The development of the Harriet Irving Library Research Commons, generously supported by the Arthur L. Irving Family Foundation, has transformed the third floor of the Harriet Irving Library into a modern, interdisciplinary, research-driven learning environment to further innovation, scholarship, and research at UNB.
On a foundation of new spaces, technologies, and programming, the Research Commons is building toward UNB's Toward 2030 objectives, with an emphasis on transformative education, community engagement, and research impact.
To learn about the Research Commons and to book spaces and technologies, consult the sections below. Beyond the highlighted spaces, there are 10 group study rooms open to UNB student use and several open areas with varied seating options, whiteboards, and LCD screens for mobile connectivity.
Contact Marc Bragdon (email@example.com), Head of the Research Commons or Jhanvi Joshi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Research Commons Interim Manager, to learn more.
Team + Expertise
Connect with various members of the Research Commons team.
Project support that leverages spaces, tech, and know-how
Details on the latest offerings in the Research Commons, with links to past sessions.
Request Spaces / Book Studios or Group Study Rooms
Request Research Commons Space Book Studio Space Book Group Study Rooms
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