Saturday's devastating earthquake in Nepal has taken a tremendous toll on the region and here at home we are working to support any members of the Memorial community that needs assistance.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, Memorial's Department of Sociology and the Avalon Woodturners Guild are co-sponsoring a free screening of the Academy Award-nominated documentary Last Days in Vietnam.[Read More...]
Aron Ng has always been interested in architecture. A boating magazine led him to the Marine Institute after it piqued his interest around the possibilities of designing structures that could not only propel forward, but withstand the harsh conditions of the ocean.
Special Screening of Last Days of Vietnam
A rare opportunity to view this Academy-Award nominated film on the 40th anniversary of the fall…
Engaging the Public: A Town Hall Event to Talk About Health Research
Who sets the course of health research? It could be you, it should be you. Join NL SUPPORT, the…
Family History Society Lecture
Jenny Higgins, author of the book "Perished, The 1914 Sealing Disaster", will do a…
Institutional Ethnography As An Instrument of Change: Making An Emancipatory Method of Inquiry Visible
PhD Oral Defence of Melody Morton Ninomiya, Faculty of Medicine.