Mark Virkler will retire on Sept. 1, having served the last 10 years as chair of the Civil and Engineering Department. He additionally spent three years as director of graduate studies and three more years as director of undergraduate studies, in addition to his research and teaching work.
In recognition of her contributions to the out-of-class learning experiences of her students, Sarah Orton, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering was one of 10 faculty, staff and administrators presented with a 2009 Excellence in Education award from the University of Missouri’s Division of Student Affairs on April 21. The 13-year-old award was developed […]
Anyone who knew Bill Davidson can tell you what an unpretentious and unfailingly generous man he was, qualities that are reflected in his gift to the University of Missouri’s College of Engineering. Davidson chose to endow The William Andrew Davidson Professorship in Civil Engineering-the first-ever endowed professorship in the department-with a gift of $590,000, the […]
Two Mizzou civil engineering students have earned berths in prestigious Washington, D.C. programs slated for this spring and summer. Senior James Bryce will participate this summer in the nine-week Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) program, ranked among the best 109 internships in the nation by The Princeton Review. Graduate student Kathy Masterson will […]