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Building Name: Ethel Singer Hall
Other Names: Singer Hall
Civic Address: 7 Macaulay Lane
Sod Turning: [1986?]
Cornerstone Laying: [ca.1987]
Opened for Use: September 1987
Official Opening: 17 October 1987 by William Quartermain and Helen Scott (BA'20)
Architect: Mott, Myles and Chatwin
Named for: Ethel Frances Singer (BA'35, MA'37), the first Jewish woman to graduate from UNB.
Plaque Inscription: Ethel Frances Singer Hall Ethel Frances Singer, B.A.'35, M.A.'38, was the first Jewish woman to graduate from the University of New Brunswick. This building was erected in her memory through the generosity of her sister, Sadie Rebecca Singer. Ethel Singer was born in Sussex, N.B., and died on November 8, 1961, in Moncton, N.B., at the age of forty six.
Notes: The building, a four-storey extension to the south wall of Tilley Hall, is home to the Faculty of Administration and the Department of Economics, with room for office space, classrooms, and computer labs. It brought together for the first time all of the faculty and staff of the Administration Faculty, which had previously been spread across the Fredericton campus. A time capsule was placed in Singer Hall in June 1987, containing mementos of the year, including a solar powered calculator and a computer disk with a message for those opening the capsule in fifty years.
- Leroux, John. Building A University: The Architecture of UNB. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010, p. 115.
- UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 2; Singer Hall.
- Plaque inscription: University of New Brunswick Public Relations Department Photograph Collection; Series 2; Sub-series 4; File 819; Item 5.
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