Archives for October 6, 2014

COER Assistant Director Open Forum

Student Affairs invites members of the campus community to attend an open forum from 1 PM – 1:45 PM Toomey Hall room 249 October 6. The candidate for the assistant director position has been asked to imagine how Career Opportunities & Employer Relations can contribute to one or more of our campus strategic initiatives. The brief talk will be followed by a question and answer session. All are welcome to attend. For more information contact Diane Stutts at

Speaker Broadcast

The National Society of Leadership and Success will be showing a live speaker broadcast October 7 in Toomey Hall room 199 at 6 PM. The speaker for the evening will be Stephen Bardo. This event is open to the public. Come out to enjoy the inspirational words that will guide you to success. For more information contact Joel at

Scottish Country Dance Classes

Come learn the dances of Mary, Queen of Scots every Tuesday from 7 PM – 9 PM at the squash court at the Recreation Center. The classes are free and no previous dance experience is required. The classes are sponsored by the Missouri S&T Scottish Country Dancers. For further information contact Dr. Grow at

Wireless Cantenna Build

Join ACM Sig-Security October 6 from 6 PM – 8 PM as they build cantenna antennas that will be used October 8 from 6 PM – 8 PM during the wireless security audit. Bring a heavy metal without ripples or dents. Fee is $5 for ACM members, $8 for non-ACM members. Bring your laptops. On October 8, ACM will drive around Rolla to try and detect unsecured wireless networks. You could win a Raspberry Pi. The event will be held in Computer Science room 207 on Monday and Wednesday. For more information visit

Miner Challenge Applications Close

Miner Challenge is the alternative spring break opportunity at S&T sponsored by the Department of Student Life. Five teams will travel to Nicaragua, Detroit, Hattiesburgh, Pittsburgh, and Little Rock to provide community service to areas in need. Learn more about these exciting opportunities and apply at Submit your application before noon October 15. Contact with any questions you may have. Dream Big | Work Hard | Change Lives

International Students Club Meeting

International Students Club will be hosting a general meeting October 9 at 4 PM in Butler-Carlton Hall room 125. ISC will be talking about how to get involved with ISC, participation in Homecoming events, Halloween activities, and other events going on this year. ISC is open to any students that like to have fun and learn about other cultures. If you have any questions, please contact Devin Cornell at

PayneCrest Electric

Come meet with representatives from PayneCrest Electric October 9 at 6 PM in EECH G31. PayneCrest is an electrical contracting company based in St. Louis that specializes in automotive, commercial, communications, power, and more. Come learn about the exciting opportunities with this company. This event qualifies as a professional society meeting for freshmen engineering students. Pizza will be served. For more information contact Kyle at

Balloon Pop

Do you need to let off some mid-semester steam? Stop by the Puck October 10 from 11 AM – 1 PM and join Phi Sigma Pi in throwing darts at balloons. The cost is $1 for three throws. For every balloon you pop, you win a prize. Contact Paige at for more information.

Paint it Pink 5k

Come join Zeta Tau Alpha for the second annual Paint it Pink 5k October 11 at 9 AM. This will be a color run/walk for breast cancer education and awareness. There will be prizes for placing runners, most spirited runners, and raffle participants. Free Panera bagels and hot coffee. Only $15 to register. For more information contact Amber at

Curtis Laws Wilson Library Open House

Please stop by the Curtis Laws Wilson Library October 15 from 4 PM – 6 PM for an Open House. Enjoy a demonstration of the new visualization wall – MinerView, demonstration of the 3D scanner, celebrate one year since the installation of the 3D printers, and of course cake. Walk around and see the new furniture. Learn about how the furniture and re-arrangement is a step to a Learning Commons. For more information contact Tracy Primich at