Current faculty and staff

President Jamie Cassels

President's Campus Update

On Oct. 7, UVic President Jamie Cassels led a Campus Update session, where he addressed some of the university's major strengths, challenges, opportunities and plans over the next few years. The report and video are now available online.

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Plasma car

United to Change with the 2014 UVic United Way campaign

Show your support at these upcoming events: Plasma Car Races, Oct. 28 at noon in the SUB, UVic Libraries Book Sale, Nov. 18-20 in the SUB, and the Winter Artisans Market, Nov. 25 and 26 in University Centre.

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Two researchers in a car

Staying behind the wheel

UVic psychologist Holly Tuokko, left, is a lead investigator in a Canada-wide study on older drivers.

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Storey and MacDonald

Two researchers named to new college

Computer scientist Peggy Storey and psychologist Stuart MacDonald are charter members of a new Royal Society of Canada college for outstanding young scholars.

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Get to know our researchers

What do our researchers and artists study and how is it relevant to our lives? Find out in a new batch of short "Faces of UVic Research" videos.

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Mystic Market interior

New campus food facility opens Sept. 20

Mystic Market features eight food kiosks and a general store, and it's the first zero-waste facility on campus. For streamlined service, the new University Centre food facility will be accepting ONECard and cash only.

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Current faculty and staff

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Research presentation on The UVic Difference project, Oct. 21

A representative from the Strategic Counsel research firm will take attendees through the key research findings and answer questions relating to The UVic Difference positioning project.


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News

Science off the grid: BC's remote coast

A multi-disciplinary cluster of nearly 150 scientists from the University of Victoria, University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and the Hakai Institute, as well as nearly 40 First Nations community leaders will meet for the third annual Hakai Research Exchange, Oct. 24 in Sidney, BC to showcase their work.