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Student Chapter Listings

The MetSoc Chapters are groups of students assembled to organize activities related to the fields of mineral extraction, metallurgy and materials science. All students are welcome to join their university’s chapter. Contact the chapter directly to start participating!

Learn what a MetSoc Student Chapter can do for you

This video was created by McGill Student Chapter.
Learn more about this chapter at
https://www.metsocmcgill.ca/

University of British Columbia

Metals and Materials Engineering UBC Chapter – Joint Student Chapter (JSC)

Faculty Advisor: Edouard Asselin

Chapter President 2023: TBD

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Université Laval

Le Chapitre Étudiant de l’Université Laval

Faculty Advisor: Anne Rousseau
Chapter President: Rosalie Poirier

Laurentian University

School of Engineering

Faculty Advisor: Eduard Guerra
President: Georgina Coste-Ramsey
Contact: metsoc@laurentian.ca

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McGill University

Mining and Metallurgical Engineering

Faculty Advisor: Mathieu Brochu
Chapter Presidents: Yuhan Shi and Victoria Anson
Email: metsoc.mcgill@gmail.com

McMaster University

McMaster Materials Student Technical Society

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Faculty Advisor: Andre Phillion
Chapter President: Cal Siemens
Contact: mcmastermsts@gmail.com

Memorial University

Faculty Advisor: Stephen D. Butt
Chapter President: Judith George

Queen's University

QU-MetSoc Student Chapter

Faculty Advisors: Christopher Pickles and Charlotte Gibson
Chapter Presidents: Becca Randall, Steven Towsey and Orissa Ghai
Contact: metsoc@engsoc.queensu.ca

University of Toronto

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Faculty Advisor: Mansoor Barati
Chapter President: Mark Gorban
Contact: mseic@ecf.utoronto.ca

University of Windsor

*NEW* MetSoc Student Chapter

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Reza Riahi
Chapter Presidents: Thevika Balakumar
Contact: metsoc-uwin-chapter@uwindsor.ca

University of Windsor Chapter

CIM Student Chapters

These groups of students assemble to organize activities related to the fields of underground mining and geology.

Go to the CIM website for further details.