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Dr. Yang Wang, assistant professor of environmental engineering, is quoted in The New York Times about his studies on aerosol transmission through household materials that could be used for face masks to protect from the coronavirus. The article, titled “What’s the Best Material for a Mask?” by Tara Parker-Pope is published in the April 5 issue. Dr. […]Read More »
The arts, languages and philosophy department will kick off its 2019-20 speaker series at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, in the Meramec-Gasconade Room of the Havener Center. Polo Camacho, an instructor and Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at the University of Kansas, will present a lecture, titled “The Central Dogma Is Empirically Inadequate … No Matter […]Read More »
Dr. Stuart Baur, Jessica Haywood, Dr. Daniel Oerther and Dr. David Westenberg received awards for their roles in campus service and experiential learning. They received the awards from the office of academic support during a ceremony Feb. 13 on campus.Read More »
Dr. Tony Frankino will present a biological sciences lecture, “Research-based Learning in the Galapagos” at noon Tuesday, March 6, in the Carver-Turner Room of the Havener Center. Frankino is an associate chair and associate professor in biology and biochemistry at the University of Houston.Read More »
Six Missouri S&T faculty are working to help students save money on textbooks with grants from the University of Missouri System. The grants are provided through the UM System Affordable & Open Educational Resources (A&OER) initiative. The program encourages faculty experimentation and innovation in finding new, better and less costly ways to deliver learning materials to students. The grants are awarded for three levels of costs and cost savings. The levels and S&T faculty recipients are:Read More »
The Winter 2017 commencement ceremonies will feature student speakers. Undergraduate students were invited this fall to compete for the chance to become one of four speakers. The following individuals will present their speeches during their graduation ceremony Saturday, Dec. 16, in Gale Bullman Building:
Morning ceremony at 10 a.m.
Afternoon ceremony at 3:30 p.m.