50 years in physics

This past fall, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business honored Jerry Peacher, associate chair and professor of physics, for 50 years of teaching excellence.

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S&T grad contributes $550,000 to Classroom Learning Center

The president and CEO of a company founded the same year classes were first held at S&T has donated $550,000 to provide more classroom space for today’s students.

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Leadership changes

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A milestone year for giving

Missouri S&T donors contributed $24.3 million in charitable gifts and pledges during the 2019 fiscal year — a $1.7 million increase over last year’s benchmark of $22.6 million. S&T also received nearly $20.2 million in private grants, bringing total external funding for the fiscal year to $44.5 million.

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Commencement

Bipin N. Doshi, ChE’62, MS ChE’63, retired chairman, president and CEO of Schafer Industries in South Bend, Ind., talked to S&T graduates in May about all the ways Missouri S&T has prepared its graduates for success.

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Honoring professional achievement

Also during the Saturday afternoon commencement ceremony, three Miner alumni were presented with the Award of Professional Distinction. The award recognizes outstanding S&T graduates for their professional achievements.

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Student speakers

Four graduating students were selected to speak during commencement in May:

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S&T grads receive Grainger Power Engineering Awards

Ten recent graduates each received a $6,000 Grainger Power Engineering Award from the electrical and computer engineering department at Missouri S&T. The awards are presented as a reward for academic excellence.

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S&T celebrates fitness center expansion

Just in time to work off pre-finals stress, Missouri S&T’s newly renovated fitness center opened in May. The $4 million expansion more than doubled the facility’s footprint — from 6,400 square feet to 16,600 square feet — which allowed the number of fitness machines to also more than double.

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Physics grad receives NSF graduate research fellowship

Cameron Lerch, Phys’19, was awarded a place in the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

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