The University of New Brunswick’s historic Somerville House has appeared in the news recently following the completion of repairs to the sewer lines and veranda of the Victorian-era residence. The university’s associate vice-president for capital planning and property development, Barbara Nicholson, says the repairs to the property were necessary due to concerns over water infiltration… Read More »
New Brunswick Day is upon us once again. While the long weekend marks an opportunity for family and friends to gather and celebrate, this unique holiday also provides us with a chance to reflect on our collective past and, just as importantly, glance ahead to our future.
Ever since he helped establish a new strategic direction for the University of New Brunswick in November of 2010, President Eddy Campbell’s focus hasn’t wavered from the five key goals that were developed at the time. While providing an exceptional and transformative experience to its students is first among UNB’s five priorities, and with progress… Read More »
To: UNB Community From: Eddy Campbell, President and Vice-Chancellor As some of you may have already heard, there was a shooting incident following what appears to have been an attempted armed robbery at the University of Alberta in Edmonton last night. Three people are dead and a fourth is in critical condition. Police are still… 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 »