Memorial Presents is an ongoing series of public forums hosted by the Harris Centre on issues of important public policy in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Previous sessions have dealt with various topics, including fishery policy, education policy, energy policy and equalization and regional development.
The format of each session is as follows:
- A main presentation by a Memorial University faculty member, staff member or student (approximately 30 minutes)
- Rejoinders/rebuttals by two or three panelists, who may be from the University or the outside community (10 minutes each)
- A discussion session with the audience, moderated by the Harris Centre (approximately 1 hour)
Interested in being a presenter at a "Memorial Presents"? Do you know someone who you would like to nominate? To learn more about the opportunity for main presenters click here.
A "Memorial Presents" session is balanced with eminent panelists to help explore or supplement the main presentation. To learn more about the opportunity for panelists for a "Memorial Presents" session, click here.