Grad third woman to earn Ranger tab

Missouri S&T alumna Lisa Peplinski Jaster, CE’04, has completed what few men and even fewer women have — the U.S. Army Ranger School. [Read more…]

Five alumni honored for professional achievement

Missouri S&T presented five awards of professional distinction during commencement ceremonies in December. The awards recognized the following graduates for professional achievement. [Read more…]

Alumnus takes a voyage through solar system

Chuck Lahmeyer, EE’66, is a big reason why the world knows what distant planets in our solar system look like. In 1975, he went to work for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in California, and in 1980 he developed a machine to host the codes coming from the Voyager spacecraft on its journey to Uranus and Neptune. [Read more…]

Sweet road trip

Karl E. Burgher, Econ’84, PhD MinE’85, has a taste for cinnamon rolls and a book that documents his quest for the perfect pastry through south central Missouri small towns along what he calls The Ozarks Cinnamon Road.

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ASTM awards Lowry’s leadership

Kent Lowry, ME’92, received the 2015 American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International President’s Leadership Award. [Read more…]

Sprenkle named Inventor of the Year

Vince Sprenkle, CerE’92, PhD CerE’96, was named 2014 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Inventor of the Year for his work in electrochemical energy conversion and storage.

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S&T grad is off and running

Tyronna Johnson’s passion for running has taken her across the U.S. and around the world, from New York to Chicago and London to Tokyo. Johnson, ChE’90, races in the Abbot World Marathon Majors series that takes place in big cities around the world. [Read more…]