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UNB Students Recognized at Canadian Association of Physicist Conference

Kyle

Posted: July 9, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Student Stories



Two UNB graduate students working with the Department of Physics have recently been recognized for their work at the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Student Presentation Competition, which took place on the University of Dalhousie's Halifax campus earlier this summer. Amy-Rae Gauthier, pictured in the first row and third from the left, took home first place at the annual competition...

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Shane Furze - PhD Oral Examination

kyle

Posted: July 8, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Thesis Corner



Shane Furze A High-Resolution Digital Soil Mapping Framework for New Brunswick, Canada Date: July 10, 2018 Time: 2:00pm Location: Forestry & Geology, Rm 202 Abstract For decades researchers have been studying forest souls and summarizing findings in the form of soil surveys and maps depicting soil associations, broad polygons representing groups of soil types. With growing availability of...

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Greg Healy - MScE Oral Examination

kyle

Posted: July 8, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Thesis Corner



Greg Healy EARTH PRESSURES AND LOADS ON TWIN CIRCULAR CULVERTS BACKFILLED WITH CONTROLLED LOW STRENGTH MATERIAL Date: July 13, 2018 Time: 9:30am Location: ADI Studio, Head Hall, Room C25 Abstract In many instances, twin rigid culverts need to be constructed at a very close spacing. The narrow spacing between culverts does not permit placement of granular fill in lifts and achieve the...

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Gabrielle Levesque - MAHSR Oral Examination

Kyle

Posted: July 4, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Thesis Corner



Gabrielle Levesque THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AND INDIVIDUALS WITH UPPER LIMB LOSS Date: July 12 Time: 9:00am Location: Marshall D'Avray, Room 312 Abstract Limb loss is a physically and psychologically life-changing event. Amputation and prosthetics use does not only affect an individual’s physical abilities, it also signifies life-long social, psychological, economic and...

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New and Familiar Faces

Kyle

Posted: July 3, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: News and Events, Faculty Focus



Change is the theme of the month as we melt into the month of July after a long and hot Canada day weekend! July marks the beginning of new directions, however different they may be, for two long-time members of the Grad School team in Dr. Bruce MacDonald and Dr. John Kershaw. Bruce will be hanging up his whiteboard markers and erasers to join the list of retired Faculty members from the...

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