Get your Flu Shot

Get Your Flu Shot!

Friday, November 8th
10am - 2pm
Room 109, Harriet Irving Library
Open to everyone!


COST: $15 for students |  $25 for all others
PAYMENT: Cash or Cheque (some publicly funded vaccine available)

* Reminder, there is a mandatory 20 minute wait AFTER your injection.


Influenza Virus or “the flu” is a common upper respiratory infection. It often starts with a headache, body aches, chills and a cough or sore throat. You may also develop a fever, loss of appetite, fatigue, runny nose, and sneezing. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea may occur.

The flu can lead to missed time from work or school. It is very contagious, but also very preventable! GETTING A FLU SHOT EVERY YEAR IS ONE OF THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAYS TO PREVENT CATCHING THE FLU AND SPREADING IT TO OTHERS.

Flu Clinics

 

Appliance Energy Meters

In support of UNB Sustainability Week, UNB Libraries now has energy meters available for check out, thanks to a program with NB Power. With cold weather right around the corner, the meter can tell you how much energy appliances like space heaters or dorm refrigerators use over a period of time.

You can check out a meter for a 3-day loan period from these locations:

  • Harriet Irving Library
  • Science & Forestry Library
  • Engineering & Computer Science

Nobel Laureate, Dr. Arthur McDonald

The Bryan Priestman Memorial Lecture presents Nobel Laureate, Dr. Arthur McDonald!

October 3

  • 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Meet & Greet - Science & Forestry Library
  • 3:00 pm Science Colloquium - Bailey Auditorium, Room 146
  • Followed by a Reception - Bailey Hall, Room 27

October 4                                                                                               

  • 9:00 am - 11:00 am Meet & Greet - Science & Forestry Library
  • 7:00 pm Public Presentation - MacLaggan Auditorium, Room 105
  • Followed by a Reception  - Quartermain Earth Centre

National Observer

Did you know UNB Libraries subscribes to the National Observer?

Through unique, investigative reporting the National Observer provides the university community with insight into some of the most pressing issues (climate, energy, business, culture and politics) facing Canada.

Be sure to sign up for the daily briefing to receive their top stories and special reports delivered right to your inbox.

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Word Feast: Fredericton's Literary Festival

Shining a Light on New Brunswick Writers:

Collecting and Preserving our Literary Heritage

Friday, September 20, 2019
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Harriet Irving Library, Lobby

All are welcome to join Jocelyn Thompson and Christine Lovelace for a lively and interesting talk about The New Brunswickana Project and the Literary Archives at UNB Libraries. This is part of Word Feast: Fredericton's Literary Festival an annual literary festival in Fredericton comprised of readings, workshops, and more. Believing books are nourishing!

Welcoming Remarks – Lesley Balcom
The New Brunswickana Project – Jocelyne Thompson
Literary Archives at UNB Libraries – Christine Lovelace
Closing Remarks & Refreshments

There will be an accompanying display of recently published literary works from Frog Hollow, Goose Lane & Gaspereau Press.

 

Art Exhibition at the HIL: Magic in the Real

Magic in the Real: The Mystery That Breathes Behind Things

The Harriet Irving Library is pleased to present the most recent collection of drawings and micro-photographs by alumnus ('74), and College for Extended Learning instructor, Biff Mitchell. This newest exhibition Magic in the Real: The Mystery That Breathes Behind Things takes us on a journey into the woods. The photos imbue the silence and mystery of nature, while the abstract drawings on wood bring us deeper into the energy of movement and form within the forest itself. The collection offers the viewer time to contemplate the interconnectivity of nature to the human experience, and attempt to act as Mitchell states; "as a portal into vestiges of the tree’s life energy containing the tree’s memories."

 Mitchell is a well- respected Fredericton artist and the author of seven novels. An inventive photographer, Biff professes that "photography is my passion. Every second, from capturing the image to post-processing, is sheer joy."

 The show is located on the main floor of the HIL, and runs from September through the end of October. All are welcome.

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