President's Report 2006 | today.mun.ca

April 2006

Article TitleDate
Province commits to innovationApr 3, 2006
Memorial researchers receive $8.5 million from AIFApr 3, 2006
Co-op students receive inaugural awardsApr 3, 2006
City of St. John's and Memorial celebrate co-operative educationApr 3, 2006
Marine historian wins international fellowshipApr 4, 2006
Students from low-income families get more supportApr 6, 2006
Top athletes net awardsApr 7, 2006
Gold medal convocationApr 7, 2006
Poetic gifts rewardedApr 7, 2006
Applications to Grenfell up almost 20 per centApr 10, 2006
Business faculty swaps tins for tunesApr 12, 2006
Project Green cleaning upApr 12, 2006
Another added to honorary listApr 13, 2006
Looking for feedback: Open forum at MemorialApr 13, 2006
Protect intangible heritage, says PociusApr 17, 2006
Opera RoadShow takes to the airApr 18, 2006
Business faculty to highlight alumni accomplishmentsApr 18, 2006
Chair of Board of Regents resignsApr 20, 2006
Innovative technology focus of this year's WebDaysApr 21, 2006
Researcher awarded funding for first-ever provincial childhood obesity studyApr 21, 2006
Candidates for director of athletics set to make presentationsApr 21, 2006
Saluting our volunteersApr 24, 2006
Universities are essential partners in Atlantic Canada’s futureApr 26, 2006
Up, up and awayApr 27, 2006
Pepsi Centre board of directors namedApr 28, 2006
Partners Dinner puts alumni in the spotlightApr 28, 2006
Dean of Arts candidates to address campus communityApr 28, 2006
Memorial group signs on for historic festivalApr 28, 2006