Summer Scholarship Opportunities

Sarah Hall

Posted: May 5, 2022

Category: Money Matters



Interested in applying for some summer scholarship opportunities? Check out the list of scholarships currently open for application below!  Be sure to read the conditions carefully to make sure you are eligible before applying. *students looking to apply to more than one award must submit applications for each specific award. Each application should be submitted in one file. Additional...

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SGS Congratulates 2022 3MT Winners!

Andrea

Posted: Apr 22, 2022

Category: Student Stories , News and Events



The School of Graduate Studies warmly congratulates the winners of the 2022 3MT competition! The judges were deeply impressed with the comprehensiveness, engagement, and storytelling capacity of all UNB students who took on this challenge.  First Place: Julia MacPherson ($500) for This is snow joke: freshwater fish may be more susceptible to acute copper toxicity at winter...

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Images of Research Showcase Begins Today

Andrea

Posted: Apr 6, 2022

Category: News and Events , Student Stories



Come take a break and take a look! The Images of Research Competition Showcase begins today at both the Hans W. Klohn Commons and the Research Commons on the third floor of the Harriet Irving Library. The showcase will run between 12-2 for the month of April. You'll get a chance to see what graduate research at UNB looks like. Including the winning entries below:  First...

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Images of Research 2022 Winners Announced

Andrea

Posted: Apr 4, 2022

Category: Student Stories , News and Events


President Paul Mazerolle congratulates the winners of UNB’s first annual Images of Research competition. This collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and the Harriet Irving Library Research Commons asked UNB graduate students to capture their work in a single image. Starting this Wednesday, The images will be displayed at the Hans W. Klohn Commons and the Research Commons...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Alumni - Dr. Kelly Chaves

Andrea

Posted: Feb 2, 2022

Category: Student Stories , News and Events



The School of Graduate Studies congratulates UNB alumna Dr. Kelly Chaves (Governor General's Gold Medal Winner, 2020) on the award of an Omohundro Institute-National Endowment for the Humanities (US) post-doctoral fellowship. This prestigious award supports new research to illuminate 17th-and 18-century Indigenous cosmologies of the ocean and show how these understandings led to conflict with...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Jayden Price

Andrea

Posted: Dec 8, 2021

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of Jayden Price Award Received: Postgraduate Scholarship - Doctoral (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council)  Awarded for the project: Strategic design of deep-red and near-infrared solid-state emitters for biological and material applications  Faculty: Science  Department: Chemistry  Project supervised by: Dr. Sara Eisler Luminescent small molecules,...

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Announcing Images of Research - a Competition for Graduate Students at UNB

Andrea

Posted: Dec 6, 2021

Category: News and Events , Money Matters



The School of Graduate Studies and the Harriet Irving Library Research Commons are collaborating to bring this opportunity to the UNB graduate student community on both Fredericton and Saint John campuses.  Growing from a competition that originated at the University of Illinois about a decade ago, Images of Research competitions have spread across the United States, Canada and...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards – Nicole Hughes

Andrea

Posted: Dec 1, 2021

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of Nicole Hughes Award Received: Canada Graduate Scholarship, Doctorate (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) Awarded for the project: Lineages of Louisbourg: an exploration of mitochondrial DNA analysis to investigate the ancestral diversity at the 18th century Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia Department: Interdisciplinary Studies Project supervised...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards – Lena Gryshchuk

Andrea

Posted: Sep 23, 2021

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of Lena Gryshchuk Award Received: SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Awarded for the project: Police officers' response to intimate partner violence cases with female offenders Faculty: Arts Department: Psychology Project supervised by: Mary Ann Campbell, PhD Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious societal issue causing significant physical and psychological harm...

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards – Richard Yeomans

Andrea

Posted: Sep 15, 2021

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Profile of Richard Yeomans Award Received: SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Awarded for the project: Inventing a Bountiful Earth: New Brunswick Settler Science and the Moral Economy, 1785-1885 Faculty: Arts Department: History Project supervised by: Elizabeth Mancke, PhD In June of 1839, Dr. James Robb, a Scottish chemist, and professor of natural science at King’s...

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