Missouri S&T students majoring in engineering, computer science, and geology and geophysics may soon be able to gain valuable LIFE experiences that will help them be effective leaders in their fields.Read More »
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 »
Six undergraduate students from Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait recently lived on the campus of Missouri S&T for a month-long summer program and gained experiences similar to many American college students.Read More »
More students and recent graduates of Missouri S&T took the Fundamentals of Engineering exam offered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) last year than any other school in the nation, according to an NCEES report.Read More »
Missouri S&T’s student section of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) was recently recognized on the national stage as the winner of the organization’s 2023 Samuel Glasstone award.Read More »
Students from Missouri S&T’s Satellite Research Team have taken steps for years toward having a satellite orbit the Earth, and their efforts will soon pay off with a giant leap.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. She recently walked across the commencement stage again — this time with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Missouri S&T.Read More »
Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders team will soon be on the move and traveling to both Bolivia and Ecuador in May.
“These will be our team’s first international trips since before the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Anna Stephenson, a senior in chemical engineering who is the team’s project lead for the trip to Atahuallani, Bolivia. “It’s something we are all excited about. Our group has volunteered for our projects remotely, and now we will have the opportunity to be in the field.”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 »