Mining Education at the Crossroadst

CIM Bulletin, 1965

R.A.L. Black Head, Dept. of Mining Engineering, Royal School of Mines, London, England

In many parts of the Wes tern World attention has recently been drawn to the acute shortage of mining and metallurgical engineers produced by the universities. Naturally, the reasons for this shortage have been discussed, and various remedies for it have been proposed. In this paper, I want to examine some of them.
Keywords: Canadian Mining and Metallurgical, Metallurgy, mining engineering, ward sisters, Engineering, Engineers, Mine, Mines, mining, Mining industry, Production, Training, Universities