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UFV harm reduction initiative offers free Naloxone training and kits

Another unique opportunity to receive potentially life-saving medication comes to UFV March 5. The student-driven harm reduction initiative provides Naloxone training and access to free take-home Naloxone (THN) kits at sessions in Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The Opioid and Naloxone Awareness Day event – also featuring interactive educational booths – is driven by UFV Social Work […]

UFV one of 20 universities to receive QE Scholars funding for 2018

20 Canadian universities awarded $5.8M to cultivate next generation of global leadership (OTTAWA, ON) February 22, 2018 – The most recent round of the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program, often referred to as the Queen Elizabeth Scholars program (QES), will see $5.8 million of funding to support 650 students in 20 Canadian […]

New home page launched

The UFV Web team in University Relations has launched a new look for the home page. As the front door of our web presence, this very visible page is a significant milestone in a much bigger project through which 96 out of 175 UFV sites have been redesigned and published. The last major overhaul of […]

Feed your brain with Faculty Microlectures

Would you like to know about biopods, anger awareness, space culture, and maintaining relationships with people with dementia? How about pandiculation for pain relief, ketogenic diets, and new methods of reducing littering? UFV is once again presenting microlectures by faculty members on Tues, Feb 20, at 11:30 am in the Spirit Bear cafe/lounge in Building […]

UFV offers indigenous film series — starting Feb 21

The University of the Fraser Valley will be featuring screenings of Indigenous films in February, March, and April beginning with The Road Forward (Marie Clements, National Film Board, 2017). The Road Forward is a musical documentary by Indigenous playwright, performer, director, producer and screenwriter Marie Clements. The film connects a pivotal moment in Canada’s civil […]

Learn more about evidence-based decision making in UFV course

When you’re trying to make a decision, do you rely on hunches, conventional wisdom, or your previous experience? Or maybe even flipping a coin? Have you ever tried applying a more formal, evidence-based approach? The University of the Fraser Valley invites people tasked with decision making in their work or personal life to explore the […]

Experience Intimacy with UFV Theatre this February

Get ready for an intimate view of modern human relations when the University of the Fraser Valley Theatre department mounts its second performance of the 2017/18 Season of Theatre this February. Intimacy is a “bare it all” play that explores the relationship between intimacy, orientation, sexuality, and identity. Arising from the curiosity of one inspired […]

Billeh Nickerson returns to Fraser Valley roots as writer-in-residence

UFV is welcoming a Valley Boy back to his roots as its 2018 writer-in-residence. Billeh Nickerson will take on the residency, which is funded by the Kuldip Gill Writing Fellowship, for the winter semester. Nickerson is the author of five books including the 2014 City of Vancouver Book Award- nominated Artificial Cherry. He is also a […]

Joanne MacLean to be UFV’s next President

Dr. Joanne MacLean will be the new President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Fraser Valley. MacLean is currently Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UFV and will officially assume her new role on May 1, 2018. She replaces Jackie Hogan, who has held the office on an interim basis since June, […]