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Ryan Siegle feeds a horse. He is wearing a T-shirt from the Boeing Co., which is the place he interned during Summer 2014 and who organized the volunteer opportunity.

October 13, 2014

Undergraduate student works overtime toward a bright future

Ryan Siegle’s hectic schedule would be enough to make most students’ heads spin. He’s doing co-op work in Iowa 40 hours a week and drives to Kansas City on weekends to put in 20 hours at General Motors doing robotics engineering.

Yijin Mao sits at a desk with a desktop and laptop computer.

September 30, 2014

Post-doc path leads outstanding MAE PhD to industry, academia

Yijin Mao has followed a path that has already taken him from a student to a researcher, and later, he hopes, to becoming an industrialist and teacher.

Simon Chen (left) and Steven Schafer install a thermal connector for thermal-vibrational testing.

September 22, 2014

Student teams invited to compete in the RevCon Challenge

On Oct. 31, seven university teams will demonstrate the prototypes of the thermal connectors they’ve designed to judges at the University of Missouri College of Engineering, the hosting agency for the 2014 and 2015 International Field-Reversible Thermal Connector (RevCon) Challenge.