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April 28th: National day of mourning in memory of those killed or injured at work

April 28, is a national day of mourning each year in memory of those killed or injured at work. More...

What's the most fulfilling part of being a professor? March 2017

There are quite a number of answers to this question, and depending on your personality, they will likely produce varying levels of impact. More...

The 2017 Meet the MLA event held on March 30

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FNBFA members to meet with members of the Legislative Assembly - March 2017

FNBFA will hold its fifth annual “Meet the MLAs” event, Thursday, March 30th, in Fredericton. More…

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Provincial Budget 2017-2018 — The FNBFA is disappointed by the lack of information provided in the provincial budget: The government keeps universities waiting - February 2017

The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) laments the fact that the government has missed the offered opportunity with the unveiling of its 2017-2018 budget to demonstrate its commitment to public universities and the prosperity of the province. More…

CAUT - President’s message / A tale of two conferences - January 2017

http://www.caut.ca/bulletin/articles/2017/01/president-s-message-a-tale-of-two-conferences

Response to the blog posts by Alex Usher from November 29 and December 2, 2016 - January 2017

First, we would like to point out that the comparisons of Canadian universities that Mr. Usher has made do not include universities in New Brunswick. More... / November 29 / December 2

Government will seek predictable-funding agreements with publicly-funded universities - January 2017

The provincial government announced today that it will seek agreements with publicly-funded universities to fund pilot projects and commit to four-year predictability in both tuition for students and funding provided by government. More...

Students launch complaint against province over bursary program - January 2017

Three students have filed notice they intend to sue the New Brunswick government over its Tuition Access Bursary program, which they say violates the rights of students at private colleges and universities, who aren't eligible for help. More…