Tag archive for ‘Fredericton’
Congress delegates to get unique experience in Fredericton (Comments Off)
Congress 2011 is shaping up to be a unique, exciting experience for attendees from around the world.
Life-changing experience (Comments Off)
Author and Emmy winner Kwame Dawes says much of the work he does today is the result of the opportunities offered to him at the University of New Brunswick.
Students giving back (Comments Off)
Students at the University of New Brunswick do a lot more with their time than study – many are committed to making a difference through charity work.
Road to the cup (Comments Off)
Canada’s best university men’s hockey teams are coming to the University of New Brunswick in 2011 and 2012.
Fathers and sons (Comments Off)
Jordan House is graduating from the University of New Brunswick, and his father, Lorne, will be more than just a proud bystander – he graduates on the same day.
Helping farmers be greener (Comments Off)
As this year’s William S. Lewis Doctoral Fellowship recipient at the University of New Brunswick, Heather Loomer believes her research will benefit the provincial agriculture industry
From the classroom to the stage (Comments Off)
Students in two engineering programs at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton ended their degree with a marriage of work and fun- by designing guitar pedals.
Broadcasting success (Comments Off)
Steve Weagle wouldn’t have guessed while he was at the University of New Brunswick that 15 years later, he would be one of the most-watched weather broadcasters in Florida.
Ahead of the game (Comments Off)
A strange white fungus is killing off cave bats on the east coast of the U.S., and it’s slowly moving north. University of New Brunswick researchers are staying ahead of the game by assessing the province’s bat populations before the fungus hits home.
A family affair (Comments Off)
Amanda and Rostam Azarbehi will complete a chapter in their lives at the University of New Brunswick’s fall convocation. The married duo, who will both graduate with their PhDs, were so intent on having their experience [...]
From the classroom to the city council chambers (Comments Off)
Elected at 21, Jordan Graham is the youngest city councillor in Fredericton’s history.
A busy schedule (Comments Off)
Scott Culligan doesn’t sit around doing nothing on most nights.
Easing the burden of chronic illness (Comments Off)
Researchers at the University of New Brunswick are combining their resources to help improve the quality of the health care people suffering from chronic illness receive.
Tapping into new markets (Comments Off)
Discovering a hidden market in Rothesay, N.B. has led two University of New Brunswick students to pitch a business plan as far as Vancouver, B.C.
Getting the most out of university life (Comments Off)
Nick Ouellette always planned to live in his home province when he finished school – which made the University of New Brunswick an easy choice as his alma mater.