Brand Symposium

Sign up for Brand Symposium: Our campus, our story

Registration is now open for the fourth annual S&T Brand Symposium, scheduled Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the Havener Center. Come hear from guest speakers who were selected to inspire and ignite your creativity as we prepare to celebrate Missouri S&T’s 150th anniversary in 2020.

Stefan Mumaw, director of narrative strategy at First Person, will speak about the role emotion plays in our communications. In addition, campus historians Larry Gragg and Jack Ridley will share stories about S&T’s past as we look forward to the big celebration next year.

The symposium is free and lunch is included. Reserve your spot today.

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Schedule of events

Schedule is subject to change without notice due to changing circumstances. All programs will be held in the Havener Center.

8:15 A.M.
Registration opens
8:30 A.M.

Welcome and introductions
Mindy Limback, director of creative services, will kick off the symposium followed by Chancellor Mo Dehghani, St. Pat's A and B

9-10 A.M.

"Designing for Emotion"
Stefan Mumaw, director of narrative strategy at First Person, St. Pat's A and B

10:15-11:15 A.M.

Breakout sessions

  • Event planning workshops, Carver/Turner Rooms
    All those who know successful events are key to building
    campus relationships will love the event planning track, a
    hands-on activity that will build up your event planning skills.
  • Roundtable discussions, St. Pat's A
    If you’re looking for targeted feedback, then our round
    table track is for you. Quick-fire topics include writing,
    digital communications, presentations and more.
11:15 A.M.-NOON

Licensed Vendor Fair, St. Pat's C


Guest speakers Larry Gragg, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor emeritus of history and political science, and Jack Ridley, Curators’ Teaching Professor emeritus of history, St. Pat's A and B

1 P.M.

Closing and door prizes, St. Pat's A and B


Past presentations

Missed last year's event? Slides from those presentations are still available.