For the third time in recent years, Memorial is the only Canadian university ranked as one of the best post-secondary institutions in the world for the study of marine/ocean engineering.
A professor and head of the Department of Civil Engineering has been elected as a fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE).
During today's Ask Me Live Studio Session, the faculty's dean, Dr. Greg Naterer, and student liaison officer, Cheryl Keough, answered questions regarding first-year engineering studies.
Some of the questions and answers are captured below.
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As a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial is offering online/remote learning for students enrolled in the spring and fall 2020 semesters.
However, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science will deliver some in-person, on-campus laboratory instruction for select courses in the fall 2020 semester that include a laboratory component.
The province has been successful at flattening the curve of COVID-19. It’s important to continue to be vigilant and ensure we keep in mind that preventing another outbreak or minimizing impacts will depend on our collective adherence to best practices.
On July 14 undergraduate students of Memorial University will begin the course registration process for the fall semester. In preparation for this task, we would like to remind the university community that teaching and learning will take place in a primarily remote and online teaching and learning environment in fall 2020.
Students in designated courses in Engineering will have limited forms of in-person, on-campus lab activities which will be communicated separately from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science to students. Incorrect information appeared in an earlier Newsline message.
Dr. Glyn George, an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been elected as vice-chair of the Council of the College of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (CRNNL), the regulatory body for all registered nurses and nurse practitioners in the province.
Memorial’s vice-president (research) and a pair of influential alumni are among the newest fellows elected into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE).
A pair of new leaders is at the helm of a specialized research centre based at Memorial.
A hand-sized robot sits on the head of a drum and taps along with a human player.
As a follow up regarding building access for faculty on St. John’s campus, beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, June 24, all remaining buildings including Physical Education, St. John’s College, Music, Spencer, Coughlan College and Ocean Sciences Centre will be ready for faculty members to return to their individual offices from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Doors will remain locked and access will be by key or card access, which can be coordinated with your unit's key requester.
As a follow up regarding building access for faculty on St. John`s campus, beginning Monday, June 22, buildings for Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Education, Queen’s College, Business, Henrietta Harvey and Biotechnology will be ready for individual faculty members to return from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Doors will remain locked and access will be by key or card access.
As a follow up to last week’s message regarding building access for faculty on St. John`s campus, beginning Thursday, June 18, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation, Engineering and Earth Sciences buildings will be ready for individual faculty members to return from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Innovative business ideas focused on health technology and nutrition won the top prizes at the 2020 Mel Woodward Cup (MWC), hosted by the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), yesterday.
Xiaoyu Dong loves a challenge.
The newly minted Dr. Dong arrived at Memorial in 2016 to begin a master of engineering (M.Eng.) degree, but in four short years she has completed not only her M.Eng. degree, but a PhD as well.
As a follow up to last week’s message, we want to provide an update regarding the plan to enable faculty to return to individual offices on a more regular basis.
Newfoundland and Labrador continues to operate under Public Health COVID-19 Alert Levels, which outline services, businesses and functions allowed to operate at each alert level. The province is currently scheduled to move to Alert Level 3 on Monday, June 8. Work is ongoing at Memorial to implement a phased resumption of on-campus academic, research and administrative activities, in consideration of government’s five-level approach.
In the midst of coronavirus crisis lies great opportunity for Canada's offshore oil and gas industry
Dr. Greg Naterer, dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, wrote an article on Canada's current offshore oil and gas industry in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis.
The article was recently published in The Conversation.
The official opening is scheduled for the 2021 fall semester.
Saif Ahmed won’t be celebrating his graduation this spring with a European vacation, as planned.
Part of a special Gazette feature celebrating and recognizing the Class of 2020 at Memorial.
Dr. Dennis Peters’ exceptional service and leadership as head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has earned him international recognition.
When it comes to battling the spread of COVID-19, engineers at Memorial are putting their expertise – and time – to work.
A mechanical engineering student has developed a prototype of a personal protective equipment (PPE) testing facility for locally made surgical masks.
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