Kim Kelly, BA’92, BSW’02, M.Ed.’08, believes that the best way to remember a loved one you’ve lost is to say their name and to keep the best qualities of that person alive.
Q&A with alumna of Memorial's first police studies' graduating class
Cst. Lindsay Dillon grew up in Conception Bay South, N.L., and today she protects the same streets she played on as a child.
A Q&A with N.L.’s first Rotary International Peace Fellow
Holly White, BA’05, Dip. in ESL’05, M.Ed.’15, sees hope when others focus on despair.
It’s an essential perspective when your passion is working in a field that combats global violence and discrimination.
In 2016 Ms. White was one of only 50 successful applicants from all over the globe named to the highly respected global peace program sponsored by Rotary International. She’s back home in N.L. after an intense 15 months that included academic work and a field placement in Istanbul, Turkey.
Adrianna Warren is only in her second year at Memorial University, but she’s already encountered a great deal of adversity in her life. Thanks to a strong work ethic, positive attitude and the help of the Joyce Family Foundation Bursary, Ms. Warren is rising above that adversity and exploring opportunities that she once believed were out of reach.
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