Long-term employees Alan Cameron (40 years!), Doug Hudson (35 years), Shelley Hayes (30 years), Bob Peters (35 years), and Ian Fenwick (35 years).

UFV celebrates long-term employees

More than 100 UFV employees are marking an important milestone this year. Those who have been employed for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 40 years were honored at an evening ceremony on May 6. One, Alan Cameron of Modern Languages, has been working here since just after the end of the Vietnam war in […]

Math Contest winners 2015

UFV hosts secondary school math contest

UFV hosted the B.C. Secondary Schools math contest for the 18th time on Fri, May 1. The event included 70 juniors and 54 seniors. Contestants can win up to $2,400 each in UFV tuition waivers. Winners included: Junior Division (Grade 10 and under) Cavizshajan Skanthan, Meadowridge School Courtenay Chu, Pacific Academy Jiwon Min, Yale Secondary […]

Amarjit-Kingra-102308UFV4-LR

Top 40 Alumni: Amar Kingra — Criminal justice is all in the family for Kingras

Abbotsford Police Staff Sgt. Amar Kingra’s family has a very close relationship with two major Fraser Valley organizations. One is the Abbotsford Police Department, which Amar joined in 1981. His nephew, Constable Charn Kingra (also a UFV alumnus and a sessional criminology instructor), followed him into the force in 1996. And just last year, his […]

UFV receives Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship funding for urban food systems exchange program

The world’s food supply is under pressure from climate change, population growth, drought, and other changing factors. A University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) study examining the sustainability of food production has received key funding from the recently established Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program. The project, entitled Urban Food Systems in Dar […]

UFV offers a four-week Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights and Land Claims certificate in Summer 2015

Still time to sign up for unique four-week certificate to study indigenous land claims

All over the world, Aboriginal people are bringing forward land claims. What’s in it for them? Can Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people find mutually-acceptable ways to resolve these claims and avoid controversy? To help shed light on these complex questions, the University of the Fraser Valley offers a unique four-week certificate program Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights […]

UFV 2025 forum — an update on the UFV visioning process

The world is changing dramatically and so are universities. The future of the University of the Fraser Valley depends on how we prepare for and position ourselves within this new world. This is your chance to help shape that future. Tues, April 28 Abby B140 3:30 to 5 pm The UFV 2025 Visioning Committee has […]

css.php