Our Mission, Vision and Values.
MISSION: Provide lifelong learning, service, leadership, and new knowledge of engineering and scientific principles applied to earth systems.
VISION: To be a world class center for mineral resource engineering through our core functions of technologically advanced education, innovative research, and service to the profession to ensure mineral resources engineering remains a discipline valued by society.
VALUES: The department values and encourages the active participation of diverse faculty, professionals, and students in interdisciplinary teaching, research, service, entrepreneurial, and extracurricular activities at local, national, and international levels.
DIVERSITY: The department strives to create an environment where the contributions of faculty, staff, and students from underrepresented groups are respected, recognized, and rewarded.
This page provides unrestricted EduMine access privileges to faculty and students of the Department of Mining and Geological Engineering at the University of Arizona. To join the group you must be a University of Arizona student or faculty member and have an appropriate email domain. Contact Mary Poulton at University of Arizona with questions.
Mining Certificate Program
The Department of Mining and Geological Engineering is collaborating with the Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering at the University of British Columbia and EduMine to support a networked Mining Certificate Program. The program is based on unique courses designed to meet the lifelong learning needs of the mining community. This innovative model of learning uses a flexible approach to continuing education and cross-training of people in the mining industry and related trades. The program combines the convenience of online learning with the mentoring and peer-review benefits of short, intensive classroom courses, and completes the learning experience by assigning a take-away project.