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Moya Cahill is wearing an orange dress and speaking into the microphone podium. Behind her are two Canadian flags and a ship. To her left is a sign language interpreter wearing a black suit.


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Diverse experience

Director of Memorial's entrepreneurship centre appointed

Learning closer to home

Three satellite sites make nursing education more accessible

Gold star achievement

Memorial's B.Sc.N. (collaborative) nursing degree program earns full accreditation

Female first

2022 Alumni Tribute Award recipients make history

Dean appointed

Dr. Natasha Hurley appointed dean of humanities and social sciences

‘We can accomplish anything’

Valerie Howe named first woman head of Gardiner Centre