UFV Adult Ed degree partners with prairie institutions for laddering options

New partnerships between the University of the Fraser Valley and Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Red River College will allow students from those institutions to receive advanced placement in UFV’s Adult Education degree program. The UFV Adult Education degree is designed for mid-career professionals who are teaching, administering, or developing instructional programs for adults, and/or providing educational […]

Anyone with UFV ID invited to Abby Agrifair for free on July 31

Thanks to the incredible market research done by students in David Dobson’s BUS 320 class for the Abbotsford Agrifair, the fair will be hosting a UFV Student Appreciation Evening! At 5 pm on Fri, July 31, anyone with a valid UFV ID card will get into the fair grounds for FREE (parking not included). This […]

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UFV receives more than $570,000 in federal research grants

Faculty and students at the University of the Fraser Valley will have more opportunities for research thanks to several new federally funded grants that were allocated recently. Ed Fast, the Member of Parliament for Abbotsford and Minister of International Trade, visited the Abbotsford campus of the University of the Fraser Valley to announce the research […]

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Whitney Fordham joins University Relations as Manager, Alumni Relations

Whitney Fordham has joined the University Relations team at UFV in the role of Manager, Alumni Relations. This is a term appointment until January of 2016. Fordham replaces Nancy Armitage, who left UFV to take the position of Director of Alumni Relations at BCIT. “I am very pleased to welcome Whitney to the University Relations […]

UFV staff and Chilliwack MLA's John Martin and Laurie Throness mark trades equipment funding announcement with electrical trades students.

BC Government invests in new trades training equipment at UFV

Chilliwack MLA John Martin and Chilliwack-Hope MLA Laurie Throness announced $192,651 from the province for new trades equipment to support UFV students training for occupations critical to the economy, as part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint. UFV will use the funding to purchase a HVAC trainer, an engine rebuild stand, a 110 tonne shop […]

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UFV’s Friesen helps Canadian cyclists prepare mentally for Pan Am competition

There’s more to high performance sport than being in top physical condition and training for months at a time. There’s also mental conditioning. Nobody knows that better than sports psychologist Roger Friesen of Abbotsford. He’s currently at the Pan Am Games in Ontario, supporting and cheering on several cyclists he works with, including the men’s […]

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