Dr. Melanie Wiber kicks off 2013 Ideas That Matter seriesWednesday, October 9 | 7:00 p.m. | Memorial Hall | UNB Fredericton The demands we place on our oceans are multiplying. Fishing and transport are being asked to make way for aquaculture, tidal power, oil and gas development, tourism, and coastal amenities. Who gets to decide… Read More »

The next lecture in the University of New Brunswick’s Ideas that Matter Speaker Series will address the role of religious leaders and faith communities in helping abusive religious men become accountable for their actions. Nancy Nason-Clark, professor and chair of sociology at UNB Fredericton will present Holy Hush or Shattered Silence?  Religion as Part of… Read More »

An exciting new speaker series presented by the faculty of arts at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton continues this week with a discussion on how the province’s demographics are changing and how that will affect New Brunswick’s economic growth and self-sufficiency.

An exciting new speaker series presented by the faculty of arts at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton continues this week with a discussion on the effects of Internet-based technologies on the sexuality and relationships of young people. Lucia O’Sullivan, a Canada Research Chair in Adolescents’ Sexual Health Behaviours and UNB psychology professor, will… Read More »

A free public lecture, Is Canadian Peacekeeping Dead, will be held on Wednesday, March 16, at 7 p.m. in the Tilley 102 Auditorium on the University of New Brunswick Fredericton campus. It will be given by Lee Windsor, the deputy director of UNB’s Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society. He is the… Read More »

An exciting new speaker series presented by the faculty of arts at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton kicks off this week with a lecture that will challenge beliefs about the region’s first peoples. Susan Blair, a UNB anthropology professor and director of graduate studies, will give the lecture, Rewriting New Brunswick’s Past, on… Read More »