Month: February 2019
Missouri S&T’s Teaching and Learning Technology Conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Claire Howell Major, professor of higher education administration at the University of Alabama. Her presentation, titled “Learning Assessment: Making Learning Visible as an Essential Element of Effective Teaching,” will set the stage for teaching and engagement development for attendees.Read More »
Current challenges in sustainable infrastructure could be solved by studying ancient engineering, says Dr. Cliff Schexnayder, who will give the 2019 Hurst-McCarthy Lecture at Missouri S&T. Schexnayder will speak at 2 p.m. Friday, March 8, in Room 120 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall, located near 15th and Pine streets in Rolla. The event is free and open to the public.Read More »
This spring semester, Missouri S&T became the state’s only institution to join the worldwide LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory) Scientific Collaboration (LSC) of researchers committed to detecting cosmic gravitational waves.Read More »
Smart phones. Smart watches. Smart speakers. Smart appliances.
Smart devices are improving people’s lives every day. Advances in smart technology are helping people stay connected, find information and organize their lives along with numerous other benefits.
With these advances also come a sense of unease and insecurity – concerns about privacy, personal data sharing and ethics.Read More »
The Missouri S&T arts, languages, and philosophy department will screen the third installment of the Hispanic Film Series, “The Future Perfect,” this March.Read More »
Missouri S&T’s biological sciences department will host a public exhibit, “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World,” from Friday, March 1 until Sunday, March 17 at The Centre recreational complex at 1200 Holloway St. in Rolla. The exhibit will be available for viewing during The Centre’s regular hours of operation.Read More »
Approximately 300 college students from around the world are expected to visit Missouri S&T this March to participate in a hackathon competition. PickHacks is what organizers call a 36-hour “invention marathon” in which students learn to build teams and solve problems creatively.Read More »