Camp COE offered events for students to get involved including zip-lining, paintball, a climbing wall and Tom-a-Hawk throwing.
He recounted stories from his own educational and occupational journey.
Students pitched their ideas regarding a new fast-paced mode of transportation to Virgin Hyperloop One, the Missouri Innovation Center, Black & Veatch and Olsson Associates.
The Traffic Control Device Challenge issued students the challenge to create a unique and feasible system to prevent wrong-way drivers.
The newly-revived club is planning to participate in Field Day on June 27, where they will to set up their radios and try to make as many contacts nationwide as possible.
The sophomore received funding from an MU committee for the project.
Current engineering students have seen an improvement in the industry’s diversity.
The center is funded by an anonymous donation of $330,000.
Nagel passed away Aug. 21 from skin cancer.
This team takes race cars to competitions on a national level, finishing 19th out of 120 in Detroit and 13th out of 80 in Lincoln this year.
The device is about the size of a stick of gum.