Archives for March 2017

Alumna honored at Women of Color STEM Conference

Raquel P. Cundiff, ME’93, received the Community Service-Industry Award at the 2016 Women of Color STEM Conference, held in October in Detroit. Cundiff is a customer engineering manager with Boeing. [Read more…]

Katie Payne — future M.D.

The daughter of a logger and a school teacher, Katie Payne, BSci’14, knew she wanted to make a big impact on the world, but it took an anatomy class at Cuba (Mo.) High School to guide her decision to go into medicine. [Read more…]

Return to the cave

Chances are, if you went to school in Rolla during the 1960s and early ’70s, you probably heard, or maybe even partied to the music of the Jaguars and Miller’s Cave. [Read more…]

Safer mines and cleaner water in Ghana

As a doctoral student in mining engineering, Kenneth Bansah works, learns and lives nearly 10,000 miles from his boyhood home of Tarkwa, Ghana, a gold mining hub in western Africa. [Read more…]

Namesake of Whiteman AFB was a Miner

One of the first heroes of World War II was a Miner. He was also one of the first U.S. casualties of the war during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 75 years ago. [Read more…]

Save the date: Homecoming 2017

Make plans now to return to Rolla for Homecoming 2017 Oct. 27–28. Reconnect with former classmates and enjoy the Miner spirit! More details will be published in the summer issue of Missouri S&T Magazine.

S&T garners national recognition for fundraising program

Missouri S&T was recognized this past fall by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for excellence in fundraising. [Read more…]

Q&A: Why Rolla?

“Why did you choose to attend MSM-UMR-Missouri S&T?” Historian Larry Gragg, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor of history and political science, posed this question to Miner alumni this past fall. Here are a few of your answers. [Read more…]

Controlled chaos creates compelling rubric

Raz Kerwin, TCom’12, an instructional developer in educational technology at S&T, published an article in October issue of The Teaching Professor. [Read more…]

Richard and Barbara Jaquay: Giving thanks for a life of good fortune and global adventure

Richard Jaquay, CE’63, was building a wastewater treatment plant near Tucson, Ariz., when he met his future wife. They made their first overseas trip together, to China, two years after they were married. [Read more…]