Profiles

Bridget Williams: A shirt of a different color

Posted by on November 28, 2008

Sophomore Bridget Williams is the easiest volleyball player to find on the floor. Just look for the player wearing a different-colored jersey.

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Keith Wedge: From Boy Scout to brigadier general

Posted by on November 27, 2008

What began as a casual hobby picking up rocks while visiting the western United States took retired Gen. Keith Wedge, GGph‘70, MS GGph‘71, PhD GGph‘73, from the Boy Scouts to the U.S. Army. In between, his fascination with rocks led him to Missouri S&T’s geology and geophysics program.

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Meet the new Miner Alumni Association president: Perrin Roller

Posted by on November 27, 2008

This fall, Perrin Roller, GeoE’80, became president of the Miner Alumni Association. Missouri S&T Magazine staff sat down with the vice president of well engineering for Devon Energy to get his perspective about the job.

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Irvin and Elmer Spotte: oldest living Miner brothers

Posted by on September 14, 2008

Back in the early 1930s, when the men believed to be Missouri S&T’s oldest living brothers – Irvin and Elmer Spotte – played football for the MSM Miners, Jackling Field stood in what today is the middle of campus. Located just to the left of Jackling Gymnasium, which was torn down in the 1960s to […]

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Bob & Mary Keiser: Leading by example

Posted by on September 14, 2008

As a guard and tackle on the Miner football team, Bob Keiser, EE’65, learned firsthand the importance of teamwork. The leadership lessons he gained from athletics stayed with him throughout his career, taking him all the way from the football field to the boardroom.

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Dale and Patricia Ruma Spence: You don’t have to retire with a million dollars to make a difference

Posted by on June 16, 2008

Going Greek has made a big difference in the lives of two young alumni who are giving back to Missouri S&T and encouraging other recent grads to do the same.

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Beth Burka: "Save green, go green"

Posted by on March 17, 2008

Beth (Eberle) Burka, ME’84, is helping businesses across the country save green by going green. Burka founded her St. Louis-based company Energy Matters Inc. in June 2005 to help business owners save money by developing energy management programs. In doing so, Burka took a huge risk leaving a stable position at a natural gas company, […]

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Garmin International and the Kao Family Foundation

Posted by on March 17, 2008

Garmin, a leader in GPS navigation and communication equipment, and the Kao Family Foundation are helping Missouri S&T students financially navigate through the university, thanks to a new scholarship program and training initiative. The Kao Family Foundation will offer scholarships worth $5,000 per year to 20 Missouri S&T students. Established by Min H. Kao, co-founder […]

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Kandi Wieberg: A dream come true

Posted by on March 17, 2008

Since she was a little girl, Kandi Wieberg dreamed of being a college softball player. Playing as second baseman for Missouri S&T’s softball team, she’s achieved her dream and much more.

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Fred Bueler Jr.: Remodeling St. Louis, one house at a time

Posted by on November 22, 2007

Fred Bueler Jr., CE’79, got hooked on the home-remodeling business at age 14 when he began working summers for a contractor in his St. Louis hometown. Back in those days, he was digging footings and foundations by hand.

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