Missouri S&T in the News

Missouri S&T in the news: Jim Bogan on (not in) the hammock

Posted by on May 21, 2008

Jim Bogan, Curators’ Teaching Professor of art, languages and philosophy, is not only the resident hammock expert at Missouri S&T (he made a movie about them). He’s also one of the nation’s most knowledgeable people when it comes discussing the swinging lounge. The Los Angeles Times has taken notice, and quotes Bogan extensively in a […]

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S&T in the news: experts on quake damage, copyright infringement, ethanol issues

Posted by on May 16, 2008

Missouri S&T’s Dr. J. David Rogers was interviewed by a New York Times reporter for a follow-up story in the International Herald Tribune about structural damage in the aftermath of the recent earthquake in China: A dam can fail in slow motion, he said. "If they do have a leak, this thing could fail two […]

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S&T in the news: more about dirty hair and clean air

Posted by on May 13, 2008

Missouri S&T environmental engineering research Glenn Morrison is the author of the cover article for the latest issue of the journal Environmental Science and Technology. Morrison’s article, Interfacial Chemistry in Indoor Environments, discusses the state of indoor ozone research. Read more on the Visions research blog.

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S&T in the news: All shook up

Posted by on April 23, 2008

Missouri S&T’s earthquake experts have been busy analyzing last week’s shake-up in the Midwest. Follow the coverage at Visions, S&T’s research blog.

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In the news: printing services recognized for innovations

Posted by on March 18, 2008

Missouri S&T’s printing and mail services office was the subject of a recent magazine article highlighting the office’s partnership with the University of Missouri printing service while keeping offset work in the in-plant arena to help fund its future growth. The article, In-plant Partnership, New Color Printer for Missouri University, was published in the latest […]

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S&T in the news: Hydrogen-powered busses

Posted by on February 27, 2008

Dr. K. Krishnamurthy, vice provost for research, recently spoke about Missouri S&T’s hydrogen-powered busses in Springfield: "Part of the project is to find out the cost of using hydrogen as a fuel," he said. "It is going to be expensive for a while, but our goal is to reach a cost of between $1.75 and […]

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In the news: Chancellor Carney’s Engineers Week op-ed

Posted by on February 18, 2008

“US students should study engineering,” an opinion piece by Chancellor John F. Carney III, appears in today’s Springfield News-Leader.

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UMR in the news: KC Star

Posted by on December 27, 2007

Who said a trip with Engineers Without Borders was supposed to be like spending Spring Break at the beach? This from the Kansas City Star: Bugs crawled in the straw mat all night, every night, nibbling on exposed parts of Allison Poulignot’s body. The 19-year-old University of Missouri-Rolla engineering student tossed and turned one evening, […]

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UMR in the news: Petroleum engineering, Taco Bell

Posted by on November 15, 2007

— Dr. Shari Dunn-Norman is quoted in a KOMU story about the shortage of petroleum engineers: "Right now we’re looking at start-up packages with 401k over 100 thousand dollars a year; it’s incredible," explained Dunn-Norman. — Also: UMR’s proximity to Taco Bell apparently counts for something. The Springfield News-Leader has the scoop.

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UMR in the news: Hello, is there anybody out there?

Posted by on November 7, 2007

Did you hear that UMR is changing it’s name? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has the following today: And last week, the school launched a related video campaign at hello.mst.edu. The website has short video clips of faculty, students, alumni and mascot Joe Miner saying "I am Missouri S&T" — or in some cases, "I am […]

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