Virgin Hyperloop One and Black & Veatch partnered with MU’s College of Engineering on September 6 for an event where students brainstormed with engineers on the Virgin Hyperloop One project. Attendees assembled in the Student Center’s Leadership Lounge Thursday evening for the opportunity to learn more about Virgin’s plans for a Missouri Hyperloop, which would […]
As the MU College of Engineering welcomes a new dean, it bids farewell to Interim Dean Robert Schwartz, who assumed leadership of the College for a full year while a national search for a new dean was conducted.
Elizabeth G. Loboa became the MU College of Engineering’s 11th dean and the first woman to serve as the college’s chief executive officer on Oct. 15, 2015.
The Air Force Academy’s loss was the University of Missouri’s gain as a bright, ambitious Mexico, Mo., native with a passion for solving technical problems came to the MU College of Engineering.
Missouri Task Force 1 serves as part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Five of the six-member team are Civil and Environmental Engineering Department graduates.
While deployed to the Hurricane Katrina disaster in 2005, Dave Weber saw an inefficiency in the way accountability forms and reports were compiled and organized.
This past academic year, the stars have lined up for three Mizzou SEDS members to rub shoulders with those at the forefront of travel to “the final frontier” through a series of space-related activities beginning with a trip to Washington, D.C. in the May 2014.
MU’s student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers eighth annual Ada Wilson Lecture preceded the organization’s traditional Green Tea, held during Engineers’ Week in March. The lecture’s namesake was the first woman to graduate from the MU College of Engineering. Sarah Kovaleski, director of engineering design for Ameren Missouri at the Callaway Nuclear Power […]
Very few people get to list “guided a spacecraft to Mercury” on their resumes. On the hierarchy of potential life experiences, it sits in the “rarest of the rare” category.
Think about how many devices you come across each day that are battery powered. The list is almost endless, and for that reason, researchers and scientists constantly are searching for the next big improvement, the next battery breakthrough.