Associate dean-turned-student sets sights high

After earning his master’s and business degrees at a university abroad, Ecuadorian native Jorge Abad returned to his South American alma mater to teach, rising through the ranks and eventually becoming an associate dean. A student once more, he’s working on his doctoral degree through MU’s IMSE program.

Industrial Assessment Center’s finds successful niche

In 2006, when the University of Missouri’s Industrial Assessment Center (MoIAC) first opened its doors in Columbia, Director Bin Wu, a professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, foresaw success — but that “success” has now developed into a reputation that has benefitted companies and the MoIAC program alike. MoIAC is one of 26 centers […]

Center for Sustainable Energy launched

University of Missouri’s College of Engineering and College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources are seeking campuswide participation in a new center focused on developing renewable energy resources. The MU colleges jointly launched the Center for Sustainable Energy last spring in hopes of establishing Missouri as a leader in the nation’s search for energy sustainability. […]

MU colleges join forces to pursue sustainable energy

University of Missouri’s College of Engineering and College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources are seeking campuswide participation in a new center focused on developing renewable energy resources. The MU colleges jointly launched the Center for Sustainable Energy last spring in hopes of establishing Missouri as a leader in the nation’s search for energy sustainability. […]

MU energy audit workshops meet with success

While an audit that scrutinizes a company’s financial status can potentially reduce its assets, an energy audit by the MU Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) just might save a mid-size industrial plant upwards of $55,000 per year. One of 26 energy assessment centers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy nationwide, MU’s new IAC—run by the […]

College of Engineering selected to run regional energy conservation center

Greater economic prosperity may be as close as the nearest light bulb for many Midwestern manufacturers. So says MU’s new Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) team, one of only 26 centers across the nation recently selected and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The MU center, run by the CoE Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering […]

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