Missouri S&T’s #1 asset is our talented students. And their greatest need is scholarship support. Did you know you can double your impact with a scholarship gift that will be matched by the University of Missouri System and Missouri S&T? Your support will help talented students graduate with less debt. Learn more about the Miner Match.
We’re headed to Chicago for OGS Weekend June 6-8, 2019. Plan to arrive on Thursday, June 6 at the Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile, our hotel base for the weekend. On Friday and Saturday, we’ll explore Chicago’s finest, including an architectural river tour, a Cubs vs. Cards game at Wrigley Field, and an evening at the Museum of Science and Industry’s Henry Crown Space Center, where you’ll have the chance to take a virtual spacewalk. On Saturday night we’ll celebrate the shillelagh spirit and welcome new members. Register for OGS Weekend. Questions? Contact Sarah Jones at email@example.com or 573-341-6359.
Bill Brune, CSci’73, remembers the days when computer programming involved feeding punch cards into a mainframe computer that filled an entire room. “All of us from the 1970s remember waiting for jobs to run on the IBM 360 and getting the printouts back, only to find a typo on a punched card and doing it all over again,” says the OGS member and Miner Alumni Association board member. Continue reading
Missouri S&T is seeking nominations for our 2021 Alumni of Influence, the highest alumni honor bestowed by the university. Since we recognized our inaugural honorees in 2011, we’ve honored 38 distinguished alumni for their personal and professional achievements, service, and legacy. Now we’re preparing to recognize a new group of honorees during the university’s sesquicentennial celebration. Nominate a Miner online or forward nominations to Darlene Ramsay, executive vice president, Miner Alumni Association, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The donors who paved the way to a $6.5 million lab expansion in Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall gathered in October to pour the cornerstone on the Clayco Advanced Construction and Materials Laboratory. The lab marks the final phase of a $10.5 million initiative to advance S&T’s leadership in infrastructure engineering. “The lab will be one of the finest research centers in the world for construction materials and methods,” said Chris Maples, interim chancellor. Continue reading