Academic Clubs and Societies

 
 

Email:
unbanth@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

Anthropology Society

The Anthropology Society strives to: 

  • Provide a positive environment for University of New Brunswick undergraduate students to discuss anthropological and archaeological related issues and ideas
  • Provide education to the student body on matters pertaining to anthropology and archaeology
  • Provide members access to peer assistance for anthropological and archaeological related work
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alber ross undergraduate english society

This group is dedicated to fostering a positive and welcoming community of like-minded individuals and further student's interest in literature in English. 

 
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Email:
unbaus@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

Arts undergraduate SOCIETY

Represent the interests of the undergraduate Arts students of the University of New Brunswick. To lobby, on the behalf of the undergraduate arts students of the University of New Brunswick, the Faculty of Arts, the administration of the University of New Brunswick, and the various levels of government that have the power to affect the quality of education received by the students of the Faculty of Arts at the University of New Brunswick, and to plan, and stage, events and activities in order to create, and foster, a sense of community and pride among the undergraduate Arts students of the University of New Brunswick . 

 

Email:
unbaus@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

BioChemistry Society

The object of the club is to: 

  • Provide a positive environment for University of New Brunswick (UNB) undergraduate students to interact on both academic and social levels
  • Provide a resource of peer support and counsel for both academic and social development; an
  • To enhance positive interaction between students and faculty.
 

Email:
unbaus@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

Biology Society

The Biology Society provides a positive environment for UNB undergraduate students to interact on both academic and social levels. It also works to enhance positive interactions between students and faculty.

 
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Website:
www.unbbaus.com
Email:
baus.unb@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

Business Administration Undergraduate Society (BAUS)

The UNB Business Administration Undergraduate Society is a student run society that seeks to enhance the student experience and the value of the UNB BBA degree upon graduation. The BAUS is a growing organization, and this year’s exec is excited to be a part. Feel free to stop by the office in T306 to meet them!

 
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Email:
csce@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Canadian Society of Civil Engineers UNB Student Chapter (CSCE UNB)

The CSCE UNB Student Chapter is part of a national chapter that benefits Civil Engineering students across Canada. As a member of the CSCE UNB Student Chapter, you will have the opportunity to meet many professionals working in industry and have the ability to attend various tours and events throughout the academic year. 

 
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Email:
cheus@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Society

The Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Society serves Chemical Engineering students at UNB by upholding the traditions which ChE students hold dear. Some of the annual activities that we organize include Bowling with Brian, when students go to the Kingswood with Chemical Engineering Professor, Brian Lowry, and the annual celebration of Pulse Derringer’s birthday. We also host a department-wide corn boil every fall for new and returning students alike, and organize industry tours to give students an opportunity to see practical applications of theories learned in the classroom. This past year, we organized our very first “Jeopardy with Jamie” event, hosted by UNB’s very own, Jamie Miles. Finally, we wrap up every school year with the ChE formal, where we celebrate the accomplishments of students and faculty members in the department. 

 
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Email:
csa@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Computer Science Association

The UNB Fredericton Computer Science Association is all about making the process of getting your degree easier and more fun. We encourage socialization among Computer Science students and professors, as well as the students of other faculties, and provide a voice for Computer Science students to communicate with their faculty, Student Union, and the university at large.

 

Email:
unbeconsociety@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Economics Society

The UNB Economics Society has been reinstated at UNB. The purpose of the group is to provide an environment for students to discuss and promote the development of economic skills and knowledge and provide members of the Society with an opportunity for social development within the economic discipline.

 
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Email:
unbedsoc@gmail.com
Club Status: 
Ratified

UNB Education Society

The UNB Education Society is formed of members who are interested and engaged in the practice of teaching children.  We look to provide an environment where like minded people can get together socially and academically to discuss and support each other.

 
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Email:
w4ae1@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Electrical Computer & Software Engineering Society

The Electrical Computer & Software Engineering Society (ECSES) is an association of students enrolled in those disciplines of engineering. Our purpose is to provide social and academic interaction between our members (all electrical, computer and software students are members) and the outside world.

 
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Website:
www.unbeus.ca
Email:
eus@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Engineering Undergraduate Society

The Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) is an umbrella organization composed of seven departmental societies that represents over 1000 engineering students at the University of New Brunswick. The EUS provides a host of events and services to the student body which foster student engagement and supplement a technical education with valuable social activities and networking opportunities. 

The events held by the EUS include Engineering Academic Orientation, a monthly Pillar Pub, an annual Engineering Cup (hockey series), themed pubcrawls, a Cregan Lecture series focusing on professors' research, and Engineering Week. EUS services include The Pillar (a faculty newspaper), merchandise sales, Engineering Expo (job fair) with the Co-op Office and the distrubution of the Engineering Endowment Fund (EEF). 

The EEF funding is used to support activities and projects such as enhancement of instructional and research facilities and equipment, visits by guest speakers and researchers, staff self-improvement courses and workshops, innovative student and staff activities, and enhancement of facilities. 

 

Email:
k89y4@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Forestry Association

The Forestry Association is a group of students in the undergraduate forestry program with a primary objective to promote good fellowship between the students of the forestry and environment science faculties. We also provide opportunities for membership and extra curricular activities.

 
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Email:
ges@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Geological Engineering Society

We, the Geological engineering society will be in charge of organizing events and giving a voice to all geological engineering students; often in association with other societies, generating opportunities to meet new people. 

 

Email:
hss@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Health Sciences Society

To provide an opportunity for registered members and other UNB students interested in the health professions such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, and veterinary science, but not limited to these professions, to become further educated through guest speakers, tours of different facilities, organized gatherings and other activities. 

 
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Email:
kinsoc@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Kinesiology Society

The mission of the UNB Kinesiology Society is to encourage friendship and a sense of community among the undergraduate students of the Faculty of Kinesiology by providing opportunities for professional and career development, social interaction, information exchange, and social responsibility.

 
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Website:
www.unblss.com
Email:
lss@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Law Students’ Society

The law students' society is the umbrella organization of the University of New Brunswick's Law School. It organizes activities designed to further collegiality in the school, as well as providing some funding to student-run law school initiatives and societies.

 
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Website:
www.unbmathsociety.ca
Email:
hello@unbmathsociety.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

UNB Mathematics Society

The Three Pillars of the UNB Mathematics Society

  • To represent all undergraduate students studying at the UNB Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
  • To raise awareness of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics as well as mathematics in general to UNB and to the external community.
  • To provide an opportunity to grow and network between like-minded individuals.
 
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Email:
nsociety@unb.ca
Club Status: 
Ratified

Nursing Undergraduate Society

The Nursing Undergraduate Society (NUS) is an organization whose primary focus is being the voice of the nursing students on the UNB Fredericton campus. 
The NUS also plans social activities  for nursing students such as pub tours, NursingGames, and the annual Nursing Gala.

 

Email:
unbphyssoc@gmail.com
Club Status:
Ratified

Physics Society

The object of the UNB Physics Society is: 

  • Promote the interest of physics throughout the members of the society 
  • Provide a place where Society members can discuss physics problems and help each other in physics related classes 
  • Provide the members of the Society with an opportunity to get to know their peers throughout scheduled social activities. 
 

Email:
rcs@unb.ca
Club Status:
Ratified

Renaissance College Society

The Renaissance College Society provides the community of RC UNB with social events that allow for a greater connection to be formed between the three years of students attending the college. 

 
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Email:
ssme@unb.ca
Club Status:
Ratified

Student Society of Mechanical Engineers

The SSME exist as an opportunity for mechanical engineering student to meet socially outside of the classroom environment. It also encourages other faculties to join and participate in the various mechanical activities throughout the year. 

 
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Email:
ups.unb@gmail.com
Club Status:
Ratified

 

Email: unbchemsoc@gmail.com
 

Undergraduate Psychology Society