Student Academics

New Fall course on Policy for Science, Technology, and Innovation

Posted by on April 21, 2021

Do Google, Airbus, and Samsung owe their success to the wisdom and foresight of government actors? Find out by taking Political Science 4320, “Policy for Science, Technology, and Innovation.” This course, taught by Dr. Krolikowski in the fall semester, was added to the fall schedule after advising week. It will explore whether and how public […]

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Writing Center helps with midterm papers, personal statements, design team projects, and more

Posted by on March 8, 2021

Are you looking for help writing midterm papers, a personal statement for medical school or a cost report for your design team? The S&T Writing Center can help you with these projects as well as other writing projects. The staff offers online screen-to-screen appointments and asynchronous appointments. For more information, please visit or email […]

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Ozark Research Field Station to host Summer 2021 courses

Posted by on March 5, 2021

The Ozark Research Field Station will be hosting Summer 2021 courses within the Biological Sciences Department. All courses will be held at the Field Station in Newburg, Missouri. On-site camping and boarding are offered as part of your course free of charge. Restrooms, showers, and plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities are available at the site. […]

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Thesis and dissertation formatting requirements in Word & LaTeX

Posted by on February 12, 2021

Graduate studies will host a virtual presentation about thesis and dissertation formatting requirements for Missouri S&T! During the presentation, students will learn the process to submit a thesis or dissertation, S&T’s requirements, and the guidelines for completion.

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Tutoring schedule available for Spring 2021

Posted by on February 5, 2021

The Student Success Center is open for the Spring 2021 semester, and we encourage all students to take advantage of our tutoring services in order to start the year off strong. For more information, visit

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Spring course offering: Modern Algebra II/Introduction to Ring Theory

Posted by on January 13, 2021

Dr. Matt Insall will teach the course Modern Algebra II/Introduction to Ring Theory this semester. It is two courses in one. Modern Algebra II is a continuation of Modern Algebra I (MATH 5105); its course number is MATH 5106. Introduction to Ring Theory is a graduate course continuing in the same vein, but specialized to […]

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SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program – applications due Dec 1, 2020

Posted by on October 1, 2020

The Vice Chancellor of Research and Graduate Studies, Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis, would like to remind the campus community that the application deadline for the SMART (Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation) Scholarship-for Service Program is December 1, 2020.

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General Chemistry Prep-Course available for any student enrolled in Chem 1310

Posted by on August 4, 2020

A prep-course designed to help any student enrolled in General Chemistry I (Chem 1310) be successful in the course is now available at no charge on Canvas. The voluntary, self-paced course introduces chemical concepts and also provides students with learning strategies to benefit them throughout their S&T experience.

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Are you interested in space and its resources? There is a new course offered online this fall semester that could be for you!

Posted by on August 4, 2020

undamentals of Space Resources (GeoEng 5810) is a new course that will be offered online this fall.

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Pre-register for upcoming IT Microsoft changes

Posted by on June 30, 2020

All UM System faculty and staff user accounts will soon use Microsoft Multi-Factor Authentication for logging into all email which includes Microsoft 365 email for students and alumni, Microsoft Teams collaboration software, and employee Exchange email accounts.

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