/>Public radio station KMST’s spring membership drive starts March 19, with the live finish to the membership drive starting on Saturday, April 9.
KMST Station Manager John Francis says this spring’s drive dates have been moved forward by five weeks over previous years in order to coincide with National Public Radio’s (NPR) fundraising period.
Beer and pizza have always been a popular late night pairing, but what about beer in pizza? Leave it to a Missouri S&T graduate to start a pizza business that uses spent grains from breweries in preparing its dough. During the brewing process, malted grains are cracked and mashed to extract sugars, proteins, and […]Read More »
Hundreds of tech-savvy high school students from throughout Missouri and western Illinois will put their robotic creations to the test on Saturday, March 5, during the FIRST Tech Challenge, a regional robotics championship for high school students hosted by Missouri University of Science and Technology.Read More »
The relationship between animal companions and humans changed during the period of westward expansion in America, says Missouri University of Science and Technology historian Dr. Diana Ahmad. Ahmad’s new book, “Success Depends on the Animals,” examines the changing role of animals between 1840 and 1869.Read More »
Missouri University of Science and Technology is ringing in the New Year with the introduction of a refreshed brand identity to strengthen pride among all students, alumni, faculty and staff and more clearly define what it means to be a Missouri S&T Miner.Read More »
2015 was a year of important firsts for Missouri S&T. We opened our new alumni house, started a new biomedical engineering minor, launched our first crowdfunding campaign and completed our first year with geothermal energy as the main power source for much of campus. We also had our first multi-million-viewer video on Facebook — a clip of […]Read More »