Missouri S&T welcomed more than 30 new faculty members this year. They bring a wide range of expertise that includes artificial intelligence, astrodynamics, energy economics, energy storage, flood prediction, military history, quantum physics and wearable wireless sensors. The new faculty are:Read More »
The Future Research Pioneers Program (FRPP) is an opportunity for mechanical and aerospace engineering undergraduate students to conduct hands-on research at Missouri S&T. After a summer of exploration, the 2023 FRPP researchers presented their findings through poster presentations in the Toomey Hall atrium on Sept. 21. The poster presentation winners and their advisors, all in […]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 S&T is again one of the nation’s top-ranked institutions for pursuing a graduate degree in engineering, and several specific degree programs are on the rise, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.Read More »
In the 15 years since Dr. Douglas Carroll became the founding director of Missouri S&T’s cooperative engineering program with Missouri State University, he has seen hundreds of civil and electrical engineering students graduate with bachelor’s degrees. In May, he will see the first group of mechanical engineering students taking courses in Springfield graduate with degrees from Missouri S&T.Read More »
In celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Education Cannot Wait today (Saturday, Feb. 11) named Somaya Faruqi as a global champion. Education Cannot Wait is the United Nations’ global fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises.Read More »
From using artificial intelligence to help match kidney transplant donors with those in need to designing more helpful assistive robots for people with disabilities, Missouri S&T researchers are coming up with innovative ways to tackle challenges. Here’s a look back at 10 research topics that demonstrate the variety and depth of research at S&T.Read More »