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Hybrid field: healthcare, industrial engineering converge

During her visit to MU, a presenter for the Chancellor’s Distinguished Visitors Series last September, Patricia Brennan, spent some time with the College of Engineering’s industrial and manufacturing systems engineering faculty members discussing the natural pairing of their professional field with nursing.

Hard work pays off with great job offer

Na Deng had a hunch that MU’s College of Engineering would be a good place to study, and Columbia would be a nice place to live. Now that she’s graduated, she’s found that her hard work has paid off with a job offer from American Airlines.

Visual impairment offers unique perspective on technology

Computer science senior Leah McCoy received intraocular implant surgery at 15. She’ll be the first to tell you that computer science is a highly visual field, and her experience with the field has given her the best insight into new forms of technology that can benefit many.

MU assistant professor earns back-to-back Best Paper Awards at international symposium

A team led by Michela Becchi, an assistant professor in the University of Missouri College of Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received the NVIDIA Corporation-sponsored Best Paper Award at the 21st International ACM Symposium on High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing (HPDC ’12). Becchi’s paper, “A Virtual Memory-Based Runtime to Support Multi-tenancy in Clusters […]

Mentoring program for women in engineering redesigned, expanded

Mizzou now has a revamped mentoring program for women, featuring a redesign of the application process and increased options for participants. The program used to be part of the Society of Women Engineers but now operates independently of the organization. Megan Schmidt, the director of mentorship, heads up the new Mizzou Engineering Mentoring (MEM) Program. […]

Engineering sorority emphasizes combination of social, professional activities

The Beta Zeta chapter of the international engineering sorority Alpha Omega Epsilon (AOE) will mark its first full semester as an official chapter at Mizzou starting this month. The sorority began after the director of expansion for AOE contacted women in leadership roles for student organizations at Mizzou. One of those who received an email […]

When late news is good news: Doctoral student receives late summer NSF fellowship

When writing code, Brittany Morago knows that her first results may not always be her final results. She knows one change can make all the difference in the world. Just as she was preparing for her upcoming semester in graduate school, the University of Missouri College of Engineering student got an email that proved even […]

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