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31
May
2016

Students graduate from University of Saskatchewan as mining engineers


SASKATOON – Three years after introducing a mining engineering program at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), five of its students graduated Monday. They studied in the university’s mining and mineral processing options program.

“It signals a return to mining engineering in Saskatchewan,” said Al Shpyth, executive director of the International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII).

The U of S and IMII partnered to bring the program to life.

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