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Independent mind
Nicholas Brown is the recipient of the inaugural Memorial University Award for Outstanding Self-directed Learning. In recognition of his accomplishments, he was presented with a framed certificate and a cash award of $1,000 at a ceremony on the St. John’s campus on May 9. Read more…

New chair program to drive excellence
The CTL program will provide a faculty-level structure to promote new initiatives in teaching and learning. Read more…

The scholarship of teaching and learning
A recent study in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education rated communication and critical thinking skills among the top five attributes that graduating pharmacy students should have. These skills are as important for pharmacists as drugrelated knowledge. Read more…

Preparing for success
Adjusting to a new semester invites words of advice for many students from faculty, friends and family. Read more…

Strengthening the value chain
A recently released report will inform more comprehensive supports for international students at Memorial. Read more…

Community celebrating three years; $1.2 million funding to support ongoing work
Since its inception, participants in Memorial’s Teaching and Learning Framework have proudly established an approach to support learners and educators that fosters a sense of community. Read more…

Fuelling a love of learning in educators
The Teaching Skills Enhancement Program (TSEP) at Memorial is giving educators and graduate students a unique opportunity to build a community of practice and cultivate curiosity for teaching. Read more…

Project supports student and educator engagement
A three-year pilot project is supporting educators at Memorial to enhance their teaching skills. Project Engage in Teaching supports participants by assisting with redesigning their courses. A redesign involves research-informed teaching strategies to improve student engagement and learning. Read more…

Teaching and Learning Community report recommends healthier campus
Together with the College of the North Atlantic (CNA), Memorial University has completed a comprehensive report highlighting the importance of a healthy campus as the university community works towards expanded inclusiveness. Read more…