Author Archive | Anne Russell

Madeleine hardin

Madeleine Hardin is the new Associate Dean of Faculty in the College of Arts

Madeleine has been at UFV since 1989, teaching courses in professional and advocacy writing in the Communication department. In her early years at FVC and UCFV she also taught in the Media and Communication Studies department and taught mass communication and advertising. Prior to coming to UFV, she was the publicist for CBC TV western […]

New UFV video game program for children with FASD seeks participants

Hanging around playing video games may sound like fun, but it is also part of a University of the Fraser Valley research project focused on kids with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. UFV has been running FAST Club, an after-school motor-skills program for children with FASD for the past three years. New this year is an […]

UFV launches Faculty of Health Sciences on Chilliwack campus

BC Health Minister Mike de Jong, UFV VP Academic and Provost Eric Davis, Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz, UFV President Mark Evered, Chilliwack MLA John Les, UFV acting Health Sciences Dean Diane Reed, UFV Chancellor Brian Minter, UFV Dean of Professional Studies Rosetta Khalideen, and UFV Board Chair Larry Stinson were all on hand for the […]

UFV Season of Theatre announced

The University of the Fraser Valley Theatre department has announced the 2011/12 theatre season with three great shows that are sure to entertain and educate theatre lovers at prices they can’t afford to ignore.  After all, live theatre is… the ultimate in 3D entertainment! ARABIAN NIGHTS Nov. 9 – 27, 2011 Adapted by Mary Zimmerman […]

Frank Dolman

Founding UFV employee Frank Dolman has passed away

Frank Dolman, one of UFV’s founding employees, passed away on August 18, 2011 at the age of 82. Frank was one of the four founding administrative employees of Fraser Valley College in 1974. The others were Eric Woodroff, Betty Urquhart, and Roy Craven, all of whom have also passed away. Bill Sharp was another founding […]

Ghizlane Laghzaoui

New to UFV: Ghizlane Laghzaoui

Ghizlane Laghzaoui has recently joined UFV as a professor of French, teaching as part of the Modern Languages Institute. Ghizlane will be teaching courses in French language and literature and francophone cultures. She will also be participating in the implementation of a major in French. Her research focuses on academic writing and academic performance with […]

National fire database project seeks to improve fire safety

A cheque for $149,500 was presented to the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) on August 8, 2011, kicking off research into a national database that could lead to fewer fires and more effective and efficient fire-service delivery across the country. “This is a great example of the way faculty members at UFV and community […]

UFV fashion student creates tartan for Abbotsford

As the City of Abbotsford showed its new tartan at the Canada Day celebrations, modeled in kilts and shawls worn by local celebrities (including UFV president Mark Evered), representatives of UFV looked on with pride. Fashion Design student Samantha Merritt was particularly excited, as she was the designer of the new civic tartan. When she watched […]

Dental Hygiene program accepting applicants for Sept 2012

The Dental Hygiene program is back on track for the Fall of 2012 at the University of the Fraser Valley. After graduating four classes of graduates, the program took a breather, suspending applications for Fall 2011 while the university evaluated the labour market. UFV will now offer an intake to the program every two years, starting […]

Larry Stinson new chair of UFV Board of Governors

Chilliwack lawyer Larry Stinson is the new chair of the UFV Board of Governors, succeeding Rod Thomson of Abbotsford, whose term expires this summer. Henry Jansen will serve as first vice chair and Bonnie McGhie will be second vice chair. UFV’s Board of Governors is comprised of appointed local citizens and elected faculty, staff, and […]

Moms-to-be needed by UFV nursing students

If you’re a pregnant woman who will be having her baby in a Fraser Valley hospital between September and April, you’re in high demand by University of the Fraser Valley nursing students. Mothers-to-be who will be having their babies in the Fraser Valley are once again invited to help a UFV nursing student learn about […]

UFV kinesiology students are Champions for Health in Antigua

UFV kinesiology students have once again made an impact in Antigua through the Champions for Health program, a collaborative effort between the Kinesiology and Physical Education department at the University of the Fraser Valley and the Ministry of Education in Antigua Barbuda, West Indies. And the program is about expand to include visits to UFV […]