Engineers’ Week 2023 theme celebrates 120th anniversary with eye on the future
Engineers’ Week went “Pat to the Future” this year, a nod to both the 120th anniversary and a new era of innovation at Mizzou Engineering.
Mizzou SWE: ‘A place for everyone’
Mizzou's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) fosters a community that empowers women in engineering while also inspiring future generations.
Students explore future internships, jobs at Engineering Career Fair
Mechanical Engineering student Brooke Becker already has an internship for the summer, but she was eager to take an active role in the Spring 2023 Engineering Career Fair. “I’m looking forward to talking to as many companies as I can,” Becker said prior to the event on March 2. “I also signed up to be a fair volunteer, and I’m happy to be able to help out and give back to other students, especially after attending every other fair during my college experience and benefitting from it.”
Three Mizzou Engineering students are finalists in campus entrepreneurship competition
Three Mizzou Engineers have made it into the final round of the Entrepreneur Quest (EQ) Competition and are getting ready to compete for up to $15,000 from a prize pool to turn their ideas into viable businesses.
E-Week co-chairs talk events, memories and what’s new for 2023
E-Week is organized by St. Pat’s Board, which is chaired this year by Lane Atchison and Kate Sherard. We asked them to tell us a little about themselves and what the College can expect during 2023 E-Week: Pat to the Future.
Explore academic, professional opportunities with Mizzou NSBE
Interested in joining a community to support your academic and professional career both during and after college? Mizzou’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is working to create a NSBE family, one member at a time.
Mizzou AeroTigers fly past the competition in breakout season
A group of Mizzou Engineering students is getting ready to take flight this spring at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) “Design, Build, Fly” competition. The Mizzou AeroTigers are halfway through their first year of being an official student organization and are already flying past the competition across the state and country.
Ready for the next chapter
After a nontraditional college experience, engineering graduate Josh Ward is ready to tackle a career opportunity with Amazon.
Mizzou NSBE members find success at regional conference
Members of the Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) racked up five awards at the NSBE Region V Fall Regional Conference this fall.
Alexa Henry: Lifelong Learner and Teacher
Not one to sit idly by, Henry set her sights on getting more involved on campus. Already a Brazeal Scholar, Henry has made the most of her opportunities and carved out a community for herself at Mizzou that will stick with her the rest of her life.