Sean Earl, junior in electrical engineering, grew up in Missouri and was always thinking about the University of Missouri.
“I knew I wanted to go to a big school for college so I could get the full experience,” Earl said. “But not all big schools have as vibrant and active a community as Mizzou. Everyone gets involved here.”
Last year Earl served as president of the Missouri Students Association, the undergraduate student government for Mizzou. The experience allowed him to meet students, faculty and staff from all different spaces of Mizzou and to better understand their roles in shaping the university.
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University of Missouri’s journalism research lab measures a person’s mental and bodily responses to media messaging.
Zeroing in on world hunger
Brady and Anne Deaton Institute sponsors students in international competition addressing world hunger.
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Twin sisters succeed at MU with help of family, faculty and institutional support.
To infinity and beyond
Student Ed Ge is focused on building the next generation of aerial monitoring vehicles.
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