The search committee for the role of dean, School of Social Work has released a position advertisement and full position profile. Full details on the role are available here.
A search committee has been established for the role of director, Student Wellness and Counselling Centre.
In accordance with the Procedures Governing the Appointment, Review, Promotion and Tenure of Academic Administrators, a search committee has been established for the role of dean, School of Social Work.
Dr. Alice Gaudine’s appointment as Dean, Faculty of Nursing expires on December 4, 2019. Dr. Gaudine has indicated her desire to be reappointed for a second term, and in accordance with the Procedures Governing the Appointment, Review, Promotion and Tenure of Academic Administrators, a review committee has been established with the following membership:
- Dr. Joy Maddigan
- Dr. Caroline Porr
- Dr. Sandra Small
- Ms. Kathleen Stevens
- Dr. Sean Cadigan, Associate Vice-President (Academic)
- Mr. Brad Greeley, Student representative, MUNSU
- Dr. Jennifer Simpson, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Dr. Kathy Watkins, Director, Centre for Nursing Studies
The review process requires broad consultation with the faculty and the university community. In due course, the committee will be seeking the input of faculty members, staff and students. Such input is critically important to the process, and I encourage everyone to participate.
Memorial University is launching a renewed Teaching and Learning Framework (TLF), building on the spirit of collaboration and community in 21st-century learning that was the focus of the first TLF, launched in 2011.
At its Oct. meeting, the Board of Regents approved changes to the organizational structure of the leadership team reporting to the provost and vice-president (academic). The resulting structure is a more streamlined and more cohesive senior academic leadership group that will act in an advisory capacity to the provost and vice-president (academic).
As Memorial prepares for the planned fall 2020 opening of the Core Science Facility (CSF) and Animal Resource Centre (ARC), and relocation of units currently located in the Chemistry/Physics, Science, Engineering and Applied Science and Biotechnology Buildings, the opportunity to evaluate the utilization of space on campus has become a priority.
A search committee has been established for the role of dean, Faculty of Education
A search committee has been established for the role of Associate Vice-President (Academic), Students.
Dr. Noreen Golfman, provost and vice-president (academic) has initiated a review of CITL.
Memorial University is seeking input from faculty, staff and students to inform the university’s budget plan for the 2018-2019 budget cycle and beyond.
Geoff Williams appointed to Office of Faculty Relations
Memorial University’s academic governing body held a special meeting recently to discuss issues of critical importance to the institution.
The search committee for the role of dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has completed its work and recommended Dr. Jennifer Simpson for the position.
Dr. Dennis Peters has been appointed acting dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science effective Sept. 1, 2017, until Nov. 30, 2017.
The search committee for the role of dean of the Faculty of Business Administration has completed its work and has recommended Dr. Isabelle Dostaler for the position.
A leadership development model created by a team from Memorial University has been featured in University Manager magazine's summer 2017 edition.
Dr. Rhonda Joy has been appointed acting dean of the Faculty of Education effective April 17, 2017, until July 17, 2017.
Memorial is accepting applications for the Vice-Presidents Council Cross-Campus Initiatives Fund and Conference Fund.
Dr. Greg Naterer has been renewed for a second term as dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science effective Aug. 1, 2017.
A search committee has been established for the role of director, Faculty Relations.
Educators from across disciplines and campuses will gather on Memorial’s St. John’s campus for a day of reflection, conversation, transformation and community-building on April 27.
Unviersity seeking input on draft Learning & Teaching Framework 2017-2022.
Since the release of the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre Review Report in Nov. 2016, Memorial University has been moving forward to address the recommendations presented in the report, and has initiated a comprehensive consultation process to revise the Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Policy.
The second annual Aboriginal Peoples Week at Memorial University’s St. John’s campus will take place from March 20-24.
Board approves integration of Office of Student Recruitment with Office of the Registrar
Memorial University is providing supports for students, faculty and staff affected by the U.S travel restrictions. Read more here.
Support for students and faculty affected by U.S. travel restrictions
In late 2016, Dr. Noreen Golfman, provost and vice-president (academic), requested recommendations from the university community for the appointment of five employees to the new Employment Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee. Vice-Presidents Council has established the committee for the purpose of providing advice on matters relating to diversity, equity and inclusion in employment.
The Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) has initiated a review to assess the outcomes of the Teaching and Learning Framework and pave the way for a new framework.
Memorial releases review of the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre
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