There are great things happening at Memorial University and it is an exciting time to be a part of it.
In the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), we are committed to enabling the university to be recognized as one of the most distinguished public universities in Canada through supporting excellence in education, scholarship and student experience. An important role of the office is to align activities, operations, budget, policies, and administrative structures with the academic mission, strategic priorities and plans, and our frameworks Teaching and Learning, Research and Public Engagement.
It is innovation and a forward thinking approach that keeps Memorial University on the path to distinction as we continue to fulfill our commitments to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Dr. David Wardlaw, provost and vice-president (academic)
Memorial University today released its annual retrospective publication, this year titled Face Forward: President’s Report 2013. To see some of the faces of the people who are working together to move Memorial forward as well as to view their stories and the vital signs and financial highlights for 2012-13, visit www.mun.ca/presidentsreport.
Together with the College of the North Atlantic (CNA), Memorial University has completed a comprehensive report highlighting the importance of a healthy campus as the university community works towards expanded inclusiveness.
Accommodating Students with Individual Learning Needs Associated with Disabilities and/or Mental Health Issues was authored by Dr. David Philpott, a professor in Memorial’s Faculty of Education, and Elizabeth Chaulk, CNA.