Ana Adamik named Director of UFV AVP Indigenous office

Ana Adamik, a 15-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, has been named Director of the AVP Indigenous office. Most recently, she was the executive assistant to the UFV Office of the Vice-Provost Academic, a position she has held since 2020. As director, Adamik will be responsible for helping raise the profile of the AVP […]

Year in Review: Lots to celebrate at UFV in 2022

After two years where campus life was heavily impacted by the global pandemic and Fraser Valley flooding, 2022 marked a return to more familiar days at the University of the Fraser Valley. There were in-person Convocation ceremonies in June, and most courses and programs were offered in a face-to-face on-campus setting in the fall semester. […]

Changes coming to Eduroam Wi-Fi sign in

What do I need to know? Connecting to UFV’s free Wi-Fi (Eduroam) changes on Dec 22, 2022. If you use Eduroam now, you will need to reconnect on, or after, Dec 22, to ensure you are using free wireless instead of your data while on campus. What do I need to do? Beginning Dec 22, […]

Celebrating the UFV retirees of 2022

Congratulations to the retirees of 2022! Together, they represent more than 660 years of service to UFV. They gathered for the retiree dinner on Nov 29 (although numbers were diminished slightly by snowy weather) — the first time UFV has held an in-person retiree celebration since 2019. 2022 Retirees Robin Anderson Deborah Block Gloria Borrows […]

UFV researcher Karun Karki to study barriers faced by skilled immigrants to Canada

Could viewing immigrants as one homogenous group be a costly mistake for Canada? That’s a question that Dr. Karun Karki, a UFV social work professor, will be investigating as part of a two-year research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SHRCC). The $72,000 SHRCC insight development grant will be […]