UFV is proud to host the 2016 Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair (FVRSF) at the Abbotsford campus Students and teachers in the Fraser Valley Region are invited to participate in an exciting week celebrating science! This event is perfect for anybody interested in: presenting innovative ideas connecting with other students interested in science winning many … Read more

greenSpeak Seminar Series – Mar. 12

greenSPEAK Seminar Series in conjunction with the Department of Geography and the Environment Discovery Series present: Dean Lucy Lee’s presentation on The Sustainability in the face of a Megathrust earthquake: Lessons from the 1970 Peruvian earthquake Dr. Lucy Lee will speak on her experience in surviving the 1970 Peruvian earthquake, one of the deadliest earthquakes ever recorded, and … Read more

Hot Beverage Day – Mar. 11

Hot Beverage Day – March 11 Visit the Science Centre (room A373) on Wednesday, March 11 for a free hot beverage. Bring your own mug to reduce waste and receive a special treat!

Two Exciting Talks Tomorrow

Don’t miss these exciting talks on February 19th. greenSPEAK: Exotic Invaders and forest resources of the world Jorge Macias has accrued more than 30 years in the field of forest health, forest pest management and chemical ecology, which has taken him to diverse coniferous forest environments of North and Central America, and to the tropical forests … Read more

SUS Student Tech support referendum – Vote Jan. 25-29

Originally posted by Anne Russell on UFV Announce: http://blogs.ufv.ca/announce/2015/01/26/sus-student-tech-support-referendum/ “The Student Union Society is running a referendum on student IT tech support from Jan 25 to 29. IT Support Service is proposed by the Student Union Society as a service to provide free repair, diagnostics, and advice on computing devices for students. In addition to providing … Read more

Applying to graduate schools for a research scholarship? The Research Services Office is here to help!

Tri Council granting agencies (NSERC, SSHRC, and CIHR) offer Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) of $17,500 for Master’s programs.  Brad Whittaker in the Research Services office has assisted students with applying for these research scholarships for many years with great success.  He is skilled at reviewing research grant applications and is in regular contact with the … Read more