At UNB, Jeremy Murray is known for his sense of humour and diverse involvement in student groups and societies. But he’s perhaps best recognized for his activism in raising awareness around disability and accessibility issues on campus. The media arts and culture program graduate has cerebral palsy. As a result, Mr. Murray’s motor skills are… Read More »

Writer Christine Higdon will read from The Very Marrow of Our Bones on Sunday, Oct. 28, as part of the Lorenzo Reading Series at UNB Saint John. On a November day in 1967, two women disappear from a working-class town on the Fraser River. The community is thrown into panic, with talk of drifters and… Read More »

The Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre at the University of New Brunswick is hosting its fourth annual Red Shawl Campaign from Oct. 16 to 19 to bring awareness to the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada. The campaign was a vision of UNB’s Elder-in-residence, Imelda Perley. The red shawl is a symbol of protection; it… Read More »

The beginning of October signals the beginning of the most colourful and most beautiful season. But Oct. 1 also marked a special and reflective day for UNB’s Indigenous community. Organized by Shelley Francis, director of UNB’s Indigenous Nursing Program, members of the UNB community wore orange to recognize the St. Joseph Mission residential school commemoration… Read More »

Jackson Weir, a first-year science student on UNB’s Fredericton campus, presented his award-winning research project to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the second annual Prime Minister’s Science Fair (PMSF) held on Sept. 19 in Ottawa. Mr. Weir was one of 35 students, ages 10 to 18, selected from 500 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)… Read More »

In a project that took two years and more than 2,000 work hours, the stained glass windows at UNB’s Memorial Hall are now fully restored to their former glory. The freshly restored windows were unveiled at a public celebration on Thursday. While the work officially began in 2016, UNB Art Centre director Marie Maltais had… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick has received $3.1 million in support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for discovery research. The investment was presented to UNB by Matt DeCourcey, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, on behalf of the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, and is part of the more… Read More »

Sarah Faber will read from her first novel, All Is Beauty Now, on Thursday, Oct. 18, as part of the Lorenzo Reading Series at UNB Saint John. Set against the seductive world of 1960’s Rio de Janeiro, All Is Beauty Now is an exquisite debut novel about family secrets, divided loyalties, and the lengths we’ll… Read More »

Dr. Angkoon Phinyomark, post doctorate fellow at UNB Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME), has been recognized by the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) with a Rising Star Research Award. Dr. Phinyomark’s research in myoelectric control devices and prothesis will benefit amputees. He studies how muscular, skeletal and neurological systems process signals to classify human… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick will award honorary degrees to three outstanding individuals at its fall graduation ceremonies in Fredericton and Saint John on Oct. 18 and 19. The recipients are: Nancy Strickland Nancy Strickland will receive a doctor of laws degree in Fredericton on Oct. 18 at 4:30 p.m. Nancy Strickland was born and… Read More »

UNB alumna Denise LaForge has been inducted to the Engineering Wall of Fame at the University of New Brunswick for her entrepreneurial successes and accomplishments in the oil and gas industry. Ms. LaForge, originally from Edmundston, is the first woman to be inducted to the UNB Engineering Wall of Fame. Ms. LaForge is chairman and… Read More »

A team of students from the UNB Saint John faculty of business won second prize in the 2018 Atlantic Schools of Business case competition over the weekend. With eight teams competing in the undergraduate competition, students were given a case to develop a business plan to launch a profitable malting operation in New Brunswick at… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick wrapped up the largest fundraising campaign in its history on Friday, with a bi-campus victory party that gave students 125 million reasons to celebrate. It Begins Here: The Campaign for the University of New Brunswick was launched in November 2016 with the goal of raising $110 million for student support… Read More »

Jim Johnstone will read from The Chemical Life and The Next Wave: An Anthology of 21st Century Canadian Poetry, and Jeffery Donaldson will read from Fluke Print as part of the Lorenzo Reading Series on Monday, Oct. 1, in the Whitebone Lounge at UNB Saint John. The Chemical Life – An exploration of mental illness… Read More »

Dr. Emin Civi, faculty of business at UNB Saint John, has received the 2018 AAU Anne Marie MacKinnon Educational Leadership Award. This award, given to one outstanding educational leader in Atlantic Canada each year, recognizes a sustained commitment over an extended period to the improvement of university teaching and learning, within the nominee’s own institution… Read More »