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UNB research indicates air pollution increases risk of death

A new study led by sociology research associate Dr. Dan Crouse suggests that even low levels of pollution, such as seen across most of the Canadian Maritimes, increases risks of dying.

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UNB researchers part of Canada’s largest dementia research network

Sociology research associate Dr. Sandra Magalhaes joins researchers from UNB and across Canada in a national research network to support enhanced prevention, treatment and quality of life.

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Sociology of co-operatives

Sociology professor Dr. Luc Theriault has joined the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation, to promote the sharing of research on co-operative and charitable organizations.

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Women in global health

Sociology professor Dr. Neeru Gupta has been named to the first-ever list of Canadian women leaders in global health, which was recently published by the Canadian Society for International Health.

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UNB professor challenges concept of lone-wolf terrorist

New research by sociology professor Dr. David Hofmann is challenging the idea of the lone-wolf terrorist.

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