Programs and Student Experiences

When you give to program enrichment, you are making a significant difference in the lives of our students. Donations to program enrichment ensure that our students are able to participate in exciting travel experiences and gain valuable insights into new research areas while lessening their financial burdens. The following program enrichment areas have been designated funding priorities to guarantee that our students will be able to participate in all that the Faculty of Science has to offer.

Lecture Series
Lecture series allow the Faculty of Science to invite distinguished scholars and researchers to speak to our faculty and students about new and important subjects in science. These lecture series also allow the Faculty of Science to welcome alumni and friends to our campus, so they may learn and enjoy the same benefits as our students.

Student Travel Grants
Travel grants allow students to gain national experience and opportunities to participate in academic conferences while subsidizing the costs of travel. We want our students to be able to make the most of their university experience and travel grants allow our undergraduate and graduate students the advantages they need to compete on a national level.

Harlow Travel Bursaries
Memorial University is extremely fortunate in its ability to offer an international experience to our students. The Harlow Campus situated in Harlow, England, offers our students the ability to study in a different country. In addition, students have the once-in-a-lifetime ability to travel to different parts of the British Isles and to other European counties as part of their semester abroad. This wonderful experience can be cost prohibitive for some students and the Faculty of Science wishes to ensure that everyone has equal opportunity to partake in Harlow exchange programs.

For more information on how you can support program enrichment at the Faculty of Science, please contact:

Vic MacNab
Senior Development Officer, Faculty of Science
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL
Canada A1C 5S7
tel. (709) 864-2696
fax. (709) 864-3316