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UVic launches Mental Health Initiative

Working collaboratively with students, faculty and staff, UVic has developed its Student Mental Health Initiative to support and care for the mental health and wellbeing of students facing the challenges and stress of university life.

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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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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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India field school stages innovative approach to intergenerational theatre

A group of UVic theatre students led by PhD candidate Matthew Gusul departs Sept. 29 for southeast India to help launch the country’s first intergenerational theatre company, in support of local seniors and rural youth. Above: Gusul (centre) during a field trip to the region last year.

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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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CARSA in the news

Local media took part in a tour of UVic's Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities on Aug. 6 for a sneak peek inside the new facility. CARSA opens in spring 2015.

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Study shows degrees good investment

A B.C. university degree is a proven path to employment and a good investment in the future says a new report released today by B.C.’s six research universities, which tracks the outcomes of the graduating class of 2008.

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.