Registration is now open for Movie Makers, an evening camp offered by the Kummer Center for STEM Education at Missouri S&T. Movie Makers takes place 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, June 20, through Saturday, June 24. The camp is open to students entering grades 5-12. Tuition for the camp is $400, which includes all activities, supplies and meals. Full scholarships are available.Read More »
Registration is now open for the third annual Resilient Supply of Critical Minerals workshop, which will be Wednesday, Aug. 9, and Thursday, Aug. 10, at Missouri S&T.Read More »
Two professors from Missouri S&T were recently announced as part of the inaugural class of fellows for the Taylor Geospatial Institute (TGI).Read More »
Francisco “Frank” Benavides may have graduated from Missouri S&T in 1970, but his name is still regularly heard on the campus and associated with top-tier research in the civil, architectural and environmental engineering department.Read More »
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 »
A geology and geophysics professor at Missouri S&T joined an elite group, as she became the seventh person selected to win the Medal for Excellence in Education from the AASP – The Palynological Society since the award was launched in 1999.
“I feel honored to be recognized with this medal, as it is a testament to the students I have been privileged to mentor,” says Dr. Francisca Oboh-Ikuenobe, professor of geology and geophysics and associate dean for academic affairs in the S&T College of Engineering and Computing. “This award is really all about my students. It would not have been possible without them.”Read More »
For Joseph Weber, the aviation industry is a family business.
Weber, of St. Louis, finished a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in December 2022 from Missouri S&T, and he will finish his MBA from S&T in the coming days.
Right after graduation, he will start working for Boeing as a systems engineer in a position he’s had lined up since November of last year.Read More »
More than 1,000 Missouri S&T graduates will be awarded degrees during three upcoming commencement ceremonies. Dr. Oscar Barton will speak at the May 12 ceremony for Ph.D. graduates. Susan M. Simmons will speak at both May 13 ceremonies.Read More »
Three years ago, Krysta Swartz, of Caseyville, Illinois, graduated from high school and earned an associate degree from her local community college at the same time. Now, she is preparing to walk across the commencement stage again — this time with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Missouri S&T.Read More »
In 2004, Chad Abernathy graduated from high school in Newtown, Missouri, and began his collegiate studies at Missouri S&T. Not long after, he started working as a part-time maintenance worker for S&T’s student affairs and auxiliary services.
Four years later, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and earned magna cum laude honors.
Fast-forward another 15 years, and Abernathy is now in the final days of his second bachelor’s degree from S&T, and this time, it is in mechanical engineering.Read More »