Awards Details

Robert Peele Memorial Award
The Robert Peele Memorial Award is given for the most outstanding paper published on behalf of The Mining and Exploration Division by an SME member age 35 or younger.
Scholarship Description
The Robert Peele Memorial Award, established in 1953, and funded by AIME, is given for the most outstanding paper published on behalf of The Mining and Exploration Division by an SME member under the age of 35. The award shall consist of a plaque appropriately engraved with the name of the award, the name of the recipient, and the citation referring to the paper for which the award is being conferred. The paper under consideration must have been published in an SME publication within a two-year period ending December 31. Only the first author of a paper must be an SME member not over 35 years of age at the time the paper is submitted. The award is limited to authors of M&E Division papers. Nominations cannot be accepted, view the guidelines for the procedure.
The Robert Peele Memorial Award Conditions for Nomination
The paper under consideration must have been published in an SME publication within a two-year period ending December 31. The primary author must be an SME member age 35 or younger at the time the paper is submitted. The award is limited to authors of M&E Division papers.
Additional Information
Nomination for this award is currently closed.

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