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.
Enrollment is open for the two courses: "Water in Mine Operations and Slope Stability", starting in July, and "Geotechnical Radar Monitoring" (on demand), starting in August.
How Minerals Made Civilization
Around the world and through the epochs, this video series explores "How Minerals Made Civilization". A new episode is added biweekly.
Minor in Sustainable Mineral Resources
All students at the University of Arizona, beginning this fall semester, can add a minor to their course of studies which is offered by the School of Mining and Mineral Resources.
WIM June's Dig In: Lunch & Learn
Join Caterpillar's Tucson Proving Grounds Facility Manager, Jarrod Moss, and Communications Rep, Jessica Polk, as we dig in to Caterpillar’s Tucson Proving Ground Operations.
Conversations and Core Logging: Tour Resolution's Core Facility and Network
Join Young Mining Professionals AZ and Resolution's expert geoscientists for a core facility tour and then stay for a networking lunch with Ed Wellman.