Although he never met Dr. Hugh Anderson, second-year science student Brandon Eastman says he is grateful for the legacy the late professor emeritus has left at Memorial.
Mr. Eastman is one of 13 recipients of a new endowed scholarship for chemistry students set up in Dr. Anderson’s name.
Memorial students Ben Taylor and Samantha Marsh are among the best in the country when it comes to target shooting.
Cody O’Brien, a Memorial University of Newfoundland biochemistry major and avid Let’s Talk Science volunteer, has been named Community Leader (Atlantic) in the 2015 Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards.
Tyler is stalling. His training session is over, but he’s hanging on. His shiny, mottled head pokes above water, and his dark eyes size up the teaching assistant who has been trying to lure him from the tank.
The second instalment of Research in Focus has been released. Research in Focus is a four-part video series that recognizes the research aspirations of each of Memorial’s campuses and faculties.
Thirty students and post-doctoral fellows from the Department of Biology travelled to the province's West Coast during the recent midterm break to visit Memorial's Bonne Bay Marine Station and to Gros Morne National Park and Marble Moutain to try their collective hand at ice fishing, snowshoeing, sledding and downhill skiing.
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador has presented The Bonne Bay Marine Station with its Sustainable Tourism Award.
The award recognizes an industry operator who has made strides in sustainable tourism practices and continually works toward the protection of our natural and cultural resources.