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ESS:M&R4 Abstracts Deadline Extended - Just 2 More Days!

Submitted by toni.griffin on Apr 13 2019

OTC 2019

Submitted by toni.griffin on Apr 13 2019

Celebrating 50 Years

ESS:M&R4 Call for Papers

Submitted by toni.griffin on Mar 19 2019

TMS 2019 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jan 14 2019

NSF Idea Machine

Submitted by toni.griffin on Sep 28 2018

Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) Program

Submitted by toni.griffin on Sep 18 2018

The Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) Program in the NSF Directorate for Engineering has just released a Dear Colleague Letter requesting Topic Suggestions for the EFRI Program.

Dear Colleagues,

National Mining Hall of Fame Names 2018 Inductees Induction Ceremony to be held in Denver, CO

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jun 8 2018

2018 National Mining Hall of Fame Inductees - The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum (NMHFM) announced today the 2018 National Mining Hall of Fame inductees. This year's inductees, selected by the National Mining Hall of Fame's Board of Governors, represent exploration, extraction, management, education, and research and development in the U.S. mining industry.

Distinguished Engineers Receive Multi-Disciplinary Recognition at AAES Awards Banquet

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jun 8 2018

RESTON, Va. - The American Association of Engineering Societies (AAES) will recognize six professionals for their considerable contributions to engineering at an awards banquet April 23, 2018 at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C.

"These award winners have advanced the profession of engineering, and by doing so advanced the public good," said Randy S. Over, P.E., AAES Chair. "It is an honor for AAES to highlight the excellent work each of these individuals is doing."

The 2018 award recipients are as follows:

June 16-21 in Vancouver is Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018)

Submitted by toni.griffin on May 29 2018

Resources for Future Generations 2018 (RFG2018) is taking place this month and we couldn't be more excited to take part. You will likely recognize the names of many of our colleagues and the sector's thought-leaders getting behind this event, and for good reason. As the premier event aiming to bring us all together to tackle issues around the sustainable use, extraction and management of earth's resources, this discussion couldn't come at a more critical time. 

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