Highly decorated Engineering alumnus shares story, leadership lessons
At Mizzou Engineering, learning happens in the classroom, in the field and in conversations with alumni and other professional engineers. Last week, Colonel John Clark, B.S. ME ’62, M.B.A. ‘75, visited Mizzou Engineering to speak with students in the Engineering Leadership class, taught by Michael Poehlman.
Zach Glover receives Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award
Originally Published by Show Me Mizzou. Biomedical engineering major Zach Glover is the recipient of this year’s Daniel C. Berrey Leadership Award, which recognizes students who demonstrate the ability to lead and bring out the best in others.
Pelch encourages engineering students to find leadership opportunities
Want to become a leader? Find opportunities to lead – they are out there, Steve Pelch, BS ME ’87, told students in an engineering leadership course earlier this week.
VP at Procter & Gamble shares advice with students in leadership course
Knuth, Vice President of Research & Development at Proctor & Gamble, encourages students wanting leadership skills to take Engineering 2001.
Cook, President/CEO of ARCO, shares leadership lessons at Mizzou Engineering
Jeff Cook '83 shared advice with students in the Engineering Leadership and Strategic Communications class on March 1.
Striving to serve the public
As the new president and CEO of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) regional transit agency, Nadine Lee, BS CiE ’92, believes in serving all people well and connecting her daily work to broader societal goals.
Manring named new dean of the College of Engineering
University of Missouri Provost Latha Ramchand today announced that Noah Manring has been named the new dean of the MU College of Engineering. Manring has served as the interim dean of the college since May 2020 following the departure of Elizabeth Loboa. He will assume his new duties on May 1, which include leadership, advocacy for research and education, and continued excellence and growth in research, education and campus diversity.
Developing #MizzouMade Engineering Leaders
Celestene Sebag, a senior in the Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering, knows that when entering the workforce, one doesn’t stop learning.