Missouri S&T contributed more than $404 million to the state’s economy during the fiscal year that ended last June, according to a new report released today (Tuesday, April 17) by the University of Missouri System.Read More »
A longtime Missouri S&T professor has received the top teaching honor from a national civil engineering honor society. Dr. David Richardson, Chancellor’s Professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, received the James M. Robbins Excellence in Teaching Award from the Chi Epsilon national civil engineering honor society earlier this month.Read More »
University of Missouri System President Mun Choi selected three faculty members from Missouri University of Science and Technology to serve as 2018-19 Presidential Engagement Fellows to share research discoveries with Missouri citizens in every county.Read More »
Two groups from Missouri S&T have built autonomous vehicles powered by chemical reactions to compete in a regional Chem-E-Car competition.Read More »
Two teams of students from Missouri S&T will test the principles of construction and engineering at the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2018 Mid-Continent Student Conference.Read More »
The Space Foundation chose a Missouri S&T student and her mentor teacher at Rolla Middle School to attend the 34th Space Symposium this month. They will serve as teacher liaisons at the symposium April 16-19 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado.Read More »
University of Missouri System President Mun Choi surprised a Missouri S&T faculty member with a President’s Award at a Cybersecurity Summit meeting in Rolla this week (Wednesday, April 11).Read More »
Students from Missouri S&T will demonstrate the engineering principles of off-road vehicles by racing a student-designed and -built Baja vehicle during the Baja SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Maryland collegiate design series.Read More »
Scottie Thomas, a senior in chemical engineering from Cape Girardeau, Mo., came to Missouri S&T with a penchant for leadership honed in high school, where he was a football captain and National Honor Society member.
Four years later, as he prepares to graduate in May and work as a process design engineer for Phillips 66, Thomas has grown into a campus leader who immersed himself in university life, from working in an aerospace engineering research lab to his current role as student body president.