Business Programs at University of Fredericton in Candidacy for Additional Accreditation with ACBSP

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Sandermoen School of Business students take home first place at SBI Annual Conference

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UFred hosts Breakfast for NAOSH Week 2016

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On Tuesday May 3rd, the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) New Brunswick Chapter hosted six breakfasts across the province in support of NAOSH Week 2016.

Participants heard from mental health expert, and UFred professor Dr. Joti Samra. To hear Dr. Samra’s presentation, click here.

For more information on the University of Fredericton’s Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Certificate programs, click here.

 

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UFred Hosts Breakfast for NAOSH Week 2016

On Tuesday May 3rd, the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) New Brunswick Chapter hosted six breakfasts across the province in support of NAOSH Week 2016. NAOSH Week was first launched in 1997, marking an agreement between Canada, the United States, and Mexico to work together to advocate for healthy and safe workplace standards. Today, CSSE is responsible for the event across Canada, working to promote the importance of raising awareness, and reducing injuries and illness in the workplace. The…

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University of Fredericton instructor Dianne Dyck publishes two new Health & Safety textbooks with applied focus

University of Fredericton instructor Dianne Dyck recently published two new textbooks for health and safety professionals that allow readers to apply the information directly to their workplace, regardless of industry. Occupational Health & Safety – Theory, Strategy & Industry Practice, 3rd Edition will guide readers on how to design and implement an effective occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system and program. The content includes topics such as who should be involved, the legalities and ethics to consider, how to…

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Business Programs at University of Fredericton in Candidacy for Additional Accreditation with ACBSP

FREDERICTON, March 4, 2016/ — The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the University of Fredericton are pleased to announce that the University of Fredericton is a candidate for ACBSP accreditation of business programs offered through the Sandermoen School of Business. The business programs at the University of Fredericton have been fully accredited by the Province of New Brunswick since 2007. The ACBSP accreditation will stand in addition to the provincial accreditation. As a candidate for ACBSP accreditation,…

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Sandermoen School of Business students take home first place at SBI Annual Conference

The Sandermoen School of Business made an impact at the SBI 2016 Annual Conference this year, earning first place in the Project of the Year Graduate Business Plan category. Students Eda Wallace, Adam Shaen, Deline Comeau, Nicholas Weedon, and James Budd submitted a business plan project titled “St. Andrew’s College”, which was adapted from their Integration Course, the capstone project of the MBA program. It was announced that the Project had been awarded first place in its category in early…

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