Missouri S&T celebrated the accomplishments of over 1,000 Miners as they received their degrees last weekend. Check out some photos from the ceremonies. Photos by Michael Pierce, Missouri S&TRead More »
Ron Epps of Houston, retired chief of the NASA flight design and dynamics division and a Missouri University of Science and Technology graduate, was awarded the doctor of physics, honoris causa, during the Missouri S&T spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 13.Read More »
Wayne Laufer of Sanibel, Florida, retired co-founder and chief executive officer of Bois d’Arc Energy Corp. and a Missouri University of Science and Technology graduate, was awarded the doctor of engineering, honoris causa, during the Missouri S&T spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 13.Read More »
Missouri University of Science and Technology presented the Award of Professional Distinction to two alumni during the Missouri S&T spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 13.Read More »
Susan M. Simmons, retired senior resident engineer at Anheuser-Busch Inc. and president of the Missouri S&T Board of Trustees, gave Missouri S&T graduates advice for their future careers during S&T’s commencement ceremonies. Simmons, who earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from S&T, spoke during the undergraduate and master’s degree ceremonies held at 10 a.m. and […]Read More »
Dr. Oscar Barton, professor and dean of the Morgan State University Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. School of Engineering, delivered the commencement addresses during Missouri S&T’s commencement ceremony for Ph.D. graduates, held Friday, May 12, in the Gale Bullman Building on campus. Barton told graduates about his childhood experiences in a Washington, D.C., family of eight, […]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 »
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 »
Missouri University of Science and Technology graduate Dr. Robert Wagner, director of the Buildings and Transportation Science Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee, shared life lessons with Missouri S&T Ph.D. graduates from the near failure that led to his success. “I came to Missouri S&T 34 years ago with an unbridled excitement for the […]Read More »
Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe shared life lessons and advice with graduates at two Missouri University of Science and Technology commencement ceremonies held Saturday, Dec. 17, on the Missouri S&T campus. Kehoe told the graduates about being raised by a single mother, getting a job washing cars at a Dave Sinclair Ford dealership at age […]Read More »