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SME Minnesota Section  

The Minnesota Section is a legally constituted unit of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc., encompassing a specific geographical area. Our members are given the opportunity to network with their peers and hear valuable presentations through our activities.

Mission Statement for the Minnesota Section

The Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration is the world’s largest society of minerals professionals.
The SME advances the worldwide mining and minerals community through information exchange and professional development.
The Minnesota Section will strive to advance the mining and minerals community in our Section through the following goals:
  • Provide section members and members of the mining community with an informative and educational annual conference for the purpose of this information exchange and professional development.
  • Through the efforts of the sub-sections, promote meaningful educational opportunities for professional development with informative meetings and short courses throughout the year.
  • Promote and develop future careers in the industry through scholarships, internships, and involvement with educational institutions.

  • Northern Minnesota Subsection website at: ww.northernmnsme.org

  • Northern Minnesota Subsection Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/Northern-MN-Subsection-SME/173870028119

  • Twin Cities Subsection website at: www.smetwincities.org/



Call for Abstracts - SME MN Section Conference, Duluth - April 13-15, 2015.

Section Officers:


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