On-campus events canceled until further notice

Due to public health concerns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), many university-sponsored events are officially canceled until further notice. Many of these events are now being held via Zoom. Please contact the organizers of specific events for details. For updates regarding Missouri S&T and COVID-19, please visit coronavirus.mst.edu.

Events

Thursday, October 17

Work That Work Study

Learn how to get the most from your work study position!

Final PhD Defense for Pu Han

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY (EOR) MECHANISMS OF NANOGEL COMBINING WITH LOW SALINITY WATER FOR CARBONATE RESERVOIRS

Study Abroad Information Session

Stop by and learn all about studying abroad! No matter your major, your interests, or your expectations, whether you are a Chemical, Nuclear, or Computer...

The 11th Annual Dr. Thomas J. O'Keefe Lecture

In honor of Tom O’Keefe, Sally and Joe (MetE'72) Rupp invested in and created the Dr. Thomas J. O'Keefe Lecture series in 2008. The Rupps felt this named...

Audience Focused Communication with Andrew Careaga

Andrew Careaga, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for Missouri S&T, will teach you how to present and differentiate your research, inventions, and...

Brown Bag Series: The Rhetoric of Modern Myth: Examining the Spread of Misinformation, Conspiracy & “Bad Science” in Digital Communities

Dr. Davis of the English & Technical Communication Department will present on "the rhetoric of modern myth," describing the rhetorical climates necessary to...

Physics Colloquium

Dr. Karan Jani, Vanderbilt University, will present a talk with the title "Finding black holes that should not exist with LIGO".

Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

The S&T Theatre program, directed by Taylor Gruenloh, will present William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Oct. 17-20. With an updated setting to a...

Thursday, October 17