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Giving to UNB

Thanks to donors like you, our campuses are places where opportunities are created, lives are changed, and students and faculty are known by what they do. These stories are only a sample of the impact you have made.

Being a part of change

Peyton Juhnke – UNB Fredericton's valedictorian for the Class of 2021 –  is focused on building a better future for Indigenous Peoples. While at school, Peyton was one of the Indigenous co-representative for the Renaissance College Society, helped develop the framework for and complete an Indigenous Studies minor, and won numerous scholarships and awards. Now, she's back in her hometown and working to affect positive change. 
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50 years of giving

His UNB education changed his life, so for 50 years Gordon Alexander has shown his gratitude by giving back. 

"The Beaverbrook Scholarship broadened his horizons and shaped him as a person. ... He was and still is today so grateful, and wants others to benefit from similar opportunities." Full story

Research for a better tomorrow

"As a young person, climate change is one of my most pressing concerns for our future." 

Sarah Lunney is researching how environmental factors affect health through an examination of Saint John, NB. As the inaugural recipient of the Rosemary Aicher Health & Environment Research Experience award, Sarah's research project coincides with the broadening of interdisciplinary research at UNB Saint John. 
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Harvard dreams come true for UNB grad

Growing up, Jackson Weir often had what he called a "distant dream" of attending Harvard but it was his successful undergraduate years at UNB that helped make that dream a reality. Now, Jackson attends Harvard Medical School where he is researching new treatments for cancer patients, and credits his UNB experience for where he is today. 
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