Congratulations graduates

During May commencement ceremonies, the man who helped determine the site for the Apollo 11 moon landing told graduates that an S&T education is second to none. [Read more…]

New cybersecurity minor, certificates

Data breaches at big-name businesses have become headline news in recent years. To help build the growing field of cybersecurity — a field with a shortage of experts — S&T now offers a minor in cybersecurity and information assurance for bachelor’s students in business and management systems and information science and technology. [Read more…]

S&T digs into fitness center expansion

Work is underway on a 10,200-square-foot expansion of S&T’s fitness center in the Gale Bullman Building. [Read more…]

Barbara Hale retires

After 46 years of teaching and research, physics professor Barbara Hale has retired. [Read more…]

Easier than ever with e-receipts

Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association began providing electronic gift receipts on July 1 — giving you the advantage of immediate, paperless e-receipts to acknowledge your generosity. [Read more…]

A new look for Miner athletics

This fall, Miner athletics fans will begin to see a refreshed visual identity as S&T’s 17 varsity teams transition to an updated set of design elements. They include an updated athletic logo, typography and spirit marks like those pictured above, displayed by student-athletes at a campus reveal. [Read more…]

Record 31 athletes earn GLVC honors

Thirty-one Missouri S&T student-athletes recorded a 4.0 grade point average during the 2017–18 academic year — the highest number recorded in a single year in S&T history. [Read more…]

S&T team places second in University Rover Challenge, best among U.S. teams

Missouri S&T’s Mars Rover Design Team, winner of the 2017 University Rover Challenge (URC), finished second among a field of 36 collegiate teams in this year’s competition, which was won by Poland’s Czestochowa University of Technology. S&T had the top score among the 12 U.S. teams in the competition. [Read more…]

EWB works in Guatemala and Bolivia

In December, members of S&T’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) completed a decade-long effort to provide clean drinking water to the people of Nahualate, Guatemala. [Read more…]

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. [Read more…]