As a possible career, Ahmed Hassan highly recommends working for a little company you may have heard of: Amazon.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has released its 2023 research report, highlighting the research led by engineering professors and their students.
Two Memorial University first-year students have been awarded “Canada’s most coveted scholarships.”
Civil engineering professor Dr. Noori Saady was recently featured on CBC's The Broadcast with Paula Gale.
New book focuses on applying thermal spreading and contact resistance to help solve problems across a variety of engineering fields.
Dr. Gary Charles Wesley Sabin, a retired professor of engineering, passed away peacefully at home in Vancouver on July 25, after a brief illness.
Two Memorial-led projects that tackle plastic waste have topped a national climate competition.
Enactus Memorial’s Project R3D and BioLabMate were two of four winners in the inaugural Ocean Communities Climate Challenge recently held by the Ocean Startup Project.
More than 120 delegates representing approx. 30 companies attended the second annual Industry Engagement Day on July 5, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
Members of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science’s Department of Process Engineering attended the Young Minds in Mining Showcase, held at Valmont Academy in King’s Point last month.
June 23 marks the 10th annual celebration of International Women in Engineering Day.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is proud of its own and their exemplary undertakings. We are proud to profile our women engineers in a video series.
Today marks the 10th annual International Women in Engineering Day.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science asked some of Memorial’s women engineers how they help to make safety seen.
A member of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is one of the newest fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE).
The MUN SailBot team competed in the International Robotic Sailing Regatta at Camp Bauercrest on Lake Attitash in Amesbury, MA, June 4-9.
Memorial engineering students are designing, building and testing not one, but two, nano-satellites to launch and operate in space.
The Paradigm Hyperloop team competed at the 30th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) hosted by Oakland University in Rochester, MI, June 2-5.
Laura Pittman graduated from Memorial’s bachelor of engineering program in mechanical engineering in 2013. Originally from St. John’s, she is currently living and working in Washington, D.C. at McKinsey & Company where she is a leader in their Life Science program. Ms. Pittman is helping to expand healthcare innovation by educating physicians on life-saving therapies.
In the spring of 2019, spring graduate Andrew Coombs could see the Engineering building through his window at the Health Sciences Centre.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is pleased to acknowledge that Petroleum Experts Ltd. (Petex) has donated licences of their software suite to Memorial University of Newfoundland.