Two authors with UFV connections BC Book Prize finalists

Two authors with UFV connections have been named a finalists for a BC Book Prize. English associate professor Andrea MacPherson’s most recent novel What We Once Believed is in the running for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize, through the BC Book Prizes. What We Once Believed (Publisher: Caitlin Press) is the story of Maybe Collins, […]

Turn your learning into earning with UFV Career Fair on March 8

Looking to transition from student to employee and launch your career? Or find summer work? Check out the 2018 Career Fair! Find out what skills you need to get picked. Turn your certificate, diploma, or degree into dollars. Meet with graduate schools and over 45 employers. Don’t miss your chance to win 1 of 3 […]

Indigenous film series continues March 14 with local Sto:lo films

Indigenous Film Screening at UFV: Sto:lo Films, March 14, 2018 Part two of the Indigenous Film Screenings at the University of the Fraser Valley will feature a tribute to the traditional territory and vibrant and dynamic culture of the Sto:lo people. This series will feature a selection of films about Sto:lo culture and history. Special […]

UFV Theatre brings dark comedy to life with Problem Child

The University of the Fraser Valley hosts its third production of the 2017/18 Season of Theatre with Problem Child by George F. Walker. Directed by UFV faculty member Raϊna von Waldenburg,  this performance is executed with the interesting twist of a comic book aesthetic, with costumes, set, and hair & makeup designed to fit this […]

UFV harm reduction initiative offers free Naloxone training and kits

Another unique opportunity to receive potentially life-saving medication comes to UFV March 5. The student-driven harm reduction initiative provides Naloxone training and access to free take-home Naloxone (THN) kits at sessions in Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The Opioid and Naloxone Awareness Day event – also featuring interactive educational booths – is driven by UFV Social Work […]

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 around the world. And with UFV’s four-week, twelve-credit Indigenous […]

UFV one of 20 universities to receive QE Scholars funding for 2018

20 Canadian universities awarded $5.8M to cultivate next generation of global leadership (OTTAWA, ON) February 22, 2018 – The most recent round of the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program, often referred to as the Queen Elizabeth Scholars program (QES), will see $5.8 million of funding to support 650 students in 20 Canadian […]

UFV named one of BC’s Top Employers for fourth year

It’s getting to be a habit. For the fourth year running, the University of the Fraser Valley has been named one of BC’s Top Employers. UFV was selected because, among other reasons and criteria met, the university: encourages lifelong learning with tuition subsidies for courses related to an employees’ current role, subsidies for professional accreditation […]