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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.Read More »
Are you interested in space and its resources? There is a new course offered online this fall semester that could be for you!
undamentals of Space Resources (GeoEng 5810) is a new course that will be offered online this fall.Read More »
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.Read More »
Photographs by Jake Welsh, a 2020 Missouri S&T graduate in aerospace engineering, are displayed in the St. Louis Artists’ Guild virtual exhibition, “Art In Isolation.” The national juried art show features U.S. artists working in two-dimensional art, particularly digital, that was created before or during the pandemic. Artists were asked to submit work interpreting the title in their own way.Read More »
Remember the living laboratory at Missouri University of Science and Technology that installed advanced lead #batteries to power student homes? We’ve invited Stephane Menand from Missouri S&T to share an update on the #energystorage project, which has successfully harnessed solar #energy since 2018.Read More »
Are you interested in learning more about topics such as racism, sexism, and social relations? Do you ever have questions about politics, the use of language to unite or divide, or why “ordinary” people do “extraordinary” things? There are several upper-level courses offered during Fall 2020 that engage with subjects that provide context for and help develop understanding of political and social issues:Read More »
Do you enjoy playing or listening to music and want to learn more about it? Consider enrolling in one of our fall 2020 music courses below!
The arts, languages, and philosophy department offers a variety of music ensembles and content-based courses to choose from. Even if you don’t have any prior music knowledge, can’t read music, or haven’t played an instrument before, we have courses you can take!Read More »
The library building will be open with limited hours and operations beginning Monday, June 1. These limited operations will continue until further notice. Building hours will be Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM, with access restricted to S&T affiliates. Patrons may use their S&T ID to enter.Read More »