RESEARCH AT GRENFELL CAMPUS
Grenfell Campus, Memorial University is a dynamic and creative research community. Scholars are active in all areas of research, innovation, scholarship and creative activity, and the campus is poised for research growth. Grenfell Campus is recognized for its rich record of engagement with community partners and research collaborators, in Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world.
The research portfolio at Grenfell Campus is under the direct responsibility of Dr. Kelly Vodden, Associate vice-president (Grenfell Campus) research and graduate studies. Dr. Vodden brings experience in senior leadership, and is an award-winning teacher and an active researcher. Dr. Vodden oversees a team of four staff who provide assistance in the areas of research growth and support, grant and contract services, and research financial services.
GRADUATE STUDIES AT GRENFELL CAMPUS
Grenfell Campus is continuously building its graduate program offerings. So far, the campus offers three master's degrees in arts, fine arts and science. Other master's degrees and a doctorate are currently under development as well. Grenfell's graduate programs offer excellent opportunities for hands-on research and collaboration with supervisors/faculty members.