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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

  • Callout for GSU Awards 2021 – See Here
  • The Search for the Inaugural Vice-Provost – See Here
  • Recruitment  for a Postdoctoral Fellow – 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
  • Upcoming events for Fall 2020 – See Here

Latest Articles From Gazette - MUN

RSS Gazette – Memorial University of Newfoundland

  • Strategic Plan update January 27, 2021
    Great things are happening at our university – but some things need work. That’s the overall message the university community has for the strategic planning facilitation team. Over the past three months, the team has engaged in a highly participatory consultation process to build Memorial’s 2021-26 Strategic Plan. More than 1,000 university students, faculty, staff […]
    Nora Daly
  • Cementing a relationship January 26, 2021
    Grenfell Campus has announced that the Bonne Bay Marine Station and public aquarium (BBMS), located in Norris Point, N.L., is now officially part of its campus. The BBMS, traditionally part of the Faculty of Science, Memorial University, has a mandate to provide a venue for teaching, research and public outreach. The marine station has garnered […]
    Melanie Callahan
  • Rekindling the spark January 26, 2021
    In early 2020, January’s significant snowstorm delayed the long-running SPARKS Literary Festival. It was then cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic is ongoing, the festival’s usual in-person events aren’t possible this year. But SPARKS is still happening — virtually, from Jan. 28-31. “I think this SPARKS festival is a testament to perseverance,” […]
    Terri Coles
  • ‘Whole new world’ January 25, 2021
    A doctoral student in the Department of Biochemistry has received a substantial graduate scholarship from the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute (BHCRI). The BHCRI’s Cancer Research Training Program will provide PhD student Modeline Longjohn with $35,750 over two years while she completes her doctorate at Memorial. Real-time monitoring Originally from Nigeria, Ms. Longjohn came to […]
    Kelly Foss
  • Teaching forum January 25, 2021
    Memorial President Vianne Timmons and Dr. Gavan Watson, associate vice-president (teaching and learning) and director, Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), are co-hosting an online forum for faculty members and instructional staff to discuss teaching successes, strategies and opportunities to enhance students’ learning experiences. Watch the video below to hear from Dr. Watson […]
    Courtenay Griffin

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