UFV Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights, and Land Claims certificate

Undergrads add career-enhancing credential to résumé with Land Claims certificate

Thinking of a career in politics, law, education, social work, human rights, public administration, or international development? In any of these professions, you can give yourself a leg up by developing a strong understanding of the history of Indigenous land claims and treaties in Canada. And with UFV’s four-week, twelve-credit Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights and […]

Learn cool things quickly at faculty microlectures — Feb 21

Would you like to know more about cocktail culture, hadrons,  ketogenic diets, property crime in Abbotsford, and other topics? UFV is once again presenting microlectures by faculty members on Tues, Feb 21, at 11:30 am in the Roadrunner lounge in Building A of the Abbotsford campus. Expand your academic palate and sample new subject areas […]

Comfy colleagues warming to UFV blanket initiative

UFV employees are warming up to a new Facilities program that provides fleece blankets to freezing offices. Spearheaded by Energy Manager Blair McFarlane, the branded blanket initiative has already fallen into the laps of about 70 people. The goal is to ensure employees enjoy a comfortable work space, while reducing the use of space heaters […]

UFV offers spring break camps to keep kids active

Want to make sure your kids stay active this spring break? Join the UFV Cascades and UFV Kinesiology students for a physical literacy camp over March break that will have your child learning through PLAY! During this week, your child will work on developing their fundamental movement skills like running, jumping, and catching. We will […]

UFV to appoint interim President

The University of the Fraser Valley Board of Governors will appoint an interim president when Dr. Mark Evered – the university’s current president – retires at the end of June. The Board launched the search for UFV’s next president and vice-chancellor one year ago. The process engaged stakeholders on campus and throughout the Fraser Valley. […]

New exhibit documents the long struggle for the South Asian vote in Canada

The Indo-Canadian community has been part of the Canadian multicultural mosaic for more that 100 years. Its members contributed to society and help build the economy during the early decades of their time here without having the right to express their opinions through voting in provincial or federal elections. In current times, candidates running for […]