On a recent visit to the College of Engineering, alumnus Art Breipohl and his wife Shirley were so impressed with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s teaching fellowship program, they made a gift to the department to fund a fifth fellow for this academic year.
Noah D. Manring, the Glen A. Barton Professor of mechanical engineering, was appointed interim associate dean for research of the University of Missouri College of Engineering, effective May 15.
The University of Missouri was selected by the International Research and Exchanges Board to participate in the Iraq University Linkage Program (ULP). This initiative is aimed at building sustainable partnerships between Iraqi and U.S. universities to help develop Iraqi universities’ capacity to engage globally and to promote social and economic development in Iraq. In October, […]
Mizzou Engineering leaders will kick off a $21 million renovation of their campus headquarters Friday, launching a multiyear plan to rebuild the college into an interdisciplinary teaching and research hub. The $21 million project calls for razing the civil engineering portion of Lafferre Hall—built in 1922—and replacing it with upgraded classrooms and laboratories useable by […]
Sam Kiger, a former CoE civil and environmental engineering department chair and an internationally recognized expert in blast resistant structural design, is the college’s new associate dean for research. The position has been open since former Associate Dean for Research Noah Manring stepped into an administrative position at Princeton University about a month ago. CoE […]
The high–tech American soldier—equipped with computers, radios and night–vision goggles—is by now a familiar figure. Less well–known is the physical and logistical burden the electronic equipment represents. Soldiers already are laden with tens of pounds of batteries to provide power for all the electronic devices and weaponry so prominent on today’s battlefield, and the military’s […]
Two MU College of Engineering research centers probably will celebrate their one–year milestones with a $6 million shot in the arm from the federal government. The Senate Appropriations Committee in Washington, D.C. has included $3.5 million for the CoE’s International Center for Nano/Micro Systems and Nanotechnology in next year’s national defense budget, Sen. Kit Bond […]