Students and honorary alumni and faculty members are inducted into one of six secret societies for their exemplary service and achievements during their time at MU.
The past, present and future were on full display Thursday as Mizzou Engineering celebrated its alumni, faculty, students and staff at its annual College of Engineering Awards Banquet.
The College of Engineering celebrated Women in Engineering Week with a series of excellent events promoting the importance of women in the field and celebrating their accomplishments.
Carlos Sun’s goal in signing on with Emery Sapp & Sons was to both build MU’s new minor curriculum and foster relationships within the industry.
The goal of the event is to showcase the field of engineering and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers to girls in grades six through nine and their parents. Women are typically underrepresented in engineering careers, and events such as Daughter Engineering Day seek to help grow the number of women in the field by developing an early interest.
Hosted by MU’s Neural Engineering Laboratory, the 13th annual Robotics Design Challenge welcomed 325 participating K-8th graders to test the robots they had spent months creating.
The annual Engineering Awards Banquet took place on March 16, honoring outstanding students, faculty, staff and the winners of the Missouri Honor Awards, James E. “Bud” Moulder Award and Citation of Merit, the three most prestigious honors the College bestows upon alumni and supporters.
The Mizzou chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) held its annual Interactive Coding Experience for young students on Nov. 18 on the campus of the University of Missouri. UPE is the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Discipline and is part of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. Their annual Interactive Coding […]
Nearly 300 undergraduates celebrated their graduation from the University of Missouri College of Engineering at Saturday’s Commencement Ceremony at the Hearnes Center, taking their place as the next generation of Mizzou Made engineering leaders. A total of 283 students earned undergraduate degrees, to go with 101 students who earned master’s or doctorate degrees after completing […]