Hey everyone! This is my third year as your Forestry and Environmental Management Representative on the UNBSU. I was born and raised in a little Acadian fishing village just outside the Cape Breton Highlands National Park called Chéticamp, on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island. I transferred to UNB from l’Université de Moncton in 2015, and am now currently undertaking my fourth, and final, year of Forestry. I love being outdoors (especially in the summer), and try to spend as much time as I can in nature, doing things such as biking, hiking, and being a beach bum. When indoors (especially in winter), I like to play volleyball, or go to the gym. My hobbies also include reading novels, listening to a diverse array of music, as well as watching films .
Computer Science Councillor
Office Hours Sundays from 6pm-7pm SUB Atrium
Hi Folks! My name is Shanece (like Sha-Nephew), and I’m going into my fourth year of electrical engineering. This is my third year on council as last year I was the engineering representative, and the year before I acted as the residence representative! You can often find me lingering around the hallways in head hall at odd hours of the night, or in the SUB waiting in line for some coffee! I’m always excited to meet new people, so if you see me around campus feel free to stop and chat! If you have any questions, or concerns just shoot me an email!
Hi! My name is Emily (some call me Milly), I am a third year nursing student here. Things that I enjoy include: meeting new people, good conversations, and all things relative to art. You can find me in scrubs, or when I am not caring for patients- wearing something mustard yellow (probably procrastinating my studies by talking to someone I bumped into) at the SUB or HIL. Any questions/concerns regarding campus, school, or nursing?? Ask me if you see my face around, or simply shoot me an email!
Renaissance College Councillor
Office Hours Sundays 2pm-4pm SUB Atrium
Hi UNB! I’m Grace, a third year Renaissance College student from Quispamsis, NB, and I’m thrilled to be representing my small, but mighty, faculty as the Renaissance College Faculty Councillor for the 2018-2019 academic year. I have spent the past two years as a member of the Renaissance College Society (RCS) and I look forward to linking my position on council with my role as President of RCS this year. The students at Renaissance College continue to amaze me with their passion, motivation, and dedication to life on- and off- campus. I aspire to continue developing the prominence of RC at UNB by working with the Student Union to support and connect students as positive and contributing members of the student body, but also, effective leaders and change-makers in the Fredericton community and beyond.
As Lead Proctor in Bridges House, Co-President of UNB S.P.R.I.N.G., and a Campus Tour Guide with UNB Recruitment, I have enjoyed many opportunities interacting with the innovative, inspiring, and continuously evolving student body at UNB and am excited to become involved with the Student Union this year. I can often be found all around campus so if you see me, don’t hesitate to stop and say hello! I would be happy to chat with you about all things RC!