Looking for a Creative Major? Go for IT, Senior Says
Ashley Rolf is an artistic person, and she wanted a creative major that would match her varied interests. She wasn’t, however, expecting to find that creative major in Information Technology. Then she discovered the IT Program at Mizzou. And it wasn’t at all like she’d imagined.
Undecided Major Finds Fit in IT Program
Andy Schuster wasn’t sure what he wanted to major in when he transferred to Mizzou from a community college. But he was sure about a few things. Schuster has always been fascinated by the way things work. He likes to tinker with stuff. And he learns best by doing. So when he discovered the Information Technology (IT) Program at Mizzou Engineering, it was a perfect fit.
Bridge Program Lays Foundation for College Success
An incoming freshman’s transition to college can be a daunting challenge. Having to achieve academically plus meet new people in an all-new environment is stressful. To reduce this stress, Mizzou Engineering conducts its Engineering Success Bridge Program for incoming freshmen students.
An All-American Engineer
Daniel Hein, a senior in mechanical and aerospace engineering, made Mizzou history this past academic year. He was named to his second consecutive Academic All-America® Men’s Division I At-Large First Team.
Computer Science Student receives Fulbright Funding
Alex Beattie, a recent Mizzou Engineering graduate, has received funding from the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Beattie majored in computer science. He now plans to study at Lappeenranta Technical University in Finland. He will pursue mechatronics system design, which…
Computer Science team in Imagine Cup World Championship
Thousands of teams from more than 100 countries across the globe competed for a spot in Microsoft’s 2020 Imagine Cup World Championship. In the end, a Mizzou Engineering team was among the final six standing.
Developing #MizzouMade Engineering Leaders
Celestene Sebag, a senior in the Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering, knows that when entering the workforce, one doesn’t stop learning.
Engineering Students Inducted Into Secret Societies
Tap Day, when small groups of students are selected, or “tapped,” by fellow students to join one of six secret honorary societies, is a Mizzou tradition dating back to the 1910s. These honorary societies recognize new inductees’ commitment, service and leadership to Mizzou.
College Bestows Awards for Faculty, Staff and Students
Although the MU College of Engineering was unable to hold its annual awards banquet in the spring of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the College nevertheless honored faculty, staff and students for their dedication and service to the College.
Student Devises Way for Robots to Anticipate Human Behavior
A Mizzou Engineering graduate student has been invited to share his work at a prestigious conference after devising a way for robots to learn human intention and anticipate their behaviors.