For St. John’s native Mollie Jameson, the dream of one day working at Fisher Price has become a reality. After seeing an online job posting, submitting her resume and following up with a phone call that accidentally put her on the line with the company’s chief engineer, the fourth-year mechanical engineering student is currently completing her fifth work term at the American toy company and it is everything she had dreamed it would be and more.
Memorial engineering students welcomed 153 students from all across Canada for the Canadian Engineering Competition held in St. Johns, March 5-8.
Memorial University is proud to launch Research in Focus, a four-part video series that recognizes the university’s research aspirations for the next five years.
Heating your home or powering your car using fuel made from scraps of wood and food waste is not necessarily a farfetched idea.
On Jan. 24, engineering students hosted the ninth annual Charity Ball at the Johnson GEO CENTRE and raised $20,000 in support of children in the province who are battling Type 1 diabetes. This is the most money raised at this annual fundraiser in support of a local charity.
Memorial engineering students competed at the 31st annual Atlantic Engineering Competition (AEC) held at Dalhousie University, Jan. 16-18 and with three first-place wins, a second-place win and four third-place wins, students from Memorial dominated the competition.
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