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Engineering faculty travels to Iraq to lay collaboration groundwork

The University of Missouri was selected by the International Research and Exchanges Board to participate in the Iraq University Linkage Program (ULP). This initiative is aimed at building sustainable partnerships between Iraqi and U.S. universities to help develop Iraqi universities’ capacity to engage globally and to promote social and economic development in Iraq. In October, […]

Photos: High School Weekend

High school students from around the U.S. visited for High School Weekend. Students who participated in the 2-day event met with current Mizzou Engineering students and faculty to learn about engineering techniques that they then applied through various experiments and exercises. Many of the students were interested in the engineering field and wanted to learn […]

Mizzou Engineering Electric Car Club contributes to national safety effort

Students joining the University of Missouri’s Electric Car Club as an extracurricular activity never imagined they’d play a key role in a national agency’s effort to educate emergency first responders to the intricacies of alternative fuel vehicles. But that opportunity for one of the newest clubs within Mizzou’s College of Engineering materialized when motive and […]

Computer science French connection results in collaborative research, internships and cultural exchange

As a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of University of Missouri associate professor Kannappan Palaniappan, Adel Hafiane worked on an image processing and computer vision research grant from the National Institutes of Health. The project involved histopathology, or the examination of tissue images for cancer detection, classification and grading, a field of research in which […]

New scholarship targets Project Lead the Way participants

The University of Missouri College of Engineering has embraced a national program aimed at igniting the imagination and innovative aptitude of middle and high school students in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Project Lead The Way (PLTW) provides schools with STEM curricular programs based on the idea that today’s students need to […]

Civil engineering students win first place in ACI competition

Two MU civil and environmental engineering students were recently awarded first-place honors in the American Concrete Institute’s (ACI) 2011 ACI Concrete Projects Competition. Russell Voss, a senior, and Todd Witt, who graduated last spring, wrote a paper of their combined undergraduate theses titled, “Analysis of Test Results for Evaluation of Alternative Resistance Mechanisms for Disproportionate […]

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