Vice-Presidents Council

The Vice-Presidents Council is the senior administrative committee of the university. It is a decision-making body with responsibility for pan-university operations and affairs, for matters that cross over vice-presidential portfolios, and for making recommendations to the president on matters within his or her sole authority.



VPC invests in frameworks

The Vice-Presidents Council recently announced base funding totaling $3.0 million beginning in the fiscal year 2014-15 to support ongoing and future work of the three frameworks across the university.

The funding allocation and home portfolio for deployment and reporting of the funds is: Public Engagement - $900,000 (President); Research - $900,000 (Vice-President (Research)); and Teaching and Learning - $1,200,000 (Provost and Vice President (Academic)).

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Provost releases Internationalization White Paper for Memorial University

Today, Dr. Wardlaw, Provost and Vice-President (Academic) is releasing the Internationalization White Paper for Memorial University which assesses internationalization at Memorial. 


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