Archives for October 20, 2014


The Spring 2015 Schedule of Classes information is now available on the Registrar’s Office website at or through Joe’SS at   Information about Priority Registration which begins November 3 has been sent to students and faculty.  Questions should be directed to the Registrar’s Office at    

Chem week dinner

Come celebrate National Chemistry Week with the American Chemical Society on October 20. Drop by Engineering Management 201 anytime from 5 PM – 8 PM and get all-you-can-eat enchiladas for just $3.00 per plate. Contact Rachel Kappler at with any questions.  

Speaker Broadcast

The National Society of Leadership and Success will be showing a live speaker broadcast October 21 in Emerson Electric Company Hall (EE) in room G-31 at 6 PM. The speaker for the evening will be David Garibaldi. This event is open to the public. Come out to enjoy the inspirational words that will guide you […]

IEEE Robotics Meeting

IEEE will be meeting October 23 at 7 PM in EE202 to discuss the 2015 IEEE Robotics Competition in New Orleans. This year they will be creating an autonomous maze-solving robot with optical character recognition capabilities. Anyone can come to learn about the competition and start to work on the robot. Contact Charles Stiegemeier at […]

Habitat for Humanity BBQ

Come join Habitat for Humanity for a delicious BBQ on October 23 outside Toomey Hall. Proceeds go towards future building projects. They will be cooking from 11 AM – 2 PM so if you want good food here is the place to go. For more information contact Christopher Moody at

ABS Fashion Show

The Association for Black Students will be hosting a fashion show in all of St. Pat’s Ballroom Havener Center October 25 at 5 PM. They will be selling tickets in the Havener atrium from 11 AM – 1 PM October 20 – 24 for $5 and will be selling tickets on October 25 at the […]

Open Foundry

Come to the American Foundry Society’s Open Foundry October 25 from 9 AM – 1 PM in McNutt RM 244. Come make your fraternity or sorority letters, last year’s Christmas presents you forgot to make, your favorite band logo or anything else you can think of. You can pick up a foam block on October […]

Missouri Educational Transition Study

Anonymous Online research opportunity please complete by November 1. Research Study For Students Age 18-25. A research study is being conducted about how young adults transition from high school to higher education. Are you currently enrolled in a professional/technical school, or a 2 or 4 year college in Missouri? Are you currently between 18 and […]

Student Watch Survey

Android or iPhone?  Digital or printed textbook?   The S&T Store wants to know what you think when it comes to course materials and technology. Share with us and you could win cash prizes of up to $1,000. At least one $100 cash winner on each campus. Click here to complete the survey by November […]

Nominate Your Advisor

Is your advisor outstanding? Does he or she go above and beyond to support your organization? Help Student Life recognize those contributions by clicking the links below to nominate your advisor. Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader will present awards to advisors in the following categories: Outstanding New Advisor Award—in recognition of advisors who have served the […]