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The UNB project, led by Dr. Who will win the Stanley Cup? Two UNB faculty members are feeling the pressure, more than the rest of us, as we head into game three of the Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning leading the series over the Montreal Canadiens. Both Dr. David Scott and Dr. Ryan Hamilton split their time between lecturing on campus and being special advisors to the two NHL teams now competing face-to-face in the biggest hockey playoff event in the world.
Named as one of the most popular professors Shock and sadness spread across our country last week as we learned of the unmarked graves near the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan. These discoveries reconfirm oral histories shared by survivors — histories that Canada is only beginning to come to terms with. This is an important week for our community to reflect upon these past events and the associated intergenerational harms that have had lasting effects on First Nations communities.
As we Making the shift from studying in a group clinical setting to one-on-one in a preceptorship was a learning curve for University of New Brunswick nursing student Madeleine Smith, but fortunately she had the trust and support of her preceptor. The two had bonded as The funding will support a of professional sales initiatives that will be based within this building, which has been home to the College and university graduate retention in New Brunswick: - Retention, attraction, and labour market outcomes of post-secondary graduates in New Brunswick The reports found that almost 70 per cent of New Brunswick On Saturday, June 5, the University of New Brunswick will virtually celebrate the achievements of its graduates.
UNB is honoured to congratulate the 1, graduates who have worked incredibly hard through these unique times to achieve this milestone. June is National Indigenous History Month. This provides an opportunity to celebrate the first peoples of this land, their histories, leadership and cultures. The lands The University of New Brunswick is launching new programs in environmental sciences available for students pursuing a bachelor of science degree. UNB recognizes the need to prepare students for careers that respond to climate change and the impacts of humans on the environment.
The new programs, which are pre-accredited by the non-profit Eco Canada, will provide comprehensive theoretical and empirical training across the scientific disciplines. An accredited degree in the environmental Arc Clean Energy Canada Inc. Cooper will serve as vice-president of engineering; Dawson will serve in the role of vice-president of government affairs and public relations; and Landry Richard J.
Currie, who was a Beaverbrook scholar as a young man. Each year, the Currie Scholarships recognize The University of New Brunswick will have much to celebrate at its virtual graduation ceremonies on Saturday, June 5. The Fredericton campus will Experiential education is a form of teaching instructors use to combine authentic The National Standard is a set of voluntary guidelines to help post-secondary institutions across Canada support the mental health and well-being of their students.
The guidelines were established after ificant consultation by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and the Canadian Standards Association. These guidelines The University of New Brunswick has announced a new initiative supporting innovation, commercialization and partnership activities thanks to support from the Government of Canada, through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency ACOAand also made possible with leveraging support from The Molson Foundation. The COVID pandemic has reshaped all aspects of our lives in the same way digital technology has altered how we socialize, work, learn and play.
Across Canada and beyond, digital technology is simply embedded into our daily lives now. The pandemic will come to an end, but our use of digital technology will endure and accelerate. Those who embrace it will enjoy new levels of prosperity, progress and resilience.
Here in New Brunswick, we have an incredible opportunity for digital In Novembera German anti-fascist named Georg Elser came as close to assassinating Adolf Hitler as anyone ever had. But he could never have imagined the terrible consequences that would follow from this act They serve a variety of markets throughout Canada, the Eastern U.
Since its official creation inthe partnership has created valuable advantages for both During her studies in the bachelor of nursing program at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton, Elizabeth Vickers learned more about being a nurse — and herself as a person — than she ever thought possible. Vickers, who will graduate in June, has spent the past four years absorbing the theoretical knowledge required to be a nurse and using it to provide care in real-world settings. A team of environmental management students at the University of New Brunswick have completed a project looking at the sustainability of the muskellunge in the St.
John River. The course requires multidisciplinary teams to develop integrated solutions to real-world environmental or natural resource management Paul J. Mazerolle, UNB president and vice-chancellor. The new pizzeria-style eatery will open in the Thomas J. Condon Student Centre in the coming months, located in the space which was ly the Whitebone Lounge conference room and the Colonel Tucker's Bar, which has been remodelled into one large, open-plan The University of New Brunswick will be celebrating the achievements of its graduates at virtual graduation ceremonies on Saturday, June 5.
See unb. STARS is a self-reporting tool that assesses the In Amphibian, nine-year-old Phineas William Walsh has an encyclopedic knowledge of the natural world and he is the narrator. The J Herbert Smith The team, led by principal investigator Dr. Sandra Magalhaes from the UNB Fredericton department of sociology, analyzed responses to an online survey asking New Brunswick residents to indicate the impact particular factors had on their health.
The survey was carried out in August by Mental Health Students are guided by industry mentors and their professors to gain hands-on experience by creating real des for clients. One of the groups who Over these three days, industry professionals, developers, creatives, entrepreneurs University of New Brunswick students are working with 14 community organizations to help make positive changes in the world around them while gaining a credit toward their university degree. Experiential learning gives students During the event, the top 32 finalists had three minutes to present their unaided pitch to a panel of judges.
Winners were selected based on innovation impact, viability and sustainability of the idea; presentation, enthusiasm and effectiveness of pitch; and the level of Pretium Resources Inc. Pretivmin conjunction with UNB alumnus Dr. This graduate Mazerolle, president and vice-chancellor at UNB. The Pull of the Stars became a 1 bestseller in Canada and Ireland and made bestseller lists in the U. New York Times and U. Set in Dublin during the Great Flu pandemic init is about a nurse midwife, a doctor and a volunteer helper living through three The project is located on the Point Wolfe road, at a summer destination spot popular for its beach, saltwater pool and hiking trails.
Civil engineering students Alyssa Bernier, Kristen Burns, Kate deWinter, Megan Stone and Alyssa van de Riet are creating a de that will update the parking lot by installing a new drainage and water treatment system, The event will see third- and fourth-year students in the bachelor of business administration and bachelor of applied management programs leading teams as they run global companies competing against one another in a quickly evolving market.
The competition This academic year has looked quite different for students, faculty and staff alike. Instructors are adapting course material and their teaching methods using various virtual platforms, students are learning new study strategies for alternative delivery methods, and all of us are adjusting to health and safety regulations on and off campus.
With winter term now underway, students have been sharing their highlights from Fall Katie Northorp, a fourth-year bachelor of science student on A professor and researcher at the University of New Brunswick has developed and is in the process of publishing a pioneering series of books encompassing the world of population genomics. The book series is being published by Springer Nature, and since January the books and individual chapters have been downloaded thousands of times.
Among those recognized were several UNB staff, faculty members, students and alumni. Students from the University of New Brunswick are invited to attend the Daughters of the Vote summit, taking place virtually from March Equal Voice established the Daughters of the Vote summit to celebrate the th anniversary of select women attaining the right to vote in Canada.
Third year Four University of New Brunswick electrical engineering students are working on the viability of implementing more solar energy in Canada using a Smart Grid Digital Twin. Students Josh Power, Liam Hogan, Braden Haley and Alex Everett, are working with mentors to collect data and de a digital twin, which is a software A team of UNB researchers have been working in partnership with Saint John Energy to develop integrated technology solutions for smart grid initiatives to maximize energy efficiency while reducing their environmental footprint.
On Feb. In a region where strong feelings are often mixed into the cool scientific voice of political economy, would Atlantic Canada benefit from developing a history of emotions?
The Silva21 collaborative initiative builds on existing national efforts to bring together stakeholders from governments, communities, industries and universities, with a goal of improving knowledge, approaches and tools in forest management. Led by Dr. During the month of February, UNB celebrates and commemorates Black History Month by honouring and acknowledging the achievements and contributions of Black Canadians and people of African descent — achievements that have far too often been erased or ignored.
Black History Month also serves as a reminder for non-racialized people to stand in The smartWhales initiative will support five research and development projects to develop solutions that use satellite data to help detect and monitor the presence of North Atlantic right whales in Canadian waters and predict their movements. UNB was the only university from Atlantic Canada to be included on all three lists. Mazerolle, UNB president and Over the past year, the world has changed.
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