Missouri University of Science and Technology
A zombie apocalypse is helping Missouri University of Science and Technology students prepare for careers in engineering and management.
The cause of death has not been released, and the chief says an autopsy is planned for Tuesday.
“If we recognize there’s a drought across the entire Midwest, that means they don’t necessarily have the water to release to support the Mississippi River.”
Professor Susan Murray says she hopes Thursday’s vote at the Rolla campus will send a message to the Missouri Board of Curators.
The aim is to transform the nation’s power grid and speed renewable electric-energy technologies into homes and businesses.