Teaching Languages Talk Series: Pluralistic approaches in Mexico: decolonizing language learning, decolonizing research

Join UFV Modern Languages on the first panel of the Teaching Languages Talk Series! On this panel, Dr. Despagne will share her insights on language teaching and language research as well as present her book “Decolonizing Language Learning, decolonizing research: a critical ethnography study in a Mexican university.” — Note from the guest speaker: In … Read more

Meaningfulness of Work Workshop — Oct 5

Workforce Connection is excited to bring you the Meaningfulness of Work workshop, where you will describe the sources of work meaningfulness; identify what sources of work meaningfulness are most personally relevant; and implement strategies for enhancing the meaningfulness of their own work. Join Professor Kristen Roberson of UFV’s School of Business for a one-hour virtual … Read more

Mitchell Wiebe artist talk — Wed, Oct 6

Artist Talk: Mitchell Wiebe. Wednesday, Oct 6, from 1-2 pm. A co-hosted event with The Reach Gallery Museum Halifax-based artist Mitchell Wiebe is currently exhibiting his major touring exhibition VampSites at The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford. Combining the artist’s distinctive paintings with an installation of “parasitic architecture”, VampSites is an experiment in exhibition as … Read more

They Only Love Us When We Are Starving exhibit — Oct 5-29

They Only Love Us When We Are Starving Isabella Dagnino On view October 5–29, 2021 at the S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery. This exhibition features UFV alumna Isabella Dagnino’s most recent project entitled “They Only Love Us When We Are Starving”. Pulling from traditional stories and language Dagnino uses their lens as a visual storyteller to express … Read more


  The UFV Indigenous Student Centre, in partnership with the Indigenous Affairs Office and the Student Union Society at UFV, presents LEXÉYWA ART ACTIVISM — A RECALLING OF A RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL EXPERIENCE Art Exhibition in Evered Hall, S1114, Abbotsford campus Tues and Wed, Sept 28 & 29 9 am-8 pm GUEST SPEAKERS Tues, Sept 28: … Read more

Open Education Working Group meeting — Oct 5

Over the past year, there has been some progress on open education initiatives at UFV. UFV was the recipient of a BC Campus Open Education Foundations Grant for Institutions, and with matching funds from the Provost’s Office, this grant is funding the pilot Open Education Faculty Fellows program: https://libguides.ufv.ca/OpenEducationFacultyFellows. In order to build on this … Read more

Understanding Accommodate and Accommodation Letters — Sept 22

Understanding Accommodate and Accommodation Letters The Centre for Accessibility Services invites faculty to join us in introducing our new online Accessibility platform, Accommodate, that launched Fall 2020. We will go over what to expect from Accommodate, and how to access Accommodation Letters for students in your courses. We invite faculty to come to participate in … Read more

Campus Engagement Expo — Abbotsford campus

Come and discover opportunities to get involved on campus and in the community! Over 40 student clubs and associations, UFV and SUS services, and community groups will be showcased at this event. Wed, Sept 29 11 am-1:30 pm Abbotsford Campus Green https://mycampuslife.ufv.ca/event/187168 For more information, contact sheila mckay at sheila.mckay@ufv.ca 09/30/2021

Campus Engagement Expo — Chilliwack campus

Come and discover opportunities to get involved on campus and in the community! Over 40 student clubs and associations, UFV and SUS services, and community groups will be showcased at this event. Wed, Oct 6 11 am-1 pm CEP Building A Atrium https://mycampuslife.ufv.ca/event/187169 For more information, contact sheila mckay at sheila.mckay@ufv.ca 10/07/2021

Panel Discussion: The Afghan Refugee Crisis

THE AFGHAN REFUGEE CRISIS: CONFLICT, COMPASSION, AND ACTION AN ACTION-ORIENTED CONVERSATION ABOUT THE AFGHAN REFUGEE CRISIS. To mark the UN International Day of Peace, and this year’s theme of “Recovering Better for an Equitable and Sustainable World,” PARC will host a live virtual panel event titled: The Afghan Refugee Crisis – Conflict, Compassion, and Action. … Read more

Panel discussion: The Afghan Refugee Crisis: Conflict, Compassion, and Action — Sept 21

About this event: Many of us are aware of the unfolding humanitarian and refugee crisis in Afghanistan following the end of a 20-year US-led coalition war. This war culminated in the withdrawal of American troops and its NATO allies, including Canada, in mid-August 2021. Under the backdrop of concern about a potential return to oppressive … Read more

Online Co-op information sessions — Sept 15 and 21

Looking for relevant work experience? Attend an upcoming online Co-op info session to find out how you can combine your academic studies with relevant paid work experience! Hosted by our co-op coordinators, the session will include the details, benefits, program requirements and how to apply to the Co-op program. There will be an opportunity for … Read more

Provost Lunch and Learn — Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) — Sept 22

Provost and VP Academic “Lunch and Learn” — Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) Many of our students gain valuable knowledge and skills outside of their academic classrooms; however, very few are able to have their prior knowledge and skills recognized to meet their academic goals at UFV.  Join Amanda Roberts, UFV’s PLAR Manager, to … Read more