The doctor is IN

Posted by on September 19, 2017

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“The medical students from Rolla are different. Every single one seems to be scarily talented and driven.” That is the opinion of Dave Westenberg, who says he has probably taught a class to every S&T student who has gone on to medical school in the past 15 years. “It makes writing letters of recommendation for […]

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Missouri S&T student says theater leads to success

Posted by on September 14, 2017

Missouri University of Science and Technology junior Hannah Ramsey seems to always be on the move. Whether it is acting in or directing the next student production of the Miner League Theater Players, working as a student writer in the Missouri S&T marketing and communications department, serving as president of the College of Arts, Sciences and Business Undergraduate Student Leadership Council or balancing time with her family while studying for a full course load of classes, she is always doing something.

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Finding a place to belong

Posted by on September 14, 2017

Missouri S&T is a place where students find their fit, and have opportunities to explore and dig deeper into their passions. S&T Miners are inventive and resourceful, and they know that a Missouri S&T degree will prepare them to solve tomorrow’s grand challenges.

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Study abroad program sends Missouri S&T student from Cape Girardeau to Malaysia

Posted by on September 11, 2017

With students from over 60 countries, international alliances at Missouri University of Science and Technology run deep. One such international exchange more than 25 years ago is paying dividends for a new generation of undergraduates at Missouri S&T.

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23 S&T faculty receive tenure, promotions

Posted by on September 8, 2017

Twenty-three faculty members at Missouri University of Science and Technology received promotions or tenure effective Sept. 1.

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Missouri S&T grad student earns Amelia Earhart Fellowship

Posted by on September 7, 2017

Aslihan Vuruskan, a Ph.D. student in aerospace engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has earned an Amelia Earhart Fellowship from the Zonta International Foundation. Vuruskan is one of only 35 recipients of the award, which is given to a select group of women from around the world who demonstrate a superior academic record in the aerospace-related sciences or engineering fields.

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From Hurricane Katrina to north St. Louis, civil engineering grad helps ravaged communities rebuild

Posted by on September 6, 2017

As a single mother paying her way through college, Stephanie Hall’s early lessons in hard work weren’t confined to Missouri S&T classrooms. By the time her still-groggy classmates arrived for 8 a.m. classes, Hall had already worked the 5 a.m. shift baking doughnuts at Kroger. After morning classes came lunch-hour waitressing gigs. Nights and weekends […]

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Cuba Plain named interim vice chancellor for finance and operations

Posted by on August 28, 2017

Cuba Plain, assistant vice president for budget planning and development at the University of Missouri System, has been named interim vice chancellor for finance and operations at Missouri S&T. She succeeds Walt Branson, vice chancellor for finance and operations since August 2013, who will become vice president for finance and operations and chief business officer at Wright State University on Sept. 11.

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29 new faculty join Missouri S&T this fall

Posted by on August 24, 2017

With expertise ranging from the history of the American Revolution and cybersecurity to music history and smart buildings, 29 new faculty members joined Missouri University of Science and Technology this fall.

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Furlong named director of S&T library

Posted by on August 18, 2017

John T. Furlong, senior manager of library and instructional resources at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, has been named director of library and learning resources at Missouri S&T’s Curtis Laws Wilson Library. His appointment will begin Monday, Sept. 11.

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