22, 2000, Gazette)
of Memorial past...
June 1970 Dr.
Arthur M. Sullivan is appointed dean of Junior Studies while
Dr. E. H. King is appointed assistant dean (arts) and E. F. G.
Hodgett is appointed assistant dean (science). Dr. Sullivan joined
the faculty of Memorial in 1960 in the Department of Psychology,
later heading up that department after earning his PhD at McGill
University. In 1968 he was appointed director of the Institute
for Research in Human Abilities.
The biggest student reunion ever held in the province is being
planned for this summer when Memorial has its first Homecoming.
The event, Homecoming 75, is being organized by the Memorial
University of Newfoundland Alumni Association, which is an organization
of over 8,000 former students of the university and Memorial
search committee named
June 1980 Following
President M. O. Morgan's announcement that he will retire, the
Board of Regents have appointed a search committee chaired by
Dr. F. W. Russell. Other members of the search committee are
Wayne Thistle, Dr. R. M. Mowbray, Dr. D. H. Rendell, Prof. F
.L. Jackson, William Norman, Charles White, Angela Cantwell and
June 1985 Tuition
fees at Memorial increase this month and housing and food prices
will be going up in September. The new structure for tuition
fees stands at $503 per semester for full-time undergraduates,
compared to $469 in 1984-85. The price per course for part-time
students is $133 compared to $124 last year. Full-time master's
students face a $24 per semester increase from $300 to $324 and
part-time master's student fees will increase from $200 to $216.
Other changes include a per-semester increase for PhD students
to $405 and $233 for graduate diploma students.
dean of education
Dr. Robert Crocker is appointed the new dean of the Faculty of
Education, effective this September. Dr. Crocker is presently
with the Institute of Educational Research and Development in
the Faculty of Education and is well-known for his contributions
in the fields of research into teaching, science education and
educational policy analysis. He succeeds the current dean of
education, Dr. Leslie Karagianis.
year's Lord Rothermere Foundation Fellowship has been awarded
to Dennis L. Brown, who will undertake doctoral studies on structural
geology at the Royal Holloway and Bedford College, University
of London, England. Mr. Brown received a B.Sc. (hons.) in geology
from Memorial with an honours thesis in structural geology and
he is currently working towards completion of an M.Sc. program
in earth sciences.
appoints conciliation officer
June 1995 Employment
relations minister Tom Murphy has processed the university's
request for a conciliation board to intervene in its stalemate
with the faculty union. Memorial officials requested conciliation
in negotiations with the Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty Association (MUNFA) on June 9. Issues on the table include
a new pay plan whereby salary increases are based on merit rather
than annual step increases.