Missouri Compacts - Student Success, Page 4

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Mechanical Engineering Chair reflects on the students behind his research

As a lover of learning, himself, Hongbin "Bill" Ma continues to foster the next generation of researchers and creators.

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150 Years of Student Success: S-STEM Scholar Awa-Bousso Gueye

Awa-Bousso Gueye dreams of being a civil engineer to improve living conditions and ensure the safety of our environment. Learn why this S-STEM Scholar and Kansas City, Missouri resident chose Mizzou.

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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.

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Mizzou Engineers help locate remote bomas in East Africa through geospatial AI

Mizzou Engineers have helped a non-profit agency by using artificial intelligence to locate bomas, or small huts, in remote areas of Eastern Africa.

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Two Mizzou Engineers ‘Tapped’ for Mystical Seven Honor Society

Congratulations to computer science juniors Justin Agudah and Stephen Miller for being selected, or “tapped," to be part of Mizzou’s Mystical Seven honor society!

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iREDEFINE Workshop helps prepare Parvin for career in academia

Dilruba Parvin is more prepared for a career in academia thanks to insights from the nation’s top engineering chairs. Parvin, a fourth-year PhD student studying electrical and computer engineering, recently attended the iREDEFINE Workshop, part of the 2022 ECEDHA Annual Conference in New Orleans.

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Hassan one of two named Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year

The MU Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year awards annually recognize two individuals for their excellence in mentorship. This year’s winners includes Omiya Hassan, a PhD student in electrical engineering and computer science.

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Glover shares experience, advice with engineering students

Walk in other people’s shoes and understand their perspectives. Have a good attitude when you give and receive feedback. And follow the golden rule — treat others the way you want to be treated. Those were some key pieces of advice Matt Glover, ECE ’01, shared with Mizzou Engineering students last week.

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CEO of Burns & McDonnell shares advice with engineering students

Take advantage of opportunities, ask a lot of questions, and have a genuine interest in what you’re doing, Ray Kowalik, CE ’85, MS CE ’99, said.

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New camp introduces high school students to engineering

It’s never too early to start exploring new interests, especially in STEM fields. That’s why faculty in mechanical and aerospace engineering have begun a one-day camp for high school students.