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

Monday, March 11

Missouri S&T Men's Golf at  Arkansas Collegiate - Hosted by Southern Arkansas

Missouri S&T Men's Golf at Arkansas Collegiate - Hosted by Southern Arkansas https://minerathletics.com/calendar.aspx?id=13128

Computer Science Seminar

How to Write and Present a Research Proposal Dr. Bruce McMillin, Missouri S&T March 11, 2019 10:00 - 10:50 am 209 Computer Science Building In your career...

Final PhD Defense for Ricardo Javier Romero Ramirez

TITLE: Development of Lidar Assisted Terrestrial Radar Interferometry for Rock Deformation Monitoring

How to Write and Present a Research Proposal

In your career you will be asked to present your ideas, clearly, concisely, and with the goal of obtaining some sort of resources. To distinguish yourself...

Biological Sciences Seminar

"OPEN TO THE PUBLIC" "Interactions between science and art: a science-art perspective" Kathleen A. Sluka, PT, PhD, FAPTA Department of Physical Therapy &...

Missouri S&T Baseball vs  William Jewell

Missouri S&T Baseball vs William Jewell Streaming Video: https://glvcsn.com/jewell/ https://minerathletics.com/calendar.aspx?id=12070

Networking From a Distance

Learn how to develop and maintain important career connections from a distance

Biological Sciences Seminar

"Exercise-induced pain and analgesia: Basic mechanisms and clinical implications" Kathleen A. Sluka, PT, PhD, FAPTA Department of Physical Therapy &...

Weekly Topology Seminar

Topics vary, but mostly we study continuum theory. Talks are usually scheduled a week or two in advance, but if someone has a new result, then we let that...

Chemistry Seminar

Sangeeta Sur, Graduate Student, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Inelastic Collisions of Ozone and Argon

Chemistry Seminar

Sangeeta Sur, Graduate Student, Missouri University of Science and Technology; seminar titled, "Inelastic Collisions of Ozone and Argon."

Monday, March 11