Updated Ebola travel restrictions

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently issued updated information for colleges, universities and students regarding international travel to nations affected by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, as well as other nations where cases of Ebola have been reported. All Missouri S&T students, faculty and staff are advised to follow the CDC’s Warning – Level 3 Travel Notices, which recommend that people avoid non-essential travel to the affected nations of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and that “education-related travel to these countries be postponed until further notice.” The American College Health Association has also provided a number of internal and external resources to help educate S&T students, faculty and staff on Ebola.

Faculty Senate meeting today

Missouri S&T’s Faculty Senate will meet at 1:30 p.m. today (Thursday, Oct. 23) in Room 204 McNutt Hall. Visit the Faculty Senate website for a copy of the agenda. … [Continue reading]

Area J Lot 45 closed Oct. 25

Area J Lot 45 will be closed Saturday, Oct. 25, for sealing and painting. Please park in Area H Lot 37 during this time. … [Continue reading]

Area X parking changes

Area X, the parking lot by the Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, is for activities within the building or those who have an Area X permit only. Employees must purchase any permit to park in this lot. Any lettered permit will be authorized to park … [Continue reading]

Second NSF EPSCoR meeting

Missouri is eligible for the National Science Foundation’s experimental program to stimulate competitive research (EPSCoR) and will submit one proposal statewide. Sponsored programs will hold the second information and idea-sharing meeting for … [Continue reading]

Spring CLC software requests now open

Do you need specialized software such as Visual Studio, SPSS, NX, Minitab, Notepad++ or another discipline-specific program? Now is the time to request it. Education technology has opened the CLC software request process for instructors who need … [Continue reading]

Move bikes from Havener rack

All bicycles parked outside the Havener Center must be moved by Friday, Oct. 24, for construction work. If they are not moved, bikes will be taken to the University Police as lost-and-found items. … [Continue reading]

Cudney named ASEM Fellow

Dr. Elizabeth Cudney, associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering, was named a 2014 Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) on Oct. 17 at ASEM’s annual international conference. Fellowship is the … [Continue reading]

Fleck earns ROTC’s Andy Yost Award

Dr. Patti Fleck, director of counseling, disability support and student wellness, received the Andy “Ruck Sack” Yost Award for Selfless Service from Missouri S&T’s Army ROTC. Once a year, Army ROTC presents the award to one cadet and one faculty … [Continue reading]

David Finch to give two lectures Nov. 5

David Finch, an engineer, humorist and New York Times best-selling author, will present two guest lectures about autism on Wednesday, Nov. 5. Finch is a former semiconductor engineer turned full-time writer and speaker, and has written for the New … [Continue reading]