Braden Lusk first came to Rolla in 1996 as a walk-on wide receiver from central Kansas who excelled at math and science in high school but admittedly “had no idea what an engineer was.” [Read more…]
Missouri University of Science and Technology will host its annual Blasters Training Seminar Jan. 5-7, 2015, at the Embassy Suites in St. Charles, Missouri.
Missouri University of Science and Technology has been approved by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education to offer the nation’s first Ph.D. in explosives engineering. Missouri S&T was also the first in the nation to offer undergraduate and post-graduate minors in explosives engineering in 2005, a postgraduate certificate in 2006, and a master’s degree in 2010.
A pioneering program in explosives engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology is poised to expand to the doctoral level. The University of Missouri System Board of Curators voted to approve the degree program at its Nov. 21 meeting. The program now must be approved by the Coordinating Board of Higher Education. [Read more…]
The University of Missouri-Rolla will offer a short course on blasting training October 15-17.
Stereotypical summer camps revolve around swimming and singing “Kumbaya.” At the University of Missouri-Rolla this summer, eighteen high school students are set to blow up that stereotype.
In the nation’s only pyrotechnics course offered for college credit, University of Missouri-Rolla students are lighting up the skies with fireworks displays at football games and other public events throughout Missouri.