Missouri Compacts: Student Success, Page 25

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Quintet shines at Research and Creative Activities Forum

Five Mizzou Engineering graduate students participated in the Research and Creative Activities Forum on Friday at Jesse Hall. The event was sponsored by the MU Graduate Professional Council, and the forum’s stated goal is “to showcase research and creative activities while providing valuable experience and feedback.”

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19 Engineers serve those in need with Mizzou Alternative Breaks

For a photo album featuring Mizzou Engineering students on Mizzou Alternative Breaks, click here. During breaks, groups of Mizzou students volunteer in various places in need nationwide as part of Mizzou Alternative…

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Four Entrepreneur Quest finalists powered by Engineers

Mizzou Engineers aren’t just technically proficient; many of them have an entrepreneurial spirit and the skills to create great products and companies. Four of the 10 teams at Tuesday’s Entrepreneur Quest Student Accelerator event, powered by the UM System, featured Engineering students.

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Mizzou MCAA takes third in national competition

Mizzou’s chapter of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) took home third place in the MCAA Student Competition at the MCAA National Convention last week in Phoenix.

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Water work: Duo presents at Emerging Researchers National Conference

The Emerging Researchers National Conference (ERN) in STEM selects top student researchers to present groundbreaking projects, with the goal of advancing their abilities to effectively communicate in the science community and ultimately their future careers. Two Mizzou Engineers were among the high-caliber students selected.

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Engineering leaders emerge as part of 2019 Mizzou ’39 class

Mizzou ’39 recipients are among the best and brightest seniors MU has to offer. These are students equipped with the skills to lead on immediately after graduation and the resume to match. Two members of this year’s class are Mizzou Engineering students — Trent Wideman and Julia Wopata.

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A fine fellow: Grad student receives prestigious federal fellowship

Jacob Kaltenbronn wasn’t planning on going to graduate school. Then he landed an undergraduate research opportunity in the transportation laboratory run by Professor Carlos Sun. And now, he’s the recipient of a prestigious graduate fellowship.

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Develop[Her] focuses on supporting women in computing

Develop[Her] recently held its first meeting, with more than 40 interested students coming to Lafferre Hall to learn more about the nascent organization. Develop[Her] currently is working through the process to become officially recognized by MU and the College according to founders and Mizzou Engineering students Jamie Flores, Madison Williams and Paul Orton.

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Mizzou Engineering duo wins national Traffic Control Device Challenge

Jacob Kaltenbronn and Zhu Qing are veteran competitors in the Traffic Control Device Challenge (TCDC), but this time they took home the gold.

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Career Fair: Opportunity knocks for Mizzou Engineers

Attending the career fair was beneficial in more ways than connecting undergraduate Celestene Sebag with companies. It allowed her the opportunity to promote herself and to gain valuable interviewing and networking skills.