It was 1974 when Steve Hall first crossed the stage in Gale Bullman to receive his chemical engineering degree. This spring, exactly 40 years later, Hall made the trek again, this time to pick up his master’s degree in explosives engineering.
Krista Kalac met Matt Limmer in the summer of 2008, while the two were working as interns for Owens Corning’s research and development facility in Granville, Ohio. She was studying materials science and mathematics at Alfred University in Alfred, N.Y., and he was majoring in mechanical engineering at The Ohio State University.
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It’s not a football field. It’s a marching field that the band lets the football team use sometimes.”
That is the perspective of Elyse Carter, trombone section leader for the Missouri S&T Marching Band.
Although it isn’t a glamorous position, the goalkeeper often determines a soccer game’s outcome. And these fearless goalies withstand not only physical duress, but mental pressure as well. [Read more…]
Matthew Thimgan, assistant professor of biological sciences at Missouri S&T, and his students are studying the sleep patterns of the Drosophila melanogaster, aka the common fruit fly. The insect gives them a way to identify genes and pathways that regulate sleep and to learn about how sleep deprivation affects health and performance.
Ever get curious about the people behind the names for campus buildings and athletic facilities? S&T has honored dozens of people whose influence has helped shape the campus, building it into one of the nation’s top technological research universities. Their stories are legendary — at least within our Miner Nation.
Test your knowledge of Missouri S&T’s buildings. More than 250 students earned perfect scores on the quiz, and 42 were randomly selected for prizes.
Meet Team 42:
They arrive in Rolla at summer’s end like explorers ending one journey and embarking anew.
After their mid-August move-in day, many of the arriving freshman class at Missouri S&T have decked out their new living quarters, met their roommates and realized their parents are no longer down the hallway.
But it’s still one week until classes begin. What is there to do for equilibrium?
Answer: Project X.
Jonathan Sanders wants to be involved in the next great space race — and not just as an engineer helping design future space vehicles. He also wants to fly to Mars.