Mizzou Engineering confers more than 400 degrees at Spring Commencement
More than 400 students graduated from Mizzou Engineering this past weekend, the largest class since 2019. Roseanna N. Zia, Associate Dean of Research and Wollersheim Professor, joined UM President Mun Choi to confer degrees at the Sunday, May 14, ceremony at Mizzou Arena.
Driving toward success
Four years ago, Ogheneobarome “Obaro” Emeje chose Mizzou to stay close to her family. Little did she know, she would find a second one once she arrived.
Graduates reflect on time at Mizzou and look forward to the future
Each spring, Mizzou Engineering students bury their heads in coursework, try to enjoy the gorgeous weather and think about the exciting experiences that summer brings. For graduates, that routine changes as they look to their future careers, graduate school and new adventures.
Mizzou Engineering confers 175 degrees at 2022 Winter Commencement
Mizzou Engineers on Friday graduated with the technical and foundational skills needed to solve some of society’s most pressing challenges. Dean Noah Manring and Provost Latha Ramchand conferred 175 degrees at Winter 2022 Commencement.
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.
Ready for the next chapter
After a nontraditional college experience, engineering graduate Josh Ward is ready to tackle a career opportunity with Amazon.
Rogers: MU Materials Science & Engineering Institute will be catalyst for innovation
The new MU Materials Science & Engineering Institute will be a catalyst for innovative research and discoveries that could lead to technologies to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems, Dr.…
Mizzou Engineering confers more than 350 degrees at 2022 Commencement
Mizzou Engineers graduated this weekend equipped with the foundational understanding and technical know-how needed to tackle some of the world’s most significant challenges.
Mizzou experiences at the core of preparing Jackson for job at Apple
When she first came to Mizzou, Riley Jackson had never met an engineer. After she graduates on Friday, she’s headed to Apple where she’ll lead a team of engineers as a project manager in new product introduction. What a difference four years make.
Space to learn: Merkel prepared for aerospace engineering industry
University of Missouri graduate Anna Merkel is headed to the aerospace engineering industry where she hopes to help further space exploration.