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Erin Hyde, a rising senior studying industrial engineering, is conducting a manufacturing & engineering associate internship at the Hannibal, MO, General Mills plant.

Gaining a versatile skillset: Hyde conducts internship at General Mills

Erin Hyde, a rising senior studying industrial engineering, is conducting a manufacturing & engineering associate internship at the Hannibal, MO, General Mills plant. We asked her a few questions about the experience.

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Ready for success: Morafa conducts internship at HP

Mariam Morafa, a senior industrial engineering student, is conducting a supply chain internship with HP this summer. We asked her a few questions about the experience.

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Mizzou industrial engineering seniors partner with industry to complete capstone projects 

Students studying industrial engineering work with a client to develop solutions to engineering problems. Learn more about the hands-on projects that students completed this semester.  

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#MizzouMade engineers share memories, favorites and what’s up next after graduation

Meet 10 soon-to-be alumni, learn how Mizzou Engineering has helped them achieve their goals and see where they’re headed next. 

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Making memories in and outside the classroom: Dierker earns degree in industrial engineering

For Jude Dierker, being a Tiger means embodying honesty, hard work and perseverance. He says that while attending school here, he was surrounded by many great people who helped to instill those qualities within him.

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Engineering a multi-modal probe to detect neural, chemical, optical signals

A Mizzou Engineer and collaborators are developing a new type of neural probe that can improve basic understanding of brain circuits and ultimately lead to better treatments for neurological diseases. The novelty of the probe is in its multi-model sensing, said Yi Wang, an assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering. He is working on the project with researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. The team recently received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Mizzou Engineer to help U.S. Army assess systems as part of groundbreaking Department of Defense project

Mizzou Engineering is contributing to a groundbreaking project that aims to help the U.S. Army make more timely and strategic decisions in today’s technology-driven defense landscape.

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Faculty, staff, students, alumni recognized with Engineering Awards

Mizzou Engineering on Friday recognized outstanding faculty, staff and students for their dedication and service as part of the College’s annual awards banquet.

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Ph.D. student earns first in poster competition at CELDi research symposium

Pyam Oveys, a Ph.D. student in industrial engineering, took first place in the poster competition at the Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Annual Meeting and Research Symposium held Feb. 29-March 1 at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Oveys is working as a graduate research assistant for a sponsored research project with Trinity Products, which is being led by MU faculty members

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Engineering student takes first at IISE Regional Conference Paper Competition

A Mizzou Engineering student took first place in the Paper Competition at the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers South Central Regional Conference, held Feb. 29-March 2 at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Ray Wood, a master’s student in industrial engineering, presented a use-inspired workforce optimizing and process to solve problems manufacturers face when using sustainable materials.