The program, which honors outstanding work in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics subjects, awards research-based master’s and doctoral students such as Ben Latimer.
Luke Guerdan and Evan Teters were among the 211 winners selected from a pool of 1,280 natural sciences, mathematics and engineering students nationwide.
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering undergraduate Molly Laird earned the CELDi Outstanding Undergraduate Student Achievement Award for her outstanding research done on behalf of the organization.
Seyed Moein Rassoulinejad-Mousavi earned the Anderson Award, one of two awards given for either teaching or research excellence by a graduate student at the University of Missouri.
Honored for his paper, “Improving Computerized Charting in an Intensive Care Unit,” IMSE undergraduate Benjamin Smith participated in a panel and luncheon at the Reynolds Alumni Center.
The Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) claimed Most Outstanding Large Organization honors, and Mizzou Students’ Underwater Robotics Foundation (SURF) nabbed the title of Best New Organization at the Chancellor’s Excellence Awards in April.
Mizzou NSBE was named Region V Medium Sized Chapter of the Year for chapters with less than 75 members. The chapter also won the National T.O.R.C.H. (Technical Outreach and Community Help) Chapter of the Year for their work in the Columbia community and had two members elected to regional leadership.
Mizzou NSBE was named the Most Outstanding Chapter in the MO Zone for the second consecutive year, and two individual members won a trio of awards.
MU Nuclear Engineering graduate student Andrea Saltos earned first-place honors in the student poster competition at the recent Institute of Nuclear Materials Management Annual Meeting in Indian Wells, Calif.