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Community Outreach Award

ashlyn brownell

Originally from Nova Scotia, Ashlyn is in her second year at Renaissance College studying leadership with a minor in Environmental Management. Outside of class, she is the coordinator for the Campus Food Strategy Group: a student-led group working to promote food sustainability and an equitable food system at UNB.

jillian lamb

Fourth year Biology student Jill Lamb founded UNB SPRING, a weekly physical activity mentorship program that pairs up university students with children with disabilities. She has contributed to UNB’s residence community as a proctor for the past 3 years and co-led a refugee backpack and mitten drive. She is also a Science Peer Mentor, UNBSU Blackshirt, UB Friends Co-facilitator, Student Ambassador and TEDxUNB Organizer. She was a recipient of the City of Fredericton’s Unsung Hero Award in 2016.

anna petrie

Ranked 1st in her program for the last 2 years, Anna is a 4th year BScKin student who is proud to be at UNB. She has been a Blackshirt for UNB Orientation the last 2 years & represented UNB at 2 Shinerama Conferences. Anna strives to improve student life as Co-President of the Kin Society, a Peer Mentor, & member of the Kin Faculty Council & Undergrad Committee. Anna is DCRO for the SU. She loves to volunteer in her community for Special Olympics, Pine Grove Nursing Home & the F'ton Soup Kitchen.

aiden schenkels

Aiden is a fifth year chemical engineering student who loves to ski and is committed to ensuring that everyone else on the mountain has a safe and enjoyable experience. As a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol at Crabbe Mountain, Aiden provides first aid and rescue services to anyone that requires them. This extends beyond the mountain where he regularly provides first response services at Harvest Jazz, local rugby matches and other events around town.

jake stillwell

Despite going to school in his hometown, Jake has always felt a strong desire to reach out. Working for Worlds UNBound, a non-profit on campus that provides safe, non-competitive spaces for at-risk youth to explore STEM topics, he has designed and delivered workshops for eager, young minds of all ages. He is also an avid member of Best Buddies, and the president of the Public Health chapter of UNB Global Brigades, a group aimed at implementing sustainable solutions to global health inequities.

jackie toner

Raised in the small town of Grand Bay-Westfield, NB, Jackie was forced to stay in the closet. After coming to UNB she was able to come alive and advocate for herself and fellow LGBTQ+ students. Jackie has been the LGBTQ+ UNBSU Councillor for the past 2 years, and VP Student Events of Qmunity UNB. They drafted UNBSU identity policy, brought the TDOR ceremony to campus and try to make a difference for queer students at UNB. Jackie is proud to be openly gay & help future UNB LGBTQ+ students.

National Geomatics Competition Organizing Committee

The NGC was created with three core goals, to: 1. promote the profession of geomatics 2. network students and professionals 3. showcase student talent. The NGC OC has spent the last year planning the event, and we are poised to host 30 delegates and a number of professionals from across the country during the event in February. This group should be considered for the Community Outreach Award because we have laid the groundwork to galvanize the Canadian geomatics community for years to come.

UNB mental health association

As one of the first mental health clubs at UNBF, UNB MHA is redefining mental health awareness on campus and establishing a strong sense of community through engaging, empowering, and educating UNB students on mental health challenges. UNB MHA enables club members to take action through offering them a platform to implement ideas, so that everyone’s voices can be heard. UNB MHA connects students with other mental health resources on campus, aiming to address mental health needs effectively.


UNB S.P.R.I.N.G. is a club that partners university student volunteers and children with disabilities from the Fredericton community for weekly 2-hour gym and swim sessions. This club boasts a volunteer roster of 70+ students and is proud to have participants representing nearly all disciplines and years of study at UNB. The welcoming atmosphere at S.P.R.I.N.G. gives rise a diverse group of young adults and children who are able to connect with, befriend, and learn from each other each week.

UNB Woodsmen Team

The 52nd Annual UNB Woodsmen Competition deserves to be the campus event of the year for many reasons. This is an event that is entirely organized and set up by members of the team. We rally over 50 student volunteers to help judge and time our events, and everyone who gets involved has a really great time. Our stands are full of people from the community that are intrigued to watch our events. The event brings in teams from Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Maine to compete.

The Atlantic Student Research Journal

The ASRJ is an all-encompassing way to connect students with health-related research being done in Atlantic Canada. Not only is the initiative unique to UNB but one of few offered in the entirety of North America. The ASRJ aims to break down barriers that students face when looking to get involved in research. In addition to publishing peer-reviewed articles, resources are available for students to connect with researchers, including an events noticeboard and featured local researchers.

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