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UNB Alumni Fireside Chat

You are invited to join us for a virtual fireside chat with President Dr. Paul Mazerolle and Associated Alumni President Peter Syroid. Hear about their aspirations for the future of UNB and our valued alumni, while enjoying a Q&A session moderated by Associated Alumni Executive Director, Michelle McNeil. Register now.

Managing the New Normal webinar

UNB alumni are invited to attend the College of Extended Learning's free webinar, Managing the New Normal, Thursday, October 22 from 2-3 p.m. (ADT). Register online

Ten Thousand Coffees: Connect with a UNB student or fellow grad

It’s now more important than ever to reach out and have conversations! Many of the students and fellow alumni you would benefit from connecting with are now at home and seeking more human contact. Connect with fellow alumni or help mentor students and new grads virtually through UNB’s Career Café powered by Ten Thousand Coffees. Whether it’s through online messaging, a phone call or a video meeting, all interactions can be managed from the comfort of your own home.

IBEC Speaker Series Online

The Faculty of Management's International Business and Entrepreneurship Centre (IBEC) hosts an informative speakers series to get insights from alumni, faculty and entrepreneurial leaders about key issues and experiences. Watch and learn to flex your entrepreneurial and networking skills!

Lorenzo@Home reading series

Each year, the Lorenzo Society at UNB Saint John sponsors in-person readings by major Canadian authors. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 reading series is going virtual. At the virtual book club hear directly from the featured authors, ask questions and discuss the book with fellow readers. View the Fall 2020 schedule.

Bookshelf

Pick up one of these books written by UNB alumni, faculty or staff.

Lifelong learning, your way

Regardless of why you are seeking continuing education–to advance your career, pursue a new direction, earn a degree, or learn for the pure joy of it–UNB's College of Extended Learning makes it possible.