Professor emeritus named ASEE fellow

The American Society for Engineering Education recently named Richard Warder, professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering, a fellow at its annual conference in Seattle.

Faculty member, former graduate student win K.B. Woods Award

The Transportation Research Board, a unit of the National Academies, announced Sept. 8 that an MU faculty member and a former graduate student from the College of Engineering won the K.B. Woods Award for their research paper titled “Effect of Number of Soil Strength Measurements on Reliability of Spread Footing Designs.”

Cheng takes aim at genetic mysteries

Jianlin Cheng, an MU associate professor of computer science, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to design and develop computational methods to unlock the mysteries of genome folding and function through 3D visualization of genomic structures. Cheng refers to the genome as the book of life. Nearly 60 years have passed since James […]

Making it work in the classroom and the lab

A series of recent events have validated Assistant Professor Gregory Triplett’s sense that he has followed the right track in pursuit of his profession of choice. In the spring of 2010, Triplett, an electrical and computer engineer at the University of Missouri, received a coveted William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, and during the […]

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