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Stewart R. Wallace Memorial Scholarship Guidelines  

Background
The Stewart R. Wallace Memorial Scholarship (Wallace Scholarship) was founded in 2011 through a generous contribution from the estate of Stewart R. Wallace.  Wallace was a renowned exploration geologist whose discoveries included the Cereso Ridge molybdenum deposit at the Climax and Henderson mines in Colorado.  He was known for his ability to work closely with mine engineers and mine management and was particularly successful in the application of geology to mining and exploration.  Wallace was a Distinguished Member of SME and received the prestigious Daniel C. Jackling award in 1974.

 

Scholarship Guidelines
The Stewart R. Wallace Memorial Scholarship (Wallace Scholarship) is awarded annually to a Master’s degree candidate in geology or geological science who plans to pursue a career in the field of exploration geology.  Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in Geology or Mining Engineering.  A 3.0 cumulative undergraduate grade point average is required.  A desire for and probability of success in a career in exploration geology will be important factors in selection of the successful candidate(s). 

 

Stewart R. Wallace Memorial Schoalrship 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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