UFV participating in BC ShakeOut earthquake drill Oct. 17

UFV is encouraging students, staff, and faculty to participate in the Shakeout BC earthquake drill running Thurs, Oct 17 at 10:17am. At the same time, UFV will test the UFV Alert notification system and the public address systems on the Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses. No evacuation is necessary. During the ShakeOut drill participants should: Drop […]

Nominate someone great for 2020 UFV awards

At UFV, we believe in honouring excellence and recognizing outstanding achievement and service. To do so, we need your help in the form of nominations. Let us know who deserves to be recognized! UFV is currently seeking nominations for the following awards and honours in the categories of Faculty Excellence, Employee Service Excellence, and Honorary […]

Peter Reus and Leah Peck, Prins Greenhouses

Growing talent in the greenhouse industry

Did you know that employers who are willing to invest in developing their employees are more likely to retain top talent? And not only that: they are also better equipped to thrive, as large numbers of experienced baby boomers move in droves toward retirement. Like many employers in niche markets that require specialized skills, Prins […]

UFV launches School of Creative Arts

Creativity will be at the centre of a new school combining theatre and visual arts at the University of the Fraser Valley. The UFV Theatre department and the Visual Arts department have united to form the School of Creative Arts (SoCA) within the UFV College of Arts. All Theatre and Visual Arts courses and programs […]

Historian Keith Carlson appointed Canada Research Chair at UFV

An ethnohistorian with a strong connection to the Indigenous people of Stó:lō territory is the newest Canada Research Chair at the University of the Fraser Valley. Dr. Keith Carlson joined UFV this fall as a Tier 1 Research Chair in Indigenous and Community-Engaged History. The federally funded Canada Research Chair program is designed to recruit […]

James Mandigo settling in to new Provost and VP Academic role

Dr. James Mandigo has come a long way to take up the role of Provost and VP Academic at the University of the Fraser Valley, but in many ways he’s already feeling at home. “UFV is a great fit with my own values around the role of a university in a community,” he notes. UFV’s […]

Get fit with UFV Campus Rec! Try-before-you-buy Sept 16-20

Get fit with UFV Campus Rec! Want to find time for fitness in your busy day? Get fit on campus with a variety of options offered by UFV Campus Recreation! “We offer a mix of heart-pumping and zen-building classes that will leave participants feeling healthy and happy,” says Cheryl Vannes. Choose from a variety of […]

The many lives of Mo Dhaliwal — alumni feature

“Why me?” When we asked Mo Dhaliwal to be the subject of a feature in UFV’s Skookum magazine, he was a little hesitant. “I didn’t have a fantastic academic history at UFV. I left in my third year of the business program and never finished,” he said, attributing his spotty record to “all sorts of […]