Assessment of Emerson Hall damage underway; stay tuned for updates

Damage to Emerson Hall, following a fire on the roof of the building on Thursday, Dec. 8, is currently being evaluated. We will provide a status update via email and on the S&T alert site, alert.mst.edu, this afternoon (Friday, Dec. 9) about plans for use of the building next week.

If you are an employee who works in Emerson Hall and you have questions about recording your time for payroll, please contact the human resources staff at 341-4241 or email at hrsinfo@mst.edu.

If you typically work in Emerson Hall and must retrieve items, please bring your ID card to the main entrance of the building on the north side, facing 16th Street. A Missouri S&T security officer and police officer are available to escort faculty and staff, with proper ID, who must retrieve items from the building.

Electrical and computer engineering students who need access to the building should contact their professor or department chair, who then should contact University Police to grant permission and access to the building.

If you are a student with classes scheduled in Emerson Hall, please visit the Missouri S&T registrar’s website, registrar.mst.edu/eechanges, for relocated class locations.

Finals scheduling

The registrar’s office will work with faculty and students to reschedule classes or finals that need to be rescheduled as a result of a fire today at Emerson Hall (EE). … [Continue reading]

UM System Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force announces recommendations

Following the completion of a system-wide audit of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts and practices at the University of Missouri System, the university system’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force has released its recommendations for how … [Continue reading]

Filming of ‘active shooter’ video planned Dec. 11

Missouri S&T’s Police Department, in conjunction with the S&T marketing and communications department, will film an instructional video at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, inside and on the north side of the Engineering Management Building. If you are … [Continue reading]

Blackboard will be discontinued Dec. 29, assistance available

Blackboard will be unavailable beginning Dec. 29, instead of Dec. 31, as previously announced. The Educational Technology (EdTech) staff will available every day to assist faculty during and after finals week. The office will be closed for the … [Continue reading]

Registration open for TLT X conference in March

Save the date for Missouri S&T’s Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2017, or TLT X, on Thursday, March 16, and Friday, March 17. The theme is “celebrating excellence in teaching.” Dr. Larry Gragg and Jared Stein will serve as keynote … [Continue reading]

Chancellor’s brunch brings cheer, see pictures online

Employees celebrated the season with caroling, conversation and cookie-decorating at the Chancellor’s Holiday Brunch Dec. 6 at Hasselmann Alumni House. Check out photos on Missouri S&T’s Flickr account. In addition to enjoying refreshments and … [Continue reading]

Fire and Ice — study abroad takes students to Iceland

Students can fulfill their experiential learning requirement and earn six credit hours next summer during the study abroad trip, “Heroes of Fire and Ice: A Three-Week Study Abroad to Iceland,” May 29-June 17. Dr. Eric Bryan and Dr. Anne Cotterill, … [Continue reading]

Khayat to receive national award for concrete innovation

Dr. Kamal Khayat will be honored with the ACI Foundation’s Jean-Claude Roumain Innovation in Concrete Award in March 2017. The award will be presented March 26 during the ACI Spring 2017 Concrete Convention and Exposition in Detroit. He received … [Continue reading]

Awuah-Offei selected to work with West African university

Dr. Kwame Awuah-Offei, associate professor of mining and nuclear engineering, was awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to travel to Ghana, West Africa, to work with the University of Mines and Technology … [Continue reading]