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Congratulations to WAAIME Scholarship Recipients

The department of mining and geological engineering would like to congratulate Andrew DeSantola, Ashlyn Hooten, Jesus Garcia, Sarah Beal and Taghi Sherizadeh for being awarded 2013-2014 scholarships from the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers.

MGE Professors Develop Computer Games to Keep Miners Safe

UA scientists, including MGE's Mary Poulton and Ros Hill, are working to help prepare miners to respond to and avoid the emergencies they may encounter working at a mine through development of educational computer games.

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Guyana Goldfields Alumnus to Board of Directors

Guyana Goldfields Inc. announced the appointment of MGE alumnus Scott A. Caldwell as the newest member of its board of directors on June 7, 2012.

UA Mining Lab Gets Jumbo Gift from Industry Partners

Mining engineers at the UA College of Engineering are the proud new owners of a 40-foot-long monster drilling rig, thanks to industry partners Asarco and Atlas Copco.

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