Current faculty and staff

Researcher standing on a street downtown

Shopping for answers

Canadian retailers are not as affected by cross-border shopping as you might think. (Photo: Diana Nethercott.)

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A dialogue: climate change, divestment and society

On Jan. 26, 2015 a forum of panelists with diverse backgrounds and viewpoints will consider the complexities of addressing climate change.

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Engage, reflect and be inspired

Registration is now open for the Provost's Diversity Research Forum. Sessions are free and everyone is welcome.

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Rogers profile

Meet UVic's new chancellor

Everyone is invited to an informal welcome event for Shelagh Rogers on Jan. 27 in the Phoenix Building.

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Moussa

Day in the Life: Moussa Magassa

Moussa Magassa works to help create fair and inclusive work and study environments, as well as increase diversity.

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Roberts shows Madeleine (5 years) and Owen (10 years) Brookes the "Facts of Life" app on her iPad

When it’s time for "the talk"

Need help talking to your kids about sex? There's an app for that.

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Current faculty and staff

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FA bargaining update: Union rejection of Administration Outline

Jan. 20, 2015 — On Friday, Jan. 16, the Union negotiating team sent its members a bulletin entitled the "Top Ten Threats to Faculty Association Member Rights" in which it purported to reject a document (the "Outline in Principle") tabled by the Administration negotiating team on Dec. 9.


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UVic invites input to Campus Plan update

The University of Victoria is inviting participation and input from the campus community and the public as it undertakes an update to the 2003 Campus Plan to provide a refreshed vision, guidelines and direction for future campus development.

Forum explores assumptions, barriers to learning

The University of Victoria’s eighth annual Provost’s Diversity Research Forum will look at the concepts of differences that can create challenges to learning in all its forms. Titled Privilege & Prejudice: Assumptions in Learning, the forum will present sessions that look at how perceptions of various factors—gender, social class, sexuality, ethnicity, mental health, and many others—may impact how people learn or teach.

In conversation with Shelagh Rogers

Chancellor Shelagh Rogers, OC, will be “In Conversation” with web industry leader and UVic alumnus Stewart Butterfield, BA ’96, on Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. in the University Centre Farquhar Auditorium.