Jacob Huskey conducts research at MU through the Discovery Fellows program, which puts freshmen honors students in a research lab with a faculty member as soon as they arrive on campus.
Working with Mark Milanick, a professor of medical pharmacology and physiology, Huskey is attempting to develop a new way for doctors to measure the volume of the human body. Learn More
After spending the summer of 2011 in Washington, D.C., where he studied the policies of human space travel as part of the Washington Internships for Student Engineering (WISE) program, Marc Canellas had an idea. He wanted to organize a conference to discuss the connection between engineering and politics. Learn More
A senior accounting major in the Trulaske College of Business, Jessica Cui has been part of the Cornell Leadership Program since her freshman year. The program has taken her to New York to meet with major company CEOs and visit the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. She has job shadowed at companies in Chicago and this fall she will travel to Chile to visit with that’s countries top business leaders. Learn More
It didn’t take Abigail Keel long to make a name for herself at Mizzou, and after just one year on campus, she was voted president of Sustain Mizzou for the 2012-13 year. Learn More
Award-winning teachers, such as Steven Keller, associate professor of Chemistry, lead Mizzou Honors courses. Keller won a William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence award for his dedication to students inside and outside the classroom. Learn More
When making the choice of where to attend college, Amanda Prasuhn was attracted to the variety of opportunities available at a large university like MU.
“I love that there are so many people at Mizzou,” she says. “That means more opportunities and more chances to connect with people.” Learn More
When it came time to choose a major, Alex Taylor was conflicted. He had an interest in biochemistry research, but also had an affinity for music. His mother is a researcher at the University of Missouri and Taylor wanted to follow in her footsteps. However, he had played the French horn since the sixth grade and was a member of his high school band and choir.
So, he made the only decision he felt he could make. He chose both. Learn More