Spot, meet President Choi

Spot, meet President Choi

What do you get when the University of Missouri President, five undergraduate engineering students and three robot dogs meet in Jesse Hall? A little laughter, some robotic dance moves and an encounter junior Trevontae’ Haughton won’t soon forget. “Doing research and working with Spot has been my favorite experience at Mizzou,” Haugton, a student from […]

IMSE Capstone Projects – Spring 2021

IMSE Capstone Projects – Spring 2021

Industrial engineering education at Mizzou concludes with a two-semester capstone project. These capstone projects give students the chance to put what they’ve learned so far in their classes to the test through working with an actual company (manufacturing, health care or logistics) on a project they provide. Students work with classmates in small groups, together […]

Getting her hands dirty

Getting her hands dirty

By Marcus Wilkins Every Saturday morning, as the Mid-Missouri sun gleams off vendors’ tents and the aromas of breakfast burritos mingle with wildflowers, handmade soap and fresh produce, Veronica Fritz surveys the bustling scene and smiles. The 2021 Udall Scholar feels right at home among the artisans and agronomists at the Columbia Farmers Market where […]

Students receive “Shout-Outs” for their on-campus work

Students receive “Shout-Outs” for their on-campus work

Mizzou Engineering students learn beyond just the classroom or lab. They also learn transferable skills and enhance their education by working on campus. These students support their peers and staff. That is why the MU Career Center instituted the “Student Shout-Out” recognition program, which encourages supervisors to highlight student employees’ good work. Supervisors write short […]

Graduate Samantha Sample off to NYC to Work as Software Engineer

Graduate Samantha Sample off to NYC to Work as Software Engineer

With two internships at Google, research experience and a Mizzou Engineering education behind her, 2021 graduate Samantha Sample is headed to New York City to work as a software engineer. Sample is receiving a bachelor’s in computer science and will be among the 300-plus undergraduate engineers participating in commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 15. Following graduation, [...]
Atanasov Heading to Bulgaria to Work in Cloud Computing

Atanasov Heading to Bulgaria to Work in Cloud Computing

Adrian Atanasov graduates this weekend after five years of juggling school and a full-time job. It was grueling at times, he said, but he wouldn’t change a thing. “Working and going to school at the same time turned me into a different person than I would have been had I just gone to school,” he [...]
Four Mizzou Engineers Recognized for Academic Distinction

Four Mizzou Engineers Recognized for Academic Distinction

Four Mizzou Engineers were recognized with the Award for Academic Distinction. From left: Molly Harrison, James Kim, Brandon Lee and Rebecca Shyu. Four Mizzou Engineers were recognized with the Academic Award for Distinction from the University of Missouri. Campus leaders presented the award to a total of 15 recipients across Mizzou at a small ceremony [...]
#IChooseMizzou: Alcabasa to Bring Love of Trains to Mizzou Engineering

#IChooseMizzou: Alcabasa to Bring Love of Trains to Mizzou Engineering

Anthony Alcabasa won’t have to travel far to go to college, but he hopes to use his civil engineering degree to help others travel the world. Alcabasa, a senior at Tolton Catholic High School, plans to major in civil engineering this fall to learn more about transportation systems. “I’m not sure where I want to [...]

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