Vewiser Dixon, ME’73, has big plans for his hometown of Kansas City. [Read more…]
New alumni just out of school are focused on starting careers and getting established in a new community. And sometimes that community is a long way from home and campus. But just because you aren’t in Rolla doesn’t mean you have to lose touch. [Read more…]
In October, 26 alumni and friends were inducted into Missouri S&T academies. Academy membership recognizes careers of distinction and invites members to share their wisdom, influence and resources with faculty and students. Some academies hold induction ceremonies in October, others in April. [Read more…]
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…]
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…]
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…]
Make plans now to attend Homecoming 2016 Oct. 14–15. More details will be published in the Summer issue of Missouri S&T Magazine. For hotel information and other accommodations in the area, go to mineralumni.com/homecoming.
Missouri S&T’s Honor Roll of Donors and Volunteers for fiscal year 2015 is now available online at honorroll.mst.edu. The listing recognizes contributions and service from July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015.
Through the Honor Roll, Missouri S&T acknowledges the philanthropic and volunteer support that continues to move our university forward. Thank you to the alumni, friends, corporate and foundation partners, faculty, staff, students, parents and others who fill our registry with Miner Pride.
Make plans now to travel to Rolla for the 108th St. Pat’s pre-parade party at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 19, at Hasselmann Alumni House, located at 1100 N. Pine St. Complimentary breakfast and a cash bar will be available before the parade.
If you can’t make it to Rolla, attend one of the St. Pat’s section events in your area. Help make the 108th celebration the Best Ever!
The Miners came from behind in the second half of the Homecoming football game to beat McKendree University 34-27.
The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on African-American Recruitment and Retention celebrated its 30th anniversary during Homecoming. Gregory Skannal, GeoE’85, and Joan Montague, CSci’95, reminisce at the CACAARR Tailgate.
Spectators lined the Rolla streets to watch the first-ever MinerFest Homecoming Parade, sponsored by the Student Union Board.
Students made s’mores and watched a movie at a SUB-sponsored bonfire outside Toomey Hall.
During the Legends Luncheon, the Miner Alumni Association presented vintage-inspired letter sweaters to award recipients.
The Miner Cheerleaders shared a bit of school spirit with alumni and guests during the Legends Luncheon.
S&T student design teams showed off their work to alumni during the Silver and Gold Gathering at Hasselmann Alumni House.
Alumni visited with current students and old friends during the Silver and Gold Gathering.