Celebrating diverse social entrepreneurs
Five social entrepreneurs from the 2021-2022 cohort graduated on May 13. Six new social ventures were welcomed into the 2022-2023 cohort at the same event, which was held at The Fluvarium on May 13.
Reconnecting women to nature
‘Creativity and beautiful thinking’ needed to better society, says incubator grad
'Responsibility to impact the world': Incubator graduate aims to educate through video games
In 2020, Mr. Burry founded Stormy Shore Studios, a social enterprise that preserves culture and history through digital media.
'Vision and energy'
Head of Memorial’s Centre for Social Enterprise appointed
Honing skills: Work placements help PhD student gain diverse business, research capabilities
Part-time job opportunities can be a rewarding experience for students, one that opens many doors for opportunity and growth.
Business faculty joins global network focused on responsible research
Supporting seniors during the challenges of 2020
From “snowmageddon” to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses and individuals had to face new challenges, especially seniors.
Platform to shine: students investigate the flooding crisis in Canada through Map the System
A catastrophic cyclone inspired two Memorial students to dig deeper into a climate issue that affects many countries around the world.
A place for the outliers
Memorial launches N.L.'s first social enterprise incubator
Preserving structures and memories in rural N.L. with student support
“How many communities can lay claim to having its own island — especially an island that has spawned stories of tragedy, love, disasters and mysteries?”
Multi-disciplinary placements in action: Memorial students blend skillsets for SmartICE
Two Memorial students say the chance to work with someone from a different program has enhanced their experiences working for a social enterprise in Labrador.
Opening doors to social enterprise: Memorial student discovers passion for social justice
A chance encounter during a part-time placement led MUN student Alyssa King from a Bachelor of Social work (BSW) to the new Masters of Business Administration in Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (MBA-SEE).