Meet Kate Trauth

Meet Kate Trauth

Dedicated professor. Water researcher. Problem solver. Meet Kate Trauth, associate professor and Inclusivity, Diversity and Equity (IDE) faculty fellow at Mizzou Engineering. Trauth has taught at Mizzou for 21 years and is currently in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Her research focuses on stormwater, understanding how to manage it better using geographic information [...]
Mizzou Engineers Come Together for Involvement Night

Mizzou Engineers Come Together for Involvement Night

In place of the traditional New Student BBQ, Mizzou Engineering Student Council hosted a virtual Involvement Night to showcase student organizations and services for incoming Mizzou Engineers. More than 160 people joined and nearly 40 organizations and services presented. Amidst a different looking semester, these student leaders are finding ways to bring engineering students together [...]
Mizzou Engineering Alumna Named President of Zonta International

Mizzou Engineering Alumna Named President of Zonta International

Sharon Langenbeck, President of Zonta International, visited campus in fall 2019 Founded in 1919, the mission of Zonta International is to be a “leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.” Mizzou Engineering alumna, Sharon Langenbeck, embodies that mission as she takes on her role as the president of Zonta International [...]
Mizzou Engineering Alum Leads Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Mizzou Engineering Alum Leads Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Intersection at the Transportation Research Center working on Autonomous Vehicle Testing Imagine your hour-long commute to work, typically taken up by podcasts, the radio or listening to music. But what if you could do more with this time? Mizzou Engineering alum Tanner Thiessen is at the forefront of testing and developing the latest autonomous and [...]

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