Engineering and journalism students shared the fruits of their labor from the past semester — or in some cases longer — at the University of Missouri Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Technology Showcase in May.
A new smartphone app, unveiled at the Reynolds Journalism Institute Tech Showcase in May, promises to give university students more assurance of a safe walk across campus.
James Keller, Curators’ Professor and the R.L. Tatum professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Andrew Buck, a doctoral student in ECE, won “Best overall paper” at the IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence.
JR Swanegan, director of study abroad, international and diversity outreach for the College of Engineering, and Balavinayagam Ramalingam, were recently nominated for a campuswide award that recognizes their internationalization efforts for the college.
While many of their classmates headed to tropical, resort locations for Spring Break, seven members of the University of Missouri’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders traveled south to the small Central American town of Ciudad España, Honduras to implement a project three years in the making.
Lingshuang Wu’s research interests focus on cloud computing, Android programming and artificial intelligence. She is studying computer science through MU Engineering’s Coordinated Undergraduate Degree Program.
The College of Engineering’s Coordinated Degree Programs office organizes several events throughout the year that enable visiting students from partner universities to experience American activities and culture.
After 13 years of working as an associate teaching professor in the MU College of Engineering’s Computer Science Department, Markita Price is retiring. Computer science department chair Professor Dong Xu presented Price with a plaque commemorating her dedication and service to the department.
Dave Cockrill is an alumnus of the College of Engineering who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1985 and is currently the first plant manager at a plant in the Kansas City area.
In the inaugural year of a new category at the 30th annual Research and Creative Activities Forum, two MU chemical engineering students won second and third place in the Engineering/Computer & Information Sciences category. Jing Wang, who won second place, and Jiangyun Zhu, who took third said they practiced a lot for the presentation.