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Public engagement at Memorial has plenty of faces. From students, staff and faculty, to the many community partners who offer their time and expertise, there are literally thousands of people involved in Memorial’s public engagement activities. Here are a few of them.

From left to right are PhD student Sandrine Baillon and Dr. Annie Mercier collect invertebrate samples in Logo Bay. Dwight Howse 3

Opening up oceans to province’s schoolchildren >>

Learning at the Bottom of the Ocean >>

Helping hands in Health >>

The Digital Oceans Project brings oceans to the classroom [ read more ]

Marine Institute helps youth reach new depths [ read more ]

Memorial researchers are engaging the public to build Community Health Outreach offices across the province [ read more ]

 

Marguerite Scott Neilson Shane Skinner

Preserving a Language >>

Tapping into Traditional Knowledge >>

Business Boot Camp >>

Innu knowledge central to major project from Department of Linguistics [ read more ]

Labrador Institute Researchers engaging in community capacity building up North [ read more ]

Building business skills in military veterans [ read more ]

 

Ivan Emke Dr. Stephen Bornstein Bonne Bay Marine Station

Community air waves >>

Healthy Collaboration >>

Bringing a big world to a small community >>

Memorial Professor giving a voice to small communities. [ read more ]

Sharing health knowledge province-wide [ read more ]

The Bonne Bay Marine Station is engaging students and communities in environmental education. [ read more ]

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