All Curated Events
The UNB Mathematics Society is bringing back our SPEAKER SERIES! Our first instalment of 2019 will feature Dr. Barry Monson, honorary research professor in polytopes, discrete and classical geometry. The talk will explore the strange behaviour of knots, links, and braids.
Join UNB alumni for an evening of advice and knowledge as the Alumni Office hosts its annual Career Talks events. Following a speed networking format, students will sit in groups and will receive invaluable tips from UNB alumni on career and professional development related topics. The session will be held Tuesday January 29, 6-8 p.m. in the Chancellors Room of the Wu Centre.
AUPAC is a conference that empowers undergraduate students. The bulk of the conference is giving opportunity to undergraduate students to present their research to their peers and academic faculty. Other features of the conference are: Guest Lecturers, a formal banquet, the return of “AUPAC Cup” (a friendly skills based competition), on location meals, and the opportunity to network with graduate programs from across the country. (The planning team has sent invites to every departmental member of the Canadian Association of Physics with a graduate studies department to attend this year.)
Science Atlantic Nutrition and Foods Committee was founded in 2016 (by its current members) and will be hosting its inaugural conference on February 28th - March 1st, 2019 at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia (SAC Multi-purpose Room).
Science Atlantic is celebrating students working on research in Biology, Aquaculture and Fisheries. This year, Crandall University is proud to host this annual student conference. The conference, which is attended by faculty and students from institutions throughout the Atlantic Provinces, will feature oral and poster presentations by students, keynote speakers, and awards for the best student posters and presentations.
The University of New Brunswick's first mental health conference. The UNBMHC aims to challenge the current stigmas surrounding mental health diagnosis, medication, and media. We will illustrate how and why mental illness can exist and ultimately what actions can be taken if you or loved ones are worried about mental health.