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UNB launches two new certificates in mental health and wellness

The certificates are designed to help students and professionals to further develop their understanding of mental health in a way that informs unique perspectives about the pathways to mental illness and psychological health and its broad relevance to personal and community wellness.

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New bachelor's degree in environmental engineering

The University of New Brunswick’s (UNB) faculty of science, applied science and engineering is launching a four-year environmental engineering program on the Saint John campus starting in the Fall of 2023.

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UNB receives $27.2 million commitment from federal and provincial governments

This building will be the hub for the Integrated Health Initiative, which will deliver interdisciplinary education, generate leading-edge research and innovation, foster collaboration across the health sector and improve health care, the health sector and the health of New Brunswickers.

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UNB advancing artificial intelligence and data science with $2.5 million commitment

University of New Brunswick (UNB) alumnus Dick Carpenter (BA ’72) and the McKenna Institute are pleased to announce a gift of $2.5 million to advance the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science at UNB.

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UNB and St. Francis Xavier University sign new MOU

Under this agreement, current BSc students from the University of New Brunswick’s Saint John campus will be able to transfer to St. Francis Xavier University after completing two full years of their program.

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