Eight Ph.D. students at Missouri University of Science and Technology were awarded dean’s honors from the university’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) during a May 11 ceremony at the Havener Center.
Two of the students received the Dean’s Graduate Educator Award in recognition of excellence in teaching, and six were honored with the Dean’s Ph.D. Scholar Award, which recognizes research contributions to the college.Read More »
Dozens of students presented their research projects to the public during the 18th annual Undergraduate Research Conference at Missouri S&T this April.Read More »
Missouri S&T has a longstanding reputation as a top-tier STEM school, but anyone unfamiliar with the university’s Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Laboratory would likely be shocked by the level of influence the university has globally on consumer and military electronics.Read More »
Four electrical and computer engineers with ties to Missouri University of Science and Technology were inducted into the Missouri S&T Academy of Electrical and Computer Engineering during the academy’s induction ceremony, which was held Thursday, April 13. Founded in 1980, the academy is a departmental advisory group composed of alumni and other electrical and computer […]Read More »
Over the past 100 years, Missouri S&T and higher education in general has changed in countless ways, but one aspect of S&T that has remained constant is the presence of an amateur radio club.
The Missouri S&T Amateur Radio Club, call sign W0EEE, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding on Saturday, April 15. The public is invited to attend an open house 2-5 p.m. in the club’s radio shack located in Emerson Hall.Read More »
A researcher at Missouri S&T is leading the charge on developing fiber optic sensors that can be used in harsh and extreme environments, and he says this could open a new world of data that was previously either unavailable or difficult to obtain.Read More »
Tyler Nguyen, a sophomore at Missouri S&T, says electrical engineers are vital when it comes to “Creating the Future,” which is the theme of National Engineers Week 2023.Read More »
An aspiring computer engineer at Missouri University of Science and Technology says it was a gaming system from the past that first inspired him to create technology for the future. This goes hand-in-hand with the theme of National Engineers Week 2023, which is “Creating the Future.” “It all started when my grandpa took me to […]Read More »
A former NASA astronaut and alumna of Missouri S&T will deliver a virtual presentation about her career and experiences that viewers can watch at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, in Room 250 Toomey Hall at S&T.Read More »
Over the past 18 months, an electrical engineering researcher and his team at Missouri S&T have been awarded over $2.4 million in grants from the United States Department of Defense (DOD) that will directly impact the country’s national security.Read More »