Mission STU Possible: Welcome Week 2016 We're counting down to Welcome Week 2016! Stay up to date on important details and events for your first week at STU. More…
STU Graduate Working to Fight Stigma Around Homelessness Jessica Jones, BA '16, discusses her position as the Donor Relations Coordinator for Fredericton Homeless Shelters More…
STU Psychology Earns Worldwide Attention for Research Research by Dr. Michelle Lafrance, Dr. Monika Stelzl, and alumna Emily Thomas sparked an international conversation about why some women fake orgasm. More…
“The Power, Honour, and Privilege of Being A Teacher” Don Bossé, BA’82, BEd’83, Advises Graduates That Teaching is About More Than Academics More…
Hon. Graydon Nicholas and Ilkay Silk Named to Order of Canada Two members of the STU community will receive Canada’s highest civilian honour in recognition of their long-standing contributions to the province. More…
Harrington Hall is Getting a Modern Look and Updated Living Spaces The renewal project will take one year. Harrington Hall will reopen in September 2017. More…
Incoming September 2016 Students Get to know your soon-to-be classmates and housemates on Facebook! More…
Psychology Students Win Awards at Science Atlantic Conference Karen Buckle, BA'16, and Laura Prichard, BA'16, earn research and communication awards at Science Atlantic Conference More…
"Ending Homelessness is Possible" - Lecture August 5 Push for Change Public Lecture with Joe Roberts, former homeless youth turned successful entrepreneur More…
Where Will Your Degree Take You? Visit the STU Alumni Career Network to see how graduates are using their Bachelor of Arts in business, human rights, advocacy, law, marketing, and social work. More…
STU Recognized for Being an Inclusive Community Felomena Deogratsias, BA'18, and Professors Dr. Christina Szurlej and Dr. Erin Fredericks spoke about stereotypes, racism, and prejudices with 200 students. More…
Writer and Editor Peter Simpson Named Irving Chair in Journalism The former arts-editor-at-large and opinion page editor at Ottawa Citizen will be the Irving Chair starting in September. More…