Kick start your year at our 13th Annual Science Social … ly distant event 2020 style! Each year the Faculty of Science has invited all new and returning science students to come out for an evening of fun to visit with classmates, science faculty and staff while getting information on the science related student groups … Read more
The new UFV student group, UFV Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology (UFV WEST) hosted their first event on November 28th. They invited 5 successful local women in STEM professions for an interactive discussion. The Panelists were: Emily Prachnau, Software Developer Mulapplied Networks Angela Bedard, MS Genetic Counsellor BC Cancer Eryne Croquet, MSc, P. Ag., … Read more
The Physics Student Association and the Biology and Chemistry Student Association are hosting a Network Event! Come on out and meet with professionals from various fields of science! [box]When: Tuesday, March 7th from 5:30 – 7:00 PM Where: Student Union Building (S Building) Great Hall[/box] Learn tips for job interviews and the ins and outs … Read more
The Physics Student Association (PSA) provides community, support and a voice for the Physics and Engineering students at the University of the Fraser Valley. They continue to offer exciting opportunities to students through presentations, tours, and social outings. Recently students visited the D-Wave Quantum Computing Company in Burnaby; ventured out on a hike at Chadsey … Read more
Over 130 UFV science students, faculty and staff enjoyed pizza, music and door prizes at our 9th Annual Science Social held this past Thursday at the SUB. Science Student Clubs and Associations were on hand to provide information about their groups and to sign up new members. Thank you to the Student Groups who participated: … Read more
Clubs and associations are a great way to meet new people, enhance your resume and create a more vibrant campus! Did you know that joining a club can also relieve stress and help you become more focused? Even though joining a club seems like just something else to add on top of your classes and … Read more
Archived from The Cascade, April 10 2013. Original post by Beau O’Neill. What’s the active chemical in fun you ask? I don’t know, but on Friday night there was plenty of revelry at the Big Bang 2013, the second annual end of year event hosted by the combined associations of the Biology and Chemistry, Physics … Read more
September 26, 2013 With well over 100 in attendance, this year’s Science Social was a great success. Displays were organized by the departments and student organizations. Check out some of the photos!!