The Memorial University of Newfoundland Pensioners' Association (MUNPA) is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of all retired faculty, staff and their surviving principal beneficiaries (previously referred to as survivors) and dependant orphans.
We are the oldest university pensioners' association in Atlantic Canada, having been founded in 1985 by the late Dr. Alastair Riach.
|The MUNPA offices are moving to the Battery on August 29th.||Read the June edition of Your Voice|
|August 30 is the deadline for submitting nomination forms for your worthy candidates for the Tribute Awards.||Send the Programme Committee suggestions for fall and winter events at email@example.com|
Session on Polypharmacy
Tuesday, Oct. 23rd
in St. John’s and Corner Brook;
webcast to screens wherever
MUNPA’s move the Battery is getting closer. We are already planning our contribution to the grand opening – a reception and a session on polypharmacy from our School of Pharmacy’s Medications Service Clinic.
For more information click here
Please stay tuned for further details.
Ed Williams Receives Certificate of Appreciation from CURAC
Ed Williams, a former member of the MUNPA Board, was recently honoured with a Certificate of Appreciation from the College and University Retirees Association of Canada. The award recognized Ed’s seven years of service on the CURAC Board during which he served in various capacities. Read more about Ed's award here.
Doug House Receives Frank McKenna Award for Leadership in Public Policy
Awarded by Public Policy Forum, the Frank McKenna Award recognizes outstanding contributions by Atlantic Canadians “who have built bridges between sectors, contributed to public policy and shown exceptional leadership.” We offer our sincere congratulations to Doug for his years of leadership. This is quite an accomplishment. Read about Doug's career and post-retirement activities here
MUNPA Website Ongoing Maintenance
The Communications Committee is working hard to expand and improve this site for you, our members. You will find not only a new look, but also more up-to-date information on what we are doing and events we are organizing. That should mean fewer and shorter e-mails that provide access to more information.
We will continue to add more content and features to the site throughout the year so please stay tuned. As always, we welcome suggestions, comments, and above all, content. Email firstname.lastname@example.org