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150 Years of Leadership: Jim Fitterling

How do you run a $55 billion company, find innovative ways to reduce carbon emissions worldwide, advocate for LGBTQ rights, combat racial injustice and help Ukraine — all while helping ensure the next generation of engineers are prepared for the workforce? We don’t know, but Jim Fitterling is doing it.

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Music to his ears: Full-tuition scholarship guarantees sophomore engineering employment after graduation

Graham Bond — a sophomore mechanical engineering major  — has just been awarded a full-tuition scholarship that guarantees him two years of civilian employment with the Department of Defense immediately after he graduates.

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Mizzou NSBE finds opportunities at national convention

Members of the organization traveled to California for their national organization’s convention and found networking and job opportunities in the Golden State.

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More than 60 engineering students to present at Undergraduate Research Week

More than 60 Mizzou Engineering students are presenting their research as part of MU Undergraduate Research Week.

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Daughter Day inspires young women to learn more about engineering

Women belong in engineering. That was one take-away from Mizzou Engineering Daughter Day, an event that invites Missouri middle and high school students to spend the day as a Mizzou Engineer.

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Engineering team receives $3M to develop improved blast-resistant curtain walls

A Mizzou Engineering team is investigating ways to keep large glass exteriors from shattering.

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Mizzou Engineer earns merit award at MU Visual Art & Design Showcase

Emily Werner, a senior in mechanical engineering, proved just how artistic the field can be when she recently won an Award of Merit in Applied Design at MU’s Visual Art and Design Showcase.

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Engineering undergraduates present research at Missouri Capitol

Missouri lawmakers this week heard about how Mizzou Engineering researchers are turning byproducts into nutritious foods, assessing water quality in the state and improving the accuracy of large-scale smart city synthetic environments

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Researcher studying ways to maximize environmental benefits of green algae

Diatoms are abundant in nature and their structures could be used for environmentally friendly, high-value products, technologies to clean our air and new methods to purify our water.

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Mizzou Engineering forms Construction Management Industry Consortium

Mizzou Engineering has formed a Construction Management Industry Consortium to expand program offerings and experiences for students. And the timing couldn't be better.