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Creativity-based curriculum to build on initial success

Creativity-based curriculum to build on initial success

Mizzou Engineering’s Heather K. Hunt and Ferris Pfeiffer, Theater’s Suzanne Burgoyne, and Education’s Johannes Strobel are the investigators on NSF-funded project “Creativity throughout the Curriculum: Educational Practices to Build the STEM Workforce of Tomorrow.”

Steel Bridge team earns third-place honors

Steel Bridge team earns third-place honors

Mizzou’s Steel Bridge team racked up three awards at the 2018 Mid-Continent Student Conference, including a third-place overall achievement.

IMSE capstone perfect cap to great academic careers

IMSE capstone perfect cap to great academic careers

For MU’s Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering students, their final two semesters on campus are largely devoted to piecing together the skills they’ve acquired throughout their college experience. 

College’s first Research Day showcases strengths

College’s first Research Day showcases strengths

Posters covering a wide array research topics and more filled a large room near the College’s library in the late afternoon, followed by four brief TED-style talks on subjects related to each of Mizzou Engineering’s four Pillars of Pursuit.

EECS professor named to AIMBE College of Fellows

EECS professor named to AIMBE College of Fellows

Marge Skubic’s extensive and groundbreaking work in the field of eldercare and rehabilitation technology has earned several honors over the years. The latest comes from the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.

Sophomore shows skills at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting

Sophomore shows skills at Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting

Muhammad Salim, alongside Assistant Professor of Bioengineering Ferris Pfeiffer and recent MU Engineering graduate Lia Howe, published an abstract titled “Computational Modeling of Stress Relation in Articular Cartilage,” and Salim presented the accompanying poster at this year’s ORS Annual Meeting in March.

MU researcher studies impact of interruptions on nurses’ work

MU researcher studies impact of interruptions on nurses’ work

Jung Hyup Kim, an assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at the University of Missouri, and his team of students recently traveled to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., to study just how brief interruptions affected nurses in their emergency department.

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