Beginning next semester (Fall 2019), the student parking permits for some parking lots will be reserved for students who live in a residential hall. The residential areas and lots include:
- Residential Commons 1: Students who live in Res Commons 1 will have priority for Lot H permits.
- Residential Commons 2: Students who live in Res Commons 2 will have priority for Lot S permits.
- University Commons: Students who live in University Commons will have priority for Lot N permits.
- Miner Village: Students who live in Miner Village will have priority for Lot K permits.
- Thomas Jefferson Hall: Students who live in T.J. will have priority for Lot T permits.
If you request a student permit for a residential lot and you do not live in the associated hall, your request will be given lower priority than residents. However, you may request permits for up to 6 lots to increase your chances to secure a parking space.Read More »
The NEW S&T Fitness Center is now hiring health & fitness minded S&T students for the positions of Fitness Center Attendants and Fitness Center Supervisors.
• The Fitness Center Attendant is responsible for the daily operations of the S&T Fitness Center. They oversee access control, customer service, facility function and security, guest safety, policy enforcement, and emergency response.
• The Fitness Center Supervisor is responsible for all service desk functions, general facility operations, and for evening and weekend coverage of the S&T Fitness Center.
In-house 1st Aid/CPR/AED training is offered and required of all staff.
For a detailed job description and for any additional questions please contact Andy Scholl at email@example.com or call 573-341-7594. Resumes and cover letters are encouraged.
Gonzo Gives back is an annual Service project day done through Student Involvement and community partners from around the Rolla area. Students, faculty, and staff can participate in a service project from 8am-12pm on March 14th by registering on Orgsync by March 8th. Free T-shirts will be given out to everyone that registers and there will be free donuts in the morning before the service project begins. Pats points will be awarded to participating organizations: 75 points for 1-3 participants, 100 points for 4+ participants. If you have any questions or concerns you can email Sierra Shields at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More »
A $10 rush ticket sale for S&T students will begin at 10:00 am on Friday, February 22 for that evening’s concert featuring New York-based contemporary string quartet ETHEL, performing with Grammy Award-winning Native American musician Robert Mirabal. The performance will take place at Leach Theatre in Castleman Hall at 7:30 pm. Students must present a valid S&T student ID card at the box office in Castleman Hall on Friday, February 22 to purchase a $10 ticket to the performance (regular price = $35). Limit 1 discounted ticket per student. Sale runs from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and will continue from 6:30-7:30 pm before the show. Visit https://leachtheatre.mst.edu/events/18-19/ethel/ for more information.Read More »
Dr. Claire Howell Major, professor of higher education at the University of Alabama, will give the keynote address at S&T’s annual Teaching and Learning Technology Conference on the topic, “Learning Assessment: Making Learning Visible as an Essential Element of Effective Teaching” at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 14, in Butler-Carlton Hall 125. Please register by March 1 at tlt.mst.edu.Read More »
An open forum will be held with Dr. Brad Porfilio, candidate for the position of Chair in the Department of Teacher Education and Certification from 2:00-3:00pm on Monday, February 18th in Butler Carlton Room 216.
Dr. Porfilio is currently Director of Research for Social Justice and Professor of Leadership (Tenured) at Seattle University in Seattle, WA. He received his Ph.D. in Social Foundations of Education from State University of New York at Buffalo.
Title: “What is grit and can we increase it in college students?”
Presenters: Dr. Susan Murray, Professor of Psychology, S&T, and Stephanie Dukes, Psychology Undergraduate Student, S&T
Date/Time: Monday, Feb 18th: 2:00-2:30pm
Location: Butler-Carlton 121
Missouri S&T’s basketball teams will be at home on Saturday to take on arch-rival Drury in a doubleheader at Gibson Arena. The women’s game against the nation’s top-ranked team in NCAA Division II will begin at 1 p.m., followed by the men’s game at 3 p.m. Student admission is free with your S&T I.D. card.Read More »