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Meet Dan Fuhrmann, Chair, Applied Computing
What should students know about you and your role as chair? The job of department chair is essentially one of service: service to our students,
service to the faculty and staff, service to the university as a whole.
What are some examples of the issues that students can bring to you? To put it simply, students can come to see me about anything they'd like. Students can come to me with concerns about individual courses and instructors, and of course, I also want to know when things are going well, and areas in our programs where we could do better. I plan to put in place a student advisory board to get regular, structured feedback from our most important stakeholders: students.
How can students contact you? You know where to find me: Rekhi 106, email@example.com, or 906-487-2871. And if those don’t work, you can find me on the Tech Trails or at Mont Ripley, or playing music at one of our venues here Houghton/Hancock. Please, do not hesitate to reach out if you have anything to share–good or bad–about your experience in the Department of Applied Computing. It is my favorite topic of conversation!
Learn more about Dan Fuhrmann.
IKEA Co-op Opportunity in Sweden. Informational interviews will be held Weds., Feb. 16. Multiple appointments are available between 10:00 am and 6:0.0 pm Learn more and link to schedule an informational interview.
Social Media Assistant, College of Computing. View and apply on Handshake.
Intensive Summer Robotics Classes
EET 5144/4144: Real-Time Robotics Systems; two weeks, May 2 to May 13.
EET 5147/4147: Industrial Robotic Vision Systems; two weeks, August 1 to August 12.
In both courses, earn four semester credits and an industrial certificate from FANUC Robotics Inc. This is a required course for Mechatronics majors.
DAWG 2022 Gaming Competition. Are you interested in the training and simulation industry? Showcase your skill set and improve your gaming development and innovation skills in this four-month team competition.
Are you an up-and-coming coder? Do you have a coding project in mind you’ve been itching to finally bring to fruition? Winter WonderHack is just around the corner.
- The event begins Feb.19, at 9 pm, and ends Feb. 21 at 9 am. Win prizes! Hosted the Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE).
- Also, for the entire weekend the MTU Red Team will host a Capture the Flag event. And on Saturday, a Rocket League tournament will occur. Both events will be conducted virtually via Discord.
- All events during Winter Wonderhack are free, and all levels of technical background are welcome to attend! Register here.
Student Events and Deadlines
- Search Like a Fact Checker Workshop: Not sure if your news is fake? Join the Van Pelt Library to talk through some helpful strategies on Thurs. Feb. 17, 2-3 pm, Van Pelt Library, Room 244.
- Info session: North Central North American Regional Programming Contest, Feb. 15, 6 pm. Register by Feb. 15.
- NSF CyberCorps Scholarships. Deadline to apply is Feb. 15.
- The Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) research submissions deadline has been extended to Weds., Feb. 16, at 11:59 pm.
- DeVlieg Foundation Summer 2022 PhD fellowships. The recipient will receive a stipend and tuition support. Faculty nominations are due Feb. 16. Talk with your advisor.
- Fall Registration Begins March 13. Meet with your advisor soon! Registration begins March 13 for graduate students and undergraduate seniors. Contact an advisor.
- Dean Livesay's Open Office Hours: Fridays, 2-3 pm, Rekhi 223. No appointments needed.
Lectures and Events
- CS Dept. Lecture: Brian Yuan (AC/CS), Feb. 18, 3 pm, Rekhi 214, or attend virtually.
- ICC Lecture: Dede Subakti, California ISO, Mar. 1, 3pm, Rekhi 217.
- CS Dept. Lecture: Emily Zhang (ECE/CS), Mar. 18, 3 pm, Rekhi 214, or attend virtually.
- Computing[MTU] Showcase, Apr. 4-6, Rozsa Center, MUB Ballrooms.
- CS Dept. Lecture: Hongyu An (ECE/CS), Apr. 8, 3 pm, Rekhi 214, or attend virtually.
College and University News
Civic Innovation Challenge Community Resilience Survey. Share your perspective on community resilience and associated indicators.
University and community resources for COVID-19 vaccinations, free KN95 masks, and on-demand testing.
Computing Learning Center
Stop by anytime from 2-5 pm and 7-10 pm, Sunday through Friday, and get the help you need for success in your computing courses. The Learning Center is in Rekhi 118. CCLC coaches are also available via Zoom during lab walk-in hours. CCLC Discord server.
- View the full Academic Calendar
- Friday, Mar 4, 10 pm, Spring Break Begins
- Sunday, Mar 13, 12 pm, Fall Registration Begins
- Monday, Mar 14, Classes Resume
- Sunday, Apr 3, 11:59 pm, Fall Registration Ends
- Friday, Apr 22, Last Day of Regular Classes
- Monday, Apr 25, Final Exam Period
- Saturday, Apr 30, Spring Commencement
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