Runge receives prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Brooke Runge, who is completing her master’s degree in electrical engineering in May, has been selected to receive a 2023 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The highly selective Fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students and those entering into a graduate program.
Mizzou Engineering students take honors at Show Me Research Week
Six engineering students took honors at Show Me Research Week on campus last week. Show Me Research Week, a collaboration between the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Bond Life Sciences Center, included poster presentations, guest lectures and special activities. More than 55 engineering students presented.
Students show off projects at Show Me Research Week
Clean water, healthcare and education - all topics that impact nearly every person, and all topics that were researched and presented by Mizzou Engineers at Show Me Research Week.
Explore graduate school, funding opportunities at Research Open House
Did you know earning a master’s degree significantly boosts your earning potential? Or, if you’re interested in pursuing a career in research, whether in an academic or lab setting, a PhD is a must. Don’t worry; Mizzou Engineering can help cover the cost of graduate school for qualified students.
Getting Involved: Mizzou Engineering Student Council Hosts BBQ for New Students and Student Organizations
This year’s New Student BBQ at Peace Park attracted a large crowd, thanks to the work of the Mizzou Engineering Student Council (MESC).
Students address equity at Diverse Engineering Professionals Conference
Mizzou Engineering students addressed the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields during the fifth annual Diverse Engineering Professionals Conference.
Meet Roger Fales
Meet Roger Fales, associate dean of student services and academic program and a researcher who is helping premature babies breathe better.
Clinical trial testing automatic oxygen control device for premature infants
Eric Stann / MU News Bureau The consequences are dire for the health of a premature baby — too much oxygen can cause blindness, and too little oxygen can cause brain damage and other negative health effects. Some premature babies need the help of life-saving machines in a neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU, to…
Fales, Guidoboni Named Associate Deans
Mizzou Engineering has two new associate deans committed to student success and research excellence. Interim Dean Noah Manring named Roger Fales associate dean of student services & academic programs and Giovanna Guidoboni associate dean for research.
Symposium Inspires Ideas for Enhancing Digital Classroom Experience
The College of Engineering faculty came together recently for the 2nd annual Symposium on Engineering Teaching Excellence. This virtual event allowed faculty to share best practices for teaching online and to learn from others’ experiences.