Dr. Axel Meisen
Welcome to the President's Report 2003-2004. This year has seen remarkable progress throughout Memorial University of Newfoundland, progress that is challenging to summarize. We have therefore produced this brochure, the President's Report Highlights, which gives insight into some of our major developments. The full report is available on the Web at www.mun.ca/2004report and, for the first time, on the enclosed DVD. The innovative DVD format enables us to bring you extensive written information as well as video and audio materials, which give you a lively introduction to Memorial University.[more...]
Newfoundland and Labrador lies between the northern 46th and 61st parallels, with the bulk of the island portion being below the 50th parallel. The island is located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the larger Labrador portion is on the eastern part of the Canadian mainland.[more...]
Memorial University was founded in 1925 by a group of visionaries who saw a need to expand Newfoundland and Labrador's educational opportunities beyond what was available in the post-First World War era. Envisioned initially as a teacher-training college, the founders created the basis for a university that today has more than 17,000 students in six faculties and six schools. [more...]
Memorial University is not just a physical place Ė it is a vibrant community connected to other communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond. This past year faculty and staff went further than the campus borders to build connections with other countries, organizations and groups.[more...]
Providing students with a stimulating learning experience is not restricted to what happens inside the walls of a classroom. This past year, Memorial continued its tradition of taking students further, beyond the classroom...[more...].
Beyond whatís expected. Thatís the best description for many of the outstanding people who worked, studied or were associated with Memorial this past year. Amazing students, accomplished staff members, and outstanding teachers, researchers and alumni are just some of the people who helped us go further.[more...]
Research is the quest to go further than what we know, to cross boundaries in the sciences, humanities, technology, arts and culture. This past year Memorialís research funding rose to $73.9 million, a 40 per cent increase over the previous year. [more...]