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{A Message from the President}
{President Axel Meisen }

Welcome to Memorial University's President's Report 2000-2001. Last year, the report was provided for the first time in electronic form and, because it was so well received, we are continuing with this format, capturing its highlights in a printed brochure. The web/CD version of the report, with its great diversity of information, pictures and sounds, will give you an even better sense of Memorial University's vibrancy and achievements this year. [more]

Our student successes

{Alison Butler}

Already armed with four degrees (three from Memorial), Alison Butler will continue her academic explorations for the next three years at the University of Bristol, England, with the help of two fellowships. She has been awarded a Rothermere Fellowship worth 7,800 plus tuition and airfare home for three years [more]


{Niall O'Dea}

This past year, Memorial student Niall O'Dea has been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. His parents, English professor Shane O'Dea, and deputy registrar Maire O'Dea, are very proud of him. [more]

Our alumni successes

{Alumna of the Year}

Memorial University's Alumni Association named Susan Dyer Knight its Alumna of the Year for 2000. This is the highest honour awarded by the alumni association.

Ms. Knight is the founder, director and conductor of the internationally acclaimed Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir (NSYC). She is also a schoolteacher, university lecturer, clinician and an energetic advocate of the arts.

Memorial alumni, nominated Ms. Knight for the award, calling her "a person with outstanding talent and accomplishments." [more]

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