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Henry DeWitt Smith Graduate Scholarship Guidelines  

Background
Henry DeWitt Smith was a graduate of Yale University. He held various engineering and management positions at several of the important mining organizations including J.E. Spurr, Kennecott, United Verde Copper Company, Newmont, O'okiep Copper Company, Tsumeb Corporation, Phelps Dodge, and St. Joseph Lead Company. He was also an engineer in the industrial department of the New York Trust Company. During World War II, he served as Executive VP of the Metals Reserve Company. In 1955, he served as President of AIME and received its Charles F. Rand award in 1956.

The Henry DeWitt Smith Graduate Scholarship was established 1967 to assist worthy students in the pursuit of their graduate education in the Mining, Metallurgical, Materials, or Petroleum Departments of leading universities and colleges in the United States and Canada. In view of Henry DeWitt Smith's contributions to the mining industry, emphasis will be placed on awards to students focusing on the operations of mines.



Henry DeWitt Smith Scholarship Guidelines (PDF)
 

Questions may be directed to:
Tessa Baxter, SME Scholarship Coordinator
12999 E. Adam Aircraft Circle, Englewood, CO 80112
Phone: 303-948-4208
E-mail: baxter@smenet.org

 



 
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