Research and community

Psychologist Bonnie Leadbeater works with schools, police and community groups across Canada to implement an anti-bullying program known as WITS.
Psychologist Bonnie Leadbeater works with schools, police and community groups across Canada to implement an anti-bullying program known as WITS—Walk away, Ignore, Talk it out and Seek help.

Connected with the community

At UVic, knowledge doesn’t stop at campus boundaries. By building research partnerships in Canada and around the globe that engage communities and address their priorities, the university is improving lives and helping communities thrive.

Explore the UVic Research site and learn about the exciting research that's making a difference to our world.

Partner on research

Whether you’re a community organization with a question about a social issue, a researcher looking to partner with the community, or a student looking for a community-engaged research learning opportunity, UVic’s research partnerships and knowledge mobilization unit can help.

Who are our researchers? What do they study? How is their work relevant to our lives? Find out in our ongoing Faces of UVic Research video series that showcases the depth, breadth and impact of our research talent

To view the full, searchable playlist visit Faces of UVic Research.

Looking for a specific researcher or what experts we have in a field of study? The UVic Expertise Database gives you access to the wealth of research expertise UVic has to offer.

Opinions expressed by researchers are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Victoria.

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