Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp. Adds Graham A. Karklin to its Board of Directors

Mar 22, 2011, 06:00 ET from Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.

HOUSTON, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp. (Pink Sheets: TRER) announces that it has elected Graham Karklin to its board of directors. Mr. Karklin served as Director of Metallurgical Services for Echo Bay Mines Ltd and his 18 year tenure further included management of mining operations, development of new projects and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Karklin also worked at Newmont Mining Corporation for 13 years in the technical services group as an internal consultant to projects and operations in Canada, Peru, Bolivia, Indonesia, Ghana, Uzbekistan and Russia. Mr. Karklin currently serves as a consultant to two of the largest mining companies listed on the S&P 500 Index. He is a Professional Metallurgist, Qualified Person. Mr. Karklin's experience includes metallurgical development and process in the areas of rare earths, base metals and precious metals. Early in his career, Mr. Karklin spent 6 years working for Tantalum Mining Corporation in rare earth operations.

Daniel Gorski, Chief Executive Officer of Texas Rare Earth stated, "We are incredibly fortunate to have Graham Karklin joining our board. With decades of high level leadership in metallurgical process and wide ranging operational mining experience for large projects, he brings invaluable first-hand knowledge as we develop our Round Top rare earth-beryllium-uranium-niobium-tantalum and affiliated strategic minerals project. Importantly, Graham's background includes direct experience working with rare earths."

Mr. Karklin's election to the board as the company's third independent director is a significant step towards meeting governance standards for listing on a major exchange.

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About Texas Rare Earth

Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.'s primary focus is developing its Round Top Mountain rare earth-beryllium-uranium-niobium-tantalum and affiliated strategic minerals project. Texas Rare Earth's common stock trades on the Pink OTC Market under the symbol TRER.

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Dan Gorski-CEO: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp .

Ph 361-790-5246

Email dgorski@texasrareearth.com

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