Dean's Lecture: Eduardo Hochschild
Clean Mines: Engineering a Better Way for Our Earth and Our Future
Company leaders must strike the right balance between leadership and stewardship. As the chairman of the Hochschild Mining Group, Eduardo Hochschild, E87, has prioritized engineering the cleanest mines possible, including a new project focused on critical rare earth materials. This esteemed School of Engineering alumni will reflect on corporate guidance, community responsibility and the role we all play in creating a Brighter World. Returning to Tufts for the Dean’s Lecture series, Hochschild will also touch on how his time at Tufts prepared him for his career.
About Eduardo Hochschild
Eduardo Hochschild graduated from Tufts University in 1987 with a BS in Engineering Physics. After graduating from Tufts, he joined the Hochschild Mining Group, a Peru-based mining and industrial group, as a safety assistant in the Arcata unit. In 2006 he was appointed Chairman of Hochschild Mining. With over 30 years’ involvement with the Hochschild Group and roughly 50% interest, Hochschild is currently the majority shareholder of the company. He is also the chairman of several other organizations including the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC) in Peru, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lima, and Peruvian cement company Cementos Pacasmayo.