2014

Tweets

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Dr. Cheryl B Shrader of @MissouriSandT– named @IEEEorg Fellow! http://t.co/rXTO5Ncc1a via @RollaDailyNews– Congrats, @SandTChancellor! — STEMconnector (@STEMconnector) January 22, 2014 A great #MLKDay2014! Got to see @MissouriSandT students working at @yourpartnership Resale Shop & Newburg Children's Museum today! #awesome — Martha Prine Edwards 🌞⚜️🚧 (@ozarkswriter) January 21, 2014 Last night a mom stopped me at […]

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Letter from the editor

Posted by on April 1, 2014

The crossroads Our campus has a proud tradition of equipping our students with a practical, applied education. It’s a tradition that began with our founding as a land grant institution — a response to the westward expansion fueled by the Industrial Revolution. Over the century that followed, Missouri S&T became a full-fledged research university, coming […]

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‘Inventern’ finalist

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Ron Erickson, IST’11, is building his own rally car from the ground up. By himself. The project got him noticed by MythBusters star Adam Savage, who held a contest last fall to find the next “Inventern” for his website tested.com.

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Rolla grads play key roles in I-70 bridge construction

Posted by on April 1, 2014

A number of Rolla graduates were involved in building the new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge, which crosses the Mississippi River connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois via Interstate Highway 70. The bridge opened to traffic on Feb. 9.

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Men’s basketball player named Academic All-America of the Year

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Bryce Foster, a senior in business and management systems from Florissant, Mo., is the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year award winner for NCAA Division II men’s basketball as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. He was chosen for the Academic All-America first team.

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Miners give back

Posted by on April 1, 2014

April is Philanthropy Month at Missouri S&T. It’s a time to celebrate giving, growth, pride and progress — and the philanthropic spirit that unites Miner Nation. All month, the campus will be turning the spotlight on the vital role philanthropy plays in our society with a number of on-campus events.

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A passion for fitness

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Michael Wuest, Bus’07, MBA’08, is campus dining services marketing manager at the University of Missouri-Columbia and now also an owner, manager and trainer at CrossFit COMO in Columbia. He founded the gym with a friend in June 2013. “When I came to Mizzou in 2011, I was reintroduced to CrossFit through the ‘300’ workout (the […]

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Small world

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Last September, Max Boeh, MinE’12 (left), was in Rolla recruiting at the Fall Career Fair. While wandering around the Havener Center during a break, looking for someone to have lunch with, he was surprised to see his brother, Mitch Boeh, ME’09, who was also on campus recruiting. Neither knew the other was there. Max is […]

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Going green can save green

Posted by on April 1, 2014

The energy efficiencies of a solar house can result in significant energy savings and save homeowners money in the long run, says Samantha Wermager, a senior in civil engineering. Wermager performed an energy analysis of S&T’s 2013 solar house with her advisor Stuart Baur, an associate professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering. Their research […]

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Recovering from disaster

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Nearly three years after a major tornado destroyed much of Joplin, Mo., former Joplin resident Suzanna Long created a process to help communities recover quickly from large-scale natural disasters.

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