Partners in the Optical Regional Advanced Network say the launch of a high-speed network will improve New Brunswick’s capacity for research and educational collaboration. A group of approximately 50 university representatives, partners, stakeholders and government officials involved in the project from across the province gathered at the NRC Institute for Information Technology on Friday morning… Read More »

Is your pre-teen or teen bored with regular summer camp? The University of New Brunswick is offering its first financial summer camp for budding young business tycoons called The Millionaires’ Club running from July 25-29. “We’ve created an investment camp for kids age 11 to 14 and 15 to 18,” said Glenn Cleland, the founding… Read More »

The Atlantic University Sport men’s hockey conference final was good to the last shot. University of New Brunswick captain Kyle Bailey scored the series-winner 3:43 into sudden-death overtime to lift the Varsity Reds to a thrilling 5-4 victory in the fifth and deciding game Friday night before 3,650 fans packed into the Aitken University Centre.… Read More »

New students at the University of New Brunswick were asked to make a promise Tuesday. Tony Secco, vice-president of academics, told the first-year students the university will do everything within its resources to help them become successful, but he asked that they, in turn, promise to commit to working hard and attending classes. “Make the… Read More »

OK, so you thought organizing your family reunion was a mammoth task Try walking in Michelle McNeil’s shoes. The University of New Brunswick staff member is the project manager for one of the biggest conferences to be held in the city. McNeil is working on the logistical details of the Congress of Humanities and Social… Read More »

It’s not every day an institution celebrates 225 years, so the University of New Brunswick is kicking off its anniversary in a big way. A special honorary degree ceremony and reception is being held at The Royal Conservatory in the Telus Centre for Performance and Learning in Toronto. The event, dubbed a Celebration of Canadian… Read More »

High school students from across Canada descended upon the University of New Brunswick’s campus this week to participate in Shad Valley. Sixty high-achieving students from grades 10 to 12 will spend one month broadening their minds and learning about science, technology and entrepreneurship. The summer program is also taking place at nine other university campuses… Read More »