Are you struggling with managing stress while juggling increasing demands at home or work, or perhaps dealing with chronic pain or health challenges, or just wanting to address a nagging sense of dissatisfaction? If so, this course may be for you. Through practicing a series of mindfulness-based exercises and strategies under expert supervision, participants will … Read more
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, … Read more
On behalf of the Career Centre we want to thank you for making the 2018 Career Fair a success! We appreciate your support with marketing to students; including letting us conduct class visits as well as handing out postcards. Also, a big thank you to those who attended the event. For more information, contact Paige … Read more
On behalf of the Career Centre we want to thank you for attending the 2018 Career Fair. We hope that you took the opportunity to network and make valuable connections with exhibitors. We look forward to seeing you at future events! For more information, contact Paige Vanderveen at firstname.lastname@example.org 03/20/2018
There will be two planned internet outages on the Abbotsford campus in the next two weeks. All staff, faculty, and students will be unable to access UFV internet services, including websites, email, landline telephone systems, cloud systems, external monitoring environments, and remote access during this time: Wed, March 14 60 minutes between 1 am … Read more
Congratulations to Blair McFarlane, UFV’s energy manager, and his wife Vanessa. They welcomed baby June Isla on January 23, 2018. She weighed 7 lb, 2 oz. “Vanessa and I are happily managing the lack of sleep and abundance of new-parent cliches,” reports Blair.
Summer 2018 registration begins March 14 Are you ready? Registration resources
UFV Health Sciences has adopted a section of the Rotary Trail from Vedder to Peach Road. Participate in our one-hour monthly clean up walk to help Health Sciences keep Chilliwack clean. Mon, Feb 6 (postponed from Jan 31) Mon, Feb 19 Mon, Mar 19 Mon, April 9 11:45 am Meet at the dog park parking … Read more
Some events at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre to be aware of, as they affect traffic and parking congestion on and around campus. Sat, Feb 3 — Cheerfest: 8 am Mon, Feb 5 — Hedley Concert: 7 pm Sat, Feb 10 — Old Dominion Concert: 7:30 pm Sat, Feb 17 — Private Gala: 5:30 … Read more
We like recognizing outstanding achievement and service at UFV and we want your nominations. Faculty Service Excellence Award (new) — call for nominations — deadline Jan 26 UFV has created a new award recognizing individuals for academic excellence in service. Award recipients receive a plaque, a framed certificate, and an award of $2,500. Nominations must … Read more
Dr. Joanne MacLean will be the new President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Fraser Valley. MacLean is currently Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UFV and will officially assume her new role on May 1, 2018. She replaces Jackie Hogan, who has held the office on an interim basis since June, … Read more
As you may be aware, Shirley Hardman is currently on sabbatical, returning on May 1, 2018. In Shirley’s absence, Dr. Stelómethet Ethel Gardner will be available to support Indigenization efforts on campus. This can include meeting with faculty or staff, and providing presentations to classes depending on the topic areas (Ethel’s areas of expertise include … Read more
As communities in the Fraser Valley recover from the ice and snow storms of last week and UFV prepares to open to studnets on Jan. 3, the UFV Facilities team is dealing with several high-priority maintenance and repair issues caused by the severe weather. Please exercise caution and allow extra time when travelling to, and … Read more
UFV will close at 4:30 pm on Fri, Dec 22, and remain closed until Tues, Jan 2. We hope this helps you plan a wonderful break and we look forward to seeing everyone again on Jan 2 as we begin the winter term.
The first ever KINSmas event on November 29 brought the seasonal spirit to the Chilliwack campus at CEP as Kinesiology students and faculty enjoyed a friendly Survivor-style team competition organized by the KINpals. “This turned out to be a very well received and successful event with about 60 students attending in total, along with some faculty … Read more