As the 150th anniversary of our university’s founding draws closer, registered student organizations, academic units and administrative units that have plans to celebrate this milestone anniversary are invited to apply for one of several mini-grants available to help fund projects and activities that best meet the goals of celebrating the 150th and raising S&T’s visibility to key audiences. Up to $5,000 will be available per grant, depending on funding availability. For more details, visit marketing.mst.edu/150.Read More »
Thanks to a sponsorship by Phelps County Bank, employees
can get free ice cream from Soda and Scoops on Route 66 during Staff
Appreciation Day on Wednesday, May 29, at the Havener Center. For
more details on activities, getting an event T-shirt or volunteering, visit Staff
National Prevention Week, which focuses on preventing
suicide, will conclude Friday, May 17. The overall theme of “Inspiring Action.
Changing Lives” reminds us that there is something each of us can do to change
lives for the better. Counseling Services notes that the Missouri S&T
Suicide Prevention Training Program was designed to help faculty, staff and
students prevent suicide by teaching how to: identify people at risk for
suicide; recognize protective factors and warning signs of suicide; respond to
the signs and get help. Don’t wait. Take 15 minutes to complete the “Ask.
Listen. Refer.” training at www.asklistenrefer.org/mst.
Due to the expansion of Kummer Student Design Center, parking lot Q-23 will be closed beginning Monday, May 20, and will remain closed during construction. All Q permit holders can park in Lot X-20 at Gale Bullman Building. For more information, please contact parking operations at 341-4303.Read More »