Doctoral student Bujingda Zheng uses a 3D printing and laser process to manufacture multi-material, multi-layered sensors, circuit boards and textiles with electronic components.

No assembly required

Innovative 3D printing method developed by Mizzou Engineering doctoral student streamlines multi-materials manufacturing.

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Three engineers receive Hesburgh Scholarship

Given to one undergraduate student from each class, the scholarship underscores the vital role of general education courses, which ensure that graduates leave Mizzou not only ready to excel in their respective fields but also with a rich, well-rounded foundation of knowledge.

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New insights: Shawhan conducts internship at Myers and Stauffer LC

Erin Shawhan, a rising senior studying information technology, is conducting an application development internship at Myers and Stauffer LC in Kansas City, Missouri. We asked her a few questions about the experience.

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Ready for success: Morafa conducts internship at HP

Mariam Morafa, a senior industrial engineering student, is conducting a supply chain internship with HP this summer. We asked her a few questions about the experience.

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Always learning: Deloney conducts internship at J-Squared Engineering

Ryan Deloney, a senior in mechanical engineering, is conducting an internship with J-Squared Engineering this summer. We asked him a few questions about the experience.

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Mizzou Water Center receives more than $700,000 in EPA seed grant funding

Cross-disciplinary researchers to look at water quality, quantity issues through eight research and education projects at the Missouri Water Center.

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Helping safeguard a new reservoir in north central Missouri

Researchers at the Missouri Water Center have been awarded a $5 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for sustainable water management. They’ll use the funds to ensure that the water remains safe as the basin fills.

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Marisa Chrysochoou appointed dean of the MU College of Engineering 

Nationally recognized scholar brings leadership experience and success in fundraising and faculty and student recruitment. 

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Mizzou Engineering organizations take home three Student Involvement Awards 

Students at Mizzou Engineering are making sure they not only have the best college experiences for themselves but are also making the college community stronger for future students as well. This year, three engineering student organizations received University of Missouri Student Involvement Awards for their efforts to improve the engineering student experience.

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Ask a Mizzou expert: Why do potholes form on roads?

As the nation’s drivers zig and zag to try to avoid potholes, University of Missouri expert Punya Rath explains the science behind these street craters. A member of the Mizzou Asphalt Pavement and Innovation Lab (MAPIL), Rath specializes in researching asphalt materials.