Ryan Famuliner | Jan. 19, 2013 | KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio
University of Missouri System officials announced the appointment of Notre Dame alumna Cheryl B. Schrader '87 M.S., '91 Ph.D. as the next chancellor of Missouri University of Science and Technology. She will begin serving as chancellor on April 2.
Schrader is past president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Control Systems Society, which is focused on improving performance, safety, reliability and affordability across a wide range of complex systems, from smart grids, telecommunications, biological systems and robotics to transportation, process industries, aerospace and cyber-space worldwide.
She also continues to serve as a member of the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission. This commission—which is dedicated to providing world leadership in stimulating innovation and excellence in engineering—today accredits 2,100 engineering programs at more than 400 colleges and universities.