When Megan Smith heads off to university this fall she’ll have 50,000 reasons to be happy. That’s because she’s heading to the University of New Brunswick with a scholarship worth $50,000 over four years. Smith, who graduates from Bluefield High School this year, said when she heard the news it brought her to tears. “It’s… Read More »
NASA senior research scientist and principal investigator and University of New Brunswick graduate Attila Komjathy is using GPS for an entirely new application, which can track and monitor tsunamis. The early days of his dissertation research at UNB, specifically working with Professor Richard B. Langley, is what first interested Komjathy in the research of different… Read More »
The Currie Scholarship at the University of New Brunswick, valued at $50,000 over four years, is awarded to students who are recognized as some of the most promising young scholars in Canada.
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On Monday, May 21, their Royal Highnesses, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, toured New Brunswick, stopping by a school in Saint John that UNB has been involved with through a program called the Promise Partnership.
In a short span of two years, Rivers Corbett and his business partner, chef Ray Henry, have seen their entrepreneurial venture take off, growing to five locations, and two more opening in July, with presence in three Atlantic provinces.
The University of New Brunswick granted honorary degrees to six outstanding individuals during its spring graduation ceremonies, May 16 to 18. UNB Fredericton held its 183rd Encaenia on May 16 and 17. Susan Chalmers-Gauvin received an honorary doctor of letters degree at Encaenia Ceremony A, on Wednesday, May 16, at 10 a.m. A senior executive… Read More »
Three research projects at the University of New Brunswick have received funding from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency in the latest competitive round of the Atlantic Innovation Fund.
The University of New Brunswick is concerned about recent comments made about certain services available to its students.
When James Downey became the 14th president and vice-chancellor of the University of New Brunswick in 1980, he knew very little about Lord Beaverbrook and his many gifts to the university and the province of New Brunswick.
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 »
Lord Beaverbrook and the Kennedys, written by former UNB president James Downey, will be officially launched on Tuesday, May 15, at 4:00 p.m., in Memorial Hall at UNB Fredericton.
The University of New Brunswick was awarded the Mayor’s Environmental Award tonight during a City Council meeting at Fredericton City Hall. The award was presented to Dr. Tony Secco, UNB’s Vice-President (Fredericton), for UNB’s continued stewardship of the city’s protected wellfield area. It is so important that we honour those in our community that are… Read More »
The Board of Governors of the University of New Brunswick has approved a balanced operating budget for the 2012-13 fiscal year.
The University of New Brunswick commissioned an Economic Impact Assessment (EIA) in the fall of 2011 to better understand the many ways in which the university impacts the provincial economy.