Exploring other cultures

Camel rides, colorful floats, a parade of flags from over 80 countries and foods from around the world are just part of the explosion of international culture that comes to the streets of downtown Rolla every September for Celebration of Nations. This was the seventh year for the annual event.

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Built for speed

Most high school guidance counselors encourage prospective college students to apply to as many as eight schools — from dream destinations to likely matches to safe selections where the odds of acceptance are sky-high. [Read more…]

Building a better battery

The battery in your cell phone and laptop may one day hold a longer charge thanks to the work of Xinhua Liang, an assistant professor of chemical and biochemical engineering at Missouri S&T. [Read more…]

Horatio Alger Scholar finds a home at S&T

After spending most of her youth living off and on with relatives, Mikayla Bridgewater was homeless at age 15 — just days before her sophomore year of high school was to begin. [Read more…]

ASM toolkit supports materials science and engineering

Missouri S&T was one of three colleges to receive a materials design software and database package called the American Society for Metals Materials Genome Toolkit. [Read more…]

$100K gift from Sunderland Foundation helps fund ACML

The Sunderland Foundation, the charitable arm of Overland Park, Kan., based Ash Grove Cement Co., donated $100,000 to Missouri S&T to support construction of the planned Advanced Construction and Materials Laboratory (ACML). [Read more…]

Alumni take leadership roles in association

During its annual Homecoming meeting on Oct. 15, the Miner Alumni Association approved the following new and returning board members. We welcome them and thank the departing members for their dedication and loyalty to Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association. [Read more…]

Growing entrepreneurship

Budding entrepreneurs in Missouri can earn funding while working with business experts to transform big ideas into new technologies that benefit society through the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program at Missouri S&T. [Read more…]

Honoring Miner legends

During Homecoming, the Miner Alumni Association honored eight alumni and a faculty member for their accomplishments and their devotion to the association, the campus and its students. [Read more…]

In print

Susan Murray, professor of engineering management and interim chair of psychological science, and Matthew Thimgan, assistant professor of biological sciences, published Human Fatigue Risk Factors.