Science activities and events
Members of our departments participate in volunteer programs like the Speakers Bureau to bring science to the community and support young scientists.
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.
- On-campus community activities
Come to campus to attend events and seminars.
- Classroom or group activities
Does your your classroom or group want to learn more about science? We'd love to come visit! We also have teaching resources that may help you.
- Teaching resources
Documents from the Year of Science make science learning fun.
Featured upcoming events
Invited Lansdowne Lectures
Each year three science departments bring great researchers to campus. Lansdowne visitors for 2012-13:
|Dr. David Ruelle (Emeritus Professor)
Institut Des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques
|September, 2012||Contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for more details|
|Dr. Michael Mann
Pennsylvania State University
|March, 2013||Contact the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences for more details|
|Dr. Carlos Frenk
University of Durham, England
|April, 2013||Contact the Department of Physics and Astronomy for more details|
Volunteering for outreach
Are you a researcher, graduate or undergraduate student, high school student, teacher, or science enthusiast?
There are many programs to excite and inform students and the wider community about science. If you're interested, contact John Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-721-7060.
Media and government
Read the latest research news from UVic:
- UVic news and events
- Fast Lane, UVic’s semi-annual research newsletter
- KnowlEDGE, UVic’s monthly research profile in the Victoria Times Colonist
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