Student Research Day 2022: Congratulations to all of the winners!

Student Research Day 2022 was held on March 31, 2022. Graduate and undergraduate students showcased their faculty-supervised projects to the wider UFV community. Posters were scored by a panel of UFV faculty researchers. After receiving critical input from nearly 50 UFV faculty judges, we are proud to recognize the following science students for their high … Read more

Congratulations to UFV’s 2022 LIYSF Representative, Rhien Hare

The Faculty of Science is pleased to announce that UFV Biology major, Rhien Hare, was selected to represent UFV this summer, in person, at the 63rd Annual London International Youth Science Forum. The shortlisted candidates, Rhien Hare and Catherine Laflamme, presented a research topic of their choice to our selection panel earlier this month. Both … Read more

UFV Science Student, Ken Ku featured in UFV Today

Ken Ku, 4th-year science student featured in a recent article in UFV Today. Ken Ku’s journey: from photography to formaldehyde Ken Ku is set to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree (biology honours, chemistry minor) but that’s not where university started for him. While Ken had a strong focus on science in high school, … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Annabelle Czihaly

Thank you to the University of the Fraser Valley’s Faculty of Science and Faculty of Applied and Technical Studies for their tremendous support in granting myself and my fellow peers the opportunity to experience the 2021 London International Youth Science Forum. Although this years’ forum was held virtually, it still allowed me to connect with … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Heather Kelly

I want to start by giving a special thank you to UFV and the Faculty of Science for allowing me to take part in the 62nd annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF). Although I was not able to attend in person this year, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, it was still an unforgettable experience. … Read more

London International Youth Science Forum 2021 with Connor Frey

Though this year’s London International Youth Science Forum was in an online format, many of the best features of the forum were still experienced from home. Firstly, the opening day of the forum included very interesting keynote speakers, one of which by Professor Sarah Gilbert of Oxford University, the woman in charge of the development … Read more

UFV Student Research Day 2021 Winners Announced!

This year’s UFV Student Research Day Showcase featured 54 projects by 80 UFV student researchers. After receiving critical input from nearly 50 UFV faculty judges, we are proud to recognize the following science students for their high level of scholarship! Each award is valued at $200. Vice President, Students Award – Kennedy Zwarych (Biology) Faculty … Read more

Student Research Day 2021

The Faculty of Science was well represented at UFV’s Annual Student Research Day. The 2021 virtual event opened on April 8 where over 50+ posters, including 27 from the Faculty of Science, were entered for the chance to win scholarships and cash prizes. The award results will be announced April 12-16. Best of luck to … Read more

Chemistry students, Connor Frey and Kenneth Ku present at ITP 2020

Chemistry students, Connor Frey and Kenneth Ku, in collaboration with Dr. Golfam Ghafourifar, Chemistry and Dr. David Chu, Math & Stats presented at the 27th International Symposium on Electrophoretic and Liquid Phase Separation Techniques, ITP. The event was to be held in Nanjing, China, however, in light of the Covid-19 situation, the conference was held … Read more

Undergraduate Research ‘Twitter Takeover’ – Nov. 12

UFV has been challenged by Vancouver Island University to help represent Canada in the #URExchange Twitter Takeover next Thursday, November 12 (9am-2pm PST). Sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) based out of Washington D.C., the ‘takeover’ will be a lively celebration of the creativity, ingenuity, and research excellence of undergraduate students across the … Read more