Dr. Dolores McKeen has been appointed interim dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. Dennis Peters has been appointed interim associate vice-president (academic), effective August 1, 2023 until July 31, 2024.
Memorial University is seeking an innovative and energetic individual from within the Memorial community who will provide strong leadership in their role as dean of the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation (HKR).
Dr. Isabelle Dostaler will complete her term in the role of dean of the Faculty of Business Administration on August 31, 2022.
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 vice-provost, Labrador Campus and dean, School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies.
Integrated Planning Committee completes consultation and recommendation reports.
A Q&A with renowned scholar Dr. Malinda Smith
A search committee has been established for the role of director, Student Wellness and Counselling Centre.
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.
Integrated Planning Committee completes budget report
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.