On September 11, 2013, Canadian historian and University of New Brunswick Professor David Frank presented Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Danny Soucy with copies of his recently published book, Provincial Solidarities: A History of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour. Dr. Frank’s book was recently reviewed by Lori Gallagher of The Daily Gleaner. The New… Read More »

The New Brunswick Securities Commission released the third annual Capital Markets Report this week, publishing key metrics and highlighting significant events that occurred during 2011. The Commission acknowledges the contribution by Dinesh Iyer, a Masters in Business Administration graduate at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John and Dr. Dhirendra Shukla, chair and associate professor at… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick has been recognized as one of the country’s top employers. Today, the Globe and Mail announced Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2013. UNB was the only New Brunswick employer to make the list and was among 5 Canadian universities. UNB President, Eddy Campbell, says as one of the largest employers… Read More »

By Eddy Campbell, President of UNB Our post-secondary institutions exist to transform lives, to transmit and create knowledge, and to create prosperity. With these roles comes the important responsibility to make good and effective use of the support offered by the citizens of New Brunswick through their government, not to mention the fees paid by… Read More »

The 30th annual New Brunswick Mathematics Competition for grades 7, 8 and 9 students will take place on Friday, May 11, 2012. The competition is organized by the mathematics and statistics department at the University of New Brunswick and the faculty of science and the school of engineering at l’Université de Moncton, with the sponsorship… Read More »

FREDERICTON – A research team led by the University of New Brunswick will aim at reversing the obesity epidemic in the province with a new study that targets the province’s overweight people before they begin suffering from chronic diseases. Stacey Reading, a Canadian Institutes of Health Research-funded researcher, says the province’s rising health care costs… Read More »

A research team, led by the University of New Brunswick’s Stacey Reading and Bo Miedema, has received a grant from the federal and provincial governments to continue work directed at improving the health of obese adults in New Brunswick.  Keith Ashfield, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, will make the official announcement on Aug. 19 at… Read More »

Professors and researchers from the University of New Brunswick are helping New Brunswickers make sense of the issues, ideas, policies, politics and themes that are part of the 2010 provincial election. Here are some recent stories feature UNB faculty & staff: A new deal for N.B.’s largest cities Kurt Peacock, urban researcher, UNB Saint John… Read More »