Team develops method to automatically detect, identify trees
Mizzou Engineering students are developing innovative methods and software to automatically detect and identify tree species
Fulbright Award paves way for study of construction practices in India
A Mizzou Engineer has received a Fulbright award to study ways to improve construction practices in India — work that could impact the country’s economy.
ZOUPEAC looks to build construction management professionals
A new organization will bring together students interested in pursuing careers in construction management and in becoming a licensed professional engineer. The Mizzou Professional Engineers And Construction (ZOUPEAC) held its chartering ceremony on Monday, Nov. 15.
Sustainability starts at the local level, new book shows
Mizzou Assistant Professor Damon Hall co-authored a book looking at sustainability issues from the vantage point of landowners and other stakeholders along the Yellowstone River.
Mizzou Engineers study markings states use to direct drivers through work zones
Mizzou Engineers have wrapped up a comprehensive review of the materials states use to temporarily direct drivers through highway work zones and the various methods they rely on to remove those markings.
CEE alumni mentor students
The Civil Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni held its first Student Mentoring Session on Monday, Nov. 8 at Mizzou Engineering. “This is the inaugural mentoring event for civil and environmental engineering (CEE) led…
Mizzou Engineer studies trail bridges as part of E4C Fellowship
Abdul Rashid Mussah investigated the effectiveness of trail bridges as part of a fellowship with Engineering 4 Change.
Civil Engineer helps MoDOT study New Madrid evacuation routes
A Mizzou Engineer is helping state officials better understand evacuation routes were an earthquake to hit the New Madrid area.
Trauth receives Watershed Management Achievement Award
Mizzou Engineering’s Kate Trauth has received a prestigious award for significant contributions to the field of watershed management.
Researcher helps AAAS, HBCU group envision a zero hunger world
Solving issues around global hunger will require collaboration among diverse groups approaching the problem from multiple angles. That was one take-away from a presentation Mizzou’s Kiruba Krishnaswamy gave on Aug. 26 at a webinar hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).