National Sweater Day at UFV — energy conservation in action (2013)

Archived from UFV Today, Febuary 9 2013.  Original post by Anne Russell. National Sweater Day, a nationwide initiative led by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to turn down the heat and wear a sweater for the day, was held on Thurs, Feb 7.  UFV showed its commitment to energy conservation by turning down temperatures in … Read more

Chemist Noham Weinberg to speak on molecular modeling in University Lecture Series (2013)

Archived from UFV Today, January 30 2013.  Original post by Anne Russell. UFV chemistry instructor Noham Weinberg is next up in the Research Lecture Series at the University of the Fraser Valley. He will be speaking at 4 pm on Wed, Feb 6, in the Abbotsford campus lecture theater (B101). Weinberg’s topic is Molecular modeling … Read more

Feed your head with noon-hour microlectures at UFV Nov 14 (2012)

Archived from UFV Today, November 6 2012.  Original post by Anne Russell. Are you the type of person who likes your education in bite-size pieces and on many topics in one sitting? Then be sure to take in the UFV Microlectures on Wed, Nov 14, at the Road Runner lounge on the UFV Abbotsford campus. … Read more

Aluminations — Keeping in Touch (2012)

Archived from UFV Today, August 16 2012.  Original post by Marketing Communications. Congratulations to Durga Dhaliwal, Dip ’09, for his Keeping in Touch submission to the Fall issue of Skookum. You too can enter to win, simply by contacting us and letting us know what you’ve been up to since graduation. Submit your short update … Read more

UFV grad follows a dream from South America to Canada, from Engineering to CIS (2012)

Archived from UFV Today, August 9 2012. Original post by Dess Bayrock. After Ricardo Jahns Gigglburger graduated with an engineering degree and a Master of Business Administration, he thought his schooling was over. It seemed, however, that school was not quite done with him. “I discovered Computer Science when I was about to finish my … Read more

UFV students to study biodiversity in Ecuador (2012)

Archived from UFV Today, August 8 2012.  Original post by Ashley Wray. Toucans, monkeys, and macaws will be the typical wildlife for a group of biology students heading to South America this week with the University of the Fraser Valley. The students will be spending two weeks in Ecuador’s jungles, collecting information, analyzing data, and … Read more

Art student turned UFV science major honoured with Canadian award (2012)

Archived from UFV Today, July 11 2012. Original post by Ashley Wray. An art student who turned science major following the discovery that she had a rare disease was recently honoured as one of the top students in Canada. Twenty-seven-year-old Jenna Peters from Abbotsford was awarded the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship for her … Read more