Apply now for tenure-track or tenured academic appointments in any discipline at Grenfell Campus.
Memorial University (MUN) is hiring 5 tenure-track or tenured academic appointments for First Nation, Inuit, and Métis candidates in their preferred discipline – at any MUN campus. Job ad is available here:
Candidates interested in working at Grenfell Campus are encouraged to indicate this in their applications.
Grenfell Campus is a small, vibrant campus situated in traditional Mi’kmaw territory on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland. Of the 1400 students studying at Grenfell, more than 20% are Indigenous, coming to Grenfell primarily from surrounding Mi’kmaw communities on the island and from Inuit and Innu communities in Labrador. We seek to increase the number of Indigenous faculty as one of the ways to weave Indigenous ways of knowing, being, and doing into the fabric of the campus.
As part of the Memorial University system, Grenfell fully participates in indigenization initiatives, including the new Strategic Framework for Indigenization, which is currently in final stages of approval. The draft of the framework is available here:
Grenfell is home to the
School of Arts and Social Science, the
School of Fine Arts, and the
School of Science and the Environment, which are home to a variety of disciplines and robust, engaged research activity. Grenfell Campus is particularly attractive to researchers seeking community collaborations. Some recent Indigenous research collaborations are detailed here:
Grenfell also offers opportunities for graduate supervision, through the Master of Arts in Environmental Policy, Master of Science in Boreal Ecosystems and Agriculture Sciences, Master of Fine Arts and a new PhD program in Transdisciplinary Sustainability. Information on the PhD in Transdisciplinary Sustainability is available here:
https://grenfell.mun.ca/academics-and-research/Pages/school-of-science-and-the-environment/Graduate-Programs/transdisciplinarysustainability.aspx and more information on the other graduate programs can be found here:
Graduate students have completed research with some featured at the following links:
Community-based research in Indigenous areas:
Brady Reid’s Talking Thesis podcast:
Jason Dicker’s research on the George River Caribou Herd:
Indigenization at Grenfell Campus is led by the Grenfell Campus Indigenous Resource Centre (IRC). Some of the projects emerging from the IRC are featured here:
Grenfell Campus Wampum Belt project:
Maw-lukutinej (Let’s work together) Collaboration:
For more details on programs available in each school, please visit the school pages. For questions regarding academic programs, please contact the respective Dean for each school.
For questions around research, please contact the AVP Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.