Obituary: Leslie Wood

Sad news: longtime biology lab technician Leslie Wood has passed away. She was a lab tech in the biology department for almost 35 years, from 1975 until her retirement in 2010. Celebration of life: Sun, June 16 3-5 pm Windsong Cohousing — 20543 96 Ave Langley https://www.ancientburials.com/obituaries/wood-leslie For more information, contact her daughter Liz McDowell … Read more

Growth – Discover. Explore. Learn — June 13

Valley Food + Farm Collective is collaborating with a team of UFV students to host a Children and Youth Community Market called Growth. We are focussed on teaching the upcoming generation about agriculture and locally sourced food in our community. Featuring: Youth Vendors Live Music Kids Activities Cooking Demos Pie Baking Contest Raffles & so … Read more

Drop-In Registration support — June 19 and 20

Newly admitted UFV students are welcome to come and receive support registering for courses. June 19-20, 3-6 pm. How to prepare before you attend: 1. Pay your $200 registration deposit (https://www.ufv.ca/future-students/go-to-university/tuition-fees/how-to-pay/) 2. Find your registration time on myUFV 3. Check out the timetable (https://www.ufv.ca/arfiles/includes/201909-timetable-with-changes.htm) 3. Build a potential schedule using a timetable worksheet (https://www.ufv.ca/media/assets/arts-advice-centre/blank+timetable+worksheet.pdf) June … Read more

Faculty of Science Dean’s Seminar Series — June 6

The Faculty of Science Dean’s Seminar Series Dr. James Inkster, Research Fellow, Department of Radiology Boston Children’s Hospital | Harvard Medical School Looking Inside the Body Without a Knife Developing Novel Probes for Medical Imaging — the case for 18F-Labelled Rhodamines Thurs, June 6 10:30-11:30 am Abby D215 https://blogs.ufv.ca/science/ For more information, contact Wendy Gracey … Read more

Harper to speak on BioDiet book — May 31

Kinesiology associate professor Dave Harper will speak about his recently released book, BioDiet (which is already a bestseller on Amazon Canada) at UFV on May 31. Harper will explain how our standard western diet has lead to epidemic levels of obesity, diabetes, and other chronic disease and how a well-formulated, ketogenic diet can prevent and … Read more

Applied Business Technology trade show

Join ABT students to test, sample, and learn about cutting-edge products and services. In ABT’s capstone course Web-based Business Communications, students integrate learning from across the program. Teams of students develop the concept for a product or service, design accompanying marketing materials and social media campaigns, and present their products and services at an in-class … Read more

Fitness classes in Chilliwack this spring and summer

Feel Good fitness programs will be running this Spring/Summer in Chilliwack (A2106), from May 13-July 31. These classes are FREE for UFV students as part of the SUS UPass program! Employee: if you would like to get a pass email campusrec@ufv.ca. Employee passes are $75 (10x) or $90 (unlimited). For fitness class schedule and class … Read more

Mental Health Week — May 6-10 — welcome to Day One

From May 6-10, UFV’s Counselling department is honouring CMHA’s Mental Health Week. Welcome to Day One of the Mental Health Week Challenge, brought to you by UFV Counsellors! From May 6-10, tune in for a daily challenge designed to get you thinking, moving, or inspired. Leave a comment below to share your experience!   Follow … Read more