Archives for October 11, 2018

Fall 2018 Etiquette Dinner

The Etiquette Dinner is open to all students (freshman through graduate). It includes a 5 course meal where all of the fundamentals of proper dining etiquette will be explained. This is excellent training to have before dining with a potential employer. Reservations are limited based on space available. Transportation is not provided by the university […]

Psychology Colloquium Lecture: Dr. Shank speaks on The Perceived Morality of Artificially Intelligent Agents

Title: The Perceived Morality of Artificially Intelligent Agents Speaker: Dr. Daniel Shank, Psychology Location/Time: Monday Oct 15th, 1-2pm, Butler-Carlton 318 Do people perceive AIs to be moral wrongdoers? Are AIs attributed morality differently from humans? Does this change for human-AI teams? When do people perceive AIs as having a mind? When do people perceive AIs […]

Spring class schedule available

Missouri S&T’s Spring 2019 schedule of classes is now available on the registrar’s office website at registrar.mst.edu/classofferings and through JoeSS at joess.mst.edu. Priority registration begins Monday, Oct. 29. Information about priority registration has been sent to students and faculty. For more information, please contact the registrar’s office at registrar@mst.edu.

Blue Key Honor Society applications

Calling all upperclassmen of Missouri S&T: Applications for Blue Key Honor Society are now open! Blue Key is a national honor society that was founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, and service. It is comparable to National Honor Society at the collegiate level. We are searching for the best of the best to recognize […]

See Shakespeare in St. Louis

Dr. Anne Cotterill of the Department of English and Technical Communication, is organizing a trip to St. Louis to attend a performance of Shakespeare’s magical romance about exile and forgiveness, The Tempest, by the St. Louis Shakespeare Co. The performance takes place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Ivory Theater in downtown St. […]

Student Health Services remains open during road construction

Following the replacement of a water line, the City of Rolla Public Works is repaving a portion of Tenth Street, from Highway 63 (Bishop Ave.) to Innovation Drive. During this time, portions of the street may be blocked intermittently. S&T’s Student Health Services will remain open. Students or employees unable to park at the building […]

Review campus policy on camera monitoring, forum set Oct. 18

The Missouri S&T community is invited to review a policy development proposal on camera monitoring. S&T’s Policy Council reviewed Policy III-10 (Use of Cameras to Monitor Facilities and/or Activities) and the suggested development is posted with a link for feedback at policy.mst.edu in the policies-in-development section. If you prefer to give your feedback in person, […]