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Associated Alumni

New Brunswick’s COVID-19 hero

Alumna Dr. Jennifer Russell’s (BSc'97) impressive experience and training positioned New Brunswick as a leader in the fight against the pandemic. Read more.

Nathan White (BBA’05) moves back to NB to work from home with Swimming Canada

The real estate market in New Brunswick is booming right now and alumni like Nathan White are proving you can still work globally from anywhere in the world. Read more

Volunteer spotlight: Beverly Guimond

A remarkable volunteer at UNB and in her community, alumna Beverly Guimond (BBA’04) enjoys giving back her time as treasurer of the UNB Associated Alumni and supporting current UNB students as a Career Talks mentor. Read more

Putting science research to practical use

As a researcher and professor, UNB alumnus J. David Miller’s (BSc’75, MSc’78, PhD’81) priority has always been to serve the community. He’s done so by influencing public policy and taking on projects that enable practical and positive outcomes on the health of people and the planet. Read how Dr. Miller is putting science research to practical use.

Mapping out a future for the medical profession in Canada

UNB alumna Dr. Ann Collins (BSc’80), president of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), is only the ninth woman elected to the role in the organization’s 153-year history. Being a strong voice for physicians and patients at a critical time for the profession is a key priority for Dr. Collins. Read how she’s mapping out a future for the medical profession in Canada.

Volunteer spotlight: Jennifer Forbes

UNB young alumna Jennifer Forbes (BBA’12) has been a remarkable volunteer in her local community and on campus, lending much of her time to events like Career Talks, supporting and sharing advice with current UNB students. Read this volunteer spotlight

Innovating the restaurant of the future

Janice MacPherson (BBA’92) and husband Keith Dunphy are proving, through their business Pomodori Pizzeria, that with innovative thinking and technology, restaurants can thrive during a pandemic. Read their story