The battle for the brain

Watch your inbox for the next issue of the Missouri S&T Magazine, which mails in August 2019.

An American in Paris

Shannon Fogg, chair and professor of history and political science at Missouri S&T, spent the month of January in Paris as a visiting scholar at Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, which is considered an international innovation hub for the social sciences. [Read more…]

1982 grad speaks at May 2017 commencement

Stephanie O’Sullivan, CE’82, former principal deputy director of National Intelligence at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, was Missouri S&T’s May 2017 commencement speaker. In her talk, she encouraged S&T graduates to be willing to tackle big challenges and then do the hard work to back it up.

Save the date: Homecoming 2017

Make plans now to return to Rolla for Homecoming 2017 Oct. 27–28. Reconnect with former classmates and enjoy the Miner spirit! More details will be published in the summer issue of Missouri S&T Magazine.

Academy Events

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Help us remember: 150 years of Miner Legacy

The year 2020 will mark Missouri S&T’s sesquicentennial celebration. A special commemorative book is being planned for the occasion, and we need your help. Please share remembrances of your alma mater and you may see your story in the book. All stories will be shared with the University Archives. Email your stories to or visit  We look forward to hearing from you!


20140408-Hot-Glass-Shop-048_fScience and art intersect in the Hot Glass Shop, where students have used their scientific minds to drive their creativity since the facility opened on the Missouri S&T campus in 2007. Only 16 students are accepted into the course each semester since the small workspace restricts the number of participants able to work safely in the shop with its one crucible and one reheat furnace. Once they learn the basics of working in the shop, students are turned loose to express themselves by making a variety of objects for practical application or aesthetic appeal. [Read more…]


Krawitz receives Chancellor Medal

Natalie M. “Nikki” Krawitz, former vice president for finance and administration for the University of Missouri System, received the Chancellor Medal for her contributions to the university. Krawitz served as vice president from 2002 until her retirement in June. Krawitz spoke during commencement Friday, May 17.

Mapping the route to student success

BobBuehlerA group of Missouri S&T students is helping Garmin International Inc. develop new GPS products and technologies through an internship program at a new software engineering facility established on campus last fall.

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