Fredericton Faculty of Arts

UNB well represented at 2018 Silver Wave Film Festival

Ty Giffin

Posted: November 26, 2018 12:00:00 AM AST

Category: Student , Arts , Events , Other , Faculty


On Monday, November 26, 2018, Frictive Pictures held a one-time screening of a selection of films by UNB students and alumni that had previously screened at the Silver Wave Film Festival. UNB Faculty of Arts students and alumni made up a huge part of the festival this year. That is truly a testament to the amazing talent and incredible achievement of our students and alumni. The Centre Communautaire Sainte Anne’s theatre was packed with audience members for the three NB shorts...

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2017-2018 Dean's List Students

Dean of Arts Office

Posted: October 16, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Student , Arts


BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) Tiffany N. Adams - Oromocto, NBCarlos F. Aguilar Sanchez - Tlayacapan, MEXICOEmma R. Allen - Cremona, ABMiriam C. Amirault - Digby, NSMaria Nazareth F Araujo - Recife, BRAZILHayley Aucoin - Middle Sackville, NSIsaac J. Barclay - Fredericton, NBConnor Beach - Durham Bridge, NBShanthi Bell - Pefferlaw, ONRyan S. Bell - Riverview, NBJesse E. Bellamy - St. Catharines, ONWhitney K. Benoit - Fredericton, NBBernard R. Bishop - Moncton, NBAnthony T. Bissett - Riverview,...

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Anthropology Graduate Students

Tabatha Armstrong

Posted: September 4, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Student , Departmental , Arts , Research


Emma Andrews (BA, UNB) Supervisor: Dr. Melanie Wiber Emma’s MA project is focused on tidal power development in the Bay of Fundy. Her research thus far has focused on the sustainability discourse, the impacts of tidal power, the environmental assessment process and frameworks for public participation. She conducted a policy gap analysis regarding the permitting process for in-stream tidal energy conversion installations in Canada and the United States. Her work will examine risk...

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Introducing Comparative Cultural Studies

Fredericton Arts

Posted: June 3, 2016 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: News , Faculty , Other , Departmental , Arts , Student


Dr. Allan Reid - Professor - Comparative Cultural Studies(Specialities: Soviet & Russian literature & literary theory, holocaust literature, and Soviet underground culture & literature)   Dr. Anette Guse - Associate Professor - Comparative Cultural Studies (Specialties: 18th and 20th century German Literature and Culture, German Language Acquisition, Musical Theatre, Opera, and Performing Arts)                                    Keegan Manson-Curry (in the middle) and other students in the...

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Becoming a Historian Jessica s Experience as an Arts Intern

Fredericton Arts

Posted: December 3, 2015 4:00:00 AM AST

Category: Arts , Other , Research , Spotlight , Student


"The only way to drive ourselves forward is by looking in the rear-view mirror and guessing the best course to take." – Mark Damen Hello Everyone! This will be the first of many future blog posts where I will be sharing my experiences as an Arts Intern at The Milton F. Gregg Center for the Study of War and Society at UNB. This blog series will include reflections on my many adventures at Gregg Centre events as well as comments on my discoveries doing research in the archives, special...

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A Day in the Life of An Intern - Sophia s Internship Experience at the Legislative Office of MLA David Coon

Fredericton Arts

Posted: November 23, 2015 4:00:00 AM AST

Category: Arts , Other , Spotlight , Student


Working for the Green Party has been an extraordinarily rewarding experience for me as a student, and as a young professional. Let me tell you why! We learn in many different ways in our undergraduate studies. We learn in lectures, through course readings, projects, and presentations. For me, the best method of learning is through doing. The Arts Internship has provided me with an opportunity to practice skills and knowledge I have learned in my studies and apply them to important projects....

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Disability as Opportunity Paul Campbell s Journey Back to UNB

Fredericton Arts

Posted: October 8, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Student , Spotlight , Arts , Other


Now that the excitement of Orientation and start of term have passed and you have gotten that first long weekend break out of the way, it might be a good opportunity to reflect on the term so far. Hopefully by now all our new and returning students are getting settled into the rhythm of university studies. For some of you this will be your first set of midterms and papers coming due. That first term can be stressful and students may find they need some additional resources and help to develop...

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Be open to change do what you enjoy and love and the rest will fall into place Memories of First Year Part 4

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 28, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Faculty , Arts , Spotlight , Opinion , Student


Only two weeks...  ...until you begin the next chapter. Regardless of whether you are joining us straight from high school or from another stage in your life, we hope all the excitement and fresh-start motivation inspired by those back-to-school vibes are helping you to feel positive about your first term. For the fourth installment in our series on 'Memories of First Year' I met up with Arts alumna Kelsey Seymour. Find out about "the D Experience", the significance of salad in a Sobeys...

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The Ability to Give Back Memories of First Year Part 3

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 21, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Opinion , Student , Spotlight , Arts , Other


And the countdown continues... …less than three weeks until the start of Fall term! Time flies when you're having so much summer fun. This week we will be chatting with Andrew Daley, an Assistive Technologist working with UNB Libraries and a graduate from the Arts faculty (Economics). Andrew generously shared his experiences navigating university as a mature student with a visual disability. Reflect back on a time when students carried around bookbags full of textbooks, access to computers...

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Be a sponge and swallow your fear Memories of First Year Part 2

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 12, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Spotlight , Other , Arts , Opinion , Student , Faculty


Four weeks to go until... ...the first day of classes! Hard to believe it's only a month away. As we head towards Orientation Week, time travel back to 1998 with us. It was a strange time where you were required to stand in line to register for courses and penny candies were still a thing (pennies were still a thing!!!). Cindy Brown sheds some light on being a first-year then: the hit songs (get ready for some 90s classics), cramming for an exam, being a sponge, and overcoming shyness....

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Grilled Cheese Iron Maiden and Showing Up - Memories of First Year Part 1

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 6, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Faculty , Spotlight , Student , Opinion , Arts


The countdown is on! In one month we will be welcoming hundreds of new students to campus for Orientation Week. The first year of university is an exciting and emotional time. It isn’t only about learning how to study well (though that is a big part!) – it is a host of new experiences that will stay with you for years to come. What do you think will stand out this year and stick with you years later? I decided to ask a few local Arts alumni to take a trip down memory lane to see what has...

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