Dr. Kathleen Sheppard, associate professor of history and political science, edited a volume of historical archaeological correspondence. The book, “My Dear Miss Ransom…”: Letters between Caroline Ransom Williams and James Henry Breasted, 1898-1935, chronicles the conversations between the first American female Egyptologist and her colleague.Read More »
Tyler Lamb, a senior in aerospace engineering, is one of four students selected as all-tournament officials at the Region IV NIRSA Basketball Tournament at Texas A&M in March. NIRSA was formerly an abbreviation for National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association.Read More »
The International Journal of Philosophical Practice published an article by Ross Channing Reed in its Fall 2017 issue. Reed is a lecturer of arts, languages and philosophy. His paper is titled “Depression, Anxiety, Powerlessness and Irrational Belief in Unlimited Individual Possibility as a Consequence of Ubiquitous Systemic Terror.”Read More »
Dr. Larry Gragg penned a chapter titled “Avoid Advertising the Obvious: Gambling and the Chamber of Commerce Promotion of Las Vegas in the 1950s” for the book All In. Gragg is a Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor emeritus of history. The book is a collection of essays that explores five aspects of American gambling history: crime, advertising, politics, religion and identity.Read More »
The University of Missouri System’s 2018 participants in the Dr. Elson S. Floyd Administrative Leadership Development Program (ALDP) have been selected. Participants include administrative staff members at the four UM System campuses, the University of Missouri System and the University of Missouri Health System. The ALDP supports an annual cohort of 30-35 administrative leaders. Missouri S&T participants in the 2018 cohort are:Read More »
American Mothers Inc. named Joan Nesbitt Missouri Mother of the Year. Nesbitt is the vice chancellor for University Advancement at S&T. Along with honorees from each state, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, Nesbitt will be honored at the American Mothers National Convention April 22-24 in Washington, D.C.Read More »
- The Pittsburgh Courier News staff recently published photos of attendees at the National Society of Black Engineers’ 44th annual convention in Pittsburgh March 21-25. Among those pictured are Keelen Jones, a freshman engineering student at Missouri S&T, with MU engineering students Raphael Hutchins and Marlon Taylor.