Ozark Research Field Station

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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Visit the field station to unplug

Posted by on April 2, 2020

Feeling like you’ve been Zooming all over campus? Come to the S&T Ozark Research Field Station to take a break from media and technology and to connect with nature.

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Volunteer for STEM-focused event for Girl Scouts

Posted by on October 10, 2019

The Rolla Graduate Women in Science (GWIS) chapter will host an event for local Girl Scouts at the Missouri S&T’s Ozark Research Field Station Saturday, Oct. 19. Volunteers are needed.

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In the news: BYU Radio, C-Span, Scientific American, Spotify, St. Louis Public Radio

Posted by on June 4, 2019

  • Why is folklore important in understanding the past and preparing for the future? Dr. Simon Bronner, author of Folklore: The Basics and Maxwell C. Weiner Distinguished Professor of Humanities S&T,
    talks with BYU Radio host Marcus Smith in an interview on May 8.
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In the news: Animals extinct in 2018, pioneering bacteriologist, student start-up, word origins

Posted by on January 8, 2019

  • Dr. Robin Verble, associate professor of biological sciences and director of S&T’s Ozark Research Field Station, shared her expertise on dwindling insect populations with mashable.com.
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    Ready for a big day of birding?

    Posted by on October 4, 2018

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    Join the Global Big Day birding event Saturday, Oct. 6, at S&T’s Ozark Research Field Station in Newburg. Beginning and advanced birders, naturalists and anyone interested in finding out more about the field station are welcome. Tours are at 7 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Participants will count birds and submit the data to track bird numbers and migration to The Cornell Lab.

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