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The University of British Columbia (UBC) has announced that Melanie MacKay, a Doctor of Philosophy in Mining Engineering student, has been awarded the Motion Metrics Mining Graduate Scholarship for the 2022 Winter Academic Session. The scholarship, worth $5000, recognizes MacKay’s dedication and accomplishments in her academic pursuits.
Started by company Founder and Chief of AI, Shahram Tafazoli Bilandi, the Motion Metrics Mining Graduate Scholarship is one of many awards offered to students at UBC, which aims to provide promising students with access to a life-changing education while lessening their financial burden. The award gives students the confidence they need to succeed in their studies at UBC and enables the university to recruit and retain talented scholars.
MacKay’s receipt of the scholarship is a testament to her academic achievements and her potential to make significant contributions to the field of mining engineering.
On behalf of the staff and management at Weir Motion Metrics, faculty, and UBC community, it is with great pride that supporters seek to make a significant difference in the lives of our students and helps us continue to recruit and retain talented scholars.