UNB President Eddy Campbell’s opinion piece, “Universities transform our economic future” appeared in the New Brunswick Telegraph Journal on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Tue Mar 10 2015 Page: A7 Section: Opinion Byline: Eddy CampbellCommentary Your recent editorial on higher education in the province (“Universities need complete refocus,” Feb. 25) perpetuates fundamental misconceptions about the role and impact of… Read More »
Todd Murphy isn’t kidding when he says he wants his company to become the Google of health care.
The University of New Brunswick is big on tradition this year, as it celebrates its 225th anniversary, but it’s not against change. For the first time, homecoming is being held in the fall, instead of during spring convocation or in the summer, as has been the case since the first class reunion took place in… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick was founded in 1785. It has grown into a world-class university, with alumni, donors and research connections across Canada and programs that reach around the globe. For 225 years, it has been a community- and nation-builder. The success of its graduates has established New Brunswick as an important contributor to… Read More »
Recognizing the additional lifetime earnings it generates, the lower probability of unemployment, and the intrinsic rewards derived in the process, many have long realized and obtained the benefits of a post-secondary education. Some 14 per cent of New Brunswickers aged 15 and over had obtained an undergraduate degree in 2007, an increase from 7.8 per… Read More »