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S&T shines in ‘Best of Phelps County’

Posted by on March 6, 2018

Missouri S&T was voted into three categories in The Rolla Daily News’ “Best of Phelps County” competition. During the voting period of Sept. 18-Oct. 1, 2017, individuals could vote once daily. Missouri S&T was named the best college and S&T’s Havener Center was named the best event venue. Missouri S&T’s human resources department is the runner-up in the best employment agency category.

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Havener Center gets new carpet

Posted by on January 10, 2018

Havener Center’s carpeting is being replaced. While much of the work was completed during winter break, the project will extend into the first week of classes, Jan. 16-19. During this time, access to the building’s second-floor atrium, Silver and Gold Room, quiet lounge, and the front entrance of the Student Involvement and Leadership Center may be temporarily limited. Signs will be displayed to direct visitors. If the grand staircase is blocked, individuals may access Havener Center’s second floor via elevators and alternate stairwells.

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Tips for requesting meeting, event space

Posted by on January 10, 2018

The beginning of each semester creates a rush of requests for meeting and event space on campus. Requests for non-academic meetings, events and banquets are handled by the Havener Center’s event services staff on a first-come, first-served basis. At the beginning of the semester, responses may be delayed as a result of the high demand.

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Havener Center tree replacement planned

Posted by on August 13, 2014

This week, contractors working on the campus pedestrian walkway removed the trees lining the walkway to the Havener Center entrance. The trees, little leaf linden trees, are a popular food for Japanese beetles and had been infested. Their replacement, however, is part of the campus’s landscaping master plan. As part of the master plan, nearly twice the number of trees will be planted outside the Havener Center and along the new pedestrian walkway. Crews will plant a variety of trees that were selected for their seasonal presentation. Planting a variety of trees will help avoid devastation in future years if disease strikes one variety. Varieties to be planted include, bald cypress, Carolina silverbell, white birch, American yellowwood, maple, honey locust and three varieties of oak.

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Committee thanks students for input

Posted by on November 29, 2012

The Havener Center Master Plan Committee thanks the more than 1,200 students who took the time to complete the Havener Center master planning survey. This information will help them form a strategic plan for the next five to 10 years of the center’s operation. The following students, chosen at random, received prizes for participating in […]

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