Congratulations to PCIGR students Sarah Jackson-Brown and Matthew Manor, who were awarded SEG Student Research Grants!
These grants assist students with field and laboratory expenses for thesis research on mineral deposits as required for graduate degrees at accredited universities. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis and are available to students worldwide. This year’s 66 successful candidates come from 30 different universities in 12 countries.
Sarah and Matt received Canada Foundation grants, which are intended to support research on mineral deposits or mineralized zones in Canada or at a Canadian university. Their awards, valued at $2,500 each, recognize the merit of the following M.Sc. projects:
Sarah Jackson-Brown “Cu-PGE-rich mineralization in the Turnagain Alaskan-type Ultramafic Intrusion, British Columbia, Canada.”
Matt Manor “Orogenic Ni-Cu-PGE deposits: geology of the Giant Mascot magmatic sulfide deposit, Hope, B.C.”