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.
Staying safe and healthy in mining
Mines need safety and health-minded professionals. The Graduate Certificate in Mining Occupational Safety and Health at UArizona is adapting to the needs of working professionals.
November 5: Lacy Lecture
This year's W.C. Lacy Distinguished Lecture on Homecoming weekend will be held by Richard Adkerson, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Freeport-McMoRan.
Research, training, testing underground
With its new decline, the University of Arizona’s San Xavier Mining Laboratory south of Tucson is about to become an underground proving ground for mining equipment and innovation center.
Meet us at: 33rd Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival
A long-cherished annual tradition in Superior, the Apache Leap Mining Festival showcases the town’s history, with a focus on the past, present and future of the mining industry. The Festival will launch on Friday, October 22 with a carnival, vendors selling handcrafted goods, music and dancing on Main Street.
The Fundamentals of Tailings Management Short Course Certificate Program
Course 4: TSF Water Management - online
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.