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Robotic dogs, battle bots, AI: MU Robotics Club offers something for everyone

Interested in learning how to operate Spot the robot or how autonomous vacuums navigate their environments? Curious about artificial intelligence? Just want to see some robots fight? No matter your major or skill level, there’s a place for you within MU Robotics.…

The Mizzou Engineering Career Fair welcomed 226 employers

Opportunities abound at the Mizzou Engineering Career Fair

The Mizzou Engineering Career Fair provides opportunities for students to expand their network and find an internship or post-grad job.

Zach Glover receives Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award

Zach Glover receives Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award

Originally Published by Show Me Mizzou. Biomedical engineering major Zach Glover is the recipient of this year’s Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award, which recognizes students who demonstrate the ability to lead and bring out the best in others.

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In pursuit of better lithium-ion batteries

By Eric Stann  |  MU News Bureau From personal electronics to electric vehicles, lithium-ion batteries are used in many technologies today.…

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A Revelation in Norway: Engineering Study Abroad

By Megan Sauls Wilson | MU Undergraduate Studies Bergen Norway, woven with hiking trails overlooking Tveitevannet Lake, immediately enticed Nate Beattie, a computer science major, “I found myself falling into a routine quickly to take advantage of living in a beautiful…

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Graduate enjoys personal mentorship from former VP of Welch Foods

What’s it like to have a former vice president of Welch Foods, Inc., personally mentoring you after college graduation? “It’s been extremely advantageous,” Drew Boswell, BS IE ’22, says. Boswell was one of the first industrial and manufacturing systems engineering students to take advantage of a new mentorship program…

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That Aha Moment: Engineering Study Abroad in Stockholm, Sweden

By Megan Sauls Wilson | MU Undergraduate Studies “I know what I want to do now!” This seems a simple statement, but Mary Todd, a senior in Biomedical Engineering, entered her Spring 2022 study abroad semester in Stockholm Sweden unsure about the direction of her career.…

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Mizzou Engineer using machine learning to solve space debris problem

Companies are launching satellites into orbit at a dizzying pace with no plans to clean them up once they’ve completed their missions. That means dead satellites are floating in space with no one controlling them, leaving them vulnerable to collisions. “Space is becoming more and more crowded,” said Ming Xin, professor of mechanical and aerospace…

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Four inducted into Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni (CEADA)

The Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni (CEADA) inducted four new members on Sept.…

In addition to an innate love for learning and bettering himself, August Hemmerla enjoys hands-on research at Mizzou.

A Passion for Learning

By Mae Bruce | MU Undergraduate Studies All his life, August Hemmerla has loved learning. A homeschooled self-starter, he took many opportunities to broaden his perspectives. When he was 15, he studied in Ecuador…