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Student organizations prepare for spring conferences

The University of Missouri College of Engineering will be hustling and bustling with activity before and after spring break when two of Mizzou Engineering’s student groups will host student conferences for peer groups from other colleges in March. Several students, as well as members of academia and industry, from MU and colleges and universities from […]

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 […]

Engineering faculty travels to Iraq to lay collaboration groundwork

The University of Missouri was selected by the International Research and Exchanges Board to participate in the Iraq University Linkage Program (ULP). This initiative is aimed at building sustainable partnerships between Iraqi and U.S. universities to help develop Iraqi universities’ capacity to engage globally and to promote social and economic development in Iraq. In October, […]

Photos: High School Weekend

High school students from around the U.S. visited for High School Weekend. Students who participated in the 2-day event met with current Mizzou Engineering students and faculty to learn about engineering techniques that they then applied through various experiments and exercises. Many of the students were interested in the engineering field and wanted to learn […]

New scholarship targets Project Lead the Way participants

The University of Missouri College of Engineering has embraced a national program aimed at igniting the imagination and innovative aptitude of middle and high school students in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Project Lead The Way (PLTW) provides schools with STEM curricular programs based on the idea that today’s students need to […]

New partnerships expand engineering study abroad opportunities

While the chance to study abroad is a dream for many students, having the time to dedicate to a program often makes a trip overseas unattainable for time-crunched engineering students. The University of Missouri’s College of Engineering is designing several short-term study abroad opportunities for students who may not have a semester to take off, […]

First round of study abroad trips yields positive results

A new study abroad program offers engineering students at the University of Missouri a chance to travel to a variety of destinations and earn college credit while visiting another country. The first trips for Mizzou Engineering’s study abroad program took off over the summer, and students who took advantage of the opportunity are happy they […]

Student logs delve into thoughts, experiences on study abroad trip

The following are excerpts from student logs kept during the London/Manchester/Paris trip, May 16-27. Students were required to keep journals of their trip to turn in upon return. Many documented their thoughts of locations and experiences gained from the trip, while others focused on particular moments. The London/Manchester/Paris trip earned students three hours of engineering […]

Engineering builds study abroad opportunities

With an increasingly globalized economy, many of today’s engineering students will eventually find themselves working in far corners of the world. But due to the structured nature of the curriculum, engineering students often are not able to take advantage of study abroad and still stay on academic track. To remedy this dilemma, the University of […]

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