Archives for September 2014

Reservations Office Closed

The reservations department at the Havener Center will be closed September 30 as they will be moving to a new location. Please email any questions you may have to and they will respond as soon as they possibly can. *This only applies to non-academic reservations* Once the move is complete, the reservations department will be located on the first floor of the Havener Center behind the front desk. The office number is 1CR7. For more information contact Erika at

Pedestrians of Campus

Student Council has been hearing many concerns of rogue cyclists darting through the walkways of campus, putting the walkers in danger, and the inverse of inconsiderate walkers grouping up and not sharing the sidewalk with these cyclists. This is a voiced concern, so please share the sidewalks and use common courtesy when commuting to and from classes. Stay to the right and please don’t take up the full extent of the path when walking. Cyclists, slow down and please be aware of others on the walks. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact Adam McMikle at


Representatives from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) will be on hand to chat with interested students at the library from 1 PM – 3 PM October 1. If you’d like to learn more about IEEE, please stop by. For more information contact Sherry at

Publishing with IEEE

Jalyn Kelley, IEEE Client Services Manager, will present information especially for graduate students on how to become an IEEE author October 1 at 3:30 PM in EECH faculty lounge room 136. This 1.5 hour overview will provide tips on how to select an appropriate IEEE periodical or conference, organize your manuscript, submit your paper, work through peer view, and use IEEE Xplore effectively to conduct a literature review. Questions may be directed to Tracy Primich at

Calc II Study Session

Panhel and IFC will be hosting a study session for Calc II October 1 at 7 PM in Toomey Hall room 295 to prepare for the upcoming test. A LEAD peer assistance tutor will be available to help review as well as old test example questions for reference. Please come with questions or just to review. Any questions, contact Anna Mattione at

S&T Surplus Sale

Missouri S&T surplus property will be having a public garage sale October 3 from 10 AM – 2 PM. Sale will be held at the surplus warehouse, located at 301 N. Bishop Ave. This is a garage sale type sale and all items will be priced. Items will include over 20 bicycles, apartment size desk, chairs, computer systems, laptop computers, laptop bags, pictures, three ring note books, tables, cabinets, electronics, etc. Cash only no personal checks or credit cards. Please note, surplus does not answer the phone during the sale day, and may not answer it a few days prior, as they are busy getting ready for the sale. For more information contact Greg Hook at

Sophomore Summit

Sophomore Summit will be launched on campus October 7 designed for sophomores only. This event will provide an opportunity for sophomores to receive valuable information, resources, and support that are beneficial for sophomores to continue their S&T experience towards graduation. Dr. Wayne Huebner will be the keynote speaker. This event will feature tips from current students and faculty speaking on their experiences in co-ops, internships, study abroad, design-teams, involvement, leadership and graduate school. There will be information from students on how they found their path/identity and how to apply what you are learning to the job application and interviews and much more. New sophomore traditions will be introduced and special gifts will be given to all sophomores who attend. There will be attendance prizes, Jimmy Johns, and refreshment for everyone who attends. Bring a friend and receive a surprise. NSP hopes you join in to make the Sophomore Summit a new tradition at S&T. For more information contact Patty at

SUB Presents: Collin Hauser

Come on out to see this great acoustic performance by Collin Hauser October 15 at 6 PM in the Havener Center atrium. There will be A Slice of Pie, as well as refreshments, attendance prizes, and a raffle prize. Check out his music at For more information contact Tanner at

Fitness Fun Day

Biological Sciences invites the children in K-5th grade of students and faculty to join in for a free Fitness Fun Day October 25 at the Rec Center Court 2 from 1 PM – 4 PM. They will be having relay races, dance parties, children’s yoga, healthy snacks, and prizes. This event is brought to you by a senior seminar group of the biological sciences department to raise awareness for childhood obesity. To RSVP or for more information e-mail Kailea at

Trip Locations set for 8th Miner Challenge Alternative Spring Break! – extended deadline

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 15th Miner Challenge is Missouri S&T’s alternative spring break program, sponsored by the Department of Student Life. The Miner Challenge experience is designed to allow participants to gain exposure to new experiences, […]