The TMS Education Committee consists of individuals representing academia, government, and industry who are interested in the preparation of future professionals for the minerals, metals, and materials fields. This committee is involved with materials science and engineering education at the university level; outreach programs and educational resource development; and cooperation with other societies and committees who share these areas of interest.
Join the Education Committee
Why Join the Education Committee?
The benefits to your career include the opportunity to:
- Impact the future of the MSE profession
- Network with others devoted to improving education
- Learn more about TMS education-related volunteer opportunities
Varies. Committee members attend meetings twice a year at the TMS Annual Meeting and at MS&T. A number of additional volunteer opportunities are also available within the committee.
How To Get Started
To learn how to get involved with the TMS Education Committee, please contact the TMS Volunteerism Staff.