Archaeology PhD Candidate Rita Ujunwa Onah Recognised by Lieutenant Governor Judy M. Foote
Rita Ujunwa Onah, PhD Candidate and Lecturer in the Department of Archaeology, was recognised by The Honourable Judy May Foote, P.C., O.N.L. earlier this month in honour of Black History Month. Rita, originally from Nigeria, moved to Newfoundland and Labrador, where she is working at Memorial and conducting research focused on The Archaeology of Labrador Inuit and the Igbo Peoples of Nigeria.
Check out Rita's Graduate Student Profile to learn about Rita's research interests.
Read Her Honour's Facebook post for more about Rita and her fantastic work!
Congratulations on this accomplishment, Rita!
Congrats to All Students Named to the 2021-2022 Dean's List!
Congratulations to all students named to the 2021-2022 Dean's List, as well as the Program Book Prize winners, and receipients of the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence, and the HSS International Student Excellence Award.
PhD dissertation defence: Jamie Brake, Oct. 27, 2022
Jamie Brake will be defending his PhD dissertation Heritage Policy Landscapes of Nunatsiavut: Approaching the Development of Heritage Policy & Law in Northern Labrador Thursday October 27th at 1pm in IIC 2014. You may attend in person or digitally. A digital link will be released just prior to the defense date. If interested in attending in person or remotely please let Fran Banfield know asap at firstname.lastname@example.org so Fran can email you the link once available.
Graduate Student Opportunity: Seeking M.A. and Ph.D. Students in Anthropology, Geography, and Archaeology
We are seeking graduate students either at the Ph.D. and M.A. levels, in Geography, Anthropology and Archaeology/Heritage studies interested in pursuing research on some of these broadly defined topics. Check out the news article for more details!
Finding an elective has never been easier
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) has hundreds of courses that have zero or one prerequisite. To make it easy for our students to find electives of interest, we have launched a searchable listing of electives that you can browse by semester and subject.
Launching Memorial's Online Record of Experience (MORE)
University isn’t only about course work and studying. While academics will always be one of the key components of university life, it is equally important to use your time here to build your practical experience and explore as many things as possible. Through exploration, you will be able to discover:
- What you are truly interested in;
- What you are not interested in:
- What you are curious about;
- What makes you happy;
- And what you excel at doing.
To help you answer these questions, Student Life has created a tool to help you to engage, explore, and gain experiences.
Memorial’s Online Record of Experience (MORE) is a new experiential tracking tool that provides students with the ability to record and capture their various experiences. MORE compiles those experiences and showcases overall time committed, and competencies gained from participation. More than simply a record of student involvement or student activities, MORE uses reflection to transform activities into deeper learning experiences.