A workplace mindfulness training program at Memorial University improved students’ ability to pay attention, increased their self-awareness and reduced their levels of anxiety.
Memorial students with a way with words are encouraged to get creative and take part in a national contest with big prizes up for grabs.
Memorial University is holding a vigil to commemorate the 14 women who were killed because of their gender at l'École Polytechnique in Montreal, Que., on Dec. 6, 1989. The vigil will take place on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. in the Engineering building’s main lecture theatre (EN2006). A reception will follow. Free parking in lot 60.
The head of process engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciencehas been recognized for his outstanding contributions to the Industrial & Engineering Chemistry (I&EC) Research journal.
A Memorial expert specializing in Arctic offshore engineering is the first Canadian to receive a prestigious international prize for maritime research.
Fred Cahill, B.Eng. ’80, believes that Memorial University graduates are the future of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Engineering students Amir Elzaher and Jaffer Alkarim Jaffer were completing their work terms recently when the opportunity to work on some community projects with the Tetra Society came up.
Engineering alumni Kim Keating and Earl Ludlow are the recipients of the faculty’s Distinguished Alumni Award for 2017 and 2018, respectively.
Top billing: PhD student takes centre stage in campaign highlighting Canadas next generation of researchers
Memorial features prominently in a new promotional campaign led by the Canada Foundation for Innovation(CFI).
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