Getting down to business


Sophomore Elizabeth Mulina plans to channel her interest in the psychology of marketing into a career in international business and technology. Photo by Sam O’Keefe

Coming into Missouri S&T, Elizabeth Mulina of O’Fallon, Mo., knew she wanted to work in a business field after she graduated. With an interest in the psychology of marketing, Mulina says she’s looking forward to eventually working in international business and technology. And that’s one reason she decided to come to Missouri S&T. [Continue reading]

Saying good riddance to soggy buns

Saying good riddance to soggy buns

The solution to the soggy bun epidemic may be the brainchild of Missouri S&T freshman Tyler Richards and his friend, Jonathan Thompson. And it all started as an assignment for their high school Project Lead the Way capstone course, Engineering … [Continue reading]

For family, for country, for the future

For family, for country, for the future

Nearly everything Luis Pereira does, he does for future Hispanic college students, especially his four-year-old brother, Johann. … [Continue reading]

Extreme engineering

Extreme engineering

Through the Enabling Materials for Extreme Environments signature area, Bill Fahrenholtz and Greg Hilmas are testing the thermal and mechanical properties of  ceramics to find out what makes them stronger. They are investigating … [Continue reading]

The turf is always greener

The grass is always greener

Last fall, the intramural field near Missouri S&T’s Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building was torn up to make way for the campus’s geothermal energy project. Rather than reseed the field, Missouri S&T students voted to use $1.8 million in … [Continue reading]

Championing STEM for minorities

Championing STEM for minorities

Emily Hernandez didn't wait until college to start recruiting fellow minorities to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. She started as an eighth-grader during a University of Memphis camp called Girls Experiencing … [Continue reading]

Film for thought

Max Tohline

Max Tohline came to Missouri S&T from Madeira, Ohio, in 2002 with a plan to study aerospace engineering. But it was an elective course in film that caused his true passion to take flight. … [Continue reading]

Top 10 things you missed this summer

Artificial turf at Missouri S&T

The new Ph.D. in explosives engineering wasn’t the only new offering to explode onto the Missouri S&T campus over the summer. The campus erupted with young students in summer camps, teachers came for Project Lead The Way instruction, and a new … [Continue reading]

Meet the Class of 2018


This week marks the arrival of Missouri S&T’s incoming Class of 2018. The majority of this first-year class calls Missouri home, although the 1,300-plus members also hail from 32 other states, the District of Columbia and five foreign countries. … [Continue reading]

International Toastmaster

S&T Ph.D. student Sudharshan Anandan, a native of Malasia, will compete in an international public speaking competition in English -- not his native language.

Like many international students who plan to become teaching assistants, Sudharshan Anandan enrolled in Missouri S&T’s graduate teaching assistant workshop in 2012. Missouri law requires international students to successfully complete the GTA … [Continue reading]

Cell (phone) biologist

Daniel Miller, a recent biological sciences M.S. graduate, built a DIY microscope with less than $10 in materials and a smartphone.

Armed with a smartphone and a few dollars’ worth of trinkets and hardware store supplies, Daniel Miller is helping Missouri S&T students gain a new perspective on the world of cellular biology. … [Continue reading]

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