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New Mizzou Engineering student organization on tap

Water quality will be the focus of a new Mizzou student organization now in the works. Prompted by requests from environmental engineers throughout Missouri, MU’s College of Engineering is laying the foundation for a student chapter of the Water Environment Federation (WEF). Only two other Missouri universities—the Missouri University of Science and Technology and Washington […]

Engineering students help residents stay warm

Engineering students help residents stay warm

Some Mizzou Engineering students are sharing the warmth of the season in an unusually practical way. About 30 Engineering Ambassadors and Mizzou Engineering Student Council members visited several low-income Columbia residents on Dec. 1 to help weatherize their homes. Using weather-stripping and other insulating tools, the students worked to reduce utility costs by improving energy […]

College of Engineering students build skills through community service

A Columbia service project recently brought home to several Mizzou Engineering students what it means to be in society’s “problem–solving” field. Ten engineering student ambassadors built a wooden porch this spring for the Imani Mission Center, a not–for–profit organization at 7 E. Ash St. that provides training and activities for low–income families. The engineering group’s […]

Engineering students extending holiday cheer

A growing number of engineering students are adding “Granny” to their holiday gift–giving lists, expanding an annual tradition in hopes of benefiting more low–income youngsters. Two College of Engineering groups, the Alpha Epsilon honors society and the Biological Engineering Club, are joining forces to collect toys to donate over the holidays to “Granny’s House,” a […]

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