CSIS students take 2nd in Midwest programming contest
Twelve Computer Science and Information Systems students attended the annual Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium, April 8-9 in Duluth. Activities included a computer programming contest, where student teams competed against each other to solve seven interesting and challenging programming problems. Andrew Dahl, Sam Sussman and Aaron Taggart took second place over a field of 39 competing teams from universities throughout the Upper Midwest. MSUM students had four teams of three students participate in the contest.