A medical setback became a new opportunity for an ECE undergrad who received a scholarship from a foundation focused on the same research she began after that setback.
Student organizations associated with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s were busy last year inducting new members and helping out in the community.
Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty staff and students were among those honored at the college’s annual Missouri Honor Awards banquet in March.
A man of few words, graduate student Xiang Wang isn’t shy on skills. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Shanghai University in 2011, and now is a master’s degree candidate at Mizzou.
A foray into the medical field was forestalled when one alumnus’ interests lured him into electrical and computer engineering. But a twist of fate took his career back into the medical field.
Corey Matzat accomplished a great deal before coming to MU — including a perfect 36 on the ACT. Now, the Presidential Scholar is studying electrical and computer engineering and doing research as part of the Discovery Fellow undergraduate research program.
Engineering’s curriculum could rival athletics’ schedule for the title “most rigorous.” However, seven members of the Mizzou men’s swimming and diving team are taking on both.
As the Chemical Engineering Department prepares to celebrate its 110th anniversary, read a brief history about the department’s progress over the last century-plus at MU.
Gregory Triplett is one of four University of Missouri faculty members to be named a 2013-2014 SEC Academic Leadership Development Program fellow.
The MU Coulter Translational Partnership Program in September announced funding for six biomedical research projects, each a collaborative effort by an engineer and a physician.