Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
Students and researchers in our faculty explore the evolution of human knowledge and societies, how we got to where we are – and where we might be going.
Pursuing a degree in the Humanities & Social Sciences equips students to understand the complex and pressing issues facing our society now and in the past; locally, nationally and internationally.
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Bruneau Centre Lecture Theatre (IIC 2001)
Feb 28, 2024
Student Lounge SN 1107
Mar 7, 2024
Submissions are invited from full‐time or part‐time students of Memorial University for the 2024 Gregory J. Power Poetry Competition.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Friday, March 15th, 2024
Memorial University's Ewart A. Pratt Post-Doctoral Fellow has spent her career assisting the public to overcome a condition academics call “sea-blindness.” With any luck, Dr. Julia Stryker will soon have her most visible partner yet. Read more in the Gazette.
Katherine Dibbon is completing her final year of a joint bachelor of arts and bachelor of science (honours) degree, studying political science and chemistry (biological). She is also Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2024 Rhodes scholar. Read more in the Gazette.