By Eddy Campbell The following commentary appeared in the October 24, 2015 edition of the Telegraph-Journal under the headline ‘UNB represents significant investment.’ Earlier this month, the University of New Brunswick released a detailed assessment of the economic impact it has on this province as it carries through on its critical missions – to advance… Read More »
We are all delighted that classes will resume at UNB Monday, Feb. 3, 2014 as a result of an agreement yesterday between the university and the AUNBT. We will deploy all of the university’s resources to help everyone with the transition back to classes. There will be many questions about a variety of subjects, perhaps… Read More »
Dr. H. E. A. (Eddy) Campbell has been reappointed to a second five-year term as the 18th president and vice-chancellor of the University of New Brunswick. The University of New Brunswick’s Board of Governors, Fredericton Senate and Saint John Senate voted overwhelmingly in favour of reappointing the president on June 20, 2013. “We are delighted… Read More »
University of New Brunswick President and Vice-Chancellor Eddy Campbell has been named one of Atlantic Canada’s top CEOs. The winners of this year’s Atlantic Business Magazine competition were celebrated at an awards gala held on May 8 at the World Trade and Convention Centre in Halifax, N.S. Since being selected as UNB’s president in 2009,… Read More »
The Board of Governors of the University of New Brunswick has approved a balanced operating budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year. It is the fourth budget in a multi-year series designed to ensure the university’s long-term financial stability in the face of increasing costs, stagnant government support, and a sluggish economic environment. “It is a… Read More »
The following statement, on behalf of UNB President Eddy Campbell, was issued to media following the release of New Brunswick’s 2013-14 provincial budget. At a high level, the provincial budget contains a zero percent increase in funding to public universities and limits tuition increases to $150. GNB Budget 2013Statement by Eddy Campbell, president and vice-chancellorUniversity… Read More »
Greetings new students, This week marks not only the official beginning of your careers as undergraduates, it marks the beginning of a new phase in your lives. For many of you, this new beginning represents a break from everything that came before – a break from your childhoods, a break from your family and friends,… Read More »
The biggest challenges facing our province are well known; we have an aging population and a sluggish economy. At the same time, we don’t have enough opportunities to retain young New Brunswickers, creating a dangerous cycle that only makes our government’s struggles to pay for our hospitals, roads and schools even more difficult. There are… 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 »
Scottish scholar William Brydone Jack never intended to stay in Fredericton, but like so many ex-pats who move to the Maritimes, he ended up settling down and lived out his days in the provincial capital.
John McLaughlin, the former president of the University of New Brunswick has been appointed to the Order of Canada, the nation’s highest civilian honour.
University of New Brunswick President Eddy Campbell will visit Bhutan this week to build on the long and trusted relationship that has developed between the university and the small Buddhist Kingdom.
The following message was sent to the university community today, Jan. 18, at 4 p.m. by UNB President Eddy Campbell. Last week an earthquake hit just outside the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, and more than three million people were affected. Relief efforts have been pouring into the country and effects are being felt across the globe,… Read More »