The Department of Technical Services played a significant role in the design and fabrication of a new display that’s now permanently mounted at Government House.
Nominations are being accepted for one of Memorial’s most significant faculty awards.
The John Lewis Paton Distinguished University Professorship is presented annually to a faculty member who embodies the university’s mission by demonstrating exceptional teaching, undertaking world-class research and sharing their knowledge and expertise nationally and internationally.
This year’s deadline is Monday, April 2.
Leadership shift: Community-focused research to remain at centre of Tradition and Transition partnership
A shift in leadership roles on one of Memorial’s largest research projects is allowing the new principal investigator to further her interest in Indigenous research.
Dr. Lisa Rankin, professor, Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Memorial University Research Chair, Northern Indigenous Community Archaeology, took over the lead role with the Tradition and Transition Among the Labrador Inuit project in early January.
Memorial’s vice-president (research) is contributing his time and expertise to an ocean technology innovation cluster.
While large, multi-year research projects serve as the cornerstone of the Ocean Frontier Institute’s work, a new funding program has been launched that helps smaller marine-based projects, move forward and grow.
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