By Greg Knill – Chilliwack Progress Published: September 03, 2012 8:00 AM It is a fitting postscript to the political career of John Les that UFV began classes this week at the new Chilliwack campus at Canada Education Park. Just days after the MLA announced his decision not to seek re-election, students are filing into [...]
Students from UFV spent the summer in Africa working with UN affiliated programs to both educate women, and create a connection with a primary school in the Fraser Valley. Working with ICT portal for girls, an affiliate of the UN, students hosted a seminar aimed at teaching young women how to work with technological tools [...]
If you’re taking classes at the University of the Fraser Valley’s Chilliwack campus this fall, take note: UFV has moved! Except for a few specialized theatre and agricultural courses and activities, all Chilliwack courses are now offered at the UFV campus at the Canada Education Park. UFV’s Trades and Technology Centre has been located at [...]
Working with NASA is a dream for most scientists. And it’s something a group of University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) students were able to experience during a recent research trip to south central B.C. The group spent two days at Kelly Lake, near Clinton, in late July, collecting data to learn more about the [...]
By Shawn Conner, Vancouver Sun In a forum that pulls together topics ranging from mandatory courses to traditional long-houses, Canadian educators and administrators are meeting this week to look at ways to better integrate First Nations values and culture into post-secondary institutions. The first of its kind, the gathering Monday and Tuesday at the University [...]
UFV’s Harv McCullough was recently featured in an article by BC Jobs Plan. Read the full article below. Robots, Cows and Trades Training in the Fraser Valley Harv McCullough jokes that although he started with a trade certification, his real education came from the school of hard knocks. “People shouldn’t have to go through the [...]
It’s one thing to incorporate indigenous content into courses and programs. But the University of the Fraser Valley is taking the concept of partnering with the Aboriginal community to a new level by committing to the concept of “indigenizing” the academy. What this means and how it is achieved will be the subject of a [...]
After most classes ended in May, the work of one small group of students continued. For the first time last year, UFV introduced a three-course project called the Lens of Empowerment. The students worked with digital photography and video production, then used these skills to dive into specific topics related to women and identity in [...]
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- Champions for Health receive government kudos in Antigua May 17, 2013
- Top young math minds compete for $14,400 in UFV scholarships May 17, 2013
- Stantec brings home international honours for UFV project at Canada Education Park May 17, 2013
- Too Many Big Paintings for such a small space May 17, 2013
- UFV hosts its first ever post-doctoral fellows May 16, 2013
- UFV Theatre department announces new season April 3, 2013
- Car in a day makeover — the video! March 27, 2013
- UFV connections to provincial election are many and varied April 25, 2013
- Impressive ILO updates at Provost forum & open house April 29, 2013
- 2013 fashion show an Absolute success April 29, 2013
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