- Major Projects
- Funding Opportunities
- Curriculum Management
Think about the last time you were asked to review a product or service. You were probably sent an electronic survey using that familiar five-point scale system that asks you to rate everything about the product from “excellent” to “poor.” A Missouri S&T researcher wants to scrap this traditional approach in favor of gathering marketing and information systems data by scanning your brainwaves.
Headline-grabbing disasters like the Chernobyl nuclear incident and the Exxon Valdez oil spill could have been prevented through better labor practices, like shorter shifts and more structured shift rotations, say two Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers in a new book on risk management.
Missouri S&T’s graduate program in industrial-organizational psychology gave Cheyenne Kovach the opportunity to pursue her specific interest as a psychologist. As the program’s first graduate, she’s also opening doors for future graduate students.
Running a successful business is all about teamwork and collaboration. So it makes sense that consultants from Deloitte chose to team up with Missouri S&T students for a simulated business competition on the firm’s recent recruiting visit to campus.
Two graduate students in chemistry were rewarded for their hard work and research with the first-ever Pinsheng CS3M Awards for Analytical and Bioanalytical Research.
NASA astronaut Sandra Magnus imparted wisdom on students and shared humorous stories from her time in space during a recent visit to Missouri S&T. Her message: “You can do this, too.”
Missouri S&T hosted the 2016 Missouri Arts and Sciences Deans’ Annual Meeting. The statewide convention was an opportunity for arts and sciences deans to discuss current issues related to higher education and to share inventive strategies that serve students, faculty and administrators.
Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Business Analytics and Data Science graduate certification program is ranked second in the nation in Value College’s Top 50 Best Value Online Big Data Graduate Programs of 2016.
The rankings list Carnegie Mellon University first, followed by Missouri S&T, which also offers graduate certificate programs in Big Data and Security, and Big Data Management and Analytics. The programs are offered as part of distance and continuing education through Missouri S&T’s business information and technology department.