Oct. 11, 2017
Nosa Eke, a bioengineering major from Kansas City, stays busy at Mizzou. Beyond his studies in the College of Engineering, Eke is president of his fraternity, the United Ambassadors Diversity Recruitment Team and the National Society of Black Engineers. As one of three co-chairs for the MU United Ambassadors Diversity Recruitment Team, Eke recruits students from across the country to attend Mizzou. Eke says his involvement efforts have greatly contributed to his happiness at Mizzou.
“The most important part of my college experience would definitely have to be the friends and connections I’ve made through my involvement,” Eke said.
One of Eke’s most memorable experiences at Mizzou was traveling to Greece for a study aboard intercession course in engineering as a freshman.
“The trip was amazing and allowed me to experience a different culture and see how engineering affects them,” Eke said.
He attributes all his success at Mizzou to the great people he has come into contact with in his short time at the university.
Students create VR software to diagnose and monitor concussions
A group of Mizzou engineering students are designing software that would work with virtual reality goggles and help diagnose and monitor head injuries.
More than meats the eye
A small team of Mizzou students runs an on-campus butcher shop. Together, they handle all aspects of the business — from cutlets to customer relations — and they’re ready to supply your socially distanced holiday meal.
School of Journalism student already hosts an impressive portfolio
Diego Galicia is a budding videographer who already hosts big-name clients like the Kansas City Chiefs.
Daring to care
From MIZZOU magazine: When the pandemic pushed resources to their limit, donors jumped into action to support students in need.
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