The India Association at Missouri University of Science and Technology will host the 2017 Diwali Celebration of Lights on Saturday, Oct. 21.Read More »
Watch a parade, tour campus departments during open houses and cheer the Miner football team to victory as part of Missouri University of Science and Technology’s 2017 Homecoming celebration, held Oct. 26-28. This year’s Homecoming theme is “MinerFest,” and is inspired by a traditional fall festival.Read More »
Learn about advances in transportation infrastructure at the sixth annual Transportation Infrastructure Conference, hosted by Missouri University of Science and Technology and the Missouri Department of Transportation this December.Read More »
The public is invited to view the Dumbbell Nebula through Missouri University of Science and Technology’s 16-inch-wide telescope on Tuesday, Oct. 24.Read More »
The new president-elect of the nation’s oldest engineering society will share her vision of the profession’s future in a Missouri University of Science and Technology guest lecture.
Robin A. Kemper, a senior risk engineering consultant for Zurich Services Corp., will serve as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers starting in 2018. Her lecture, scheduled for 2 p.m. on Oct. 26 in 125 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall, is being hosted by the Missouri S&T Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering.Read More »
Students taking courses for an associate’s degree at East Central College can now also take classes for their bachelor’s degree at Missouri University of Science and Technology during the same semester as part of a new concurrent enrollment program.Read More »
Mining engineering students at Missouri University of Science and Technology have been “haunting” S&T’s Experimental Mine Facility every Halloween for 20 years, and this Halloween is no different.Read More »
Dr. Henry Howard Sineath, professor emeritus of engineering management at Missouri University of Science and Technology, died on Oct. 8. He was 95.
Sineath, known to friends and colleagues alike as “Dr. Si,” joined the university in 1976 as a visiting professor of engineering management after a 25-year career in industry. He established the school’s packaging program the following year and also served as its second chair of engineering management, succeeding program founder Dr. Bernard Sarchet.Read More »