Current faculty and staff
These pages provide up-to-date campus notices, news and information relevant to UVic faculty and staff, as well as links to useful electronic tools and resources. Additional on-campus news is available via the Ring newspaper and the biweekly Campus Checklist email newsletter. Read more.
Notices for faculty and staff
UVic is inviting applications from across campus to select a staff member who will be seconded to work with the Greater Victoria United Way fundraising campaign this Fall as UVic’s “loaned representative” to the 2016 campaign. This is a four-month secondment that begins August 29. The successful candidate will work in the United Way offices in support of fundraising with a sector in the community.Read more
There are no announcements at this time. Please check back later.
Top online tools
- Email (outlook)
- My page
- ONECard account
- NetLink ID management
- Job opportunities
- Post a job (administrators)
- A-Z list
Top faculty resources
- Benefits handbook (pdf)
- Board and Senate meetings
- Collective agreement (pdf)
- Conduct your research
- Dates & deadlines
- Library resources
- Policies (VPAC)
- Strategic Research Plan
Events and dates
View all important academic dates in the Academic Calendar.
University Communications + Marketing issues media tips and news releases on behalf of the university:
- School is vital link for youth in foster care
- WITS gets top marks
- UVic chemist gets funding to study Zika virus
- Profound warming predicted with high cumulative emissions
- Experts on Trans Mountain pipeline
The Ring is the University of Victoria's community newspaper. Here are our latest news stories:
- Students launch first downtown community garden in Victoria
- Ice-road research: listening to locals on Arctic and coastal change
- Coast Capital Savings supports expansion of entrepreneurship centre
- The tale the trees tell: droughts will be worse in BC
- A digital field guide for BC central coastal species
Campus Checklist is a brief campus news digest delivered biweekly to all UVic faculty and staff via their university-supplied email. It is intended to help strengthen communications between faculty and staff in different areas, support UVic's culture of respect, inclusion and collaboration, build a sense of shared enterprise and improve campus communications.
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