Running a business is complicated. The Executive Education Centre at the University of New Brunswick’s College of Extended Learning is making it a little easier. The Executive Education Centre (EEC) brings renowned industry experts to New Brunswick to share proven best practices, methodologies, and real-life business lessons, in order to provide business leaders in the… Read More »
Incoming students Michael Gilbert and Nadia Kashetsky join an exclusive club at the University of New Brunswick as they were named the newest recipients of the Schulich Leader Scholarships at UNB. The Schulich Leader Scholarships recognize students across Canada who demonstrate excellence in academics and community leadership and who plan on studying one of the… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick and Shad Valley have renewed their partnership through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding recently. UNB, in partnership with the provincial government, has committed to supporting students who attend the Shad Valley program. Shad Valley 2012 begins Sunday, July 1 and run until July 27. UNB is proud to… Read More »
FREDERICTON – Former University of New Brunswick president John Anderson is being remembered as a visionary conversationalist and a “national treasure.” Anderson died Thursday, at his home in St. Andrews. He was 84 years old. “Embracing the philosophy that people should always do the type of work they like to do, Dr. Anderson again and… Read More »
FREDERICTON – In a stately Victorian era home a few blocks from the University of New Brunswick’s main campus, Renaissance College is a hub of activity.
Leah Levac pauses in mid-sentence and then drops this thought into a conversation.
The thing about New Brunswick, is that it is so small that we could get everything right.”