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McGILL UNIVERSITY: Canada’s oldest mining engineering school to celebrate 140 years (May 19, 2011)

MONTREAL - On the occasion of its 140th anniversary, the McGill Mining Engineering Program is taking pride in its legacy of excellence and launching a major revitalization strategy to meet industry's requirements of the future.


MONTREAL – On the occasion of its 140th anniversary, the McGill Mining Engineering Program is taking pride in its legacy of excellence and launching a major revitalization strategy to meet industry’s requirements of the future.

The oldest mining engineering school in North America, the momentous anniversary calls for celebration of the mining excellence and global industry leadership McGill Mining alumni, and the Canadian industry in general, have demonstrated over the past 140 years.

The anniversary celebrations are underway, and alumni, students, and industry leaders are invited to join the festivities to mark the 140th, with a grand soirée on May 21 at McGill’s New Residence Hall. This will be the perfect kick-off of the CIM Conference and Exhibition in Montreal that begins the next day.

Join McGill Mining and help lay the roadmap to a sustainable future.

Enquiries about the McGill Mining Engineering Program and the anniversary celebration may be made by contacting Teresa Barrett, 514-398-4762 or Teresa.Barrett@McGill.ca


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