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The USDOT National Center for Transportation Infrastructure Durability & Life-Extension (TriDurLE) organized a student poster competition at the 2021 TriDurLE Symposium on December 6, 2021. S&T student Beshoy Riad’s poster presentation entitled “Implementing the Lightweight Deflectometer for MoDOT Construction Acceptance of Unbound Material Layers” received the best poster award at this competition. Beshoy is a PhD candidate in CArEE department and his advisor is Dr. Xiong Zhang.Read More »
Do you like to sing? Do you want to learn how to sing? Are you interested in being in a vocal group? Missouri S&T Choirs are here for you!Read More »
Here at the Beta-Chi Chapter of Kappa Sigma our goal is to excel and succeed in everything that we do, in a way to support this goal Kappa Sigma is offering the White Columns Scholarship to young men, entering or in their first or second year, who excel in various characteristics.Read More »
Applications for the Donald D. Myers Scholarship are now open! The recipient will be awarded a $2,000 scholarship applicable to the 2022-2023 school year and will be recognized at the Student Leaders’ Award Ceremony.
The deadline to apply is February 1, 2022. The Donald D. Myers Scholarship is awarded to Missouri S&T students who have made a significant contribution to the community or campus through their service
Having a hard time managing stress from studying for finals? Join Student Well-Being Staff for a series of drop-in stress management support sessions. These sessions will cover coping strategies for stressful times, self care when time is short, test anxiety tips and tricks, and a fun event. The sessions will all be held via Google Meet, with links, dates, and times below. Feel free to join at any time during the scheduled times!Read More »
The Havener Center will be open for study and gathering until midnight on Sunday, December 12 to Tuesday, December 14. There will be a late night breakfast on Monday, December 13; 9p.m. to 11 p.m. in the Food Court. Good Luck, Miners!Read More »
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Business (CASB) is soliciting nominations for a Student Impact Award. This award gives students the opportunity to recognize the significant impact that a CASB faculty member has had in their life. This award is not strictly for excellence in teaching, but rather to acknowledge a faculty member who had […]Read More »
Scholarships of up to $25,000 are available and will be awarded to young people, primarily ages 16 to 26, who explain their passion and how they will ignite change in a two-minute application video.
Applying is easy! Applicants simply create a two-minute video about their passion—no essays, grades, or athletic ability required! Applications are open here and close January 11 at 5:00 p.m. PST.
The complex challenges that we face as a society must be approached from a variety of perspectives. Understanding the origins, contexts, constraints and consequences of issues from technical and social points of view is critical for successful outcomes. Please join the College of Engineering and Computing and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business for the second in a new series of panel discussions of newsworthy topics at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 30.Read More »
“Hidden Patterns in Complex Systems”, a lecture on the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics, will be presented by Dr. Thomas Vojta, the chair of the S&T physics department, at 4pm on Thursday, November 18 in 104 Physics . The lecture is free and open to the public and suitable for interested undergraduates. This will be […]Read More »