Memorial University of Newfoundland

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Memorial University of Newfoundland,

at St. John's, N.L., Canada; provincially supported; coeducational; founded 1925 as Memorial Univ. College. It achieved university status in 1949. The school has faculties of arts, business administration, science, education, engineering and applied sciences, and medicine. There are schools of graduate studies, music, nursing, pharmacy, physical education, and social work.
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The Ballad and the Folklorist, now published by Memorial University of Newfoundland, where he was professor prior to taking up a chair in Scottish Ethnology at Aberdeen right at the end of his life, brings together most of his other published work.
McKenzie is Associate Professor in the Department of English, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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The University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada; and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey were selected from a field of over 500 nominations.
After a comprehensive review of curriculum submitted by the Faculty of Business Administration at Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Canadian Institute of Management is pleased to announce that the following degree programs have been Nationally Accredited:
In 1949, Memorial University College became Memorial University of Newfoundland, now one of the largest universities in the Atlantic region, with faculties in Arts, Science, Engineering, Commerce, Nursing, and Medicine.
A graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland, Healey joined The Select Group in June 2010.
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Smallwood, to take two notable examples), whose libraries would become major components of public collections, as well as the mandates of governments and of Memorial University of Newfoundland (founded as a college in 19Z5 and granted university status upon Confederation), which formally established the Centre for Newfoundland Studies (CNS) in 1965 and helped to support major research projects including the Dictionary of Newfoundland English and the Bibliography of Newfoundland, among other projects.
The editors are affiliated with the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.