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Extended hours at the Harriet Irving Library

We're excited to announce our extended hours!

 November 17 - December 18

During this period the Harriet Irving Library will be open until 2am from Sunday - Thursday.
Library Services will be available until 10pm.
You will need your UCard to be allowed in the building from 10pm - 2am.

HOURS:

Monday – Thursday 7:30am – 2:00am (Library Services available until 10pm)
Friday – Saturday 7:30am – Midnight  
Sunday 10:00am – 2:00am (Library Services available until 10pm)

 

Complete Hours of Operation

In Charge: Women Talk Entrepreneurship

UNB Libraries will be hosting a library run speaking series called In Charge: Women Talk Entrepreneurship. The series invite inspiring women to share their entrepreneurial story and speak about the businesses, initiatives, and organizations they have founded and operate. It will be an open and inclusive event for all genders, faculties, and members of the Fredericton community.

The first speaker will be Susan Holt on November 20, 2019 at 4:30pm with a networking reception to follow at 5:30pm until 6:00pm in the Milham Room, Harriet Irving Library. Light refreshments provided!
This event will coincide with Global Entrepreneurship Week and the weeklong activities planned on campus.

 

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