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150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 2000-2020

Our series exploring the history of Mizzou Engineering continues this month in the year 2000. As a new century dawned, the College experienced tremendous growth and expansion. Dean Jim Thompson worked to increase enrollment, creating a recruiting office and implementing statewide programs that promoted engineering opportunities to high school students and parents. Jim Thompson Thompson…

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Build virtual worlds, movie magic with 3D modeling and animation course

The 3D modeling and animation course teaches you to make digital assets for movies, marketing and more.

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Five inducted into Chemical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni

Five alumni were inducted into the Chemical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni on Oct. 29 at a ceremony honoring their outstanding contributions to the field.

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Eleven inducted into Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Hall of Fame

The Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) honored 11 new IMSE Hall of Fame inductees on Oct. 21 at a ceremony honoring their outstanding contributions to the field of industrial engineering. Established in 2008, the IMSE Hall of Fame honors extraordinary IMSE graduates for their outstanding achievements, excellence and leadership, as well as…

The information commons and library in the new engineering Laboratory and Classroom Building was 2.5 times the size of the previous library.

150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 1990-1999

The history of Mizzou Engineering approaches the turn of the century with a new building, a new dean and new academic departments.

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Mentor program connects recent graduate with leader in industry

Chris Goldston, BS IE ’22 admits he was nervous about meeting his mentor for the first time.

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150 Years of Leadership: Joe Hoffmann

Call it fate, happenstance, coincidence or destiny, Joe Hoffmann, BS ME ’13, knows he’s exactly where he’s supposed to be. As General Manager at Hoffmann Brothers in St. Louis, he oversees operations of five divisions: residential and commercial heating and cooling, plumbing, electrical and appliance. Since he started in 2016, he’s helped grow company revenue…

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Graduate enjoys personal mentorship from former VP of Welch Foods

What’s it like to have a former vice president of Welch Foods, Inc., personally mentoring you after college graduation? “It’s been extremely advantageous,” Drew Boswell, BS IE ’22, says. Boswell was one of the first industrial and manufacturing systems engineering students to take advantage of a new mentorship program…

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Four inducted into Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni (CEADA)

The Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni (CEADA) inducted four new members on Sept.…

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150 Years of Leadership: Steve Pelch

Many successful companies in today’s economy depend not only on outstanding service and best-in-class technology, but also rely upon creativity, unique business models and go-to market strategies, pervasive marketing outreach, authenticity or a global perspective that embraces aspects of both science and art. Steve Pelch, BS ME ’87, understands this. That’s why billion-dollar companies hire…