DULUTH (AP) — The University of Minnesota Duluth is creating a new program to turn out more graduates who can work in the mining field.

UMD geology professor Jim Miller said at a conference Tuesday that the goal of the Mineral Resources Center is to graduate people with a full understanding of the mining cycle, even if they specialize in certain areas. Students will be trained in exploration, processing, reclamation and other core mining disciplines.

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