Author: Peter Ehrhard

McManus earns Army Historical Foundation award

Posted by on July 16, 2024

Dr. John C. McManus, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of history and political science at Missouri S&T, has been awarded the Army Historical Foundation’s Distinguished Writing Award in the Operational/Battle History category.

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Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri Protoplex): Notice of Availability of an Environmental Assessment

Posted by on July 11, 2024

National Institute of Standards and Technology Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri Protoplex): Notice of Availability of an Environmental Assessment ACTION: Notice of Availability of an Environmental Assessment SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that the Rural Development, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act, is issuing an environmental assessment (EA) in connection with […]

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Dr. Sarah Hercula: Learning with linguistics

Posted by on July 8, 2024

Dr. Sarah Hercula, a linguistics researcher at Missouri S&T, blends several fields in her work. One of her current projects, which focuses on users’ perceptions of virtual assistants’ accented voice settings, combines elements of English and psychology. But she says that is the whole point of the field, as linguistics is a social science with humanistic elements.

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Searching for the missing link between growth and longevity

Posted by on July 1, 2024

Many scientists believe that in mammals, there’s a tradeoff between growth and better health. Pugs, for example, are known to live longer than their larger counterpart in the dog world, the Great Dane. But a new study shows that when more energy is allocated to the creation of better cellular materials, longevity is enhanced.

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New Egyptian exploration book covers adventure, discovery and intrigue

Posted by on June 17, 2024

A new historical non-fiction book reveals the never-before-told story of women Egyptologists who paved the way for exploration in Egypt and laid the foundation for modern Egyptology. The upcoming release of Women in the Valley of the Kings: The Untold Story of Women Egyptologists in the Gilded Age covers the women working and exploring before Howard Carter had discovered the tomb of King Tut.

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Belfi earns Early Career Award from the Psychonomic Society

Posted by on June 11, 2024

The Psychonomic Society, an international community of cognitive psychologists, has awarded Dr. Amy Belfi, an associate professor of psychological science at Missouri S&T, with its Early Career Award.

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Minteer named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Posted by on May 14, 2024

Dr. Shelley Minteer, director of the Kummer Institute Center for Resource Sustainability and a professor of chemistry at Missouri S&T, has been named to the 2024 class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), an honorary society that celebrates the excellence of its members. Minteer is the first Missouri S&T faculty member to join this society. The induction ceremony for the 2024 new members will be held in September in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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S&T’s Renaissance Student Award goes to Reece Watson

Posted by on May 9, 2024

Reece Watson, a senior in computer science and computer engineering from Edwardsville, Illinois, has been named Missouri S&T’s Renaissance Student for 2024. Watson received the award, which included a $1,000 prize, on Thursday, May 2, at a ceremony hosted by the arts, languages, and philosophy department.

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Missouri S&T announces new faculty fellows for NSF program

Posted by on May 8, 2024

Two faculty members at Missouri S&T have been selected for the university’s second cohort of ADVANCE Faculty Fellows.

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From shoulder pads to a stethoscope – S&T scholar athlete eyes medical school 

Posted by on April 29, 2024

William Jeffries, a senior in biological sciences from Fulton, Missouri, has played offensive lineman on the football team for all four years of his time at Missouri S&T. He was named a GLVC All-Academic team member twice – in 2020 and 2022. It’s a tradition he has carried over from his high school playing career, where he earned academic all-state honors.

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