A new department for teaching

This past fall, the popularity of Missouri S&T’s STEM-focused teacher education program led to the establishment of an official academic department, called teacher education and certification.

Cadice Markley, Mult’17, completed her student-teaching experience at the Clayton (Mo.) School District.

S&T elementary education graduates earn a bachelor of arts in multidisciplinary studies and are certified to teach grades one through six in Missouri, focusing on core subjects of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.

Secondary education graduates earn a bachelor of arts or science in either applied math, biology, chemistry, economics, English, history, physics or psychology, and are certified to teach grades nine through 12 in the state of Missouri.

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A new department for teaching

This past fall, the popularity of Missouri S&T’s STEM-focused teacher education program led to the establishment of an official academic department, called teacher education and certification.

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Claire Brewer: tuned in to healthcare

Claire Brewer, BSci’17, knew she wanted to become a doctor when she entered Missouri S&T.

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The power of influence

This past December, in addition to the traditional alumni commencement speaker, four graduating seniors addressed their fellow graduates.

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Assignment: Design a new animal shelter

Students in the architectural engineering design course spent the fall semester creating 15 potential designs for a new animal shelter in Rolla and presented six of them to the Rolla City Council in December. Two of the finalists are pictured above.

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“Alex’s Pizza, of course!”

We asked about your favorite place to eat, and boy did you respond. It was such an overwhelming response that Larry Gragg, author of Missouri S&T’s sesquicentennial history book, was inspired to write about it.

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