Office of Student Affairs

Student Affairs in the News
 
May 2, 2019
MD students have a new place to go to talk openly about what life is like for them as a medical student.
December 12, 2018
From a bachelor of science in psychology (B.Sc.’17), specializing in neuroscience, to the doctor of medicine program at Memorial, Matthew Downer’s curriculum vitae is longer than most people twice his age.
October 16, 2018
Faculty of Medicine alum uses his skills to save primates
September 18, 2018
Megan Kirkland has received an international travel award valued at 1200 EUR in recognition of the quality of scientific contribution in multiple sclerosis research.
September 11, 2018
The Faculty of Medicine has another Canadian Hall of Fame recipient to hang on the wall.
 
Travis Pickett has been awarded the Jim Glionna Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF) Award. A prestigious honour for the second year doctor of medicine student who says when he found out, “It was as if I had been accepted to medical school all over again. I was absolutely exhilarated!” 
 
April 27, 2018
Medical student, Maria Doyle, is doing some pretty orginal research and she's got the recognition to prove it.
April 4, 2018
An undergraduate MD student has been awarded the 2018 Memorial University Award for Outstanding Self-directed Learning.

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The Office of Student Affairs is committed to building a sense of community and facilitating opportunities for learners to reach their full academic and personal potentials while exploring the intersection of individual growth and social responsibility. Our aim is to nurture a safe and inclusive culture and foster learners' development as outstanding physicians and leaders.

Medical training marks the beginning of an exciting journey that brings a host of new experiences, new people and unique challenges. Therefore, we partner with learners, faculty and staff to develop enriching environments and experiences that promote your success, well being and 
responsibility. We partner with you to anticipate your needs and advocate for learner-centered initiatives.
 
Our office offers a range of personal, financial, academic and career counselling services and support. Through our programs and services we work together to help facilitate opportunities to maintain a healthy and respectful environment for learning. We do that by promoting an open exchange of ideas where each voice is heard and multiple perspectives are considered. This is at the heart of diversity and inclusion, 
empathy, compassion and professionalism.
 
We wholeheartedly welcome you to the Office of Student Affairs. We invite you to drop in to see us and share with us your questions, concerns and your achievements.
 
Dr. Greg Radu, MD, MBA, FRCPC
Assistant Dean Student Affairs
Associate Professor Faculty of Medicine