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Funding available: Applications due June 15 for pair of funding opportunities

Members of the Memorial community are invited to submit applications to the Cross-Campus Initiatives Fund and Conference Fund.

 

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Pursuing excellence: Applications for prestigious $50,000 research award due June 17

Emerging researchers are invited to submit proposals for a lucrative faculty honour. The Terra Nova Young Innovator Award (TNYIA), valued at up to $50,000, recognizes early-career faculty members whose research is particularly innovative and whose specific proposal has real potential to make a significant impact on society.

 

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'Win-win-win situation': A Memorial, not-for-profit and local business seafood collaboration

Pursuing new ideas and bringing technologies to market. Memorial’s Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office acts as a sort of “matchmaker” between businesses and researchers, says Kara Strickland (B.Sc., B.Comm.’05) intellectual property advisor in the office.

 

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New role: Interim social work dean takes on dual responsibilities

Dr. Paul Banahene Adjei is taking on new duties. He is jointly appointed interim associate vice-president (Indigenous research) effective May 2, while continuing as interim dean, School of Social Work.

 

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Local to global: Memorial's impact on sustainability recognized internationally

From developing new ways to protect our oceans to improving community sustainability in a time of rapid change, Memorial is making a positive impact here at home and beyond. That commitment and work has ranked Memorial among the top 101-200, out of 1,406 global universities, as part of the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings.

 

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Setting an example: Geographer recognized for exceptional ethical research leadership

A member of the Memorial community has received an institutional honour for research excellence. Dr. Max Liboiron, associate professor, Department of Geography, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, is the latest recipient of the Marilyn Harvey Award to Recognize the Importance of Research Ethics.

 

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'Strive and thrive': Sociology PhD student awarded for work on immigrant retention

A Memorial student was recognized recently for her hands-on work in tackling the issue of immigrant retention in Atlantic Canada.

 

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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.

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science’s Dr. Bing Chen has been appointed as the UArctic Chair in Marine and Coastal Environmental Engineering.

 

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Research appointment: Acting associate vice-president (research) named

Dr. Tana Allen has been appointed acting associate vice-president (research), effective May 27 until May 26, 2023.

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