Missouri Compacts: Student Success, Page 23

Luke Guerdan

Engineering Scholar to Continue Studies

Recent Mizzou Engineering graduate Luke Guerdan liked to stay busy when he was a student studying computer science and psychology, with a minor in mathematics.


Students Recognized for Work Ethic

Hard work is paying off for more than a dozen MU students employed by Campus Dining Services, all of whom have been awarded scholarships for the spring 2020 semester. Campus Dining Services held its annual Student Employee of the Year Scholarship Contest last fall, and 14 students were selected by their management teams for the honor based on their reliability, quality of work, initiative, teamwork and contribution to their employer.

Mizzou Engineering graduates in their regalia smile at the camera from their seats in the Hearnes Center

Engineering Graduates Prepared to Make Their Mark

College of Engineering Dean Elizabeth Loboa told 272 graduating seniors that engineering lives on the frontiers of science and technology, and their mission—as engineers, as scientists and as researchers is to go into the world and extend the frontiers of knowledge.


Banquet Celebrates Excellence

Mizzou Engineering’s Office of Diversity and Outreach Initiatives (DOI) and the MU Center for Academic Excellence and Success hosted the third-annual Pursuit of Excellence (POE) Banquet Dec. 3. This banquet celebrates outstanding students, faculty and staff from Mizzou Engineering and offers an opportunity to inspire and congratulate members of the engineering community.

Hayden Seidel

Business-savvy Engineering Students Compete to Win $30,000 in Entrepreneur Quest Student Accelerator Program

The Entrepreneur Quest (EQ) Student Accelerator competition gives students with unique, innovative business ideas a chance to win $30,000 to make their ideas come to life. A third of the teams competing represent the College of Engineering with business ventures offering one-stop athletic apparel and equipment, tackling untrustworthy package delivery and connecting those who need tasks done to those who will complete them.

Mizzou NSBE members

Mizzou NSBE Named Top Chapter, Again

The Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) continued to garner accolades at the Region 5 Fall Conference in St. Louis Oct. 24-27. For the fifth year in a row, the Mizzou NSBE chapter was selected as the ‘Missouri Zone Most Outstanding Chapter,’ encompassing Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota.

Melinda Groves

Emerging engineer Melinda Groves spends summer at NASA

Senior Melinda Groves spent this past summer interning at one of the nation’s most iconic federal agencies: NASA. Working as a mechanical engineering intern, Groves was based at the NASA John Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, as part of the Icing Research group.


College celebrates latest Dean’s, MEP fellowship recipients

The College of Engineering celebrated its newest recipients of the Dean’s Engineering Excellence Fellowship and the Multicultural Engineering Program Graduate Fellowship with a luncheon recently.

Janae Bradley holding the Dr. Donald M. Suggs Dissertation Support Fellowship plaque.

Mizzou Engineering’s Bradley earns esteemed graduate fellowship

Fifth-year Biomedical, Biological & Chemical Engineering doctoral candidate Janae Bradley recently earned the 2019 Dr. Donald M. Suggs Dissertation Support Fellowship.


Career Fair 2019: Repetition pays off for Scanlan

There’s a reason why Scanlan has attended eight career fairs: The exposure is invaluable. Employers "are seeing hundreds, if not thousands, of applications. You can’t let them stumble upon you. You really have to be like, ‘No, I’m the one you’re hiring,’” he said.