President's Report 2006 | today.mun.ca

October 2005

Article TitleDate
Performance of first-year students improvingOct 4, 2005
Grenfell wellness educator completes triathlonOct 5, 2005
Book celebrates honorary grads Reginald and Helen ShepherdOct 6, 2005
Pratt Lecture presents Robert BringhurstOct 6, 2005
University Relations re-brands itselfOct 6, 2005
A closer look at suicide bombingOct 11, 2005
Supreme Court of Canada to hear appealOct 12, 2005
Grenfell to offer children's origami workshopsOct 12, 2005
New links for studentsOct 13, 2005
Memorial a key partner in gene discovery projectOct 13, 2005
Amalgamation of offices will streamline servicesOct 13, 2005
Deans from across the country meeting at MemorialOct 14, 2005
Celebrate Memorial underwayOct 14, 2005
Researching the housing needs of aging Atlantic CanadiansOct 17, 2005
Deep research with IBMOct 18, 2005
Supreme Court of Canada to hear appealOct 18, 2005
Fall convocation takes place FridayOct 18, 2005
Alberto Manguel to give public readingOct 19, 2005
New health research funding worth $1.2 millionOct 19, 2005
Celebrations continue at MemorialOct 19, 2005
University research professor receives highest honourOct 20, 2005
Sea-Hawks battle the Fog DevilsOct 20, 2005
Grad's film to debut at women's film festivalOct 20, 2005
Chatting it upOct 20, 2005
O'Dea named to Order of Newfoundland and LabradorOct 21, 2005
Convocation day for hundreds of studentsOct 21, 2005
Parking plan on trackOct 21, 2005
Business catches community spiritOct 24, 2005
Former director wins prestigious awardOct 26, 2005
Head of the classOct 27, 2005
Biology student wins Killam fellowshipOct 27, 2005
Fund-raiser will support kidney researchOct 27, 2005
Memorial ranks 23 out of 50 top research universities in CanadaOct 28, 2005
Parking plan on trackOct 28, 2005
I love MUNdays photo contest winnerOct 31, 2005
Memorial students organize Trick or EatOct 31, 2005
Board of Regents to hold special meeting to examine Grenfell governance issuesOct 31, 2005