Career Services helps student stay connected to engineering over the summer
When the spring semester ended and he could not travel home to Ukraine, Vladyslav Sazhen needed a job and a way to stay connected to engineering. He reached out to Career Services to find a part-time position through which he could stay connected to the field he is studying and proudly proclaims is his passion.
Landing a dream internship: Atchison spending summer at Textron Aviation
Lane Atchison, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major, has landed his dream internship working at Textron Aviation this summer.
Limitless in Seattle
Reegan Spicer, a Mizzou industrial engineering student, traveled to the IISE Annual Conference in Seattle to explore career paths and enhance her engineering knowledge.
Industry experts to help grow construction management program
With help from some of the top firms in the country, Mizzou Engineering will expand offerings and experiences that prepare students for construction management.
IMSE students gain new perspectives at conference
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering students met with industry professionals and gained new perspectives on industrial engineering at the IISE South Central Regional Conference.
Engineering students find opportunities at Career Fair
Over 160 organizations connected with students exploring jobs, internships, co-ops and more from regional, national and international companies.
CEE alumni mentor students
The Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni held its first Student Mentoring Session on Monday, Nov. 8 at Mizzou Engineering. “This is the inaugural mentoring event for civil and environmental engineering (CEE) led…
Mizzou Engineer helps NASA streamline processes during internship
A Mizzou Engineering student worked in NASA to help streamline space program processes during a summer internship.
Students receive “Shout-Outs” for their on-campus work
Mizzou Engineering students learn beyond just the classroom or lab. They also learn transferable skills and enhance their education by working on campus. These students support their peers and staff.
Atanasov Heading to Bulgaria to Work in Cloud Computing
Adrian Atanasov graduates this weekend after five years of juggling school and a full-time job. It was grueling at times, he said, but he wouldn’t change a thing.