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GRADUATE STUDENTS' UNION

ABOUT US

Welcome to GSU

Your elected executive team and the staff at the GSU office welcome you.  The GSU represents and advocates for you on all levels of University administration and supports the well-being and success of graduate students.

The Executive Board, elected representatives and committee members represent graduate and professional interests and participate in the governance of the University Senate.  The GSU office is comprised of a General Manager and a team of staff who are here to assist you.  Please come by and say hello at your next opportunity and we look forward to getting to know you during your time at Memorial University.

In response to the needs and concerns of our members, we also run several services including your Health and Dental Plan, Academic Advocacy, Student Residence, Conference Funding, Professional Development, Communications and other Financial and Administrative services.  Do not hesitate to contact us.

Latest Updates Winter 2021

  • GSU Student of the week – See Here
  • Callout for GSU Awards 2021 – See Here
  • One Campus Diversity Contest- See Here
  • Canadian Culture, Communication and Adaptation – See Here
  • Ask Your Mentor! See Here
  • Special Announcement on GSDF 2020/2021 for Clubs and Societies – See Here
  • Student Representatives Required for the Health and Dental Committee – See Here
  • Announcement from the GSU Sustainability Coordinator! – See Here
  • Health and Dental Insurance for new and existing students updated – See Here

Latest Articles From Gazette - MUN

RSS Gazette – Memorial University of Newfoundland

  • Op-ed: Dr. Boluwaji Ogunyemi February 24, 2021
    Some folks, believing we should be “colour-blind,” question the need to celebrate Black History Month, which was officially recognized in this country in 1996 after its introduction by member of Parliament Jean Augustine. Lived experiences Unfortunately, discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, indigeneity, sexual identity and orientation is all too present in Canadian […]
    Mandy Cook
  • Ocean deep, provincewide February 23, 2021
    When the global pandemic began, the Faculty of Science’s Department of Ocean Sciences saw an opportunity. The department based in the Ocean Sciences Centre (OSC) in Logy Bay investigated something it wanted to do for a long time: Rework its successful and popular hands-on marine biology program for high school students to a remote delivery […]
    Kelly Foss
  • Recognizing innovation February 23, 2021
    Early-career researchers are invited to apply for a longstanding faculty award that provides critical funding for bold ideas. The Terra Nova Young Innovator Award, valued at up to $50,000, recognizes emerging faculty members whose research is particularly innovative and whose specific proposal has real potential to make a significant impact on society. The award is […]
    Jeff Green
  • President’s message February 19, 2021
    Last week we closed St. John’s campuses as a circuit-breaker – a safety measure to stop the spread of the newest COVID-19 outbreak. It’s a good metaphor for what we’re going through. There was a massive spike in positive cases in the region and we are doing our part to slow the spread. I want […]
    Nora Daly
  • Revised and simplified February 19, 2021
    Late on Friday, Feb. 12, we all learned from the chief medical officer of health that we had a very serious public health situation with community spread of the B.1.1.7 variant. The province immediately reverted to Level 5 of the N.L. COVID-19 Alert Level System. We hope this will be a short-term change and we […]
    Jeff Green

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