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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

  • Happy Ramadan – See Here
  • GSU wishes the graduate students’ goodluck – See Here
  • GSU Student of the week – See Here
  • Employment Opportunities – See Here
  • GSU 2021 Elections Result – See Here
  • Winners of the 2021 GSU Excellence Award – See Here
  • One Campus Diversity Contest- 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

  • Culture change April 16, 2021
    The Department of Biology at Memorial has a strong history of providing quantitative training opportunities to students. But demand for these skills has increased enormously with the advent of open data and programming software. Dr. Amy Hurford is an associate professor jointly appointed in the Faculty of Science’s departments of Biology and Mathematics and Statistics. […]
    Kelly Foss
  • Update on return to campus April 16, 2021
    On March 29 Memorial changed the status of the COVID Impact Scale to low, based on the low number of COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador. While the province has continued to see low case counts and strong public health measures since that time, there are no plans to change Memorial’s current operations. Current status […]
    Meaghan Whelan
  • Best practices April 15, 2021
    The Faculty of Business Administration has made significant strides in managing and protecting its information. The progress to date has served it well, particularly during the university’s shift to remote work due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. These accomplishments are being reflected upon during Records and Information Management Month, ongoing during April. Information Management and […]
    Sandy Woolfrey-Fahey
  • Op-ed: Marchell Coulombe April 14, 2021
    It’s no surprise that access to safe, stable, and appropriate housing is essential for good health. We know, and have known for some time, that living and working conditions are the predominant factors that shape health outcomes. Housing is a social determinant of health in Canada, a necessary requirement for a healthy life. Lack of […]
    Mandy Cook
  • Nurturing empathy April 14, 2021
    The training director for Memorial’s Student Wellness and Counselling Centre’s psychology doctoral program is part of a three-year, $1.2-million international research collaboration. Dr. Beth Whelan, an associate professor in Memorial’s Faculty of Medicine, is studying the transition medical students face when moving from the classroom to the clinic in their third year of medical school. […]
    Elizabeth Furey

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