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Mizzou Water Center receives more than $700,000 in EPA seed grant funding

Cross-disciplinary researchers to look at water quality, quantity issues through eight research and education projects at the Missouri Water Center.

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Helping safeguard a new reservoir in north central Missouri

Researchers at the Missouri Water Center have been awarded a $5 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for sustainable water management. They’ll use the funds to ensure that the water remains safe as the basin fills.

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Marisa Chrysochoou appointed dean of the MU College of Engineering 

Nationally recognized scholar brings leadership experience and success in fundraising and faculty and student recruitment. 

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Ask a Mizzou expert: Why do potholes form on roads?

As the nation’s drivers zig and zag to try to avoid potholes, University of Missouri expert Punya Rath explains the science behind these street craters. A member of the Mizzou Asphalt Pavement and Innovation Lab (MAPIL), Rath specializes in researching asphalt materials.

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Mizzou civil engineering students redesign road and water systems for senior capstone project

Civil engineering students Chloe Groner, Zach Cockrill, Abby Watts and Amoni Madison took on a two-part capstone project to redesign a roadway in St. Louis, Missouri, and analyze the drainage system of that road.

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Mizzou Steel Bridge Team places third in regional competition, invited to nationals

Mizzou Steel Bridge Team placed third overall, won awards in four categories and qualified for the National Student Steel Bridge Competition.

Left to right, alumnus Jesse Kremenak, M.S. '13, Ph.D. '17, discusses business plans with Kremenak NanoTech product manager Matthew Burkhardt and research and development manager Chris Babayco at the MU Life Science Business Incubator. Photo by Abbie Lankitus

Hatching high-growth ventures

Faculty at leading research, land-grant institutions like the University of Missouri juggle many roles. They teach and mentor students, write grants, conduct research, publish their work and engage the public.

Runze Sun in lab

Civil engineering graduate students make strides in water quality research

Graduate students at Mizzou are adventurous and inquisitive, driven by the quest to discover the unknown. They dive headfirst into finding solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Two civil engineering graduate students are diving into the world of clean water, and recently received scholarships from the Missouri Water Center to continue their research.

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#MizzouMade engineers share memories, favorites and what’s up next after graduation

Meet 10 soon-to-be alumni, learn how Mizzou Engineering has helped them achieve their goals and see where they’re headed next. 

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Honors College Senior Spotlight: Dane Walker

Through Project Lead the Way – a nonprofit organization that develops STEM curriculum for elementary, middle and high schools across the country – Dane Walker was introduced to a variety of scientific fields. The subject that clicked the most for Walker was engineering. When he made the decision to continue his education at the University of Missouri, he knew the College of Engineering was going to be the perfect fit.