School of Business panel session: Bringing the world to the Fraser Valley, and the Fraser Valley to the world — Oct 1

This year, the UFV School of Business has an opportunity to welcome graduate students from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts to our campus. During their visit they will attend a panel session which focuses on how Fraser Valley businesses contribute to Canada’s economy and how various organizations and businesses are working to … Read more

Career Exploration & Life Planning workshops — Oct 3 and 8

Do you want to explore career options that fit your strengths, interests and values? This 2.5 hour workshop leads you through self-assessments, world of work assessments, and helps you decide on next steps in your career exploration. 4:30-7 pm Thurs, Oct 3 — Chilliwack campus OR Tues, Oct 8 — Abbotsford campus Call UFV Student … Read more

Construction is starting on Building A-East renewal

Construction has started on the exterior of Building A-East on the Abbotsford campus. The site office has been set up and over the next week materials will begin to arrive and exterior hoarding will be installed. For more information, contact For more information, contact Nicolle Bourget at 09/30/2019

UFV Alumni Association AGM — Sept 26 — Eric Davis to be honoured

Please join us on Thurs, September 26 at 6:45 pm for the UFV Alumni Association Annual General Meeting to be followed by a networking reception featuring this year’s Commemorative Wine and hors d’oeuvres. 6:45 pm: Annual General Meeting, Abby B121 7:30 pm: Networking & Awards Reception, Alumni Hall, Abby B201 This meeting of the UFV … Read more

Scholarly Sharing Initiative: Dystopia Across Cultures with Molleen Shilliday and Alan Cameron — Sept 25

Join us for the first session of UFV’s Scholarly Sharing Initiative, focusing on dystopias across cultures. Be uplifted by analysis! Be moved by insight! Ask your questions and share your ideas! Modern Languages professors Alan Cameron and Molleen Shilliday will speak on “Zamyatin’s We, Dystopia in the USSR” and “The Language and Purpose of Mourning … Read more

Apples: baking for the Fall — treasures from the Newman Western Canadian Cookbook Collection

Do you have lots of apples, and need some ideas on how to cook or bake with them? Check out the latest addition to the digitized cookbooks available in UFV’s institutional repository, HarvestIR. B.C. Tree Fruits Ltd. produced the B.C. apple recipe book in 1946, in Summerland. “This booklet of tested apple recipes is presented … Read more

UFV History department film series — Oct 3

UFV History department film series: “Food, Culture, and History”, Fall 2019 Screenings. Join fellow history faculty, students, and the public to watch and discuss “Mississippi Masala”. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. Free and open to the public. Film discussion to follow screenings. Contact for more information:,, or Thurs, Oct 3 3-5 … Read more

Design Thinking Innovation workshop — Sept 25

In this interactive, hands-on workshop you will experience “innovation in action” as you learn the principles of design-thinking innovation and explore how this tool can be used to foster creative, collaborative culture in your areas. You will also learn about the conditions that create environments for you and your teams to nurture and develop great … Read more

Audition opportunity for campus-wide music video production on climate crisis

Audition Notice: Dr. Carin Bondar (who has appeared as a science communicator on Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Animal Planet, Netflix) is directing a campus-wide music video project on the climate crisis. This video requires a major amount of UFV student involvement including five major roles (male or female). Direct-to-camera presence is a must! Rhythm or … Read more

Participate in an exercise program research study!

Researchers in the Kinesiology department are conducting a study to investigate the effect of an eight-week core stability exercise program on abdominal and back muscle activity, strength, and endurance. You will get to attend bi-weekly 30-minute classes for free at UFV Chilliwack campus. We are looking for people with and without a history of low … Read more