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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.

Double impact: Sibling scholars

Sisters Camilla and Dominique Drost have always been close. Since coming to UNB, they have found themselves part of a new extended family: the community of current and former Beaverbrook Scholars.

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Changemaker: Building a healthy, prosperous community

If you are a successful tech entrepreneur who wants everyone in your community to share in a more healthy and prosperous future, what do you do? Invest in health care, economic development and social innovation.

“For our region to be successful, economically and socially, we need a juggernaut that both creates opportunities and gives people the skills to seize those opportunities."

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UNB Grad researched complex processes that can help fight cancer thanks to fellowship award

Marta Tomás Piqueras came to the University of New Brunswick to pursue doctoral studies in organic chemistry. She said her years at UNB were a crucial part of her academic life and now, Marta is involved in groundbreaking pharmaceutical research and development back in her native Spain.

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Tenacity and drive turn a dream to reality

Shanna St. Pierre-Power has fought hard in her life to overcome barriers imposed upon her by the socio-economic factors of her youth. Her determination has led her to pursue her law degree at UNB - a dream come true.

"... The possibilities of the future feel limitless. I am tremendously excited to see what the future holds for me.”

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Lifelong gratitude

Bill Baker has spent nearly 50 years giving back to UNB to show his thanks for the opportunities opened up for him.

“I’m not a famous grad or a distinguished grad. I’m just a guy from Moncton who was really, really lucky."

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New Brunswick student researches innovative approach to monitor wild Atlantic salmon populations

Jagger Watters-Grey grew up in a family that was oriented towards an interest in biology. He spent his days fishing and exploring the woods and waterways of the St. John River Valley. Now a PhD candidate in Biological Sciences at UNB, Jagger is the recent recipient of a scholarship which has indirectly helped him as he pursues his research in support of Atlantic salmon conservation.

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A family affair: Empowering future foresters

Every member of the Erdle family has experienced the benefits of a UNB education, and each of them wished to extend those opportunities to students in years to come; that's why this family has come together to create a new award at UNB.

“It is our hope that the recipients of this scholarship are inspired by, and motivated to build upon, the significant forest management advances made by past UNB forestry grads.”

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