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Employers Prepare for Virtual Career Fair

Employers Prepare for Virtual Career Fair

Students aren’t the only ones preparing for the Mizzou Engineering Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Employers are as well. More than 140 organizations have registered to recruit Mizzou Engineering students and alumni from all backgrounds and majors. In fact, many of these companies are currently searching profiles and resumes of those who have […]

Kim Awarded Chang-Lin Tien Scholarship

Kim Awarded Chang-Lin Tien Scholarship

James Kim Jr., a senior biomedical engineering student from St. Louis, was awarded a Chang-Lin Tien Scholarship. This scholarship, given by the UM System, is meant “to support exceptional, civic-minded students”. “Winning the award really reinforced my drive for what I have been doing in terms of civic leadership,” Kim said. During his sophomore year, […]

Interactive Lab Gives IT Students Real-World Experience

Interactive Lab Gives IT Students Real-World Experience

Kyle Shearrer and Jessica Weinberg adjust video settings in the IDE Lab, an interactive lab for Mizzou Engineering. The Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering is known for giving students real-world experience to complement their coursework. Now, a new interactive lab is providing a realistic work environment for students, as well. Three students are operating [...]
Think Globally

Think Globally

Mizzou Engineering recently formed a partnership with Mizzou Study Abroad to provide global learning experiences for engineering students. “We’re excited to work with Mizzou Engineering. This partnership will give students the opportunity to become global leaders in engineering and gain skills on an international level,” Director of Study Abroad Miguel Ayllon said. Study abroad programs […]

Building Big

Building Big

Brooke Dean knows what she wants to do as a civil engineer. “I have always wanted to design intricate buildings,” Dean said. “In order to have my dream career, I need a master’s degree with a structural emphasis.” Dean, who is pursuing a master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) is a 2020-2021 recipient […]

Interactive Digital Environments Lab Benefits Faculty, Students

Interactive Digital Environments Lab Benefits Faculty, Students

IT students will be on hand in the Interactive Digital Environments Lab to assist users and monitor quality. An innovative new lab now open in Lafferre Hall will benefit both faculty and students at Mizzou Engineering. The Interactive Digital Environments Lab will allow instructors to record high-quality lectures and demonstrations. For Information Technology students, the [...]
An All-American Engineer

An All-American Engineer

  Daniel Hein, a senior in mechanical and aerospace engineering, made Mizzou history this past academic year. He was named to his second consecutive Academic All-America® Men’s Division I At-Large First Team. He became the first Mizzou swimmer and only the fifth Mizzou student-athlete to achieve this distinction. Hein has been successful in the water […]

IT Developer Nights to Continue Online this Fall

IT Developer Nights to Continue Online this Fall

IT Developer Nights at Mizzou allow coders and programmers to network with like-minded peers. Students interested in coding and programming are invited to weekly IT Developer Nights at Mizzou Engineering. The event series will continue this fall, although sessions will likely be held online. IT Developer Nights are part social, part academic and part extracurricular. [...]
Career Liftoff

Career Liftoff

Mark Magnante’s internship at Northrop Grumman in Ogden, Utah is helping him learn the role of a test engineer. “For my internship, I am creating flight test plan contingencies for the flight testing of next generation rockets,” Magnante said. “I am gaining insights into methods and procedures to prevent slippage in schedules in terms of […]

ROTC Students and Leaders Adapting in Unique Ways

ROTC Students and Leaders Adapting in Unique Ways

While the COVID-19 pandemic has kept them apart, Army ROTC students at the University of Missouri have pulled together virtually, developing new ways to engage members and maintain community. Army Cadet Battalion Commander Shade Bullock said some students are inspiring others to exercise and maintain their physical training requirements by uploading videos of their at-home […]

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