Wang and Liu receive 2015 CAPEES Best Paper Award

Dr. Jianmin Wang, associate professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, and Dr. Guoqiang Liu, assistant research professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, received the 2015 Chinese-American Professors in Environmental Engineering and Science (CAPEES) Best Paper Award, for their publication “Long-term low DO enriches and shifts nitrifier community in activated sludge,” which was published in 2013 in Environmental Science and Technology. Their research impacts sustainable wastewater treatment and reuse.

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Fogg consults for BBC program

Dr. Shannon Fogg, chair and associate professor of history and political science, recently served as a historical consultant for the BBC One program “Who Do You Think You Are?” The program explores the genealogy of well-known individuals. The episode … [Continue reading]

SFA office earns Default Prevention Grant

For the third year in a row, the student financial assistance (SFA) office has received the Missouri Department of Higher Education's $25,000 Default Prevention Grant. The proposal was drafted and submitted by Sara Lewis, manager of SFA, which builds … [Continue reading]

Grover-Bisker wins CIEC award

Dr. Edna M. Grover-Bisker, director of career opportunities and employer relations, won the Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) best poster award for her poster titled “Textbook Pages to Salary Wages: An Examination of the … [Continue reading]

Huber earns department award

Dr. Patrick Huber, professor of history and political science, recently earned the Constance R. Brown Faculty Excellence Award. The award recognizes the member of the history and political science department at Missouri S&T who best demonstrates … [Continue reading]

Learn to reduce stress

Do you have chronic illness, pain, anxiety or depression? Register now for stress reduction classes and earn 100 points toward the 2016 Wellness Incentive that will pay you up to $450 for taking steps to live a healthier life. Orientation will be … [Continue reading]

Army ROTC to fire cannon today

The Army ROTC cannon crew will conduct crew certification 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27. They will fire 12-gauge blanks intermittently between 2 and 3 p.m. The blanks make noise and smoke only. No projectile will be fired. … [Continue reading]

Use calendar to publicize events

Want to ensure your upcoming event has the most visibility possible? Submit your upcoming events to the Missouri S&T Calendar of Events. It's a free service to all university-affiliated organizations, and it's the best way for you to inform the … [Continue reading]

City of Rolla reminder about sidewalk usage

The City of Rolla parking department wants to remind the campus community of city policies related to riding bicycles on the sidewalks of downtown. The following city ordinances should be practiced for law abidance and safety: … [Continue reading]

Faculty First Fridays resume Sept. 4

With the new academic year under way, Faculty First Fridays will resume on Friday, Sept. 4. These informal lunches provide an opportunity to network and share ideas with your faculty colleagues and university administration. The brown-bag lunch will … [Continue reading]