Best Face Masks Contest! Deadline: Monday, SEPT 27 @ 5PM

Have you seen someone at UFV with THE BEST face mask around? ENTER them in Keep UFV Healthy Best Face Masks Contest! Those interested in participating in the contest, please submit name, contact number or email, and photo of person you believe has the best mask and indicate why you believe they are the best! … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Annabelle Czihaly

Thank you to the University of the Fraser Valley’s Faculty of Science and Faculty of Applied and Technical Studies for their tremendous support in granting myself and my fellow peers the opportunity to experience the 2021 London International Youth Science Forum. Although this years’ forum was held virtually, it still allowed me to connect with … Read more

Student Representative nominations for Science Faculty Council 2021/2022

The Faculty of Science is looking for 2 Student Representatives to sit on our Science Faculty Council. These positions are for a ONE YEAR term. The Mandate of the Science Faculty Council (SFC) shall: serve as the forum for sharing information and the discussion of academic matters receive recommendations related to academic programs, including but … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Heather Kelly

I want to start by giving a special thank you to UFV and the Faculty of Science for allowing me to take part in the 62nd annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF). Although I was not able to attend in person this year, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, it was still an unforgettable experience. … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Connor Frey

Though this year’s London International Youth Science Forum was in an online format, many of the best features of the forum were still experienced from home. Firstly, the opening day of the forum included very interesting keynote speakers, one of which by Professor Sarah Gilbert of Oxford University, the woman in charge of the development … Read more

Shakespeare Garden returns to UFV with an expanded purpose

On July 16th dozens gathered for the unveiling of UFV’s new Shakespeare Reconciliation Garden. This garden revives and reimagines UFV’s former Shakespeare Garden that was located at the Chilliwack North Campus. It was shut down in 2012 following the completion of the new campus on the south side of Chilliwack. Interdisciplinary Studies 300 (IDS 300) … Read more

Entry Level Analytical Laboratory Technician at Worker Bee Honey

Worker Bee Honey, the largest beekeeping operation in BC, is setting up an analytical lab to analyze honey samples collected around North America. Currently, a Bruker 400 MHz NMR Food Screener is on site with plans for also setting up quantitative PCR pollen analysis. In addition, collaborations with groups using Raman spectrometry and mass spectrometry … Read more

Congratulations to the 2021 UFV Undergraduate Research Excellence Award recipients

Each year, the UFV Research Office presents Undergraduate Research Excellence (URE) Awards to students who have conducted high-calibre research as part of the UFV Work Study program, as research assistants, or for an outstanding project as part of a course such as CityStudio. We are pleased to announce the following students from the Faculty of … Read more

UFV celebrates grads of 2021 and 2020 with a virtual Convocation

Article from UFV Today by Anne Russell, June 18, 2021 It was a Convocation for our COVID-19 times, held virtually and watched from around the world. The University of the Fraser Valley celebrated grads from the classes of 2020 and 2021 on June 18 with an online ceremony featuring insights from student speakers and honorary … Read more

Congratulations to Anmol Sharma, BSc graduate and recipient of the Faculty of Science Dean’s Medal for 2021

It is with great pleasure to announce that BSc Graduate, Anmol Sharma, has received the Faculty of Science Dean’s Medal for 2021. Dr. Lucy Lee, Dean of the Faculty of Science, presented him with his medal earlier this month. Anmol exceeded the criteria for the Dean’s medal with a GPA of 4.13, graduating from the … Read more