UFV launches collaborative reconciliation program in partnership with Stó:lō agencies

The University of the Fraser Valley is collaborating with a group of Stó:lō agencies to offer an educational program that will help participants enhance their capacity for reconciliation building. Xwelítem Siyáya: Allyship and Reconciliation Building will be offered by the UFV Peace and Reconciliation Centre (PARC), in partnership with the Stó:lō Nation, the Stó:lō Tribal […]

Looking for UFV love (stories)

Did your romance blossom in the library stacks? Did you meet your beloved in the classroom? Did you kindle the fire of love with coffee at Fairgrounds? Did your “meet cute” with your sweetie occur on a field trip or a UFV event or on a long bus ride for a Cascade teams road trip? […]

Amy Mykes named UFV’s new Director of Community Programming and Experience

Amy Mykes (she/her) has been named as the new Director of Community Programming and Experience at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). She joins UFV after several years at the University of Calgary (UCalgary), most recently with their Alumni Engagement Team. Mykes started with UCalgary in January 2016, joining the Government and Community Engagement […]

Flood Stories to be on display at The Reach

UFV’s Flood Stories project collected introspective and impactful stories, images, art, and insights from people affected by the devastating Sumas Prairie flood of November 2021 and related environmental disasters. Now the public will be able to view the results of the project at a special exhibition at Abbotsford’s The Reach Gallery Museum. The Flood Stories […]

Get fit in 2023 with UFV Campus Rec — try before you buy until January 20

Looking for fitness options that work well with your job or class schedules? Check out UFV Campus Recreation’s menu of offerings. Until January 20, you can try before you buy! The Try before you Buy event is for fitness classes, and drop-in sports. During this period, intramural times will also be run as a drop-in […]

UFV presents panel discussion on civic and Indigenous relationship building — Jan 19

Conscientious municipal employees know that consulting with Indigenous neighbours or stakeholders is a key part of any planning process. The University of the Fraser Valley recognizes the importance of such consultation and is offering a panel discussion that will explore strengthening civic-Indigenous relationships. Fostering Connections That Last: Conversations in Civic and Indigenous Relationship Building will […]