State of the University Oct. 8

Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader will give the State of the University address at noon Wednesday, Oct. 8, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall.

MNS testing complete

Thank you for participating in last week’s test of the Missouri S&T emergency mass notification system. Test messages were sent out by phone, email and text to 10,550 recipients at noon Wednesday, Sept. 24. By 12:01 p.m., the message was … [Continue reading]

Statistician to give two guest lectures

Dr. Li-Xing Zhu, structural chair professor and head of mathematics at Hong Kong Baptist University, will visit campus and give two lectures on dimension reduction and variable selection methods. The campus community is invited to attend both … [Continue reading]

Havener reservations to close, move

The reservations department at the Havener Center will be closed on Tuesday, Sept. 30, to move to a new location. During this time, the office will be unavailable. Please email any questions you may have to reserve@mst.edu and they will respond as … [Continue reading]

Learn how sleep improves the brain

Dr. Paul Shaw, associate professor of neurobiology from the Washington University School of Medicine, will present a seminar on the benefits of sleep and how it ameliorates learning difficulties. The seminar will be held 3-4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6, in … [Continue reading]

Get free hanging folders from archives

University archives has hundreds of gently used standard -sizehanging folders to give away. Available colors include green, pink, yellow and blue. Go to the university archives in Room G-2 of the Curtis Laws Wilson Library and help yourself to as … [Continue reading]

Wellness Incentive starts Oct. 1

The university’s Wellness Incentive starts Oct. 1 for all eligible faculty and staff. From October 2014 through September 2015, you can earn up to $450 in your paycheck for taking steps to improve your health. This year includes a two-tier incentive … [Continue reading]

Woelk returns to assistant chair duties

In a previous announcement about the new administrative structure for academic affairs, it was mistakenly reported that Dr. Klaus Woelk would return to full-time teaching and research duties in the chemistry department. In fact, he is returning to … [Continue reading]

Sophomore Summit is Oct. 7

A new event designed for sophomore students only will be launched on campus in October. The Sophomore Summit will be held 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, starting in the McNutt Hall atrium. The event will feature tips from current students speaking on … [Continue reading]

Humanities and Social Sciences Building water outage today

There will be a water outage starting at 4:30 p.m. today (Thursday, Sept. 25) in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building. The outage will last until repairs are completed. For more information, call Mick Amick at 341-4252. … [Continue reading]