Faculty members discuss importance of women in engineering
During a panel discussion around inclusivity last week, faculty members from electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) shared their personal experiences and brainstormed ways to get more females excited about engineering.
150 Years of Leadership: Jeanie Knuth
Jeanie Knuth, BS ChE '98, has changed the way we think about engineering "like a girl."
iREDEFINE Workshop helps prepare Parvin for career in academia
Dilruba Parvin is more prepared for a career in academia thanks to insights from the nation’s top engineering chairs. Parvin, a fourth-year PhD student studying electrical and computer engineering, recently attended the iREDEFINE Workshop, part of the 2022 ECEDHA Annual Conference in New Orleans.
Mizzou NSBE finds opportunities at national convention
Members of the organization traveled to California for their national organization’s convention and found networking and job opportunities in the Golden State.
Daughter Day inspires young women to learn more about engineering
Women belong in engineering. That was one take-away from Mizzou Engineering Daughter Day, an event that invites Missouri middle and high school students to spend the day as a Mizzou Engineer.
Students address equity at Diverse Engineering Professionals Conference
Mizzou Engineering students addressed the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields during the fifth annual Diverse Engineering Professionals Conference.
VP at Proctor & Gamble shares advice with students in leadership course
Knuth, Vice President of Research & Development at Proctor & Gamble, encourages students wanting leadership skills to take Engineering 2001.
As president of IEEE CIS, Keller puts focus on outreach, education and diversity
Curators' Distinguished Professor Jim Keller is serving as president of the Computational Intelligence Society under the umbrella of IEEE.
Mizzou Engineering forms IDE Alumni Advisory Council
Mizzou Engineering has formed a new Inclusivity, Diversity and Equity Alumni Advisory Council to advise faculty and staff within the college on programmatic IDE initiatives.
Teaching symposium highlights inclusivity principles
Enhancing inclusivity in teaching and classrooms was the primary focus of the College’s annual Symposium on Engineering Teaching Excellence, held Friday, Dec. 10 as a hybrid online and in-person event.