30
- Hancock Shuttle Pilot: Running Now!
- Finance Your Innovation Workshop: Registration Open
- Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium Submissions Deadline Approaching
- Nominations Sought for KCP Future Faculty Fellowships
College Events and Deadlines
- Feb. 8-9 Computing Ice Sculpture All Nighter, outside Rekhi Hall
- Feb. 16 EV Scholars virtual event: Recruiting Meeting, 10-10:40 a.m.
- Feb. 17 Graduate Student Town Hall, 3-4 p.m., Rekhi 214
- Feb. 20 Software Carpentry in Python workshop, February 20-24
- Feb. 21 Computing/ECE Career Fair Mixer, 4-5:30 p.m., Rozsa Center
- Mar. 1 EV Scholars virtual event: Denise Graves, MEDC, 5-5:40 p.m.
- Mar. 3 Art in Silico submission deadline
- Mar. 24 CS Colloquium Lecture: Karem Sakallah, University of Michigan, 3-4 p.m., Rekhi 214 and virtually
College of Computing News
- Distinguished Teaching Award Finalists Include Yu Cai and Guy Hembroff
- Applied Computing Faculty Publish Paper in IEEE Access
- Alex Sergeyev Is PI on $80.8K Grant from West Shore Community College
- Software Carpentry in Python Workshop Is February 20-24
- College Invites Applications for Communications Student Assistant
Computing Learning Center
Get the help you need. The College of Computing Learning Center (CCLC), on the first floor of Rekhi Hall, Room 118, is staffed by upper-level undergraduate students and supported by the College of Computing. The friendly CCLC coaches are available to help succeed in your computing courses. No appointments are necessary. Free. Open to all students taking computing classes. This fall, the Learning Center is open Sunday-Friday according to the schedule here.
- View the full Academic Calendar
- Wednesday, Feb 08, 10 p.m., Winter Carnival Recess Begins
- Monday, Feb 13, Classes Resume
- Friday, Mar 03, 10 p.m., Break Begins
- Sunday, Mar 12, 12 p.m., Fall Registration Begins
- Monday, Mar 13, Classes Resume
- Sunday, Apr 02, 11:59 p.m., Fall Registration Ends
- Friday, Apr 21, Last Day of Regular Classes
- Monday, Apr 24, Final Exam Period Begins
- Friday, Apr 28, Spring Semester Ends
- Friday, Apr 28, Spring Graduate Student Commencement
- Saturday, Apr 29, Spring Undergraduate Student Commencement
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