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Creating safe and inclusive spaces for all students to learn and grow

Two students at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) have put their heart into creating a new initiative that focuses on educating students on Indigenous rights, history and ways of life.

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Five Years of Transformative Change: Faculty of Arts launches new academic plan

I am very pleased to introduce the Faculty of Arts Academic Plan 2023-28. This plan represents the academic vision for our faculty for the next five years and emerges from years of collaboration and consultation.

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W. Stewart MacNutt Memorial Lecture

Join UNB Fredericton’s Faculty of Arts for the W. Stewart MacNutt Memorial Lecture, which will be given by historian Dr. Daniel Samson, Associate Professor at Brock University. Dr. Samson will deliver “Fashioning a Modern Man: James Barry of Six Mile Brook” on March 16.

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New bio-psych program offers students experiential-learning opportunities

So widespread is racist abuse from the stands that ignoring it is seen as part of a college athlete’s job. I just remember that there was like a consistent chant of ‘stand up, N-words’ during the anthem and right after. And when brought to the attention of the BYU coaching staff there was no real response or sense of, like, alarm.”

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From fashion to faculty: How a UNB psychology scholar is creating a safer and healthier world

Dr. Emilie Lacroix is a new faculty member at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) who is using her research to create healthier and more positive outcomes for people suffering from eating disorders. We spoke with her about how she came to study the psychology of eating disorders and what she hopes to contribute with her research.

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