150 Years of Leadership: Michael Melton
Michael Melton, Esquire, is often asked whether he ever uses his bachelor’s degree in engineering. After all, he’s had an extraordinary career as a businessman, having started his own company after working for years as a patent attorney. Melton (BS EE ’81, JD ’84) is Founder and President of MEM Enterprises Group which owns, operates…
150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 1936-1945
Our series on the history of the College picks up in the mid-1930s.
150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 1917-1935
Mizzou Engineering — like the rest of the country — was feeling the impact of world war in 1917
150 Years of Leadership: Jeanie Knuth
Jeanie Knuth, BS ChE '98, has changed the way we think about engineering "like a girl."
BBCE IABs offer industry expertise at meetings
Expertise and input from industry leaders is vital to the continued growth of academic departments. The Biological and Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Industrial Advisory Boards offer such knowledge to Mizzou Engineering’s Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering (BBCE).
EECS gains insight from industry experts at recent IAB meeting
Mizzou Engineering relies heavily on industry experts to ensure curriculum meets the needs of today’s employers and prepares students for emerging trends.
Industry experts to help grow construction management program
With help from some of the top firms in the country, Mizzou Engineering will expand offerings and experiences that prepare students for construction management.
Glover shares experience, advice with engineering students
Walk in other people’s shoes and understand their perspectives. Have a good attitude when you give and receive feedback. And follow the golden rule — treat others the way you want to be treated. Those were some key pieces of advice Matt Glover, ECE ’01, shared with Mizzou Engineering students last week.
CEO of Burns & McDonnell shares advice with engineering students
Take advantage of opportunities, ask a lot of questions, and have a genuine interest in what you’re doing, Ray Kowalik, CE ’85, MS CE ’99, said.
150 Years of Leadership: Jim Fitterling
How do you run a $55 billion company, find innovative ways to reduce carbon emissions worldwide, advocate for LGBTQ rights, combat racial injustice and help Ukraine — all while helping ensure the next generation of engineers are prepared for the workforce? We don’t know, but Jim Fitterling is doing it.