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Vol 40  No 3
September 20, 2007


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Classifieds

In Brief

New Faculty

News & Notes

Notable

Obituaries

Out and About

Papers & Presentations

Research

Student View




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Out and About

A group of international students took a trek to Gros Morne National Park earlier this month. Dr. Michael Newton, who teaches religious studies at Grenfell, volunteered to share his knowledge of Gros Morne with the students. Participants took in the Bonne Bay Marine Station, a number of look outs, as well as the Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse and its interpretation centre. From left: Maria Burn from Belize, Gulnaaz Mehdi from Bangladesh, and Aura Villanueva Juanes from Mexico enjoy the local scenery.

Thursday, Sept. 20
MUN Cinema presents La Vie en Rose 7 p.m. Empire Theatres,
Avalon Mall.

Let’s Talk Science Partnership Program Information Days 12:30 p.m. IIC-2014.

Boundary Layer Theory by Roderick Wong, Mathematics,
2 p.m. IIC-2001.

Dr. Neil Bishop, French and Spanish, presents Graines souterraines?
Le sexo-générique dans des oeuvres (auto)-censurées d’Anne Hébert
2 p.m. SN-4035.

Critical Media Literacy by Joe L. Kincheloe and Shirley R. Steinberg
12:30 p.m. E-2030B.

Natural Hazards in Newfoundland and Labrador by Dr. Norm Catto, Geography, 8 p.m. Botanical Garden.

Friday, Sept. 21
Let’s Talk Science Partnership Program Information Days 12:30 p.m. IIC-2014.

Dr. Joy Parr revisits More Work for Mother 4 p.m. SN-4087.

Saturday, Sept. 22
Provincial Nominee Program info session, 1 p.m. IIC-2001.

Sunday, Sept. 23
My Everest: More than a Mountain by Dr. TA Loeffler 7 p.m. IIC-2001.

Memorial researchers on CBC’s the Nature of Things. CBC TV, check local listings for times.

Tuesday, Sept. 25
MS Excel workshop 10 a.m. L-1015/16.

Blood Donor Clinic 12-7:30 p.m. R. Gushue Hall.

Wednesday, Sept. 26
Thoughts about the 2007 General Election in NL 1 p.m. SN-2036.

MS Word Workshop 10 a.m. L-1015/16.

Introduction to Experiential Learning in the University Classroom Part Two: The Art of Reflection 12:30 p.m. Education Building.

Fall Volunteer Fair 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 3rd Floor University Centre.

Thursday, Sept. 27
MUN Cinema series presents Introducing the Dwights 7 p.m. Empire Theatres, Avalon Mall.

Newfoundland Historical Society Lecture. Peter Armitage will be giving a lecture titled Nutakuanan – The Parable of Herman J. Koehler and his 1931 Disappearance 8 p.m. Marine Institute.

MS PowerPoint workshop 1 p.m. L-1015/16.

Spooky Actions at a Distance by Dr. David Mermin, Horace White Professor of Physics Emeritus at Cornell University, 7:30 p.m.
IIC-2001.

Friday, Sept. 28
PhD Oral Defence of Bruce Mason, Department of Folklore, titled The Creation of Folk Cultures on the Internet: A Proposed Methodology of Investigation With Case Studies 10 a.m.-12 p.m. IIC-2014.

Sunday, Sept. 30
Banff Mountain Film Festival Radical Reels Tour 7 p.m. IIC-2001.

Monday, Oct. 1
Memorial University Career and Graduate School Fair 2007
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Field House.

Tuesday, Oct. 2
Rant Like Rob: Instructional Discourse and Student Engagement
12:30 p.m. Education Building.

Wednesday, Oct. 3
Thoughts about the 2007 General Election in NL 1 p.m. SN-2036.

Student Feedback: A Quick and Effective Strategy 12:30 p.m. Education Building.

Saturday, Oct. 6
Music at Memorial 8 p.m. D. F. Cook Recital Hall.

Wednesday, Oct. 10
Post-election analysis 1 p.m. SN-2036.

An overview of Chinese regional and historical styles and the contemporary development of Chinese music and musicians with The Orchid Ensemble 7:30 p.m. MMaP Gallery, Arts & Culture Centre.

Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbours?: On Walls and Borders with
Dr. Noreen Golfman 8 p.m. EN-2006.

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