Q&A with CEC: Kaylie Dean

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On November 28, 2023

Kaylie Dean

Kaylie Dean, office support assistant for civil, architectural and environmental engineering.

Kaylie Dean is an office support assistant for civil, architectural and environmental engineering. She has worked at S&T for over one year.

What do you most enjoy about working at Missouri S&T?
The people — my coworkers, the students, the alumni and the companies.

What is your proudest accomplishment while working here?
Planning and executing our annual Academy of Civil Engineers events in April.

What is one piece of advice you would give to a new CEC staff member?
Attend as many campus-wide events and meetings as you can. It helps you get more comfortable and feel like a part of the team when you can put faces with names and build connections.

What advice would you have for a struggling student?
Talk to somebody and get whatever you’re feeling off your chest. We have so many great resources for mental health on campus, and nothing is harder than feeling alone when you’re struggling — and I’ll be a listening ear!

What is something people may be surprised to learn about you?
I live on a farm.

If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
Time travel. Time goes by way too fast, and it is too easy to take special moments for granted.

Position title: Office support assistant
Years of service at S&T: 1.5 years
Hometown: Rolla, Missouri
Favorite food: El Maguey
Favorite book: Who has time to read?!

About Q&A with CEC
Staff members in the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) have great stories and deserve to be highlighted. This feature is one way to recognize them.

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