Archives for October 2, 2014

Tweet to #S&TVolunteer

Want to see yourself or your organization on the S&T Twitter page? Then tweet #S&TVolunteer @SandTVolunteer with a picture or description of how you are getting involved in the community. This is a great way to get your name out there and show everyone how active you are.

Ebola Travel Advisory

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first case of Ebola in the United States, in Dallas TX. Student Health would like to use this as a reminder that a travel advisory remains in place for all nonessential travel to West Africa. If you have plans to travel to this region, please review the Ebola Fact Sheet found on the Student Health website Check for additional updates at

Flu Vaccines to Arrive Soon

If you have pre-ordered a flu vaccine from Student Health, you will be contacted when they arrive at the clinic. Student Health has ordered the quadrivalent vaccine, which protects against four types of influenza and does not contain the preservative thimerosal. The traditional vaccine has only protected against three varieties of influenza. If you have not ordered your flu shot, there is time to do so before flu season is upon us. There are no confirmed cases of influenza on campus yet, but don’t wait. Contact to reserve yours today.

Win Sennheiser Headphones

Like The S&T Store on facebook at between October 1 – 30 and you could win a set of Sennheiser headphones valued at $99.99 on Halloween. For more information contact Mark at

CESA Day Hike

CESA will be hosting a day hike at Bray conversation area October 3. All are welcome to attend. CESA will be meeting at RC 1 parking lot (lot H) at 3 PM. For more information contact Dalton Cole at

Portion of Area F, Lot 1 Closed

The north portion of Lot 1/Area F will be closed October 4 for sealing and painting. Please use the exit to enter the lot and use caution while in the lot. As soon as the work is complete it will reopen.

Burns and McDonnell Workshop

Representatives from Burns and McDonnell will be hosting a professional development workshop October 7 in the Havener Center’s St. Pat’s Ballroom B from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM. The first hour from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM will be the professionalism and resume critique served with lunch, and the second hour will be a presentation over networking techniques, strategies to approach a recruiter, and techniques to conquer a career fair. Bring a resume. For more information contact Rebecca Reifel at

Library Book Sale

Curtis Laws Wilson Library will hold a book sale from 8 AM – 4:30 PM October 8 in the lobby of the library. Paperbacks will be $1 and hard covers will be $2. The library will also sell folio maps for $4. Come in and check out hundreds of items at unbeatable prices. You cannot park right at the building, so be prepared to park on city street parking spaces and walk to the building.

Majors and Minors

Do you have questions about your degree program? Are you looking to pick up a minor, or change your major? Do you want to find out what you can do with your degree? Attend a session in the Havener Center atrium October 8 from 11 AM – 1 PM to learn more about the academic departments found on campus at Missouri S&T. Come learn about classes and careers available to you as a student. Attend and be entered to win a Venue 7 tablet donated by the S&T Store. Contact Tara Stone at for more information.

Latino Americans Movie and Discussion

Leadership and Cultural Programs, Student Diversity, Outreach, and Women’s Programs and the Society of Hispanic Engineers invite you to join them October 9 in McNutt Hall room 204 at 7 PM for the Latino Americans movie and discussion. Light refreshments will be served. Questions can be directed to Melissa Elder at