Upcoming Events

Trashcano Demonstrations

We will be conducting our famous Trashcano demonstrations this summer! If you haven't heard of it, view the video below from a previous demonstration, it's a simulation of a volcanic eruption and it is AWESOME!

The dates are June 14th & 28th and July 12th. The time and location is the same for each demonstration: 10:55 a.m, outside on the East side of McNutt Hall, behind the Engineering Management Building.

Open to all, kid friendly and if there are any changes to the schedule, we will post it here.

Do you know of an upcoming event that isn't listed? Please e-mail rocks@mst.edu.

Past Event Highlights

Petroleum-Industry-Conference-2018

Petroleum Engineering Students Attend Conference

Undergraduate students in Missouri S&T petroleum engineering traveled to Ft. Worth Texas in March to attend the joint International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) - Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Drilling Engineering Conference.

Students attended professional technical presentations and visited booths staffed by industry vendors, which provided opportunities for our students to network with industry leaders and learn more about life after college in the petroleum industry.

Drillbotics-2018

S&T Drillbotics Team Invited to Phase II

An interdisciplinary group of students at Missouri S&T representing the programs of petroleum engineering, geology and geophysics, mechanical engineering, and computer science are one of nine universities invited to compete in the second phase of the drillbotics student design competition. The drillbotics competition was initiated by the Society of Petroleum Engineers and is now in its fourth year.

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Petrobowl-2018

Petrobowl Team Moved on to Annual Competition

Our Petrobowl in the regional Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Petrobowl competition, placed 5th in the region, and qualified for the International Petrobowl competition fall 2018 at SPE's Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in Fort Worth, Texas. The region included all Petroleum Engineering programs in North America. The PetroBowl competition pitches SPE student chapter teams against each other in a series of quick-fire rounds, where teams answered technical and nontechnical industry-related questions on petroleum and geology topics.