Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations

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FNBFA's Mission

The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations is the voice of university faculty and academic librarians across the province. We seek to advance our members’ professional interests and to improve the quality of our education system.

The FNBFA represents 1,800 regular and contract academics through its six member associations.


Communications: Chair, Jean Sauvageau (FAUST)

Prix Nicole Raymond Award: Members: Annie Hélène Boudreau (APPUMCS); Linda Lequin (ABPPUM); Lucy Wilson (AUNBT)

Legal Assistance: Members: Michèle Caron (ABPPUM); Linda Lequin (ABPPUM); Moira McLaughlin (FAUST)

Scholarship Members: Chair, Gerald Clarke (AUNBT); Vice chair, Mary Lou Babineau (FAUST); Étienne Dako (ABPPUM)

Scholarship: In 1990, the Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) created the FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship in honor of Dr. George Peter Semeluk. Dr. Semeluk was the founding member and leading volunteer of the Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations and over a 30-year span, he held several positions. The FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship is intended to preserve the memory of his service and his role as a worthy model for students and faculty members. The FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship is a four or five year renewable scholarship, awarded annually to a student enrolled in a bachelor’s program at a New Brunswick university. The amount of the scholarship is $5,000 yearly during a continuous course of studies leading to an undergraduate degree. The scholarship is renewable as long as the student is enrolled at a New Brunswick university and maintains a B+ average. The selection criteria are excellence and the financial need of the candidate. The seven university campuses of the province each nominate two candidates – one male, one female – from which the Scholarship Awards Committee selects the winner.

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