Golden Alumni return to S&T

On May 16–17, the Miner Alumni Association and Missouri S&T welcomed back 59 alumni and guests from the Class of 1967 to celebrate their Golden Alumni Reunion. Guests visited the Kummer Student Design Center and the hot glass shop during their campus tour. Alumni also toured their academic departments and heard a campus update from Robert J. Marley, provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs. The two-day event culminated with a re-enactment of the graduates’ commencement ceremony when they officially earned the title of Golden Alumni.

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Dissolving electronics

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Automated kiosk speeds travel security

Your wait time at the airport could drop significantly thanks to a new automated security kiosk developed by Nathan Twyman, assistant professor of business and information technology.

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