Dr. Braden Lusk, chair and professor of mining and nuclear engineering since August 2016, has resigned from S&T effective July 1 to take a position with the commercial explosives company Dyno Nobel. In the interim, Dr. Kwame Awuah-Offei, associate professor of mining engineering, will serve as interim director of mining engineering, and Dr. Hyoung-Koo “Hank” Lee, associate […]Read More »
Elections for the 2018-19 year for vacant Staff Council positions are coming up. Nominations are due Friday, June 22. You may nominate yourself or another staff member. Staff Council seats will be vacant in the employee categories of: secretarial/clerical, administrative/professional and craft/maintenance.Read More »
Employees collectively donated $2,000 to S&T’s employee scholarship program through the food auction during Staff Day on May 30. The proceeds include a $1,000 matching donation from Chris Maples, interim chancellor, and Sara Marcus. Scholarship applications are currently being accepted for the fall 2018 semester. The deadline is Friday, June 15. For more details or to apply, please visit Staff Council’s website.Read More »
If you missed Staff Day on May 30 or would like to watch the Western-themed videos from the opening ceremony again, two videos are posted online. Visit staffcouncil.mst.edu/staff-day and scroll down for the videos: “The Wild WeS&T” and a staff service awards video that honors employees with service anniversaries in five-year increments, from 5 years to 40 years.Read More »
Need to order promotional items or official apparel for your department? Here are a few quick tips for what to do and what not to do.
- Always use the files available on mst.edu.
- Always adhere to the clear space and minimum size standards to ensure legibility.
- Use a licensed vendor when ordering items that bear the university name, university logos or other trademarked verbiage.
- Contact the marketing and communications department at 341-4328 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need additional guidance.
The office of new student programs is implementing an orientation advisory council. This standing council comprises faculty, staff and students spanning various departments, divisions, and including both colleges. This group will provide valuable insight to aid the new student programs staff in developing the best orientation experiences for incoming students.Read More »
Ann M. Raab, adjunct instructor in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, will present a lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 14, on the second floor of Curtis Laws Wilson Library. Her talk is titled “Unleashing the Wolf: General Order No. 11 and Civil War on the Western Border.”Read More »
In recognition of the change in program scope and delivery, the office of Student Life will become the office of student involvement on Sunday, July 1. Located in the Student Involvement Center on the second floor of Havener Center, the student involvement staff aims to connect students to community, develop engaged leaders and create a culture of mentorship to enhance personal and professional development.Read More »