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The SEE Education Foundation will be awarding $95,000 USD in scholarships to students pursuing degrees related to the explosives industry. The scholarship acceptance period is February 26, 2021, to May 7, 2021.
To be eligible, students must be, or plan to be, pursuing a technical, undergraduate, graduate or doctorate degree in a field related to the commercial explosives industries. Students will be assessed on academic and professional achievements, industry goals, a personal challenges narrative and a brief statement of financial need.
Each year, the scholarship committee reviews and scores applications from students in a wide range of disciplines and makes awards ranging from $1,500 USD to a top award of $7,500 USD to well-qualified students.
About the SEE Education Foundation
The SEE Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 1996 to serve the long-term education interests of the explosives industry through the development of education and training materials, championing the inclusion of explosives instruction in engineering curricula and awarding scholarships to eligible students.
Now that we’ve all had plenty of time to watch everything on Netflix throughout the past few months, it’s time for something new and exciting. Join us at 8 p.m. eastern time every Tuesday in March for a free web series that will showcase, in a fun and educational way, how people and organizations around the world use explosives every day.
Registration is free and open now. Be sure to share this story with all your friends and family so they can watch, too!
Explosives Everyday! Schedule
Mining & Environmental
8-10 p.m. eastern time Tuesday, March 2
From gold mining to blasting beaver dams, learn about how explosives are carefully used every day to produce the products we use and to minimize impacts and improve our environment.
Civil & Monitoring
8-10 p.m. eastern time Tuesday, March 9
See how explosives are used in road construction and buildings while learning about how blast vibrations are monitored in the U.S. and across the world.
Reporting & Avalanche
8-10 p.m. eastern time Tuesday, March 16
Reporting looks at the approval process of putting together blasting projects and the regulations that govern how explosives are handled to ensure safety. Avalanche shows how explosives are used in avalanche control.
Industrial & Military
8-10 p.m. eastern time Tuesday, March 23
Hear from industry experts how explosives are used in different military settings and in the mining for industrial minerals.
Entertainment & Demolition
8-10 p.m. eastern time Tuesday, March 30
Lights! Camera! Action! Take a behind-the-scenes look at how explosives are used in action movies, concerts and on the 4th of July. You will also learn how explosives are used every day to take down buildings and structures.
Nominate a coworker or colleague who has made an exceptional contribution to the fields of explosives or drilling for one of the International Society of Explosives Engineers most prestigious awards. There are four awards the ISEE is accepting nominations for:
Blaster’s Leadership Award: Presented to those who exemplify the blaster in the field and have given generously of time and talents in helping fellow blasters.
Driller of The Year Award: Recognizes a drill operator with a high moral character and whose body of work demonstrates an extraordinary commitment to compliance and safety; work ethic; performing quality work; is a team player; and communication skills.
Drilling Industry Leadership Award: Recognizes owner/operators of mines and/or contractors (their engineers and managers), supplier/vendors (of equipment, tools and systems), consultants, and academia of high moral character who have given extraordinary amount of their time and knowledge to advance the drilling industry with application, technology, engineering or field work.
Distinguished Service Award: An award of merit given to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of explosives engineering.
Click here to nominate a candidate online or to download a nomination form.
The deadline has been extended to Friday, Dec. 4 to reserve your organization's spot in the inaugural Drilling and Blasting Marketplace that will be featured in the January/February 2021 issue of the Journal of Explosives Engineering. With ISEE’s conference cancelation, we wanted to provide an opportunity for companies that typically exhibit to advertise new or existing products and services all in one place.
This is open to all companies interested in reaching ISEE members and other key explosives industry leaders. All ads and website links will be included in both the print and digital editions of the Journal of Explosives Engineering.
Each ad will be sized to 1/6 page. Advertisers needing more space can purchase additional space in 1/6 page increments. Ad copy should be approximately 50 words per ad. ISEE will design the ad for you to keep formatting consistent. Please provide 50 words, a color logo, and a photo. Photos and logos should be high resolution and at least 300dpi.