Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) currently has two-year scholarships available. These full-tuition scholarships cover full in-state or out-of-state tuition plus provide $1,200 per year for books and a tax-free stipend of $450 to $500 per month. The Army ROTC scholarship can pay for the final two years of a bachelor’s degree or a two-year master’s degree program. To qualify, a student must be a U.S. citizen and have a 2.5 cumulative grade point average, pass a physical fitness test and meet medical qualifications. Please direct interested students to the Army ROTC at 341-6808.
The safety of students, faculty members and staff members is a top priority for Missouri S&T and the University of Missouri System. Students, faculty and staff who travel internationally may encounter additional safety and health risks. The UM System provides the following resources to assist travelers who travel internationally on behalf of the university:
View a draft copy of the Human Resources, Equity and Inclusion (HREI) division’s proposed Work-Life Design Portfolio of Programs and Policies on hr.mst.edu. This work-life design portfolio of policies and programs is designed to present faculty and staff with a set of options that can be customized to individual situations. Please examine this draft proposal and provide comments and suggestions to Anitra Rivera, director of special projects for HREI, by March 1.
The 2016 edition of re:search, Missouri S&T’s research magazine, is now available online in PDF format. Past issues of the publication are also online. re:search is a collaborative effort between the office of research and sponsored programs and the marketing and communications department and is a part of Missouri S&T’s strategy to raise visibility among […]
Feedback from Missouri S&T employees, combined with input and efforts from the Employee Development Committee, have culminated in a self-paced professional development program offered through the division of Human Resources, Equity and Inclusion.
Casey Burton, a third-year Ph.D. student in chemistry at Missouri S&T, is one of six finalists for the BioAnalysis Zone Young Investigator Award, and he needs your help to win this award. Please vote for Burton in the competition. Burton works with Dr. Yinfa Ma, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor of chemistry, on research related to […]
Dr. Deitmar Oelz, research associate at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University, the fourth and final candidate for the open Missouri S&T mathematics position, will give a talk titled Mathematics of the Cytoskeleton, on Thursday, March 3, from 4 to 5:15 p.m., G5 Rolla Building.
As a service to the Missouri S&T community, Student Health Services provides an online subscription to Student Health 101, a monthly health and wellness magazine, for S&T students and their families. Each issue contains valuable information that will help students make better decisions and can help you gain a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.
The March issue of The Student Advocate online at http://readsh101.com/mst-pp.html .
You’re also invited to read the accompanying Student Health 101 issue for our students, online at http://readsh101.com/mst.html .
The undergraduate advising office presents three events in the coming semester.
Dedie Wilson, experiential learning specialist, Office of Undergraduate Studies, will present on “Undergraduate Experiential Learning” from noon to 1:30 p.m., Monday, February 15, in Room 208 Norwood Hall.
The third session of the 2015 Curators’ Teaching Summit will be held noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9, in the Missouri/Ozark Room of the Havener Center with the theme “Teaching Topics for Non-Tenure Track Faculty.”