IT student Sam Naeger worked all summer on the feature film Lost Treasure of Jesse James. He worked alongside Assistant Professor of Practice and the film’s producer Chip Gubera.
In her new role, she will execute the College’s vision to build and sustain a diverse and inclusive environment by developing, implementing and continually assessing strategies and programs to enhance the College’s environment.
Department Chair Luis Occeña and Professor Jim Noble have been around for plenty of its past and will be around for its future, putting them in a unique position to discuss IMSE’s history and its current state as the department begins another decade.
In the last two years, the IAC has conducted energy assessments at 36 manufacturing plants, and based on the implementation data received from 24 plants, the economic impact of the energy savings on these companies will be about $6.8 million.
After 24 years of service to the MU College of Engineering, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Jim Thompson retired Tuesday, celebrating his long career in engineering education with family, friends and colleagues.
The departments of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering will join together to form the Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering Department starting this academic year.
When he’s not busy serving as the IT Program’s Director of Undergraduate Studies or in class teaching media technology to hundreds of students, you can find Brian Maurer behind the camera. And his most recent feature film has been racking up accolades across the country.
University of Missouri Chancellor Alexander Cartwright appointed MU Engineering Dean Elizabeth Loboa as the vice chancellor for Strategic Partnerships during his campus address on Wednesday.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science seniors Cassandra Flores, Adam Goff, Trevor Liptak and Wade Tobin filmed an informational video as part of the Mizzou College of Engineering’s partnership with the Missouri Department of Transportation and Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety’s “Buckle Up, Phone Down” campaign.
Industry Sponsored Consortia hold great potential to further MU Engineering’s research mission and help create opportunities for faculty and students to interact with industry research partners on significant problems facing the world.