Earlier this month, a large, white object carrying a string of pink boxes was seen floating through the sky not far from Roswell, New Mexico, but no one is blaming aliens, as was the case during the community’s 1947 UFO incident.Read More »
Twelve Missouri S&T students spent two weeks last month exploring Chicago to learn about the city and its architecture through a two-week course in the Windy City. “There’s no better place to learn about the history of modern architecture than Chicago, and there’s no better way to experience architecture than in person,” says Dr. Jeff […]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 »
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 »
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter at Missouri S&T was named NSBE Medium Chapter of the Year at the organization’s annual convention, held March 22-26 in Kansas City, Missouri.Read More »
Can a robotic version of man’s best friend help miners in perilous situations escape? That is a question Dustin Peterson, a mining engineering student at Missouri S&T, has been contemplating, and he says the research is promising.Read More »
Missouri S&T ranks among the nation’s top universities for graduates’ economic success, according to the latest rankings from the college guide website DegreeChoices. According to this ranking, Missouri S&T is first in the state of Missouri and 10th nationwide among public universities. Missouri S&T ranks 18th in the nation overall. DegreeChoices uses federal data to […]Read More »