School of Nursing News

Dr. Donna Moralejo with a five-year-old boy in Burkina Faso, West French Africa. The child was immunized during the WHO's Stop Transmission of Polio project.

Looking over her resume from more than a decade of international development work, Dr. Donna Moralejo, associate dean (graduate programs) at Memorial's School of Nursing, can't say for sure but thinks it was her interest in travel to remote destinations that led to her first volunteer project.

Dr. Sandy MacDonald and 4th year BN students

Memorial University's bachelor of nursing (BN) (collaborative) program has once again achieved the gold standard in nursing education, a full seven-year accreditation from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN).


“Our mission is to provide world-class education, to provide research that is both rigorous and relevant and to engage in ways with the community to increase the social and economic wellbeing of the province,” said Dr. Wilf Zerbe, dean, Faculty of Business Administration.