To advance responsible mining and use of minerals by catalyzing resources across The University of Arizona and our global network to: educate stakeholders on the importance of mineral resources and innovations in modern mining; attract the brightest minds from diverse disciplines to apply their talent to mineral resources challenges; develop the next generation workforce; and provide timely, integrated solutions to address real industry challenges.
Collaborative tailings center ready to tackle safety
The Tailings Center was formed as a collaboration among UArizona, Colorado State University and Colorado School of Mines. Its first activities, a number of short courses for industry professionals and students, have been launched in March.
Analyzing Dust in a University/Industry Cooperation
Students trace the life of uranium, vanadium
Two University of Arizona students recently gained uncommon access to Energy Fuels facilities to separately trace the life of a uranium-vanadium deposit—how it got there and how can it be extracted.
Geosciences Department Career Prep Webinar Series
In a series of webinars, UArizona Geosciences alumni speak about their time at the University and their career paths. The final half of each presentation is opened up for questions.
25th Annual UA SME Operator's BBQ
Presented by the SME student chapter at UArizona. All attendees must register via Eventbrite.
The Fundamentals of Tailings Management Short Course Certificate Program
Developed by the Tailings Center, an industry/university research and education center formed as a collaboration by the Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and the University of Arizona. Six short courses provide registrants with an understanding of the fundamentals of tailings management. All courses will be offered online.