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Research or Study Abroad

Kyle

Posted: September 24, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Money Matters



Interested in researching or studying abroad next year? Start planning, and apply now! The School of Graduate Studies offers two travel scholarships aimed at promoting travel for research or study abroad for graduate students. Pam and John Little Overseas Scholarship The Pam and John Little Overseas Scholarships are open to UNB masters and Doctoral students enrolled in any area to support periods of intensive research or study in the UK which will benefit the student and their program of...

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New Research Funding for UNB

Kyle

Posted: June 11, 2018 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Money Matters , News and Events



May was a big month for research at the University of New Brunswick, with Tri-Council funding results making their way across the nation, and many new and current researchers on both UNB campuses receiving exciting news. At the same time, the Province of New Brunswick announced $11.4 million dollars in research funding through the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, NBIF, a large portion of which will support research at UNB. Attending the announcement were, from right to left,...

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Heading Overseas - Vanessa's Story

Kyle

Posted: February 5, 2018 6:00:00 AM AST

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



A graduate student with the Faculty of Education has recently been awarded travel funding through the SSHRC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement to support research related to her thesis work in Europe. Vanessa Johnson, a SSHRC funded masters student on the Fredericton campus, will be packing her bags for an extensive research trip abroad this fall thanks to a travel opportunity available to Canada Graduate Scholarship holders nationwide. Vanessa will also be receiving travel support for...

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Win Cash for Describing your Research!

kyle

Posted: January 29, 2018 6:00:00 AM AST

Category: News and Events , Money Matters



Join us for the 2018 rendition of our 3MT challenge! What is a 3MT challenge? 3MT stands for Three Minute Thesis. Students have three minutes and one power point slide to present their research in an engaging and accessible way to a nonspecialist audience. They are judged on the comprehension/content and the engagement/communication of their presentation by a panel of three individuals from the university community. Participation in a 3MT challenge is an excellent professional development...

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Study, Research or Present Abroad!

Kyle

Posted: January 8, 2018 6:00:00 AM AST

Category: Money Matters



Interested in doing some travel during your graduate studies? Then this post is for you! Fredrik and Catherine Eaton Graduate Fellowships We kicked off the start of the Gradoshphere with a story on our most recent Fredrik and Catherine Eaton Graduate Fellowship winners, and are excited to announce the search for our next Eaton Fellows! The Eaton Fellowships are open to graduate students on both of our campuses and will support travel to the beautiful and prestigious Queen's University...

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NBIF Award Recipients Gather

Kyle

Posted: December 11, 2017 6:59:00 AM AST

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters , News and Events



The School of Graduate Studies, with support from the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, recently celebrated recent NBIF award recipients with a luncheon in the Great Hall of the historic Sir Howard Douglas Hall building on the UNB Fredericton campus. Students were joined by faculty and staff as well by NBIF's President and CEO, Calvin Milbury, and its Director of Research, Lindsay Bowman along with UNB's Vice President of Research, Dr. David Magee, and its Vice President-Academic, Dr....

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UNB Students Recognized Nationally

Kyle

Posted: November 27, 2017 5:59:00 AM AST

Category: Student Stories , Money Matters



Amelia Thorpe, a Ph.D candidate from the Faculty of Education, has recently been recognized nationally for her thesis research exploring the erasure of gender diverse identities through the language of student documentation, adminstrative procedure and institutional policy. Recognized as a 2017-18 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship recipient, Amelia's award recognizes her exceptional academic achievement, research potential, leadership and the considerable effort she invests in community...

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