The President’s Awards, now in their 16th year, honour staff and faculty members for their contributions to UNB. President’s Medals for 2016 will be presented to Ed Biden and Dave Morell of UNB’s Fredericton campus. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding teaching, research and/or service over the span of a career. The UNB Distinguished Service Award… Read More »

Departmental and faculty teaching awards UNB Saint John’s faculty of science, applied science & engineering Departmental Awards for Teaching Excellence (DATEs) were recently presented at Faculty Council on November 30, 2015 by Dean Ruth Shaw. Six faculty members were recognized for this important achievement: John Johnson (biological sciences), Nancy Logue (nursing & health sciences), Connie… Read More »

The KIRA Organizing Committee recently announced the 2013 KIRA finalists and among the list of 18 individuals or groups recognized, seven are UNB-affiliated. UNB finalists who made the list are administrators being recognized for their contribution to the knowledge industry, students who took advantage of UNB’s entrepreneurial programs to launch their own start-ups, and researchers… Read More »

Fourteen UNB Fredericton teachers who received teaching excellence awards this year were recognized at a celebration recently where Vice-President Fredericton (Academic), Tony Secco, highlighted these fourteen as shining examples of the great teaching that is happening every day at UNB. This year’s award winners are from the faculties of science, arts, engineering, law, business, and kinesiology. These… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick Fredericton’s faculty of business administration celebrated the achievements and contributions of it students, faculty and alumni at its 25th annual business awards dinner recently. Robert Austin, the dean of the faculty of business administration, presented a certificate of achievement to bachelor of business administration graduate Kim MacPherson (BBA ’84). Shelley… Read More »

UNB’s faculty of computer science will host their annual awards dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 at the Fredericton Convention Centre. This year, on top of celebrating its dean’s list recipients, winners of student prizes, scholarships, bursaries and other awards, the faculty will also be celebrating 30 years of its co-operative education program – the longest… Read More »

University of New Brunswick students who have made outstanding extracurricular contributions to their academic program, department or to the Saint John campus as a whole were recognized at the seventh annual UNB Saint John Graduating Student Leaders’ Award event held at Grand Hall last night. The awards program was created in 2005 by the UNB… Read More »

Involvement in their university and community, plus excellent grades, have earned 12 University of New Brunswick students the distinction of being inducted into the Sir Howard Douglas Society. The award recipients volunteer their time and talent in a number of ways, both locally and internationally, and are all dean’s list students. “Our students are the… Read More »

The Fiddlehead has won a National Magazine Award for the publication of Stephen Heighton’s story, Shared Room on Union. The literary journal also received two honourable mentions for fiction for Back to Disney by Jeff Park and The Spanish Hour by J. M. Villaverde; and two honorable mentions for UNB’s Anne Compton’s poems, Stepping Off,… Read More »

A bequest from a former faculty member at the University of New Brunswick will create scholarships for students in the bachelor of education program. The late Florence Swan donated $160,000 to support aspiring teachers from New Brunswick, with financial need, through the Florence Swan Memorial Scholarship fund. “Education was very important to her family,” said… Read More »

Twenty two students at the University of New Brunswick have achieved distinction as the 2010 recipients of the Sir Howard Douglas Award. The award recipients are all dean’s list students who volunteer their time and talent at the university, in their communities and around the world. “Sir Howard Douglas Scholars see opportunity where others see… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick’s Sandra Byers is an internationally renowned expert on human sexuality, sexual health and intimate partner relationships. Her research has influenced public policy and her work as a practicing clinical psychologist has changed people’s lives. She has also received numerous awards, accolades and acclamations, both internationally and here at home. Last… Read More »