October 1, 2013
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Choose Fredericton Student and Business Mixer Wednesday at Currie Center-FR

Choose Fredericton – Student/Business Mixer Connect with local employers in a comfortable setting to learn about available local career opportunities and local resources and amenities at our Choose Fredericton – Student/Business Mixer! STUDENT/BUSINESS MIXER What: Choose Fredericton Student/Business Mixer When: … Continue reading

October 1, 2013
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Guest Lecturer Dr. Ravi Ravindra on Spirituality East and West-FR

Please join the Campus Wellness Committee in partnership with the Fredericton Yoga Teachers Association on Friday October 4 and/or Saturday October 5 for the opportunity to listen to the internationally acclaimed speaker, professor emeritus, and author, Dr. Ravi Ravindra. Dr. … Continue reading

October 1, 2013
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Tuesdays with Tony-FR

UNB Students! Your Vice-President Dr. Anthony (Tony) Secco wants to meet you! Tell us what you like about UNB and what you think will make for a better student experience. We have FREE coffee and pastries! When: Every Tuesday from … Continue reading

October 1, 2013
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Colloquium by Simon Grondin, Couch’s Corner–A Psychological Look at the NHL-FR

The Department of Psychology is pleased to welcome Dr. Simon Grondin, Professor of Psychology at Université Laval. He will be giving a colloquium entitled, “Couch’s Corner: A Psychological Look at the NHL”, on Friday, October 18 at 3:30 pm in … Continue reading

October 1, 2013
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Carving Up Our Oceans-FR

Carving Up Our Oceans: Who Gets a Say? Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall The uses to which we put ocean space are multiplying. Fishing and transport are being asked to make way for aquaculture, tidal power, … Continue reading