Missouri Compacts: Student Success, Page 26

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A blueprint for Solar Decathlon success

For Megan Wahlquist, the moment of triumph wasn’t the award presentation. It wasn’t when she and her cohorts deftly answered every question from the panel of judges. It wasn’t even the round of congratulatory handshakes from industry professionals.

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College honors next generation of engineering leaders

The University of Missouri College of Engineering recognized more than 500 graduate and undergraduate students for their academic success at the Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

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Graduate takes Mizzou Engineering’s ‘bridge to a higher level’

Mizzou Engineering seniors followed all kinds of paths to get to the same destination — Saturday’s commencement ceremony at Mizzou Arena. They come from a variety of backgrounds, have achieved success in different ways and have developed expertise in a multitude of areas.

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Engineering’s Nguyen turns success into Gold(water)

Julie Nguyen is one of just 496 students nationwide to earn a prestigious scholarship from the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.

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Mizzou senior’s NSF Graduate Fellowship a dream achieved

As a freshman, Mizzou Engineering undergraduate Sarah Gebken set a lofty goal — earn a spot National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program her senior year. The NSF GRFP is the oldest fellowship in the nation supporting graduate research, and it provides funding for outstanding students pursuing research-based graduate degrees at accredited universities nationwide.

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College opens door for second annual Research Day showcase

Each year, Mizzou Engineering opens its doors to showcase the great work going on in its labs — work that has tremendous benefit and impact locally and globally.

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Don’t sleep on RJI Student Competition winner NewSnooze

In the age of smart phones and the Internet of Things, the way people get their news is continually evolving, and the journalism industry is constantly working to improve the experience and convenience of news consumption.

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Six Engineers tapped into secret societies on Tap Day

Five Mizzou Engineering students and one alumnus were chosen for induction into secret societies this year and were revealed at Friday’s Tap Day ceremony at Jesse Hall.

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Mizzou NSBE well represented at Annual Convention

The National Society of Black Engineers Annual Convention is one of the highlights of the year for NSBE chapters nationwide. Mizzou Engineering’s chapter received lofty accolades and took advantage of networking opportunities at this year’s event.

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Building skills by building a better tomorrow

Engineering majors joined the roughly 60 Mizzou students who participated in Veritas Mizzou’s Won by One to Jamaica mission trip over spring break. The group worked alongside the local community of Harmons, Jamaica, to aid the less fortunate with home construction and more.