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CanAssist at the University of Victoria—which develops innovative assistive technologies—is now ready to field test two new devices to ease some of the pressure on many Canadian families as they
care for those living with dementia and to help those living with the progressive condition remain in their own homes for as long as safely possible.
When it comes to the original Star Wars trilogy, the force is definitely with University of Victoria PhD candidate David Christopher. An instructor of cinema and cultural theory in the
Department of Art History and Visual Studies, he is not only developing a course on Star Wars which he hopes to debut at UVic in 2016, but he also played the role of Darth Vader at his own Star
Dr. Scott Iverson of the University of Victoria's Faculty of Engineering, who has expertise in sustainable transportation systems engineering, is available to media to discuss the design options
unveiled by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure yesterday as potential improvements to the McKenzie Interchange.
Royal Society of Canada scientists, scholars and artists from across the country will converge on the Fairmont Empress Hotel in downtown Victoria on Nov. 26-28 for the society’s annual general
A new six-year research and public engagement initiative, partly funded by SSHRC and jointly led by UVic, the CCPA and the Parkland Institute, will map the networks of fossil fuel industries in
The Sisters of St. Ann are establishing an endowment at the University of Victoria that will continue their legacy of providing education for young people most in need. The $2-million Youth in
Care Student Award Endowment will cover the annual tuition costs for an undergraduate degree for up to 15 former youth in care.