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Adults looking for career change turn to IT

Adults looking for career change turn to IT

IT student Matt Sadler with his son. Sadler is among a growing number of adults looking for a career change and turning to IT through Mizzou's online program. Adults looking for a career change are turning to an Information Technology degree from Mizzou Engineering. It’s little wonder. Technology-related jobs are growing at a faster-than-average rate [...]
Engineering Students Help Create TV Production

Engineering Students Help Create TV Production

Scene: In the not-too-distant future, a digital artist creates a machine that integrates with the biometrically-attached technology imbedded in most of the population—cell phone technology implanted in a person’s arm and Google glasses for one’s eye. Her machine pulls all of the data from these imbedded devices to create art. When the artist’s sister, a […]

Developing #MizzouMade Engineering Leaders

Developing #MizzouMade Engineering Leaders

Celestene Sebag, a senior in the Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering, knows that when entering the workforce, one doesn’t stop learning. “Professional development is important to help build up your transferable skills,” Sebag said. “Participating in company information sessions helped me practice how I interact with professionals, but on a more informal, casual […]

Rahhal Recipient of 2020 MU Study Abroad Teaching Excellence Award

Rahhal Recipient of 2020 MU Study Abroad Teaching Excellence Award

Tojan Rahhal, assistant dean for inclusive excellence and strategic initiatives and an adjunct professor of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering in the College of Engineering, is among two recipients of the inaugural MU Study Abroad Teaching Excellence Award. Open to faculty in all academic disciplines, this award recognizes the exceptional and meaningful work carried out […]

Women in Engineering Week: Shining a Light on Diversity

Women in Engineering Week: Shining a Light on Diversity

The MU College of Engineering is a welcoming, inclusive college, and that message was the theme and the focus of Women in Engineering (WIE) Week, Feb. 17 – 21. Events got underway Feb. 17 with a kick-off social in Lafferre Hall, where Mizzou Engineering students had an opportunity to meet with the leaders of several […]

MU Students Develop Tool to Fight Fakery

MU Students Develop Tool to Fight Fakery

Imagine watching a video from a presidential candidate on your favorite political blog, only to find out later that the candidate not only disavows the video but claims she never made the video in the first place. These so-called “deepfake videos,” which use fabricated photos and audio, are among the biggest challenges facing the news […]

Employers Impressed with Mizzou Engineers

Employers Impressed with Mizzou Engineers

Hundreds of Mizzou Engineering students had an opportunity to meet with a variety of employers to secure internships, co-ops and full-time jobs at the College’s Spring 2020 Career Fair at the MizzouRec Center Feb. 11.  Companies that hire Mizzou Engineering grads know they will find some of the brightest, most intelligent and articulate students in […]

Engineering Students Seek Internships at Spring Career Fair

Engineering Students Seek Internships at Spring Career Fair

From freshmen to seniors, hundreds of students talked with recruiters from 185 companies at the College of Engineering’s annual spring career fair Feb. 11. Some were looking for internships while others were seeking full-time employment, but with companies from every sector of industry, students had plenty of opportunities to hand out their résumés and have […]

Grant Proposal Designed to Elevate Women in Tech-Based Ventures

Grant Proposal Designed to Elevate Women in Tech-Based Ventures

A collaboration between the College of Engineering and the Trulaske College of Business seeks to increase the number of women entrepreneurs leading technology-based companies. COE Associate Professor Heather Hunt and Assistant Professor Ferris Pfeiffer teamed up with Annette Kendall, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Trulaske College of Business, to apply […]

Garmin Visit Inspires MU Students

Garmin Visit Inspires MU Students

MU Engineering students who visited the Garmin International headquarters pose for a group photo during a tour of the company's campus in Olathe, Kansas. MU Engineering students had an opportunity to test flight simulators, learn how a leading technology company creates and markets GPS navigation and wearable technology, meet alumni working at the company and [...]
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