Student Chapter Listing

 MetSoc Student Chapters

The MetSoc Chapters are groups of students assemble to organize activities related to the fields of mineral extraction, metallurgy and materials science.  The list below contains the Faculty advisor and contact information of each Chapter.

To join one of these chapters in their next activity, contact the MetSoc office at

McGill University – Chapter of the Year! (2020)

Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
Faculty Advisor: Mathieu Brochu
Contact McGill Chapter to join!
Facebook page: metsocmcgill
LinkedIn: Materials Engineering Undergraduate Society of McGill
Youtube Channel: Metflix 

McGill Student Chapter

University of British Columbia

Metals and Materials Engineering UBC Chapter – Joint Student Chapter (JSC)
Faculty Advisor: Edouard Asselin
Facebook page: @JSC.Mtrl.Grads.UBC
Instagram: @jsc.ubc 

President: Rosanne Tam Vice-president: Farhad RAHIMI

Université Laval

Département des mines et de la métallurgie, Faculté des sciences et de génie
Faculty Advisor: Anne Rousseau
Chapter President: William Chaîné

Laval Student Chapter visits the Alcoa aluminum smelter in Deschambault

Laurentian University

School of Engineering
Faculty Advisor: Eduard Guerra
President: Ryan Ayerst
Vice President: Alexandre Blais

Laurentian University group photo

The annual Laurentian University CIM MetSoc social night

McMaster University

Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Faculty Advisor: Andre Phillion
President: Daniella Pallisco
Visit their website!

Queen’s University

*NEW* QU-MetSoc
Faculty Advisor: Ahmad Ghahreman
Chapter President: Susanna Zhang

University of Toronto

Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Faculty Advisor: Kinnor Chattopadhyay
Chapter President: Jennifer Dixon
Contact the Chapter to join!


CIM Student Chapters

These groups of students assemble to organize activities related to the fields of underground mining and geology.

Go to the CIM website for further details.

METSOC is a constituent society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).
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