When the Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC) needed professional, but inexpensive consultants to assist them in evaluating one of their long-running programs, the not-for-profit group turned to Memorial University for support.
Devin Grant has always enjoyed looking for answers.
That appreciation will serve Mr. Grant well as Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2015 Rhodes Scholar.
David Belanger has seen the wonder and amazement on people’s faces when they get their first up-close look at the North Atlantic marine environment.
It might not cause quite as big a splash as a new version of the iPhone but a second iteration of the Phon software system is a major deal for researchers studying phonetics and phonology, especially in the areas of language acquisition and speech disorders.
A small group of Biology students recently began a course that may ultimately change their career path forever.
Jaime Wilson, Jessica Hackett, Phillip Hillier and April Hall are the first participants of a new biology co-operative education program at Memorial.
There are few who know the waters around Fogo Island better than the men and women who turn to it every day for their livelihood.
A project just getting underway at Memorial University is hoping to draw on that knowledge.
A group of graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral students at Memorial have received more than $1 million in funding from a Canadian research funding agency that promotes and supports post-secondary based research and training in the humanities and social sciences.
Dr. Gary Kachanoski, president and vice-chancellor, Memorial University, hosted an announcement recognizing a $1-million investment in the ocean industries, including offshore petroleum, aquaculture and fisheries on Thursday, Oct. 30.
Sixteen Memorial students were recognized as part of the Research & Development Corporation’s Ocean Industries Student Research Awards.