The Missouri School of Mines/Missouri S&T Archives house the historical, legal and cultural records of the university. The Archives collect and preserve departmental, alumni and professorial materials. These include photographs, the day-to-day records of the university, and campus artifacts.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Business
Stephen P. Roberts
Vice Provost and Dean, College of Arts, Sciences, and Business
The College of Arts, Sciences, and Business (CASB) is committed to enriching student development and enhancing Missouri S&T’s traditional technological disciplines, as well as developing new programmatic areas within the college. CASB also plays a vital role in fulfilling S&T’s mission of integrating education, research and application to create and convey knowledge that serves the state of Missouri and helps solve the world’s great challenges.
College of Engineering and Computing
Vice Provost and Dean, College of Engineering and Computing
The College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) offers a high-quality education with small class sizes and a dedicated faculty that ensures personal attention for each student. The strength of the CEC lies in its faculty, which have graduated from premier academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad. Moreover, CEC faculty have extensive experience working in industry or at entrepreneurial start-up companies, which they bring to the classroom. Most faculty members have active research programs with funding from many different external funding agencies and industry.
Vice Provost and Dean, Enrollment Management
Enrollment Management helps Missouri S&T achieve and maintain the institution's desired student profile. The Enrollment Management department has seven units and six committees that have implemented research, recruitment and retention processes designed to meet – and hopefully exceed – student expectations and the university’s strategic plan goals.
Vice Provost, Graduate Studies
Missouri S&T offers a broad range of graduate program options, with 30 different masters programs and 21 different doctoral programs. The Office of Graduate Studies is committed to providing a quality graduate educational experience at all levels, catering to diverse graduate education needs ranging from on-campus to off-campus and distance learning programs.
Interim Chief Information Officer, Information Technology
In addition to providing tech support, connectivity and computing services to campus, IT invests resources in special projects each fiscal year to enhance the quality of Missouri S&T’s computing environment.
Institutional Research and Assessment
Dr. Oyebanjo Lajubutu
Assistant Vice Provost, Institutional Research and Assessment
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (OIRA) is dedicated to providing accurate analysis and information to support academic planning, policy formulation, and decision making. OIRA facilitates academic and non-academic assessment efforts fostering a culture of continuous improvement and institutional effectiveness.
Library and Learning Resources
Director, Library and Learning Resources
Curtis Laws Wilson Library acquires, organizes and curates scholarly collections that support learning and research. The library provides service and instruction in an environment conducive to study and collaboration.
Sponsored Programs - Research
Dr. K. Krishnamurthy
Vice Provost, Sponsored Programs - Research
The Office of Sponsored Programs fosters innovation; promotes scholarship, creative works, technology transfer and economic development; provides access to specialized equipment; and promotes education and training of students to conduct cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. The office also enhances and facilitates research and external funding by providing support services in a timely and professional manner to faculty, staff, students and research investors.
Dr. Jeff Cawlfield
Vice Provost, Undergraduate Studies
The Office of Undergraduate Studies is committed to improving the learning environment and enhancing the learning outcomes of undergraduate students by working with students, faculty, staff and the public. The office particularly focuses on providing opportunities for undergraduates to expand their learning outside-the classroom through such proven high-impact, student success and experiential learning activities as the Student Design and Experiential Learning Center, the Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience (OURE), service learning programs, the Hit-the-Ground Running summer bridge program, Honors Academy, the Writing Center, the Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) peer-learning program, and the Undergraduate Advising Office’s “ON TRACK” program.