Women in Engineering Week: Shining a Light on Diversity
The MU College of Engineering is a welcoming, inclusive college, and that message was the theme and the focus of Women in Engineering (WIE) Week, Feb. 17 – 21. Events got underway Feb. 17 with a kick-off social in Lafferre Hall, where Mizzou Engineering students had an opportunity to meet with the leaders of several student organizations that are co-sponsoring WIE Week this semester.
Tactile map near Jesse Hall invites inclusion
A new tactile map, created by MU's 3D Printing Club and installed near Jesse Hall is the first of its kind for MU. The map, unveiled Dec. 3 to celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, features hard plastic versions of the buildings on the Northwest quadrant of campus, from McReynolds to Tate Hall.
Students Develop Innovative, Artistic Technology in Third Annual TigerHacks Competition
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.
MU’s Harmon seeks to pay research experience forward through new org
The ability to do engineering-related research in high school helped start Josh Harmon down the path toward becoming an engineer. Now a freshman at Mizzou Engineering, he’s working to pay it forward through a new student organization.
Hands-on activities highlight Show Me Mizzou Day
More than 2,000 people visited the University of Missouri campus for its first Show Me Mizzou Day on Saturday, April 13, and many stopped by the wide array of activities and tables in and around the College of Engineering’s Lafferre and Neff Halls.
Mizzou NSBE well represented at Annual Convention
The National Society of Black Engineers Annual Convention is one of the highlights of the year for NSBE chapters nationwide. Mizzou Engineering’s chapter received lofty accolades and took advantage of networking opportunities at this year’s event.
Develop[Her] focuses on supporting women in computing
Develop[Her] recently held its first meeting, with more than 40 interested students coming to Lafferre Hall to learn more about the nascent organization. Develop[Her] currently is working through the process to become officially recognized by MU and the College according to founders and Mizzou Engineering students Jamie Flores, Madison Williams and Paul Orton.
Shelter provides support to computing, IT student orgs
Getting involved with student organizations not only helps companies recruit high-quality interns and full-time hires, but also helps faculty and students adjust to the needs of an ever-changing workforce. That’s why Shelter Insurance recently made a donation to support three Computer Science/Information Technology student organizations at Mizzou.