Each year, Mizzou Engineering opens its doors to showcase the great work going on in its labs — work that has tremendous benefit and impact locally and globally.
A total of 296 undergraduates and 85 graduate students became the next Mizzou Made engineering leaders at MU Engineering’s Fall 2018 Commencement Ceremony.
The banquet celebrates outstanding students, faculty and staff from Mizzou Engineering who are from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in engineering and those who work to support their efforts.
The goal of the program is to bring engineers and clinicians together to develop novel solutions to pressing medical needs. As such, the three projects funded this year — a total of $302,000 — include faculty members from Mizzou Engineering and the School of Medicine.
The departments of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering will join together to form the Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering Department starting this academic year.
University of Missouri Chancellor Alexander Cartwright appointed MU Engineering Dean Elizabeth Loboa as the vice chancellor for Strategic Partnerships during his campus address on Wednesday.
MU hosted the Precision Medicine Summit on Wednesday, which brought exceptional faculty from MU as well as Missouri-Kansas City, Missouri-St. Louis, and Missouri S&T to highlight the breadth and quality of translational precision medicine research activities.
A new generation of Mizzou Made engineering leaders received their diplomas and one final send-off at the University of Missouri College of Engineering Spring 2018 Commencement Ceremony held on Friday at Mizzou Arena.
Nearly 300 undergraduates celebrated their graduation from the University of Missouri College of Engineering at Saturday’s Commencement Ceremony at the Hearnes Center, taking their place as the next generation of Mizzou Made engineering leaders. A total of 283 students earned undergraduate degrees, to go with 101 students who earned master’s or doctorate degrees after completing […]