Four students represented the College of Engineering at the MIT Reality Hack where participants were challenged with developing new cross reality experiences using the industry’s best technology. The hackathon took place in January over five days filled with workshops, networking, and of course, hacking. The MIT Reality Hack is an international competition with half students […]
Business-savvy Engineering Students Compete to Win $30,000 in Entrepreneur Quest Student Accelerator Program
The Entrepreneur Quest (EQ) Student Accelerator competition gives students with unique, innovative business ideas a chance to win $30,000 to make their ideas come to life. EQ is an UM System-wide competition where young entrepreneurs from all four institutions compete within their schools for a top three spot for the initial $30,000. Then, the finalists […]
Programmers and techies camped out for 36 hours in Lafferre Hall this weekend racing to complete apps and develop new hardware at the 2019 TigerHacks hackathon. The competition challenges students from across Missouri to create innovative projects using their computer science and information technology skills. With about 230 hackers and over 8,000 collective hours of […]
The Mizzou chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) continued to garner accolades at the Region 5 Fall Conference in St. Louis Oct. 24-27. For the fifth year in a row, the Mizzou NSBE chapter was selected as the ‘Missouri Zone Most Outstanding Chapter,’ encompassing Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota. […]
Mizzou’s chapter of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) took home third place in the MCAA Student Competition at the MCAA National Convention last week in Phoenix.
Jacob Kaltenbronn and Zhu Qing’s design was a vision-based pedestrian indicator light which would help drivers be more aware of pedestrians.
The Mizzou chapter of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America is one of four semifinalists in the MCAA’s Student Chapter Competition.
A pair of MU Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students took the top two spots in the Best Paper Presentation competition.
Participants in this year’s RJI Student Competition will be challenged to develop products to help improve lives in smart homes through news delivery.