Computer Science

Clubs and Groups

ACM LogoACM at Michigan Tech

ACM@Michigan Tech is a student group dedicated to improving and supplementing the curriculum of the computer-related departments at Michigan Tech.

Meetings are held Mondays 6-7pm in room 214 of Rekhi Hall.

[ Visit ACM ]

Husky Game Development logoHusky Game Development

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.

[ Visit Husky Game Development ]

Linux User's Group LogoLinux User's Group

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 Tuesdays 6-7pm in room 101 of Rekhi Hall. 

[ Visit Linux Users' Group (LUG) ]

Upsilon Pi Epsilon logoUpsilon Pi Epsilon

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.

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Women in CS logoWomen in CS

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.

[ Visit WiCS @ MTU ]

Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE)

Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE) provides students an opportunity to design, develop and evaluate interfaces to make daily work more efficient and easier to manage. Initially, the group is working on building a driver simulator and evaluating Chrysler's U-connect radio and display-a touch screen display found in current luxury model cars.

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