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Former UNB Grad Student Appointed Fredericton's Next Poet Laureate

Kyle

Posted: Feb 8, 2019

Category: Student Stories



A former masters student with UNB Fredericton's Department of English has recently been appointed Fredericton's next Poet Laureate. Jenna Lyn Albert, a graduate of English's Creative Writing program, began in the position late last month, and will serve a two year term in the position formerly titled Cultural Laureate. The position was only recently established in 2016 as part of an action item...

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Free! MITACS Professional Development for Grad Students

Kyle

Posted: Jan 22, 2019

Category: News and Events



Interested in growing your professional skills? MITACS has the solution! MITACS works with institutions like UNB to provide professional skills development to students free of charge! By taking advantage of this program, grad students will have access to courses which will focus on growing networking skills, improving your communication, developing your presentation skills and more! Interested...

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2019 Three Minute Thesis Challenge!

Kyle

Posted: Jan 16, 2019

Category: Money Matters , News and Events



Win cash for describing your research! 2019 Three Minute Thesis Challenge The planning for the 2019 rendition of our annual Three Minute Thesis challenge is in the works, and a date has been set for the exciting event. On March 22, students will be given three minutes to describe their research, and will have a shot at winning some cash for doing so! Cash prizes will be offered to the top...

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January 7 - 11 Oral Examinations

kyle

Posted: Jan 7, 2019

Category: Thesis Corner



Upcoming oral examinations this week For more information on any of the below oral examinations, please contact the associated department. Francis Lavandier, History Role of Law, Settler Colonialism, and Overrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Criminal Justice (Legal) System: Implementation of R.v. Gladue in Prince Edward Island (PEI) January 8, 2019 2:30pm, Tilley Hall, Room...

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Happy Holidays!

Kyle

Posted: Dec 18, 2018

Category: News and Events



Happy Holidays from the team at the School of Graduate Studies!

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Graduate Research Conference Showcase

Kyle

Posted: Dec 10, 2018

Category: News and Events , Student Stories



Can you believe it? It is already that time of year again, and I am not talking about the Holiday season! As per the annual tradition, the Graduate Student Associate has recently announced their call for abstracts for next year's rendition of the Graduate Student Research Conference. The 26th annual conference will be held March 21-22, 2019 at the Wu Conference Centre on the UNB Fredericton...

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December 10 -21 Oral Examinations

kyle

Posted: Dec 9, 2018

Category: Thesis Corner



Upcoming oral examinations For more information on any of the below oral examinations, please contact the associated department. Erfan Bhuiyan, Economics Can Macroeconomic Variables Explain Long Term Movements of Stock Market Sector Indices? A Comparison of the US and Canada. December 17, 2018 1:00pm, Singer Hall, Room 449 Romey Heuff, Education Befindlichkeit and Imagination An Excursion into...

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UNBSJ Lab Discovery Making Headlines

Kyle

Posted: Dec 3, 2018

Category: Faculty Focus , Student Stories



Graduate students in the UNB Saint John Biology Department are part of a team making waves with a recent discovery surrounding the population of a long lost species of fish in the St. John River, thought to have been lost forever. Team members in the Dr. Scott Pavey lab on the UNB Saint John campus, have recently made a discovery that suggests the native striped bass population in the St. John...

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December 03 -07 Oral Examinations

kyle

Posted: Dec 2, 2018

Category: Thesis Corner



Upcoming oral examinations this week For more information on any of the below oral examinations, please contact the associated department. Kate Chen, Forestry and Environmental Management Integrated Pest Management in the Xitou Nature Education Area, National Taiwan University Experimental Forest, Taiwan December 4, 2018 9:00am, Forestry & Geology, Room 202 Linda Warren, Forestry and...

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Your Chance to Travel

Kyle

Posted: Nov 30, 2018

Category: Money Matters



Don't miss out on your chance to travel and explore while continuing to progress in your graduate program! Students from both our Fredericton and Saint John campuses have already taken advantage of travel funding available to our graduate students through programs such as the Frederick and Catherine Eaton Graduate Fellowships, the Pam and John Little Overseas Scholarships, as well as through...

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