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Getting to Know Mizzou Engineering

From lectures and labs to clubs and study abroad programs, Introduction to Engineering (ENGINR 1000) helps new students learn about everything Mizzou Engineering has to offer. The primary goal of this class, which is offered each fall, is designed for those interested in pursuing an engineering degree but not sure which field to pursue. Freshman…

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Mizzou Engineer to Present at Posters on the Hill

A Mizzou Engineer will be among 60 students presenting this week at Posters on the Hill, a prestigious Washington D.C.-based event that showcases top undergraduate researchers in the country. Rebecca Shyu, who is majoring in computer science, presents virtually on Wednesday, April 28.

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#IChooseMizzou: Blake Looking Forward to Gaining New Perspectives at Mizzou Engineering

Lauren Blake can’t wait to become a Mizzou Engineer. The Rolla High School senior is ready to meet new people, take advantage of campus resources and learn more about computer science.

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Meet Dong Xu

Computational capabilities, medical breakthroughs and biological advancements are accelerating at lightning speeds. A Mizzou Engineering researcher is keeping up. Meet Dong Xu, a bioinformatics expert whose fingerprints can be seen across Mizzou Engineering and the MU campus.

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Mizzou Engineering Launches Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics Engineering

More companies are relying on big data to provide insights and make decisions, and that means data-related jobs are on the rise. To meet the demand, Mizzou Engineering has launched a Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics Engineering. The certificate, housed in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department (EECS), is a stand-alone program open to…

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Research Team Training AI to Better Detect Small Objects Shang working with Missouri

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is good at recognizing a single bird in an image. Where it falls short is when it tries to identify hundreds of tiny birds in an aerial photo. Professor Yi Shang and his research team have been working for three years to see where AI can improve its vision when it comes to small objects.