Dr. Gary Kachanoski has presented the President's Awards for 2016, honouring a number of outstanding Faculty of Science educators, researchers and staff members.
The president’s awards recognize excellence in public engagement, teaching, research, service to Memorial and community service. The awards were formally presented at a special ceremony on the St. John’s campus on Dec. 14.
Christa Sandall may hail from landlocked Alberta, but salt water seems to run through her veins.
Since graduating from Memorial with a bachelor of science in marine biology last June, she has been living and working in the island country of the Philippines.
This fall marked the launch of a new program for Memorial’s faculty that provides an introduction to important aspects of graduate student supervision.
Developed by the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) and the Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), the Program in Graduate Student Supervision is the first training program of its kind at Memorial, and also unique among Canadian universities.
If you are a high school student considering future studies, the Faculty of Science is the scientific training ground for all undergraduate and graduate students at Memorial University. We are committed to effective teaching, as exhibited through the delivery of quality educational programs for science students. The Faculty of Science is also dedicated to the pursuit of high quality research, fostering economic development through cooperative research and technology transfer with the private sector.
Our 12,000 alumni are seasoned scientific explorers and problem solvers in demand by science-based industries throughout the country.
The Faculty of Science encompasses nine academic departments: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Ocean Sciences, Physics and Physical Oceanography and Psychology.