photos of seven NSF career awardees

The University of Missouri currently has seven professors who are NSF CAREER award winners.

The University of Missouri celebrated its seven current National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award winners at a Jesse Hall reception on April 13.
These prestigious NSF grants are funded over five years and support early career faculty with the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
The seven faculty members are exploring research topics with outcomes that further expand Mizzou’s research portfolio and its positive effect on the state of Missouri, the nation and the world, from studying artificial intelligence and its impact on next-gen transportation systems management to improving on‐skin electronics for customized health monitoring.
Beyond their research, CAREER awards also include an educational component that involves merging the research into educational activities.
The seven professors honored were:

Learn more about how Division of Research, Innovation & Impact services, such as the division's extensive professional development programs, help Mizzou faculty, staff and students build a foundation for research success.