Through internship at NASA, Mizzou Engineer finds satellite imagery key to monitoring environmental changes
The ice that used to cover roughly 85% of Alaska is thawing, causing ground to collapse and putting communities at risk. Jaweed Nazary, a Ph.D. student in civil and environmental engineering, has found that satellite imagery is key to pinpointing exactly which locations are most susceptible to these changing conditions.
Graduate student to use environmental engineering, data analysis skills at NASA
He grew up in a water-strapped village in Afghanistan, worked as a water engineer who helped similar communities and wants to continue to conduct research around environmental problems while teaching future generations. In the meantime, Jaweed Nazary will spend his summer working at NASA.
‘Nothing is impossible’: Gonzalez explores the unknown during NASA internship
At Mizzou Engineering, students connect with top organizations to conduct internships and co-ops. Jazmin Renteria Gonzalez, an electrical engineering major, spent her summer at NASA. We asked her about the experience. Tell us about your internship at NASA. What was your role and primary responsibility? I was an intern as part of the Pathways Program…
Langenbeck recognized with Mizzou Alumni Association Faculty Alumni Award
In 1979, Sharon Langenbeck became the first woman at Mizzou to graduate with a doctorate in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Mizzou Engineer helps NASA streamline processes during internship
A Mizzou Engineering student worked in NASA to help streamline space program processes during a summer internship.
Mizzou Engineers to return to G-FORCE ONE to study condensation in zero-gravity environment
A Mizzou Engineering team has received funding from NASA to conduct research around water condensation within a zero-gravity environment.
From Mizzou to Mars: Engineering Alumnus Works on Mars Ascent Vehicle
A Mizzou Engineer’s digital fingerprints will be on the Mars Ascent Vehicle when it makes its historic voyage to the Red Planet in 2026. Christopher Whetsel ’19, works at NASA and has been involved in the program both on the software engineering and project management side.