Now Hiring Tutors for Fall 2018

The Burns & McDonnell Student Success Center is looking to add a few students to the team who are passionate about helping their fellow peers. We’re hiring for Math, Computer Science, and Chemistry Tutors to start in the Fall semester. If you enjoy explaining concepts and classroom material to others then apply to be a […]

Domestic and Sexual Violence Awareness Week; 23rd-27th

My name is Vanessa Mahan and I am currently the Philanthropy Chair for Delta Omicron Lambda. During the week of April 23rd-27th I have put together a series of activities for women and men on campus next week regarding Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I would love for you and your organization to get involved with […]

Championship SAP Simulation Competition 2018 hosted by Peabody Energy

Join as the Simulation Competition enters it’s final rounds. See the teams implement their business strategies live and see who has the winning strategy. Hosted by Peabody Energy. April 20, 2018 10:30 am – 1:30 pm; Havener Center Atrium

CIES Seminar – All Students Invited

The Center for Infrastructure Engineering Studies (CIES) will host a research seminar at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, April 27, in Room 121 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall. Dr. Miguel A. Vicente will present “Building Bridges Between Engineers.” Dr. Vicente is an Associate Professor visiting from the University of Burgos, Spain and is interested in exploring international […]

Student job openings, Leach Theatre

Leach Theatre is hiring student ushers and usher captains for the 2018-2019 school year. Starting pay $7.85-8.00/hour. Work hours vary, averaging 5-10 hours per week. Student ushers are responsible for helping theatre patrons to their seats, tearing tickets, distributing programs, selling concessions, and providing customer service. Student usher captains assist theatre management in overseeing front […]

Mini “renaissance fair” to showcase student research

Students in Dr. Michael Bruening’s renaissance class will display their research projects on Filippo Brunelleschi’s architectural and engineering innovations in the Florence cathedral, Thomas More’s Utopia, Venetian glassmaking, Renaissance herbal manuals, bronze casting, Hobbes, Descartes, Montaigne and much more. 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 Havener Center, Missouri-Ozark Room

Marketing Paid Internship On Campus

Missouri S&T Dining Services is seeking a candidate for a paid marketing internship that would begin May 2018 and conclude May 2019. This internship is open to Sophomore students and above. Required skills: Computer (preferably MAC), PowerPoint, Interpersonal and Public Speaking, Creativity, Eye for Detail. Desired skills: Graphic Design, Adobe Illustrator. Interested candidates should email […]

14th Annual Missouri S&T Student Art Show

Over 100 works will be on display from students in art appreciation, drawing, painting, sculpture, digital art, and photography classes in Havener Center. Come enjoy refreshments and music and vote for Best of Show. The show will run April 30th through May 4th with an opening reception on April 30th, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. […]

Join a fireside chat with UM System president on April 18

Dr. Mun Choi, president of the University of Missouri System, and Dr. Christopher Maples, interim chancellor of Missouri S&T, invite you to join them for a fireside chat 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, in Leach Theatre. Attend the meeting to lend your voice and engage in a conversation on important issues at Missouri S&T. The […]

Block party to affect parking at Gale Bullman

The Student Union Board will host a block party with a carnival, outdoor concert and fireworks Friday, April 20, at the Gale Bullman Building. Parking will be restricted on the south side (near the entrance to the fitness center) beginning Wednesday, April 18. Individuals may park on the west side of Area 20, Lot X.