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Bell repair ensures continuation of a Mizzou tradition

In the 200 years since it was established, the campus and community of the University of Missouri have initiated and shared many traditions in addition to dressing in black and gold and cheering for the Tigers. Built in 1871, Switzler Hall is the oldest academic building on the MU campus. Within the bell tower of […]

Mizzou Engineering ChemE Car Team places in top 10 at nationals

After placing second in the regional competition this past May, Mizzou Engineering’s ChemE Car Team took its backpack-sized car, many hours of preparation and Mizzou pride to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers‘ ChemE Car National competition (AlChE) and successfully placed in the top 10. “They were only 18 inches away from the line and […]

Mizzou Engineering targets young women in STEM

Engineering historically has been a male-dominated field, but University of Missouri Engineering’s outreach program is working to include more women. In the past few months, they have sponsored two events — a Mother-Daughter Engineering Day and also hosted a separate activity day at MU for a group of young women who participate in Project Lead […]

MU Industrial Assessment Center continues growth

In 2006 when the University of Missouri’s Industrial Assessment Center (MoIAC) first opened its doors in Columbia, Director Bin Wu foresaw success — but that “success” has now developed into a reputation that has benefited companies and the IAC program alike. MoIAC is one of 26 centers across the nation selected and funded by the […]

Chemical engineering student receives Mizzou Inclusive Excellence Award

When chemical engineering graduate student Tapashree Tah came to the University of Missouri in 2006 after living in India her whole life, she felt what many international students feel. “I wanted to celebrate festivals from home and meet other international students,” Tapashree said. She didn’t waste time finding ways to fill those voids. Tah got […]

Erik Loehr appointed Director of Research

Loehr was recently appointed to the position of Director of Research for the University of Missouri College of Engineering (COE). Loehr, an associate professor in civil and environmental engineering, has served as interim director of research for close to five years. He joined the MU faculty in January 1998 after receiving his graduate degree from […]

Mizzou Engineering graduate student selected for NASA summer program

Dario Cersosimo has always had an interest in space exploration. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the University of Missouri mechanical and aerospace engineering graduate student began his summer vacation with research and weekly phone conferences in preparation for the 21st NASA Planetary Science Summer School held August 3-7 at the NASA Jet Propulsion […]

Engineering students present undergraduate research at State Capitol

For many engineering students, a critical component of their education is research. Most students begin research their junior year — but others get a head start, including Sophomore Devin McCormack and Junior Bryant Harris. McCormack and Harris were among 26 students selected to present their undergraduate research at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City on […]

Elementary and middle schoolers accept the Robotic Challenge

Learning was top priority for the 28 teams that participated in the Fourth Annual Robotics Challenge at the University of Missouri’s College of Engineering. Elementary and middle school teams from Columbia Public Schools and Kansas City schools, turned out on April 18 to test their robots’ skills and complete a challenge course. Students were assigned […]

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