Missouri S&T is known for its engineering programs, but the collection of Student Works shows much more. One of the nation’s best technological research universities, S&T offers degrees in liberal arts and humanities as well as STEM disciplines, all with a unique technological focus.
S&T theses and dissertations date from 1876 and include writings from the university's early days of Mining and Metallurgy to today’s research in Biological Sciences, Ceramics, Chemistry, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Explosives Engineering, to name just a few.
In addition to theses and dissertations, the Student Research & Creative Works collection includes Peer to Peer, a cross-disciplinary peer reviewed and open access undergraduate student research journal, produced by students in S&T's Research and Writing program. Podcasts created as part of classroom assignments also showcase undergraduate work. The art work by undergraduate and graduate students show not only their creativity but often an interesting technological twist.