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Office of Undergraduate Research awards S.T.A.R. to six engineering students

Six Mizzou Engineering students have been recognized for participating in  at least five workshops offered by the Office of Undergraduate Research.

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Easley takes first place at IMSE Undergraduate Research Competition

Senior Madeline Easley recently took first place in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering’s (IMSE) Undergraduate Research Competition.

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Mizzou Engineering graduates ready to explore new worlds

Mizzou Engineers are graduating this weekend ready to explore new worlds. For some, that means entering new work environments. Others will continue exploration in graduate school. And some will explore realms beyond our own. 

Josh Ward, Mizzou Engineering graduate, BS computer science

Ready for the next chapter

After a nontraditional college experience, engineering graduate Josh Ward is ready to tackle a career opportunity with Amazon.

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150 Years of Mizzou Engineering: 2020 – Today

Our celebration of the 150th anniversary of Mizzou Engineering’s incorporation wraps up this month with a recap of recent years and a sneak peek of what’s ahead.

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Researcher developing new ways to fabricate microprobes, nano electrodes

A Mizzou Engineering faculty member is developing new ways to fabricate microprobes and nano electrodes that will help researchers across campus.

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Ma honored with Progress in Entrepreneurship Award; Calyam nominated in education category

Curators Professor Hongbin “Bill” Ma, chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was honored with the 2022 Progress in Entrepreneurship Award from the Columbia Missourian this week.

Mizzou NSBE members Hirut Suraphel, Justin Agudah, Mariam Morafa, Taja Hawkins, Elijah Beamon, Nonso Ogbuefi, Awa-Bousso Gueye, Trenton Foster, Chanel Wheeler, Emajin Brown, Trinity Brown, Xavier Fraizer, Jaden Findley, Ogheneobarome Emeje and Lawrence Ogbuli

Mizzou NSBE members find success at regional conference

Members of the Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) racked up five awards at the NSBE Region V Fall Regional Conference this fall.

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Research team devises technique to separate crude oil, water

A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a new technique to separate crude oil and water, which could reduce the amount of contaminated water stored on industrial sites.

Alexa Henry, Brazeal Scholar

Alexa Henry: Lifelong Learner and Teacher

Not one to sit idly by, Henry set her sights on getting more involved on campus. Already a Brazeal Scholar, Henry has made the most of her opportunities and carved out a community for herself at Mizzou that will stick with her the rest of her life.