Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a snippet about AIME’s first female member, Ellen Swallow-Richards.
The Genesis and Growth of TMS
Metallurgy has been prominent within AIME since the beginning; it was the basis of the first technical committee and professional division, and it formed the...
AIME Provides Support to TMS and Other Member Societies
The American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME) has approved a $1 million grant to its member societies, which include TMS, to...
OTC Will Be Back in August!
OTC is excited to welcome the world back to Houston, Texas from 16–19 August for a much-anticipated gathering of offshore energy professionals. For four days, a...
1918 Merger with AIM and the Institute of Metals Division
The first Professional Division of AIME was formed in 1918 out of its merger with the American Institute of Metals.
1911 . . . Did You Know?
1911 began AIME's growth with the formation of its first three Local Sections in New York, Boston, and Spokane.
The Genesis and Growth of SME
Before the Society of Mining Engineers (SME) was established as an independent Member Society of AIME in 1984, it was first an agglomeration of technical...