Everything Science 2021

Memorial is an awesome place to become a scientist!

The Faculty of Science consists of nine departments across a wide range of disciplines and with specializations available. Our combination of course, lab and field work and research opportunities will ensure our students are well prepared for whatever path they choose. 

Get started with Everything Science 2021 - our introduction to studying science at Memorial. Our events will acquaint you with the executive team in the Dean of Science Office, our departments, academic advisors, research opportunities and our student societies.

Join us online and in person from Aug. 30 - Sept. 5 to discover exciting opportunities to pursue science and find out how Everything is Science at Memorial University. 

Some of our activities will be taking place virtually via Webex. Each event will be recorded and available later on our YouTube channel for future viewing.

Also, be sure to check out our Brightspace page. There you will find information about each of our departments and their programs, as well as a frequently asked questions section.

Please check back regularly for updates. If you have any questions, email everythingscience@mun.ca

 
Welcome to the Faculty of Science
           

Meet some of the friendly faces in the Dean of Science Office. 

This event features Dr. Travis Fridgen, Acting Dean of Science; Dr. Suzanne Dufour, Acting Associate Dean of Science (Undergraduate and Administration); Dr. Jacqueline Blundell, Acting Associate Dean of Science (Research and Grad Studies) and a representative from the Career Development office. 

   

Monday, Aug. 30, 11 a.m. 

       
Research at Memorial
     

One of the great advantages of science programs at Memorial University is undergraduate students can become involved in cutting edge research at a very early stage in their studies. Find ways to obtain out-of-the classroom lab experiences that will help you discover your passion for research. 

Two sessions:
Dr. Chris Kozak, Department of Chemistry, Thursday, Sept. 2, 1 p.m.
Watch video

Dr. Sherri Christian, Department of Biochemistry, Thursday, Sept. 2, 4 p.m.
Watch video


More information in getting involved in research in the Faculty of Science is available here: https://www.mun.ca/science/students/research.php 

    Thursday, Sept. 2
       
Department Information Sessions
     
       

Do you already know what major you want to pursue? Or do you want to hear more about the various programs offered by the Faculty of Science? Tune in to one of our departmental information sessions and find out more about what our departments can offer you.

   

Monday to Friday, Aug. 30 - Sept. 3  

       


Biology
Featuring academic program officer, Jody Burke, as well as Ayla Rouah and Alyssa Leroy from the Biology Student Society.
Watch video

   

Monday, Aug. 30, 1 p.m.


Psychology
Featuring academic program officer, Tiber Reardon.
Watch video

   

Monday, Aug. 30., 3 p.m.


Computer Science

Featuring academic program officer Cathy Hyde, as well as a representative from the Computer Science Student Society.
Watch video

   

Tuesday, Aug. 31, 11 a.m.


Physics and Physical Oceanography

Featuring academic program officer Rick Goulding.
Watch video

   

Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1 p.m.


Ocean Sciences

Featuring program coordinator Danielle Nichols, as well as Melanie Downer from the OceanUS, the Ocean Science Student Society.
Watch video

   

Wednesday, Sept. 1, 11 a.m. 


Chemistry

Featuring assistant professor Dr. Mike Katz.
Watch video

   

Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1 p.m.


Mathematics and Statistics

Featuring academic program officer Tara Stuckless as well as Deirdra Cameron from the Math & Stats Student Society
Watch video

   

Friday, Sept. 3, 11 a.m.


Biochemistry
Featuring academic program officer Donna Hunt, as well as Nathan Pitts and Brooke King from the Biochemistry Student Society.
Watch video

   

Friday, Sept. 3, 2 p.m.

       
Mini Tours and Scavenger Hunt
     

First and second year science students are invited to attend an in-person mini tour and (optional) scavenger hunt on the St. John’s Campus.

This fun event, which will be led by student volunteers from our nine academic departments, will introduce students to the key buildings, departmental offices and academic help centres in the Faculty of Science.

Individuals must pre-register for this event.
Register here! Limited space. First come, first served.

Please note: Students coming to campus are required to follow all posted signage, which recommend wearing a non-medical face mask in public areas, and should download and activate the COVID Alert app on their phone. Prior to coming to campus, students must also do the daily self-assessment available through the MUN Safe app.

   

Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4 and 5