The future of mining depends on a highly skilled and adaptive workforce. University of Arizona graduates have the experience and capabilities you need. These men and women team to embrace new technologies from mine health and safety to advanced problem-solving skills. Our graduates benefit from real-world training --working in our underground mining laboratory, comanding remote mines from an integrated operations center; and doing research with top-ranked geoscientists, mining engineers, public health specialists, environmental scientists and industry partners around the globe. The mine of the future requires a mind for the future. This is the new face of mining.
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Register for 2015 Courses at https://uafoundation.org/netcommunity/sslpage.aspx?pid=1097
Mr. Charles Jeannes, CEO of Goldcorp will give the Lacy Distinguished Lecture at 5pm Nov 7, 2014 in the Aries Auditorium of the UA College of Law in Tucson, AZ. Event is open to the public