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LU student tops at international mining competition

A Laurentian University PhD student distinguished herself at an international mining competition in Russia for graduate students April 24-26.
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Laurentian University PhD student Kim Trapani recently won the best graduate student and best scientist prizes at at an international mining competition in Russia. Supplied photo.

A Laurentian University PhD student distinguished herself at an international mining competition in Russia for graduate students April 24-26.

Kim Trapani, who works for Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research (MIRARCO) in Sudbury, won the best graduate student and best scientist prizes in the economics and management section of the competition.

The competition was held as part of the Problems of Mineral Exploration forum at the National Mineral Resources University in St. Petersburg.

Students from more than 70 universities in 21 countries participated in the competition.




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