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New bio-psych program offers students experiential-learning opportunities

The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is launching its biology-psychology program on the Fredericton campus this fall. Already offered on UNB’s Saint John campus, the biology-psychology program will meet the needs of students interested in studying the human body and human behaviour.

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New UNESCO designation

Three sites from the Atlantic provinces have made their entrance into the top 100 List of UNESCO Geological Heritage sites. Dr. Audrey Limoges (Department of Earth Sciences at UNB) explains the paleontological and geological significance of each of these sites during a Radio-Canada French-language interview on the francophone show Le Réveil. "Une nouvelle désignation de l'Unesco pour trois sites en N.-É. et à T.-N.-L [07 h 49]" (English Translation: "New UNESCO designation for three sites in NS & NL [07 h 49]")

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SGS Celebrates Graduate Student Winners of Federal Tri-Council Awards - Nicole Daigle

The conservation of endangered species is essential to protect biodiversity, which is vital for the survival of our human race. Currently, all 26 living species of sturgeon are listed under a conservation designation. It is theorized that their declines are primarily due to human-related activities such as commercial harvest, habitat alteration, and climate change.

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UNB research heading into orbit on NASA earth observation mission

Researchers at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) are part of a new consortium that will see Canadian innovation advance our ability to tackle climate change and severe weather.

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New programs in Environmental Science

UNB is launching new programs in environmental sciences available for students pursuing a bachelor of science degree.

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Co-op works for students

Co-op is a critical part of your academic degree. By joining the Science Co-op Program, you can gain experience in your chosen field, practice your technical & interpersonal skills, build your network, and earn income to offset the cost of school.