MARQUETTE, Mich.— The 15th annual Northern Michigan University Invitational Programming Contest was held recently and drew 69 student participants representing four colleges.
The contest required teams to solve six programming problems over a five-hour period. The top two undergraduate teams among the 24 that competed were from Michigan Technological University. Northern Michigan University finished third.
In the ranking for the top three school winners, MTU came in first, NMU second and the College of St. Scholastica third. The fourth school represented at the competition was Algoma University.