Henry Wiebe to retire Sept. 1

Dr. Henry Wiebe, vice provost of global learning for Missouri S&T, has announced that he will retire from the position effective Sept. 1. Wiebe has served as vice provost of global learning since February 2003. [Continue reading]

RMU asks to reduce electrical usage

Rolla Municipal Utilities has asked the campus to try to reduce electrical usage 2-6 p.m. this Thursday and Friday. Utilities officials expect these to be peak electrical usage periods. They don’t want any reduction to be disruptive to the normal … [Continue reading]

Ebola health precautions

Faculty, staff and students returning from overseas travel: have you visited a region where the Ebola epidemic is occurring? If so, visit student health’s website for information on signs, symptoms and appropriate response. Click on the Ebola … [Continue reading]

CArE Distinguished Lecture Series

The civil, architectural and environmental engineering department established a new “Distinguished Lecture Series” organized by the System and Process Assessment Research (SPAR) Laboratory, starting this fall. Lectures will be free of charge for … [Continue reading]

NSF program director to speak Sept. 3

Dr. Kishor Mehta, a National Science Foundation program director and a member of the National Academy of Engineering, will visit campus on Wednesday, Sept. 3, to give two lectures as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series organized by the System … [Continue reading]

S&T instrument groups accepting members

The Missouri S&T bands and orchestras start regular practices during the first week of classes. All interested instrumentalists are welcome to come to any practices during Opening Week or the first week of classes to join or find out more about … [Continue reading]

Men’s Chorus begins rehearsals

The Missouri S&T Men's Chorus is open to all men on campus whether faculty, staff or students. Led by Lorie Francis, a lecturer of music, the group will meet noon-12:50 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 138 Castleman Hall. … [Continue reading]

Dunk a cop for Special Olympics

The St. Pat’s Committee will host a dunking booth during Minerama to raise money for Special Olympics. For a small donation, you get a chance to dunk a police or parking officer. The dunking booth will be located near the Puck during Minerama, 11 … [Continue reading]

Library Poster Shop consolidated

The Library Poster Shop consolidated its services with Campus Printing Services at the end of the spring semester. Printing services is located in Room G-8 Campus Support Facility. For more information, contact 341-4264 or mstprint@mst.edu. … [Continue reading]

New department name: GGPE

The department formerly known as geological sciences and engineering has a new name: the department of geosciences and geological and petroleum engineering, or GGPE for short. The new name reflects the broader mission of the department and … [Continue reading]