Accelerating Careers

Accelerating Careers

Students can now earn a master’s degree (MS) in civil and environmental engineering in less time than a traditional master’s program. The department recently developed an accelerated master’s program in which some undergraduate coursework can also count toward your MS degree. “The department faculty thought students could benefit in multiple ways,“ said Praveen Edara, interim […]

Mizzou Engineering Adds Four New IT Certificates

Mizzou Engineering Adds Four New IT Certificates

Those wanting to becoming tech savvier now have more options. Mizzou Engineering’s Information Technology program will offer four new IT certificates this fall. And students can complete the IT certificates entirely online. Students can earn a certificate independent of a degree or along with a bachelor’s program. Anyone can apply. High school seniors wanting to [...]
Keller Receives Top Award from IEEE

Keller Receives Top Award from IEEE

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Jim Keller gave a keynote talk at the International Symposium on Information Technology Convergence in Jeju Island, South Korea, in 2018. Jim Keller—an emeritus professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science—has received a top award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world’s largest [...]
Mizzou to Offer Cyber Security Camp Virtually this Summer

Mizzou to Offer Cyber Security Camp Virtually this Summer

Mizzou Engineering will offer a cyber security camp for high school students virtually this year. The Hacker Tracker camp is typically part of Mizzou Summer Camps. However, the university has canceled other 2020 camps because of COVID-19 concerns. The Hacker Tracker Cyber Security Virtual Camp gives participants the opportunity to learn coding and cyber defense [...]
Lagermann Puts Electrical Engineering Courses to Work at Garmin

Lagermann Puts Electrical Engineering Courses to Work at Garmin

Isaac Lagermann is putting his electrical engineering courses to work at Garmin this summer. When Isaac Lagermann ’21 began an internship at Garmin earlier this month, he immediately put his electrical engineering courses to work. “As soon as I walked in the door, I was able to contribute and diagnose issues,” Lagermann said. “It’s Mizzou’s [...]
Lab to Take Online Learning to New Levels

Lab to Take Online Learning to New Levels

Brian Maurer demonstrates advanced online learning options to fellow faculty members during a seminar held last month. Mizzou Engineering students could see advanced online learning experiences this coming year. A new lab will equip faculty from across the College with professional-level studio equipment. Brian Maurer is designing the lab. He is director of undergraduate studies [...]
Pfeiffer Awarded for Improving Teaching and Learning Through Technology

Pfeiffer Awarded for Improving Teaching and Learning Through Technology

Ferris Pfeiffer, a professor in the Biological, Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Department, won an Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award from MU Course Design & Technology in May. Pfeiffer won in the Graduate/Professional Teaching category. The Award recognizes the efforts of those who use technology to “meaningfully improve teaching and learning at Mizzou,” according to […]

CELDi Symposium Goes Virtual

CELDi Symposium Goes Virtual

As the University of Missouri campuses began preparations to move to remote teaching and telework in March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Professor Jim Noble in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) was preparing for the Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) spring meeting and research symposium. Noble is the […]

Scholarship Covers Expenses for Cyber Security Education

Scholarship Covers Expenses for Cyber Security Education

A scholarship for students interested in cyber security continues to pay off. The median salary for cyber security jobs is $99,730, higher than the national average of $39,810. Cyber security jobs are growing at a rate of 32%, higher than the national average of 5%. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook. There’s [...]
Giraldo-Londoño Named Inaugural James W. and Joan M. O’Neill Faculty Scholar in Engineering

Giraldo-Londoño Named Inaugural James W. and Joan M. O’Neill Faculty Scholar in Engineering

Oliver Giraldo-Londoño has been selected as the College of Engineering’s inaugural James W. and Joan M. O’Neill Faculty Scholar in Engineering. Giraldo-Londoño currently is a PhD candidate at the Georgia Institute of Technology and expects to complete his degree this fall. He received a bachelor’s in civil engineering in 2010 from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, […]

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