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Missouri S&T’s second TEDx Talk is March 15

Posted by on February 20, 2018

Artists, scientists, storytellers and volunteers will share their idea of what it would mean if people dared to consider more aspects of their jobs, communities and themselves at a TEDx event hosted by Missouri S&T this March.

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Area high school students to visit Missouri S&T for FIRST robotics competition

Posted by on February 13, 2018

Hundreds of tech-savvy high school students from throughout Missouri and its surrounding states will put their robotic creations to the test on Saturday, Feb. 24, during the FIRST Tech Challenge, a regional robotics championship for high school students hosted by Missouri S&T.

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Missouri S&T’s Career Fair is Feb. 20

Posted by on February 9, 2018

Missouri S&T students seeking full-time employment after graduation or co-op or internship for the semester will have an opportunity to meet with employers at the 2018 Spring Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 20. More than 230 companies are registered to attend the event, a 16 percent increase from last year’s spring Career Fair.

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Missouri S&T to host VEX robotics championship

Posted by on February 8, 2018

Students from around the Midwest region will soon gather at Missouri S&T to compete at the Missouri state VEX Championship, a regional robotics competition for middle- and high-school students.

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Family legacy leads to mining co-op

Posted by on February 6, 2018

For the Rychtarczyks, engineering is a family affair spanning centuries and oceans.

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‘A Day ON, Not a Day Off’ for many S&T students Jan. 15

Posted by on January 10, 2018

A group of civic-minded students at Missouri University of Science and Technology will participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service by taking “A Day ON, Not a Day Off” on Monday, Jan. 15. This year, more than 200 students and staff will volunteer throughout Phelps County. “We aim for students to build […]

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Missouri S&T engineering students assist local governments as project management consultants

Posted by on December 4, 2017

As far as undergraduate course schedules go, Dr. Joan Schuman’s Introduction to Project Management class meets at a reasonable time: twice weekly for 75 minutes in the late morning. But for Missouri S&T senior Sergey Isayko and his three classmates, advising the city of St. Robert on a plan to install solar-powered streetlights in a newly annexed neighborhood meant numerous trips after dark to the Fort Leonard Wood bedroom community, population 5,750, located about 30 miles southwest of Rolla.

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The future’s so bright …

Posted by on November 28, 2017

Missouri S&T is known as a university that prepares students for a great life after college – whether that involves getting that great first job, furthering their education in graduate school or equipping them to pursue their passions as entrepreneurs. Miners are resourceful and inventive, and they leave S&T armed with an education that will prepare them for whatever lies ahead.

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S&T grad student earns NASA fellowship to work on spacecraft re-entry technologies

Posted by on November 10, 2017

Mario Santos, a Ph.D. student at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has earned a prestigious NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF). By earning the fellowship, Santos joins a small group of students from throughout the United States who show potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative space technologies for the nation’s science, exploration and economic future.

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STEM Monologues depicts hurdles for women in science, tech, engineering and math — in their own words

Posted by on November 7, 2017

The challenges faced by women in the male-dominated fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics are well-documented, and pervasive. While more than 56 percent of college students on U.S. campuses are female, the percentages of women earning degrees in the fields collectively known as STEM hover at less than half that rate. In the workplace, women represent nearly half of the U.S. workforce but account for just 28.4 percent of American scientists and engineers, according to the National Science Foundation.

Beyond those statistics, though, are countless personal stories: withering accounts of casual discrimination; demeaning remarks that continue to sting years later; diminished expectations by classmates, professors, coworkers and supervisors; and in the most severe cases, sexual harassment and sexual assault. Those personal stories are at the heart of “The STEM Monologues,” a new play being performed by the Miner League Theatre Players at Missouri University of Science and Technology over the next two weeks.

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