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IperionX $2,500 Metals Supply Chain Scholarship

IperionX is uniquely positioned to re-shore titanium metal production to the U.S., reducing the acute reliance on titanium imports from foreign nations and lowering the significant environmental impacts from production of titanium metal using the existing Kroll Process—which is energy intensive, high cost, and generates excessive greenhouse gas emissions. IperionX is currently producing titanium metal powders from titanium scrap at our operational pilot facility in Utah using our propriety breakthrough HAMR Process for titanium production. We are currently developing the world’s largest 100% recycled titanium metal powder facility to scale this technology and titanium production at a Titanium Demonstration Facility in Halifax County, Virginia. Additionally, we are developing sustainable mineral extraction operations at the Titan Critical Minerals Project in Tennessee—one of the largest titanium, zirconium, and rare earth mineral deposits in the U.S. 

IperionX is excited to offer three (3) $2,500 scholarships for metals-focused Engineering students in Utah, Virginia, and Tennessee for the academic year 2024-2025.

Applications are open from January 3, 2024 through May 3, 2024. Scholarship recipients will be announced by June 7, 2024.


  • Open to all undergraduate students pursuing a degree in metals-focused engineering, including but not limited to:
    • Metallurgical Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Materials Sciences
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Industrial and Systems Engineering
    • Mining and Minerals Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
  • Attending a college or university as an undergraduate student in the state of Utah, the state of Virginia, or the state of Tennessee for the 2024-2025 academic year.


Please email [email protected] for any questions.


By submitting this application, you agree to have your name and image used in IperionX promotional materials and shared on IperionX social media. Scholarship recipients are responsible for any potential taxes and fees associated with earned winnings.