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UVic co-op program churns ‘em out

UVic co-op representatives travel far afield to meet with prospective employers as a way of enhancing students’ education and the university’s reputation for producing highly employable individuals. Read more

Law student wins $500 in Co-op Photo Contest

Our annual Co-op Photo Contest brought in more than 115 photo entries this year, and 900 students picked their favourites when the photos were displayed at the 2010 Co-op and Career Info Day event in September. Law co-op student Caleb Behn was awarded first prize and $500 for his shot of a rafting trip he took while working as a human rights researcher at the Yukon Department of Justice in Whitehorse during the summer of 2010.

Here are the top three photos from the 2010 contest. Co-op and Career holds a Co-op Photo Contest every year. The next contest will open in June 2011 and close at the end of August 2011. Contest rules are available online.

FIRST PRIZE: Caleb Behn (law)
Job title: Human rights researcher at the Yukon Department of Justice in Whitehorse, Yukon (summer 2010)

What's happening in the photo: "This photo is of me and Mr. Trevor Cunningham (Esq.), another UVic Law co-op student, rafting a class III/IV Yukon River in appropriate law attire. We're doing a double backflip over a large wave while on a trip with clients. We feel this is UVic Law Co-op at its best."

First prize photo

SECOND PRIZE: Ryan Ferguson (earth and ocean sciences)
Job title: Volunteer/research assistant at the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory at the Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii

What's happening in the photo: "During the period when the volcano is inflating, magma is being pushed to the surface. It currently flows out the TEC vent east of Kilauea and downhill. Scientists routinely use GPS to map the front of the flows and take samples. Here, we were walking across the front of the flows and using GPS to predict the flow diretction as it came down the hill towards the ocean."

Second prize photo

THIRD PRIZE: Julie Bremner (biology)
Job title: WWF Explore volunteer at WWF in Southwest spiny forest, Madagascar

What's happening in the photo: "These kids had too much energy after a community presentation, so I decided to play an impromptu game of follow the leader. There is no better place than on a windswept beach along the shores of the Indian Ocean. Instructions were a little difficult given the language barrier, but these guys caught on quickly."

Third prize photo

UVic sends 10,000th student through co-op program

This summer, UVic Business placed its 10,000th co-op student in a work-term job. Despite the tough economy, the faculty still managed to place 306 students in summer jobs - an 11% increase over 2009! Read more 

Co-op and Career launches new website

When the Co-operative Education Program merged with Career Services in February 2009, both units managed very separate web spaces. To make things easier for students and alumni, employers, faculty and staff who use our programs and services, we began working with UVic Systems to create a new web presence. The new site, which launched in early November 2010, includes co-op and career-related content geared towards our unique audiences.

So what's new?
For starters, each audience group now has its own section on the site, where users can find information about co-operative education, career services programs and opportunities, and specialized resources.

These resources include information sheets on every aspect of the job search and career planning. Resources are divided into three main kits:

  • the journey kit, where students can find information about planning their career pathway (topics include "How do your values connect to your ideal career", and "What can you do with your degree")
  • the competency kit, where students can learn how to develop knowledge, skills and attributes that are valued by employers in their field
  • the tool kit, where students can learn how to prepare for their job search (topics include "How to write a résumé" and "Steps to a successful interview"

What about job postings?

Co-op positions continue to be posted and viewed on the Mamook job posting system, while non-co-op positions (full-time, part-time, summer, volunteer, internships, casual, tutoring) are posted on the Co-op and Career portal. Co-op jobs will move to the portal in 2011.

Website feedback

The new website will continue to evolve over the coming months and years. We welcome your feedback on the new site.

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Celebration focuses on outstanding co-op students

Celebration focuses on outstanding co-op students

We’re proud of our co-op students and everything they accomplish—that’s why we hold an annual Co-op Designation Celebration to applaud their hard work. More than 70 co-op students, 5 deans and 22 Co-op and Career staff turned up for this year’s celebration for students in the Optional and Professional Programs (OPP) on March 29 at the University Club.

Attendees enjoyed some good food, great company and some laughs before awards were handed out for Co-op Student of the Year for each of the OPP programs.  Students were nominated by their employers and coordinators.

Biochemistry and Microbiology student Chelsey Lane (pictured, with her co-op coordinator Rozanne Poulson) received the “Co-op student of the Year” award for the overall OPP group.

Award winners are listed by program below.

  • Biology Co-op Student of the Year: Heather Neave
  • Chemistry Co-op Student of the Year: Derek Mandel
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences Co-op Student of the Year: Ashley Gross
  • Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education Co-op Student of the Year: Clayton Webb
  • Health Information Science Co-op Student of the Year: Caitlin Fletcher
  • Humanities, Fine Arts and Professional Writing Co-op Student of the Year: Andrew Wade
  • Law Co-op Student of the Year: Jennifer Mickelson
  • Physics and Astronomy Co-op Student of the Year: Matthew Shannon
  • Public Administration Co-op Student of the Year: Kelly Brandt
  • Social Sciences Co-op Student of the Year: Laura-Leigh McKenzie

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Lime Connect Canada's Corporate Recruitment Event for Experienced People with Disabilities

Lime Connect Canada's Corporate Recruitment Event for Experienced People with Disabilities

Application/RSVP Deadline:  Wednesday, May 31, 2011

Lime Connect Canada (Lime Canada) is a not for profit organization founded in 2009 that uses a fresh, results-oriented approach to connect people with disabilities and global corporations as an untapped source of talent. Our initial focus has been on working with campuses where our corporate partners have proven hiring success to connect them with talented students who happen to have disabilities – students they would likely not have access to otherwise – for summer internships and full time positions.

Lateral recruiting is a key talent acquisition component for our partners, and Lime Connect Canada also targets experienced, talented people with disabilities who are seeking career advancement.   BMO Financial Group, Google, IBM Canada, PepsiCo, RBC and TD Bank Financial Group have worked with Lime Canada to integrate disability as a full component of their overall diversity strategy, and value the intellectual capital that is found in people with disabilities.  You won't want to miss this opportunity to network one-on-one and develop relationships with corporate execs and recruiters who are seeking to hire, and to potentially speak privately one-on-one at the event for current openings.  We put talent first, and this is no "job fair."

By the way, we know that one in five people globally has a disability, and that the large majority of disabilities are invisible - including ADD, dyslexia, depression, medical conditions and many others – and all individuals with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.

To apply to attend/RSVP, and to check out all professional opportunities available with our partners (means you don't necessarily need to go to Toronto), go to: http://www.limeconnect.com/opportunities/page/opportunities-for-experienced-professionals today.  All candidates will apply via The Lime Network – our exclusive resource for candidates with disabilities.

Date:                  Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Time:                  6:00 – 8:00 pm
Format:               Cocktail reception with brief panel discussion and potential private one-on-ones

Dress:                 Business/business casual

Location:             Downtown Toronto

Opportunities:      More than 50 current openings include a wide variety of positions in finance, technology, consulting, marketing/sales, operations, management and more

Please note that space is limited because of the event format.  If your background matches our partners' current needs, we will send you an official invitation and details of the event in advance.

224 UVic co-op programs receive CAFCE accreditation

224 UVic co-op programs receive CAFCE accreditation
UVic students who participate in any of the university's 224 distinct co-op degree programs now have something more in common—they're all taking part in programs accredited by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE), after UVic’s co-operative education programs were awarded accreditation on February 22, 2012.

CAFCE accreditation is recognized as a benchmark for excellence in co-operative education programming in Canada and is one of the only bodies in the world that accredit work-integrated education programs. Accreditation is awarded to institutions that demonstrate an institutional commitment to co-operative education as well as an established assessment model; in UVic’s case: the competency assessment framework.

“This is a big moment for UVic’s Co-operative Education Program and Career Services,” says Executive Director Norah McRae. “Many of our programs have been accredited since 1989, but we’ve been working hard to ensure that each and every one of them meet the high standards outlined by CAFCE when it comes to delivering work-integrated education that supports student learning and reflection.”

This is the first time that all of UVic’s 224 co-op degree programs have been accredited by CAFCE; this round of CAFCE accreditation will apply to UVic's programs for the next six years.

Seventy-seven Canadian post-secondary institutions are active members of CAFCE, which was formed in 1973 and strives to foster and advance post-secondary co-operative education in Canada. The association was inducted into the University of Cincinnati’s (where co-operative education was founded in North America in 1906) Co-operative Education Hall of Honor in February.

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Recreation Integration Victoria named 2011 UVic Co-op Employer of the Year

Recreation Integration Victoria has been named the 2011 Co-operative Education Employer of the Year in recognition of the organization’s outstanding contribution to student learning.

Since 1989, 63 UVic co-op students have completed work terms with RIV, and a total of 165 UVic students have engaged with the organization through a range of work experiences. RIV provides socialization, life skills and respite opportunities for people with disabilities through community-based leisure and recreation activities. While students who work for RIV are typically studying kinesiology or recreation and health education, students from a wide range of academic programs have contributed to the organization as inclusion facilitators, leisure assistance coordinators and in other roles.

RIV recently conducted a survey of its past and present employees to measure how their experiences influenced their career paths and everyday outlooks. Eighty percent of respondents reported that they learned to actively advocate for people with disabilities and 40 per cent agreed that their experience at RIV influenced their decision to seek further related education. Co-op students agree: those who have worked at RIV have overwhelmingly reported that their experience positively impacted their motivations and their lives.

More than 1,200 employers hire University of Victoria co-operative education students every year; in 2011, 14 were nominated for the Co-op Employer of the Year award.

RIV will formally receive the 2011 Co-op Employer of the Year award at the Employer Appreciation Reception on January 24 in Victoria.

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Three co-op students named Co-op Students of the Year for 2011

Three outstanding UVic co-op students have been named “Co-op student of the year” by their respective co-op program areas.

  • Bachelor of Commerce student Erin Stead was named the Co-op Student of the Year for the Business Co-op and Career program. During her recent work term with the Provincial Treasury of the BC Ministry of Finance, she supported two senior staff complete reporting and analysis requirements for the BC government’s multi-billion dollar borrowing program. Stead’s supervisor described her as working at an “extremely high level” and noted that Stead “distinguished herself with her enthusiasm, intelligence and commitment to continuous learning.”
  • Electrical engineering student Bernard Lambrechts is the Co-op Student of the Year for Engineering and Computer Science/Math Co-op and Career. He completed two work terms with Research in Motion, as well as terms with Pacific Geoscience Centre in Sidney and, most recently, Broadcom. Described as “an innovative thinker” whose “can-do attitude helps him exceed his supervisor’s expectations,” Lambrechts is also a passionate musician and has been a mentor to other co-op students.
  • Women’s Studies student Jasmine Nielsen is the recipient of the Optional and Professional Program’s Co-op Student of the Year award. She completed work terms with an environmental NGO, the Ministry of Health’s Emergency Management Unit, local not-for-profit Mosqoy and GlobalFest. She is an active volunteer who is described by her employers as “mature beyond her years and truly passionate about helping communities both locally and internationally.”

Co-op employers and co-op supervisors nominate co-op students of the year each year. The winners were recognized at Co-op and Career's Employer Appreciation Reception on January 24, 2012, in Victoria.

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Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

March 19-23 is National Co-op Week

March 19-23 is National Co-op Week

Co-operative education plays a major role in the UVic student experience as 25 per cent of eligible students take part in co-op—the second highest participation rate for Canadian universities.

From March 19-23, 2012, the University of Victoria’s Co-operative Education Program and Career Services will join post-secondary institutions from across Canada to celebrate co-operative education during National Co-operative Education Week. This week is part of a national celebration that is organized by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE), of which UVic is a member.

Co-operative education, or co-op, connects university students with paid work experience related to their fields of study. One in four UVic students take part in a co-op program and UVic Co-op and Career places students from 47 academic disciplines in more than 2,600 co-op work terms each year. Students work for employers here on Vancouver Island, across Canada and around the world.

“Co-op is incredibly valuable to students, employers and our community,” says Norah McRae, executive director of UVic’s Co-operative Education Program and Career Services. “Co-op students put their competencies into practice in the workplace and employers are able to engage with bright, energetic students who want to make a difference. Everyone benefits.”

A January 2010 Ipsos Reid report on the impact of co-op in Canadian post-secondary education found that 83% of respondents who participated in a co-op program felt that co-op helped improve their integration into the work place and assisted with their academic learning.

How can you celebrate National Co-op Week on campus?  

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Partnership with Industry Canada helps small businesses hire students

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The University of Victoria’s Co-operative Education Program and Career Services (UVic Co-op and Career) will help eight to 10 Vancouver Island businesses hire post-secondary students to grow their e-commerce strategies, thanks to a new partnership with Industry Canada’s Small Business Internship Program (SBIP).

Through the agreement, UVic Co-op and Career will allocate $80,000 in SBIP funding to small- or medium-sized businesses wishing to hire students for a 12-week internship. Students will work on projects that help businesses adopt a more active e-marketing approach; this could include the establishment of a social networking plan, the creation of a blogging or podcasting feature, or a viral marketing strategy. Businesses that qualify for the SBIP will be reimbursed for up to 75% of the student’s wages and benefits.  

UVic Co-op and Career will be responsible for recruiting qualified businesses from Lower Vancouver Island, as well as managing and monitoring agreements with these organizations. Additionally, Co-op and Career will promote resulting job postings to BC post-secondary students.

The SBIP agreement between UVic Co-op and Career and Industry Canada will begin on April 1, 2012 and continue through March 2013.

How can organizations apply?

Application forms and guides are located on the Small Business Internship Program websites (English and French). Vancouver Island business interested in applying for funding should send application packages to employer@uvic.ca. Download the brochure for details.

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Programme de stages dans les petites entreprises

Le Programme de stages dans les petites entreprises permet d’offrir du soutien financier aux petites et moyennes entreprises afin qu’elles puissent embaucher des étudiants de niveau postsecondaire qui les aideront à adopter des technologies de l’information et de la communication pour accroître leur productivité et leur compétitivité.

Le Programme de stages dans les petites entreprises d’Industrie Canada fait appel à la collaboration de petites entreprises canadiennes, d’établissements d’enseignement postsecondaire et d’organisations non gouvernementales qui offrent aux étudiants de niveau postsecondaire la possibilité d’acquérir de l’expérience pratique en travaillant à des projets axés sur le commerce électronique tout en étant encadrés par des entrepreneurs. Les stagiaires pourront ainsi se familiariser avec l’entrepreneuriat et explorer des possibilités de carrière.

Le site Web est disponible à Programme de stages dans les petites entreprises.

Où appliquer?

Sans frais 1-855-641-3923 ou consulter le site www.ic.gc.ca/pspe.

Pour en savoir plus sur le Programme, les criteres d'admissibilité et les formalités de demande:

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Biochem/Microbio Co-op grad honoured by Caldwell Partners International

Dr. Kirsten Johnson, who took part in the Biochemistry/Microbiology Co-op Program while completing her undergraduate degree at UVic, has been honoured by Caldwell Partners International for her outstanding achievement training disaster aid workers.

Full story covered in The Globe and Mail's Leadership section.

Contact/Organizer name: Joy Poliquin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: poliquin@uvic.ca

Co-op Employer of the Year announced for 2012

norman crewe

In December 2012, analytical research chemist Norman Crewe of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (Institute of Ocean Sciences) was named 2012 Co-op Employer of the Year from among seven outstanding employer partners nominated by Co-op and Career staff.

Since 1996, Crewe has hired two UVic co-op students per term. Crewe’s past students are grateful to him as a supervisor, especially appreciating his thorough training, guidance, feedback and challenging projects. “Norman puts much thought into deciding on an interesting dataset to assign each co-op student,” says biochemistry and microbiology co-op coordinator Rozanne Poulson. “He encourages co-op students to attend IOS open houses and weekly seminars on a variety of ocean research topics, and to network with graduate students and research scientists. He has become a lifelong mentor and friend of many co-op graduates who have worked in his lab.”

Co-op and Career will host an Employer Appreciation Reception on February 26, 2013 to thank employers in Victoria for their support. More than 100 employers will be attending the event, which will also include presentations by our 2012 Co-op Students of the Year. 

Contact/Organizer name: Amy Machin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: amachin@uvic.ca

Business Career Expo 2013 highlights new CPA designation

On March 8, 2013, UVic's Peter B. Gustavson School of Business partnered with UBC's Sauder School of Business and SFU's Beedie School of Business to host the 9th annual Business Career Expo, BC’s largest business-only career fair.

For the Chartered Accountants and Certified Management Accountants of BC, the event was an opportunity to spread the word about a new accounting designation—one that will soon become the preeminent program in Canada when it launches later this year.

The new Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation is the result of a forthcoming merger between two existing accounting designations, the Chartered Accountants (CA) and the Certified Management Accountants (CMA).

“The CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP) will take the best elements of the existing programs to create a flexible program that will be internationally recognized,” says Katie Hensrud, business development officer at CMA. “Students will come out of CPA PEP with an excellent understanding of all facets of business—they will be well-rounded individuals and business leaders, well equipped to work in both public practice and in industry.”

Hensrud and her colleague Jennifer Weintraub, CA recruiter, were present at the Business Career Expo 2013 to answer students’ questions on the new designation and raise awareness about the forthcoming merger.

“The merger is particularly exciting for students in their final year, as they have the chance to become the first graduates of the new program,” says Weintraub. “The CPA PEP is the best program that could possibly have been built here in Canada. As the CPA is the largest accounting designation in the world, students will be getting a designation that is respected and transferable both across Canada and internationally.”

CPA Canada will also offer a Prerequisite Education Program for students who did not major in Accounting in their undergraduate degree. The program will ensure that all participating students have the knowledge and prerequisites to tackle the CPA program, regardless of their background.

For more information on the new CPA programs in British Columbia, visit www.bccpa.ca or the Become a CA Facebook page.

Story adapted from UBC Sauder School of Business

Science Without Borders students look forward to co-op terms in Canada

SWB studentsThe Science Without Borders (SWB) scholarship program, funded primarily by the Government of Brazil, aims to send 101,000 Brazilian students to study internationally by 2015. In the 2012–13 academic year, the University of Victoria has welcomed 19 senior undergraduate students from Brazilian universities to study and work for a period of one year.

The students are engaged in English language classes as well as academic courses in their fields of study. Each student’s scholarship to UVic also allows for a 4-month co-op work term with a Canadian employer. With the help of staff from the Co-operative Education Program and Career Services (Co-op and Career), several students have already been placed for summer co-op work terms—from research opportunities with UVic professors to industry positions in Greater Victoria.

"Having access to resources such as résumé and cover letter workshops, mock interviews and co-op coordinator assistance made me feel confident when applying for jobs,” says Juliana Dutra, a Brazilian psychology student recently placed at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. “The knowledge I acquired will be useful when I go back to Brazil."

Here on campus, Brazilian students will assist professors in a range of disciplines this summer. Chemistry student Thaisa Correa de Sousa will be working in the laboratory of Dr. Alexandre Brolo, focusing on chemical synthesis and working with RAMAN spectroscopy. In the Department of Psychology, Victor Duran will assist Dr. Mauricio Garcia-Barrera to apply Item Response Theory analysis to some of the items on his Executive Functions testing battery, the INTERACT. In the Department of Engineering, Raphael de Lima Mendes will be assisting Dr. Xiaodai Dong with an android application that monitors a portable electrocardiogram using Bluetooth technology.

“The support from the international office and especially the co-op office was fundamental to prepare me to study and find a co-op job here in Canada,” says Mendes. “Professor Dr. Xiaodai Dong’s research and my own objectives are convergent, so I am really looking forward to working this summer at UVic.”

Off campus, earth and ocean sciences student Isabela Coutinho will be working with Purple Rock Inc., a Victoria-based geological information management company founded by UVic alumna Nicole Barlow. "I'm eager to start my work term,” says Coutinho. “It's going to be an incredible learning experience—not only putting in motion all I've learned so far, but also getting to see what Canada's geology is all about!"

To learn more about Science Without Borders or to hire a Brazilian student to help with your research this summer, please contact Co-op and Career international coordinator Karima Ramji at ramjik@uvic.ca or 250-721-6076.

PICTURED, L–R: Isabela Coutinho, Raphael de Lima Mendes, Selen Sousa, Juliana Silva and Victor Riccio Duran are five of the 19 SWB students currently attending UVic.

Contact/Organizer name: Karima Ramji

Contact/Organizer e-mail: ramjik@uvic.ca

Jenna Ries named Student of the Year for Association of Co-operative Education (BC–Yukon)

jenna riesJenna Ries, one of three UVic Co-op Student of the Year award recipients for 2012, has won big on the provincial stage. The biochemistry co-op student was announced in March 2013 as one of two winners of the Association of Co-operative Education Student of the Year award for BC–Yukon.

"This award recognizes a BC or Yukon Co-op student who demonstrates an outstanding level of achievement in their co-op position and in their academic studies, and also makes significant contributions to co-operative education and in their volunteer activities at school and in the community," states the ACE selection committee in their letter to Jenna. "The Awards Committee was extremely impressed with all of your achievements during your work term with the BC Cancer Agency’s Deeley Research Centre; your strong academic record through your Bachelor of Science degree program; your publishing and research accomplishments; and your dedication to supporting your peers through mentoring and student leadership activities at the University of Victoria."

Jenna has completed work terms with the National Research Council of Canada and the BC Cancer Agency Deeley Research Centre, where she worked on a project investigating novel drug combinations for targeted therapy of ovarian cancer and co-authored two papers in the peer-reviewed scientific journals Autophagy (Landes Bioscience) and The Journal of Pathology (Wiley Publishing). In November 2012, she was named UVic Co-op Student of the Year for Optional and Professional Programs. 

“Jenna’s work made it possible for us to publish our findings in a short period of time, which undoubtedly helped to raise the profile of our research both regionally and internationally,” says supervisor Dr. Julian J. Lum of the BC Cancer Agency. “I would rank her performance, productivity and contribution in the top 5 per cent of all students at her career stage.”

UVic Co-op Students of the Year are nominated each year for provincial and national awards: the aforementioned Association for Co-operative Education in British Columbia/Yukon (ACE) Student of the Year Award and the Canadian Association for Cooperative Education (CAFCE) Student of the Year Award.

Contact/Organizer name: Amy Machin

Contact/Organizer e-mail: amachin@uvic.ca

Celebration honours standout co-op students

justin ferreiraWe’re proud of our co-op students and everything they accomplish—that’s why we hold an annual OPP Co-op Designation Celebration to applaud their hard work. More than 50 co-op students, five deans and associate deans and 20 Co-op and Career staff turned up for this year’s celebration for students in the Optional and Professional Programs (OPP) on March 27, 2013 at the Arbutus/Queenswood room of the Cadboro Commons.

Attendees enjoyed good food and great company before awards were handed out for Co-op Student of the Year for each of the OPP programs. Students were nominated by their employers and coordinators.

Biochemistry and Microbiology student Jenna Ries received the overall UVic Co-op Student of the Year award for all Optional and Professional Programs. She was also named an Association of Co-operative Education 2012 co-op student of the year for all of BC-Yukon.

Congratulations to our 2012 OPP Co-op Students of the Year:

  • Anthropology: Justine Drummond
  • Biochemistry and Microbiology: Jenna Ries – overall OPP Co-op Student of the Year
  • Biology: Andrew Sinstadt
  • Chemistry: Phillip Danby
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences: Rachelle Sarrazin
  • Economics: Justin Ferreira (pictured)
  • Environmental Studies: Miranda Maslany
  • Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education: Michael Slater
  • Fine Arts: Tyler Laing
  • Geography: Kelly Forbes
  • Health Information Science: Faye Morgan Jones
  • Humanities: Nicole Wannamaker
  • Law: Marian Foucault
  • Physics and Astronomy: Alice Koning
  • Political Science: Evan Pivnick
  • Psychology: Kayla Amaladas
  • Public Administration: Naomi Jehlicka
  • Sociology: Paula Flaa

Contact/Organizer name: Vanessa Stofer

Contact/Organizer e-mail: vstofer@uvic.ca

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