19 Engineers serve those in need with Mizzou Alternative Breaks

April 01, 2019

Mizzou students help install ceiling panels

19 Mizzou Engineering students took part in Mizzou Alternative Breaks over their spring break last week. Photo courtesy of Zoe Bowman.

For a photo album featuring Mizzou Engineering students on Mizzou Alternative Breaks, click here.

During breaks, groups of Mizzou students volunteer in various places in need nationwide as part of Mizzou Alternative Breaks. The programs focus on service in 14 key areas: animals, disabilities, disaster relief, education, environmental issues, Habitat for Humanity, health, homelessness and poverty, indigenous peoples, LGBTQ advocacy, refugee and immigration services, women’s advocacy, and youth empowerment.

19 Mizzou Engineering students took part over their spring break last week. These students are tremendous examples of MU Engineering’s tradition of educating future engineering leaders, and they are:

  • Olasumbo Babaloa
  • Zoe Bowmann
  • Omiya Hassan
  • Alex Keneipp
  • James Kim
  • Sera McKenna
  • Kelsey Morgret
  • Benjamin Morrow
  • Sophie Nedelco
  • Emily Pagel
  • Babrak Roberts
  • Andrew Schatz
  • Samira Shamsir
  • Rebecca Shyu
  • Dane Steinhauer
  • Dmitri Winkeler
  • Philip Wu
  • Mitchell Yeager