Teaching Kitchen postponed

Good Morning Miners, We apologize for the inconvenience, but the Teaching Kitchen event this morning has been postponed. A new date will be announced. Stay tuned to our social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @sandtdining for announcements).

Funding available for business ideas, learn more at Monday meeting

Student entrepreneurs in the University of Missouri System could earn up to $30,000 in prize money thanks to a new initiative known as the Entrepreneur Quest Student Accelerator. Students can learn more during a general information session 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, in Room G-2 of the Interdisciplinary Engineering Building (IDE), next to Makerspace. Learn […]

Graduating in December? Apply to speak at commencement

If you are graduating this semester, you can apply for the chance to address your peers during your commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15. The opportunity is open to undergraduate students and graduate students (master’s degrees and Ph.D.s). Student speakers will be selected through an application and live audition process. To be considered as a […]

Student ticket sale, Black Violin

A $10 rush ticket sale for S&T students will begin at 10:00 am on Friday, September 28 for Black Violin, performing at Leach Theatre in Castleman Hall at 7:30 that evening. Students must present a valid S&T student ID card at the box office in Castleman Hall to purchase a $10 ticket to the performance […]

LEAD course assistance is now available

The Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) program provides free walk-in tutoring and faculty-led learning centers in over 60 courses this semester – including all the introductory courses in Math, Chemistry, Physics, and Comp Sci, and full operation of several more learning centers. Check the schedule at http://lead.mst.edu/assist/ to see if assistance is offered in your […]

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 Company. The performance takes place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Ivory Theater in downtown St. […]

MAE Graduate seminar

The MAE Graduate Seminar Series hosts Dr. Kon-Well Wang, the Stephen P. Timoshenko Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Dr. Wang will present his seminar, “From Muscles to Plants – Nature-inspired Multifuctional Adaptive Metastructures. The event will take place on September 24, 2018 from 3:30 – 4:30 PM in 199 Toomey Hall. For […]

Lantern release for International Day of Peace

Release a floating lantern into Ber Juan Park Lake to celebrate the International Day of Peace! The lantern release will be on September 21st at 7pm followed by student speakers and special Miner presentations. Decorate your lantern on September 19th and 20th from 11am to 2pm in the Havener Center Atrium. Join Equity & Title […]

Please share the street parking

University Police reminds drivers who park in residential areas on the west side of Bishop Street to move their vehicles every 72 hours, per Rolla’s policy. This area includes side streets in the residential areas behind the Dairy Queen, Taco Bell and Huddle House restaurants. Several of the homeowners in the area are having difficulty […]

Sandia cyber security tech talk

William Atkins, a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories and an S&T alum, will discuss cyber attacks perpetrated by nation-state actors, which have dominated the headlines for multiple years. In almost all cases, classification has prevented on-the-record confirmation of attribution and details of these attacks. However, US Government agencies have begun publicly […]