Storrs, longtime formula car fans, establish endowment for Mizzou Racing
Walter and Sharon Storrs have established an endowment for Mizzou Racing. It’s the College’s first endowment for a student organization.
Five inducted into Chemical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni
Chemical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni inductees. Five new members were inducted into the Chemical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni in October. Now in its 10th year, the Academy recognizes the program’s most prominent alumni and friends. “Members of this esteemed alumni academy exemplify the best in engineering, philanthropy and service,” said Kevin Gillis, chair…
12 inducted into ISE Hall of Fame
2023 ISE Hall of Fame inductees Twelve alumni were inducted into the Industrial and Systems Engineering Hall of Fame at an awards banquet this past weekend.
Distinguished alumni panelists tout benefits of industrial engineering degree
Students interested in business or technical leadership who want to keep career options open should consider a degree in industrial engineering, a group of distinguished Mizzou alumni agreed last week.
Dean’s Advisory Council hears update about College priorities, new building
Mizzou Engineering’s Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC) met Friday, Oct. 20, to discuss priorities and ongoing projects.
Highly decorated Engineering alumnus shares story, leadership lessons
At Mizzou Engineering, learning happens in the classroom, in the field and in conversations with alumni and other professional engineers. Last week, Colonel John Clark, B.S. ME ’62, M.B.A. ‘75, visited Mizzou Engineering to speak with students in the Engineering Leadership class, taught by Michael Poehlman.
Eight inducted into Civil and Environmental Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni
Eight Mizzou Engineering alumni were inducted into the Civil and Environmental Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni (CEADA) at a banquet on Sept. 15.
Mizzou alumna uses web design expertise to give back to engineering, community
Erica Martin, BS CS/IT ’08, has had a whirlwind couple of years. Her business, Pixel Jam Digital, celebrated its fifth anniversary this summer with a current roster of roughly 100 clients from across the globe seeking website and digital design services. Last year, she launched an online database of medical, social and other resources. And she’s been to a few awards ceremonies — Pixel Jam Digital was named a Columbia Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year finalist this summer, and — much to her delight — Martin received the “Nerd of the Year” award from a local non-profit.
College celebrates renovations to chemical engineering laboratory
Mizzou Engineering this week dedicated a chemical engineering lab that gives students and faculty access to leading-edge equipment.
Young alumnus finds success in cybersecurity through desire to learn
Bug hunting isn’t for the faint of heart; those who do it protect millions from digital threats. As a senior security engineer on the Chrome offensive security team, Brendon Tiszka spends his days making sure users stay safe while browsing the internet by scouring lines of code for flaws.