Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T (English and Technical Communication)
About the Magazine
Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T is produced in Rolla, Missouri, by the Southwinds Club for the students of Missouri University of Science and Technology. The magazine is sponsored by the Department of English and Technical Communication.
Southwinds is published annually in the spring semester and distributed free of charge to the Missouri S&T community. The club Southwinds, which produces the magazine, is a recognized student organization and open to all students.
Each fall semester Southwinds invites submissions from Missouri S&T students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Poetry, stories, photographs, and original artwork should be submitted to suthwinds.mst.edu.
If you are an undergraduate or graduate student on the S&T campus with an interest in creative writing, the visual arts, layout & design, and/or if you would like to help produce or promote the next issue of Southwinds, please contact the group’s faculty advisor, Dr. Anne Cotterill at email@example.com. Dr. Cotterill’s office is in room 219 of the Humanities and Social Sciences building.
S&T’s Peer to Peer (Student Research & Creative Works)
Peer to Peer is Missouri University of Science & Technology's cross-disciplinary peer reviewed and open access undergraduate student research journal, produced by students in S&T's Research and Writing program. Articles in this journal highlight research, perspectives, experiments, and scientific advancements that have been conducted by S&T's student and faculty scholars from across the arts, sciences, business, and engineering fields. Our audience includes students, faculty, and interested readers from all fields, and our goal is to share the work of S&T's scholarship across disciplinary boundaries.
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UMR Journal -- V. H. McNutt Colloquium Series (Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering)
The V. H. NcNutt Colloquium series was sponsored by the V. H. McNutt Memorial Foundation, which was initially established for the Department of Geology of the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy (now Missouri University of Science and Technology), in memory of Vachael H. McNutt, a 1912 graduate of MSM and a member of the Department of Geology faculty.
The UMR Journal contained papers from this colloquium:
- The 1968 UMR Journal 1 titled “A Coast to Coast Tectonic Study of the United States” covered the major tectonic features of the contiguous United States from the margin of the Atlantic continental shelf to the Pacific coast.
- UMR Journal 2, which was published in 1971, related to “Alaska -- Its Mineral Potentials and Environmental Challenges”.
- UMR Journal 3, published in Dec. 1982, emphasized the geology, genesis, and energy resources of a marginal basin and selected interior basins in the midcontinental region of the United States.