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Torq’N Tigers show best performance in eight years of competition

MU Engineering’s quarter-scale tractor student team, Torq’N Tigers, has competed in the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) International Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition for eight years, but 2011 marked the highest cumulative score they have yet received. The competition, held in Peoria, Ill. June 2 to 5, welcomed 24 teams from the […]

Engineering’s competition teams

Mizzou Engineering’s competition teams are student run and managed — each with an advisor to give advice, and to accompany teams on the road. Students conceptualize their own “products,” raise their own funds, largely through corporate-sponsorship, and spend time working together to make the strongest, most efficient, most serviceable, fastest, best constructed, highest precision, coolest […]

The Annual American Society of Civil Engineers Competitions

Hundreds of Midwestern engineering students will wield their technical skills at Mizzou this week in the annual American Society of Civil Engineers competitions. MU’s student ASCE chapter is organizing this year’s regional conference and contests, which will run from April 27 through April 29 on campus and at Columbia’s Twin Lakes Recreation Area. The event […]

Mizzou team scores high at ’08 ASABE tractor competition

Mizzou “Torq’n Tiger” quarter-scale tractor student design team places in top ranks at 2008 competition last June. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) annual quarter-scale tractor student design competition is more than just a contest for University of Missouri seniors Jarred Jennings and Matt Holtman—it’s a taste of the future. Both are […]

Mizzou Engineering team wins national competition

Mizzou Engineering’s seismic design team has won its first outing in a national seismic design competition. MU’s three-member team won a $500 prize July 29 by taking top honors in a first-time competition sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration, the Transportation Research Board, the South Carolina Department of Transportation and the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake […]

Mizzou Engineering student careers receive boost from rocket launching competition

Space travel isn’t just for government anymore, many enthusiasts believe. That belief helped spark a national rocket launching contest in which Mizzou Engineering’s student aeronautics team will compete for the first time later this month. The MU American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) student chapter has built a 10-foot tall rocket that can climb […]

Mizzou aeronautics team finishes high in national competition

Boosted by a powerful battery system that “set the bar” for the competition, Mizzou Engineering’s aeronautics team has brought home second–place honors from a national model airplane design contest. Mizzou defeated six other teams to finish second at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Joint Propulsion Conference Student Design Challenge, sponsored by the […]

CoE teams shine in competition

Two College of Engineering teams have won high honors in student competitions, earning national attention for their design successes. Mizzou Engineering’s steel bridge team took third place in the American Society of Civil Engineers regional competition on April 26, winning a spot in this year’s national steel bridge competition. Shortly afterward, the CoE Basic Utility […]

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