We're going places
As one of Canada’s top research universities, UVic is home to expertise that spans a broad range of disciplines. We're at the forefront of discovery on everything from aging to music to zoology.
Our researchers are international leaders in the following areas:
UVic researchers are creating new knowledge to improve the social, cultural and economic well-being of people in Canada and around the world.
We're working with community, government and industry partners to turn that new knowledge into action.
Looking to partner on research? Learn more about how we can help you generate and apply new knowledge for societal benefit.
Who are our researchers? What do they study? And how is their work relevant to our lives?
Meet our researchers in the ongoing Faces of UVic Research video series. Our researchers give short and succinct descriptions of their work—in everyday language—that gets to the heart of what they do and why it matters.
Dr. Anne Marshall is the Director for the Centre for Youth and Society at the University of Victoria. In this video, Anne explains the Centre's interdisciplinary approach to research, working with faculty researchers, students, government and community partners on issues that impact youth and families.
UVic KnowlEDGE is a continuing series of feature stories published 10 times a year in partnership with the Victoria Times Colonist. Each story profiles a researcher’s work with a focus on how he or she is making a difference to our lives and the world around us.