Jackie Hogan appointed Interim President of UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley Board of Governors unanimously appoints Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President Administration Jackie Hogan as Interim President and Vice-Chancellor, effective July 1. Hogan will succeed Dr. Mark Evered upon his planned retirement, while the search for UFV’s next president continues. “UFV has an admirable leadership team, and I am absolutely […]

UFV part of BCTECH Summit — March 14 & 15

UFV is going to be part of BC’s largest tech conference. On March 14 and 15, the #BCTECH Summit will take over the Vancouver Convention Centre. This is an opportunity not only to bring together BC’s vibrant and innovative tech community but also the convergence of traditional industries, business leaders, government and academia that are […]

Trades and Tech Centre opens doors on March 2 — come on in and try a trade!

From big machines, to 3d printing, to CNC routers, to robotics arms, the Trades and Technology Centre has a lot to show. Bring the family, tour the facilities, and learn about trades training in Chilliwack. The following activities will run in various shops: Heavy equipment simulator Drag race reaction timer:  test your reaction time in […]

UFV Theatre presents Bakkhai, a modern take on a Greek classic

UFV Theatre’s season of “Bright Ideas” continues with Bakkhai, a new version of Euripides’ Greek tragedy by celebrated Canadian writer, Anne Carson. This powerful play addresses the duality of human nature, the relationship between control and freedom, and their relative importance to society. Pentheus (Erich Petkau) has banned the wild, ritualistic worship of the god […]

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 […]