Archives for January 2014

Students represent U.S. in international steelmaking event

S&T students virtually made steel for bridge cables

Using computer simulations, S&T students virtually made steel for bridge cables

Two metallurgical engineering students from Missouri University of Science and Technology are headed to Belgium to test their mettle – and their ability to make virtual steel – in an international competition. [Read more…]

S&T to host Ignite Rolla event

The local community is invited to attend and participate in Ignite Rolla, an evening of brief “TED Talk-style” lectures designed to showcase the ideas being generated by members of the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus and the Rolla community.

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S&T design teams on display at St. Louis Science Center

Formula SAE's 2012 car.

Formula SAE’s 2012 car.

In recognition of National Engineers Week, Missouri University of Science and Technology will send almost a dozen of its student design teams to the St. Louis Science Center to display their inventions in late-February.

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Missouri S&T awards Chancellor’s Scholarships

Missouri University of Science and Technology awarded Chancellor’s Scholarships to 16 high school seniors for the 2014-2015 academic year. [Read more…]

Employers ready to recruit at career fair

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Missouri S&T hosts career fairs in the fall and spring semesters.

Representatives from more than 180 companies will be on hand to recruit students when the 2014 Spring Career Fair is held at Missouri University of Science and Technology on Feb. 18.

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New steelmaking chair appointed

Dr. Ronald J. O'Malley, Missouri S&T's Iverson Chair of Steelmaking Technologies

Dr. Ronald J. O’Malley, Missouri S&T’s Iverson Chair of Steelmaking Technologies

Dr. Ronald J. O’Malley, the former chief metallurgist at Nucor Steel Decatur in Trinity, Ala., has joined Missouri University of Science and Technology as the new F. Kenneth Iverson Endowed Chair of Steelmaking Technologies. [Read more…]

Missouri S&T to test emergency alert system

Update your information for Missouri S&T's mass notification system.Missouri University of Science and Technology will conduct a test of its emergency alert system at noon Wednesday, Feb. 12. [Read more…]

Test your skills at Miner Mudder competition

minermudder-2Individuals and teams are invited to enter the Miner Mudder, a 5K obstacle-filled backcountry race that will be held March 8 to benefit Missouri University of Science and Technology’s alternative spring break program, Miner Challenge.

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Chinese Spring Festival celebrated Feb. 9

Festival-11The Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) at Missouri University of Science and Technology invites the campus and community to attend its annual Spring Festival, also called the Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year, on Sunday, Feb. 9.

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Lungs may suffer when certain elements go nano

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Yue-Wern Huang, professor of biological sciences at Missouri S&T.

Nanoparticles are used in all kinds of applications — electronics, medicine, cosmetics, even environmental clean-ups. More than 2,800 commercially available applications are now based on nanoparticles, and by 2017, the field is expected to bring in nearly $50 billion worldwide.

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