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Pen Pal program connects generations during the pandemic

Adrienne gets nostalgic when she thinks about the power of the written letter. Before the world was connected 24/7 through email and social media, there was a feeling of excitement she would get when a letter would arrive in the mail from a far away friend or family member. Whether it was from her grandmother […]

UFV and Amity University sign agreement to create new international opportunities

By Jesse Kaufman Students and faculty can look forward to increased opportunities in South Asia as the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) has signed a new partnership with one of India’s highest-ranked universities. “I’m pleased for UFV to have a formalized partnership with Amity University,” says Dr. Joanne MacLean, President and Vice-Chancellor of UFV. […]

Enactus UFV encourages young entrepreneurs to put people before profits

Becoming a successful entrepreneur used to entail a simple formula. Find a hole in the market. Fill it. Market the heck out of it. Be profitable.  That’s Business 101. But in today’s progressive climate, there are many more factors that entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs are encorporating into their business plan from sustainability to social responsibility […]

UFV alumna Cindy Schultz new Associate Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences

By Gerald Narciso During a career spanning nearly 30 years as an RN and educator, Cindy Schultz has dedicated herself to improving her profession and advocating for a trauma-informed approach to patient care. In recognition of her experience and leadership, Schultz has been named Associate Dean for the Faculty of Health Sciences.  As Associate Dean, […]

Renewal of the EFMD accreditation strengthens reputation of UFV School of Business

Students are not the only ones being evaluated and constantly pushed to excel. University programs that want to provide an elite academic experience for their students and seek accreditation by internationally recognized organizations must not only meet a certain high standard, but must also prove continual growth and improvement. Case in point: the UFV School […]