Justina Wilkins believed attending college was essential, even in 6th grade when selected as a Kauffman Scholar. She knew her hard work would pay off once she went to college. “Staying with the program took a large amount of determination and persistence,” Wilkins said. “I did not have stress-free summer breaks as I studied for […]
Mizzou Engineering hosted its first-ever Virtual Career Fair in September 2020. More than 750 students and alumni interacted with nearly 150 employers from all engineering areas within the College of Engineering. Brooke Runge, a double major in mechanical engineering and mathematics, was at first apprehensive about the change from the traditional in-person format. However, for […]
An incoming freshman’s transition to college can be a daunting challenge. Having to achieve academically plus meet new people in an all-new environment is stressful. To reduce this stress, Mizzou Engineering conducts its Engineering Success Bridge Program for incoming freshmen students. This free program allows these students to get a small sample of college life […]
Symposium on Engineering Teaching Excellence Encourages Engineering Faculty to Continue Growing as Professors
The Symposium on Engineering Teaching Excellence inspired the College of Engineering’s faculty with new teaching skills aimed at enhancing students’ educational experience. The symposium was hosted by the Dean’s Council for Teaching Excellence (DCTE) Organizing Committee on Friday, Dec. 6, for the College’s professors to learn different approaches to facilitate engineering learning in the classroom. […]
A total of 129 students descended on Trout Lodge in Potosi, Mo., to build leadership skills and relationships that will serve as a support network during their time at Mizzou Engineering.
MU Biomedical, Biological & Chemical Engineering senior Zachary Valleroy — who has a double major in physics — maximized his engineering and leadership skills this summer, landing an internship with Textron Aviation.