Eliminate barriers through partnerships

We build partnerships to offer experiential learning opportunities that allow us to connect our students to the global community.

In our next phase, we are expanding our scale of influence by partnering with private and public businesses, other faculties at Memorial, and provincial and federal governments to create a global network and expand educational and career opportunities for our students. Through these partnerships, we can be part of our community – locally and globally – while also preparing students to make significant contributions to the world around them.

Our expanding network broadens and enriches research possibilities as well as opportunities to continue undertaking cutting-edge research to help take our students and our society to the next level.



Feb. 28: Fish by fish
Building confidence and measuring impact in Petty Harbour


April 30: Career bridge
Business faculty earns national ‘win-win’ accreditation

April 1: Meaningful inclusion
Kristy Sheppard brings Indigenous lens to business faculty’s advisory board

March 10: Thinking globally
A Memorial University MBA student helps local company expand into European markets with support from the Husky Centre

Feb. 1: VOLTFUSE sees opportunity in pandemic
Wage subsidies from Husky Centre help local businesses adapt


Dec. 18: Made in Nain
SmartICE expands horizons through experiential learning and social enterprise

Dec. 4: Mutual learning
Business students help SMEs, non-profits through ‘win-win’ program

Oct. 13: 'Useful point of connection'
Former top CEO begins new industry role at business faculty

Aug. 24: Continuing connection
Cambridge profs named adjuncts at Memorial’s business faculty

July 27: 'Current and relevant'
New accreditation offers career advancement for business students

Feb. 28: Leading the charge
Memorial's business faculty rethinking 'business as usual'


Dec. 6: Preparing to compete
Husky contributes $1 million to business faculty for new centre of excellence