When the call came from Tesla to do some in-person recruitment on Memorial’s St. John’s campus, Claire Avery was quick to answer.
An engineering professor has received national recognition for his “game-changing” research in the mining industry.
It’s a Memorial milestone.
Four leading women researchers are receiving one of the country’s top academic honours — all at once.
A former dean and professor emeritus of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied has been named a member of the Order of Canada.
A Memorial alumnus with a diverse background in educational technology, television production and international development has been appointed the director of the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship.
It’s five for five.
Memorial is the only Canadian university included as one of the world’s best for the study for marine/ocean engineering in an annual publication of world university rankings — and it’s the fifth year in a row to do so.
More than 100 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science students received more than $47,000 in scholarships and awards recently.
Engaging industry representatives and university researchers to exchange ideas to help solve some of industry’s most challenging problems.
That was the focus of an event hosted by Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the Emera Innovation Exchange, Signal Hill campus, recently.
Memorial University has received funding for a new Centre for Artificial Intelligence on the St. John’s campus.
Newfoundland and Labrador teams captured major awards this past weekend at the 2022 MATE ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) World Championship in Long Beach, Calif.
Memorial researchers have secured nearly $8 million in competitive funding for research projects ranging from childhood amnesia to ocean biodiversity to renewable energy systems.
Dr. James Jack (Jim or JJ) Sharp, professor emeritus, passed away peacefully and with grace in his beloved Scotland on June 6, 2022 in the presence of his eldest son, Glenn.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science’s associate dean (research), associate dean (graduate studies) and an alumna are the newest fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE).
Dr. Kshama Roy’s (M.Eng.’12, PhD’17) professional career is taking off.
The first annual Student Design Showcase brought in more than $23,000 in sponsorships, donations and in-kind support for student teams at Memorial.
Memorial University is pleased to announce three new course-based masters programs have received Senate and Board of Regents approval and will welcome their first students for September 2022.