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Recently, six engineering undergraduate students did what no other MUN engineering students have done. They completed their work terms in India.

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Fortis Inc. pays tribute to Dr. Angus Bruneau through continued support of teaching technology and modern learning facilities at Memorial

Today Memorial announced a generous $200,000 donation from Fortis Inc. used to modernize the primary lecture theatre in the Engineering building on Memorial University’s St. John’s campus.

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Second in the world

Enactus Memorial has won second place and $25,000 at the 2017 Enactus World Cup.

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Safer ships

Part of a special feature showcasing Memorial's leadership and expertise in cold ocean and Arctic science, technology and society (COASTS).

As an island in the middle of the North Atlantic, Newfoundland and Labrador relies on ships to transport goods and people to and from mainland Canada, transport people within the province, for search and rescue, oil-spill response, sovereignty protection and other essential operations.

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First-year students awarded $180,000 in STEM scholarships

Two first-year students at Memorial University have been named 2017 recipients of Schulich Leader Scholarships.

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New date for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Reunion 2017

A new date, October 28, 2017, has been confirmed for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science's Reunion 2017!

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Paradigm Hyperloop places second at international competition

Paradigm Hyperloop, a team that designed a high-speed, air-levitating ground transport vehicle, took second place for speed at the SpaceX Hyperloop Competition in California this past weekend.

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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Reunion 2017 postponed to later date

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has decided to postpone its Reunion 2017, which was originally set for September 8, to a date in October. 

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Finding the sweet spot

Dr. Geoff Rideout, mechanical engineering professor and director of first-year engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, researches how to predict and control vibrations. His research, as a member of Memorial’s Drilling Technology Laboratory led by Dr. Steve Butt, can help in the design of efficient and reliable drill strings for the oil and gas industry.

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Memorial welcomes new vice-president (research)

Memorial University has appointed Dr. Neil Bose as vice-president (research). The Board of Regents approved the appointment at its meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 9.

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Perfect vision

Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is more than half way through its eight-year strategic growth plan (2012-2021).

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Dr. Dennis Peters appointed acting dean of Engineering and Applied Science

Dr. Dennis Peters has been appointed acting dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science effective Sept. 1, 2017, until Nov. 30, 2017.

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From Nigeria to N.L.

Peter Ogban’s path from Nigeria to Newfoundland to pursue a PhD in mechanical engineering was slightly circuitous.

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Mechanical engineering students place second in national competition

Six senior mechanical engineering students recently placed second for their design of a 3D printer. They were competing in a national design competition, the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) National Design Competition for three-dimensional, or 3D, Printing.

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Memorial graduates recognized for exceptional achievements

Technology trailblazer. Memorial champion. Opera star. Community builder.

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Gordon Jin appointed chair of national committee

Gordon Jin, an academic staff member with the engineering co-operative education office was appointed chair of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering’s (CSCE) Honours and Fellowships Committee for a two-year term.

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Mechanical engineering students place second in national competition

Six senior mechanical engineering students recently placed second for their design of a 3D printer. They were competing in a national design competition, the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) National Design Competition for three-dimensional, or 3D, Printing.

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Memorial graduates recognized for exceptional achievements

Technology trailblazer. Memorial champion. Opera star. Community builder.

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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science receives positive accreditation review of undergraduate programs

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has received good news of a positive accreditation decision for its six undergraduate programs from the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

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Giant presence

Dr. Angus Bruneau, founding dean of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial, has passed away at the age of 81.

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