Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences

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As stewards of the Earth, we lead the way to a better future. The students and faculty in The Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences studies and teaches how to balance the safety of our planet and its natural resources with the needs of society. From the field to the lab, measurement and analysis drive advancements in areas including water-supply maintenance, natural-resource management, disaster mitigation, and infrastructure design.

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Keweenaw Mineral Days

Keweenaw Mineral Days event provides legal surface prepared mineral collecting on rock piles of former native copper mines in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Register for Keweenaw Mineral Days here Adult...

7/19
Keweenaw Mineral Days: Seneca Mine

Keweenaw Mineral Days event provides legal surface prepared mineral collecting on rock piles of former native copper mines in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Register for Keweenaw Mineral Days...

7/19 10 am
Keweenaw Mineral Days

Keweenaw Mineral Days event provides legal surface prepared mineral collecting on rock piles of former native copper mines in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Register for Keweenaw Mineral Days here Adult...

7/20
Keweenaw Mineral Days: Central Mine

Keweenaw Mineral Days event provides legal surface prepared mineral collecting on rock piles of former native copper mines in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Register for Keweenaw Mineral Days...

7/20 10 am
Lake Superior Day in Copper Harbor

Celebrate the beauty and bounty of Lake Superior! Copper Harbor community volunteers, along with the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative, are organizing the 7th annual Lake Superior Day Festival...

7/21 1 pm

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