Save Your Semester: study skills workshops — Oct 30

Come by for some study tips and FREE healthy snacks! 12 pm — Learn Your Way: Discover Your Learning Style 1 pm — Too Many Assignments, Too Little Time 2 pm — De-stress for Test Success! Register today by contacting UFV Student services: Abbotsford, B214, 604-854-4528 Chiliwack (CEP), A1318, 604-795-2808 ufv.ca/counselling Brought to you by … Read more

Peacebuilding through Comprehensive Development at the Grassroots Level — Oct 24

PEACEBUILDING THROUGH COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT AT THE GRASS ROOTS LEVEL with Michael and Judie Bopp Based on over 10 years of work with 120 villages in the high Himalayan region of northern Pakistan bordering China and Afghanistan, as well as on extensive work with many First Nations in Canada, this presentation will focus on what it … Read more

Transgender Day of Remembrance — Nov 20

The Faculty and Staff Association, and the Student Union Society will be co-hosting Adrienne Smith, a trade union activist & advocate for transgender inclusion, to speak about: The history and continued violence against transgender people, and what society can do to become more inclusive of transgender rights. Please join us for this FREE event. To … Read more

The Great Agitator: Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times. A discussion with Dr. Carl Peters — Oct 24

Join us for a discussion with Dr. Carl Peters on A Great Agitator: Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times. Someone said: anyone can make you cry but it takes a genius to make you laugh. Charlie Chaplin in his films points out that it is a little more complicated than that. He shows us that in … Read more

What To Do With Your History Degree? — Oct 21

What to Do With Your History Degree is an event organized by the Association of History Students to showcase professions that are available for history students. This event allows university students to hear from past history students about their experiences in the workplace. Current history students are able to hear from alumni about job opportunities … Read more

Advanced Word Workshop — Nov 13

Learn advanced Microsoft Word skills. Topics may include form, index, table of contents, and tab stop creation. Review and revising documents and document protection. Facilitator: Courtney Boisvert CRN: To register, please contact the Office of the Registrar quoting your employee number and CRN 80369 Email: reginfo@ufv.ca Phone: 604-854-4501 Questions: For more information, please contact Tara … Read more

Expert in sustainable communities to speak at UFV Oct 18

Expert in sustainable communities to speak at UFV Oct 18 Gerben van Straaten believes in a “fundamentally different approach” to sustainable urban development. Drawing from 28 years’ experience in business, economics, and real estate, he travels the world sharing his “radical hope for the power of collective and collaborative efforts around community development” to tackle … Read more

International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating — Oct 16

What is “contract cheating”? “The term contract cheating describes the form of academic dishonesty where students get academic work completed on their behalf, which they then submit for academic credit as if they had created it themselves.” www.contractcheating.com What is the International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating? The International Center for Academic Integrity (www.academicintegrity.org) … Read more

Emerging Directors’ Showcase — April 23 & 24, 2020

Emerging Directors’ Showcase April 23 -24, 2020 The Emerging Directors’ Showcase is the final project presented by UFV Theatre’s fourth-year directing class. The showcase provides a chance for students to apply everything they have learned in the course. Audiences can expect a wide range of performances, ranging from raunchy physical comedy to thought-provoking and disturbing … Read more

UFV Theatre presents Art by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton — Nov 14-23

Art by Yazmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton Directed by Parjad Sharifi Nov 14-23 Art is an award-winning comedy written by Yasmina Reza. It was the recipient of the 1998 Tony Award for best play and the 1996 Olivier Award for best comedy. The play includes three male characters, Marc, Serge, and Yvan, who are … Read more

Richard III by William Shakespeare — March 2020

Adapted and Directed by Anna Griffith March 11–21, 2020 A kingdom, a horse, and lots of blood. King Richard III. Richard III raises questions about political corruption and coercion as we follow the story of Richard’s violent rise to power. Shakespeare offers us a portrait of the ultimate villain who is simultaneously charming and ruthless. … Read more