UFV Faculty Micro-Lecture Series & Public Celebration has been rescheduled to April 2!

Due to weather conditions, this event has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Applications are still being accepted! Each year the Research Office invites faculty researchers to be a part of the continued success of the UFV Micro-Lecture series. Our goal is to provide “snapshots” of the range and depth of our faculty research, … Read more

Physics Student Association – Upcoming Events

The Physics Student Association has been busy planning some fantastic events this year. Last week, they invited Carl Michal, Physicist from UBC to talk about his research on NMR brain imaging. EGBC and NETWORKING EVENT Tuesday, February 26th (rescheduled from February 12th), Andrea Michaud, Student Coordinator for Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (EGBC) will speak … Read more

Survey for Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture offered by UBC

Are you a 3rd or 4th year UFV student in a science-based program? The Faculty of Land and Food Systems at the University of British Columbia is planning to offer a Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture in the 2019/20 academic year would appreciate your input by completing a short survey.** Applicants would require a Bachelor’s degree in a … Read more

Registration open for the UFV Student Research Day MAR 26/19

Register for the Student Micro-lectures by March 18! Micro-Lectures March 26, 2019 11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Micro lectures in Evered Hall South, Student Union Building (SUB), Abbotsford campus. Take the stage and share your research experiences in a high-speed 2-minute lecture. UFV Students only. Poster Presentations and Judging March 26, 2019 (Register by March … Read more

Sweater Week February 11-15

Welcome to Warm Woolies Week! It’s a cold one out there. On a positive note, we will have already pulled out our sweaters and be ready for next Monday when UFV turns down the heat in an effort to raise awareness about ways to address climate change … Welcome to Sweater Week! WHEN: February 11 … Read more

Science students not only rock it in the sciences but also on the basketball court!

The University of the Fraser Valley athletic department features 140 varsity student-athletes participating on teams across five sports. The Cascades’ men’s and women’s basketball teams belong to the Canada West Conference of U SPORTS. We are beyond thrilled that both UFV men’s and women’s basketball teams have clinched a playoff spot. Playoffs begin February 8th. … Read more

Calling all science students! LIYSF Info Session – JAN 24 @ 1 PM – B121

UFV will be sending one Science student to London, England all expenses paid, to attend the annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) July  24 to August 7, 2019. INFORMATION SESSION: Thursday, JAN 24 @ 1 PM – Room B121 Guest speaker, Nikola Trotzuk will be sharing his experience from last year’s science forum. It … Read more

“Who’s Who in Science” featuring Dr. Greg Schmaltz, Biology

Dr. Greg Schmaltz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches a diversity of courses, ranging from first year biology, to second year cell biology, and to upper level courses in physiology, ecology, and ornithology. Personal I was born in southern France and grew up there. I spent the first twenty years … Read more

Attention 2019 Grads: Book your photo session now!

Professional photographers from Artona Group, the official graduation photographer for UFV, will be on the Abbotsford campus in February and March for graduate portrait sessions ($15 sitting fee). When: February 25 – March 8 – Abbotsford campus Location: Mobile Studio, Parking Lot 10 It is recommended that grads book their session now as appointments will … Read more

UFV Sustainability Case Competition 2019 – Win $1000

Win big. Get experience. Save the world! Solve a real-world sustainability challenge and present your solutions to a panel of influential business leaders in the community – WIN $1000! Date and location March 15, 2019, 8 am – 6 pm UFV Abbotsford Campus Registration deadline: March 8, 2019 Eligibility The competition is open to all … Read more