S&T women honored

Karlynn Sievers, LSci’96, Engl’96, assistant clinical professor at University of Wyoming-Casper Family Medicine, received the 2012 Missouri S&T Alumna of the Year Gold Award.

Rachel (Mace) Morris, AMth’96, assistant to the vice provost for undergraduate studies at Missouri S&T, received the 2012 Missouri S&T Alumna of the Year Silver Award.

Amber Julien, a junior in psychological science from Waynesville, Mo., received the 2012 Woman Student of the Year Gold Award.

Brittney Abel, a junior in psychological science from Republic, Mo., received the 2012 Woman Student of the Year Silver Award.

The Alumna and Woman Student of the Year Award endowment was created by three named female professors at Missouri S&T: Mariesa Crow, F. Finley Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering; Dee Haemmerlie Montgomery, Curators’ Teaching Professor of psychology; and the late Ann Miller, former Cynthia Tang (Econ’85) Missouri Distinguished Professor of Computer Science. The awards are given to alumnae who are dedicated to enhancing the lives
of women and committed to diversity.

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MXene discovery could improve energy storage

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A faster charge for electric vehicles

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