By the numbers: Spring 2019

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257 – Missouri S&T students and staff members who spent “a day on, not a day off” performing service projects throughout Phelps County on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

535 – Earth orbits veteran astronaut Janet Kavandi, MS Chem’82, logged during her space flight career. Read more about Kavandi.

259 – Record number of employers recruiting at S&T’s Spring Career Fair, held Feb. 19.

14 – Awards Missouri S&T received from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education during the CASE District VI conference, held in Denver in January. Awards included a Gold Award for the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Missouri S&T Magazine, which featured the Mars Rover Design Team.

10-2 – Miner football 2018 regular-season finish. Only the third 10-win campaign for the Miners in the history of the program, it was the best recorded by any college football team in Missouri in 2018, and led to a bowl game invitation.

1 – Miner Disc Golf Club’s finish in the Missouri Collegiate Disc Golf Championship held in Columbia this past fall. The win qualified them for the national championship held in March in North Augusta, S.C.

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