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Celebrate Flag Day (June 14) and the first official day of summer (June 21) with free fireworks at S&T. The displays will begin at approximately 8:45 p.m. Friday, June 14, and Friday, June 21, from Parking Area M-36, located west of the Engineering Research Laboratory.Read More »
SPOILER ALERT: If you missed the July 18 episode of Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour, rocker and reality TV star Ozzy Osbourne visited S&T’s Experimental Mine … and he blew things up. More precisely, Dr. Catherine Johnson and Dr. Paul Worsey assisted Ozzy and his children, Jack and Kelly, with setting off explosions in and around the mine. In the episode,Read More »
Missouri S&T’s Experimental Mine is getting national exposure on a TV show called Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour on the A&E Network. Tune in at 8 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, July 18). The time is listed as 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (ET) on the website but will air at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time (CT). Watch a preview of tonight’s show, “I am Ice Cream Man.”Read More »
- Stephen Corns, associate chair of graduate studies, is featured in an Engineering.com article about Missouri S&T’s master’s degree in engineering management. The article, “Take the Lead Where Engineering and Business Intersect,” was published June 23. Embedded with the story is a video produced by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) about Missouri S&T’s engineering management and systems engineering department. The video features several faculty and a student, including Corns; Dr. Suzanna Long, department chair; Lizzette Perez-Lespier, a recent PhD graduate; Dr. Elizabeth Cudney, associate professor; Dr. Stephen Raper, associate professor; and Dr. Joan Schuman, assistant teaching professor.
In his new book, “Digging In: Further Collected Writings of Jay Nordlinger,” the National Review senior editor compiles essays. Originally published in the July 15, 2013, issue of National Review, Nordlinger’s book includes an essay about Missouri S&T’s explosives camp and Dr. Paul Worsey, professor of mining engineering and director of explosives education.Read More »