It’s no secret that Missouri S&T is known for engineering. It’s been that way since our founding nearly 150 years ago. The U.S. needed engineers to help fuel the nation’s industrial expansion, and the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy — now Missouri S&T — was established in 1870 to meet that need. In designing […]Read More »
Two Missouri S&T students were awarded national foreign language awards on Monday, May 6, at the 15th annual Student Art Show in the Havener Center on the Missouri S&T campus, followed by a reception to honor the work of students in art and language.Read More »
Smart phones. Smart watches. Smart speakers. Smart appliances.
Smart devices are improving people’s lives every day. Advances in smart technology are helping people stay connected, find information and organize their lives along with numerous other benefits.
With these advances also come a sense of unease and insecurity – concerns about privacy, personal data sharing and ethics.Read More »
Students from all majors are invited to learn about real-world career progression and experiences through a panel discussion hosted by the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business (CASB). The event will be held 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the Carver-Turner Room of the Havener Center. Lunch will be provided.Read More »
In 2015, French artist Marie-Hélène Le Ny spent four days on the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus displaying her work and photographing and interviewing some of Missouri S&T’s female faculty in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. Now six of those photographs are on display in Paris.Read More »
The Missouri University of Science and Technology choral program will present its fall concert, Eat, Drink and SING!, this week. The performance will feature music about food programmed as a menu, including cocktails, appetizers and dessert. The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in Leach Theater of Castleman Hall, located at […]Read More »
The fallout from the poorly received ending of the third video game in the popular series Mass Effect could doom the upcoming release of “Mass Effect: Andromeda,” say researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology.Read More »