Solar house appears in Julia Child book

When you think of classic gourmet cooking, you think of Julia Child … and Missouri S&T. Well, not typically, but in October, one of S&T’s solar houses was featured in a new book inspired by the famous chef. [Read more…]

Splitting water, producing hydrogen

Researchers at Missouri S&T believe they have found a way to make hydrogen fuel a more viable energy source. Their approach? An efficient and inexpensive way to split water into its elements, hydrogen and oxygen. [Read more…]

S&T researcher wants to pick your brain, electronically

Keng Siau wants to cut out the middle man in market research gathering — paper and electronic surveys — and go straight to your brain to get your opinion. [Read more…]

Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader: a legacy of progress

After five years at the helm of Missouri S&T, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader will step into a new leadership role on July 1, when she becomes president of Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio. [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…]

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…]

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…]

In print

Stealing Home: Looting, Restitution, and Reconstructing Jewish Lives in France, 1942–1947 by Shannon Fogg, chair and professor of history and political science, was published in January by Oxford University Press.

Improving mine safety

Braden Lusk, MinE’00, PhD MinE’06, chair and professor of mining and nuclear engineering, was invited to serve on the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee to study occupational exposure to coal mine dust in underground mines. [Read more…]