Landscaping: No. 38-43

From ornamental beds to oak trees, the landscape services department at Missouri S&T keeps the landscaping on our 280-acre campus looking great.

38_Dogwoods.jpgNo. 38: Dogwoods in spring

The dogwoods are in bloom. Can spring break be far behind?

 

No. 39: Rocks outside
Toomey Hall

A little bit of dolomite right in the middle of campus. This is the same type of rock used to build the foundations of the Rolla Building and Norwood Hall.

No. 40: Playing Frisbee
at the Puck

It’s the ultimate way to spend some
free time.

No. 41: Earth Day

St. Pat’s isn’t the only time we get
our green on. Every year, the campus hosts hundreds of kids who come to learn about the environment. Come to Earth Day and you might even get a
free tree.

No. 42: Oak trees outside Toomey Hall

Margie (Dickerson) Gordon, ChE’02, met her husband, John, EE’02, under
the big oak tree on the west side of the Puck in front of Toomey Hall during the freshman orientation picnic on her very first day on campus. Years later, they
had their engagement photos taken in
the very same spot.

43_PrettyCampus.jpgNo. 43: Pretty campus

The S&T landscaping team has worked wonders to beautify campus in recent years. They make dirt look good.

Around the Puck

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Understanding the invisible injury

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Analyzing small molecules for big results

By Delia Croessmann, croessmannd@mst.edu At only 28 years old, Casey Burton, Chem’13, PhD Chem’17, director of medical research at Phelps Health in Rolla and an adjunct professor of chemistry at Missouri S&T, is poised to become a prodigious bioanalytical researcher.

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To prevent and protect

By Peter Ehrhard, ehrhardp@mst.edu Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are an unfortunate but all too common occurrence during military training and deployment. Because mild TBIs often present no obvious signs of head trauma or facial lacerations, they are the most difficult to diagnose at the time of the injury, and patients often perceive the impact as […]

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Q&A

Toughest class … ever Some of your classes may have been a breeze, but others kept you up at all hours studying, and some of you struggled just to pass. As part of his research for the S&T 150th anniversary history book, Larry Gragg , Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor emeritus of history and political science, asked […]

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Comments

  1. KIM JENSEN says

    We have visited the Missouri S&T campus several times and I have marveled at the beauty of a particular hearty shrub with dark green large leaves that are red at the tips. What is the name of this shrub?