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.
Erin Maher collected a bachelor’s degree in ocean and naval architectural engineering at spring 2022 convocation.
Spring graduate Dr. Xudong Ye’s positive attitude is taking him places!
Memorial University’s Student Design Hub will host a student pitch/fundraiser event on Wednesday, May 18.
Dr. Greg Naterer has served as dean of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial since 2012.
On May 1, Dr. Naterer will join the University of Prince Edward Island as vice-president, academic and research. We reflect on Dr. Naterer’s time at Memorial and celebrate him as a strategic, forward-thinking and thoughtful leader who has shown strength, grace and insight.
Arctic champion: Engineer announced as research chair in marine and coastal environmental engineering
Memorial University’s research capacity in areas relevant to the Arctic is expanding.
Bold and innovative: Interdisciplinary teams awarded nearly $500,000 for high-risk, high-reward research
Researchers are pushing the boundaries of knowledge into exciting new areas thanks to a federal investment of almost $500,000.
Join the faculty for a free virtual public lecture on Tuesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. (NDT) as Prof. Darlene Spracklin-Reid talks about how engineering students are learning that engineering is a caring profession through community-based work terms.
Student-led companies focused on medical and automotive technologies were the big winners at the 2022 Mel Woodward Cup on March 23.
Dr. Octavia Dobre has been appointed interim dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, effective May 2, 2022 until April 28, 2023, or until a permanent dean is recruited, whichever occurs first.
Whether you met him in the hallways at Memorial University, in his office, in the laboratory or in the classroom, Dr. Tahir Husain always welcomed you with a smile and a cheerful greeting.
A new program at Memorial University is seeking industry professionals across North America to help develop Newfoundland and Labrador’s next high-growth startup.
Three new course-based, master’s programs offered at Memorial University will help meet growing demand across technology sectors in the province.
A new mechatronics engineering undergraduate program in Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science will provide students an opportunity to meet the demands of the growing tech sector in careers such as advanced manufacturing systems, robotics, autonomous driving, remotely operated underwater and aerial vehicles, artificial intelligence, among others.
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.
Memorial researchers continue to make a global impact - something that is being noted in the top tiers of academia.
University and community researchers tackle coastal community sustainability through two-eyed seeing lens
Memorial and a consortium of university-affiliated and community-affiliated researchers from Mi’kmaw communities across Newfoundland have been awarded nearly $15 million through the federal New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF).
A pair of new leaders is at the helm of a specialized research centre based at Memorial.