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MyUVic Life

Follow the daily experiences of 18 undergrad students and see what it's like to be a UVic student.

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Alumni Week

Your ideas needed

UVic is updating its Campus Plan to provide a refreshed vision for the future development of the campus.

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Looking to connect with high-tech employers?

Visit the Hi-Tech Co-op and Career Fair on February 3–4 to meet company reps, discover co-op and career opportunities, and learn what competencies employers look for when hiring.

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A degree in Humanities can lead almost anywhere

Co-op and Career can help you get there. From January 9 to 28, we're offering a series of career-boosting events and workshops to help Humanities students explore career possibilities. Together, we'll put your learning in motion.

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Your résumé. Our help.

Want to improve your résumé or cover letter? Bring your material to one of our Résumania! booths across campus on Tuesday, January 13, and Tuesday, March 17 for some free tips from our career team.

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Pathways to Success: Career development workshops for grad students

What lies beyond graduate school for you? Explore future career paths at these free sessions offered from October 2014 through April 2015. Learn how to transition from grad school to a career, discover current labour market info for academic and non-academic careers, and hear from panels and speakers! Register now.

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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.