Industry consortium guides expansion of construction management programming
Mizzou Engineering continues to expand programming around construction management with assistance from industry representatives from some of the top firms in the country.
Industry experts to help grow construction management program
With help from some of the top firms in the country, Mizzou Engineering will expand offerings and experiences that prepare students for construction management.
CELDi symposium connects industry, industrial engineering faculty, students
Industry leaders, faculty from several universities and industrial engineering students last week discussed supply chain issues, presented research and learned about ways they can help one another. The annual Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Research Symposium brought about 45 attendees to Mizzou.
Mizzou Engineering forms Construction Management Industry Consortium
Mizzou Engineering has formed a Construction Management Industry Consortium to expand program offerings and experiences for students. And the timing couldn't be better.
EECS Industrial Advisory Board holds virtual meeting
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Industrial Advisory Board received an update on the department in a virtual meeting, held on Dec. 7.
Mizzou Cybersecurity Center Forms New Industrial Advisory Board
Mizzou Cybersecurity Center directors have assembled an all-star team of industry professionals to guide the future of research and education around cybersecurity strategies. The new Mizzou Cybersecurity Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) will help plan center activities, provide input into research and educational curricula and consider potential strategic partnerships between the center and their respective organizations.
Mizzou Engineers cap college experience with real-world opportunities
Advanced coursework and difficult problems challenge MU Engineering students throughout their undergraduate studies, but in senior capstone courses, they have the opportunity to apply all they’ve learned to real-world problems.
Shelter provides support to computing, IT student orgs
Getting involved with student organizations not only helps companies recruit high-quality interns and full-time hires, but also helps faculty and students adjust to the needs of an ever-changing workforce. That’s why Shelter Insurance recently made a donation to support three Computer Science/Information Technology student organizations at Mizzou.