Paula McPhee and her husband, Nairn, stand in front of their zero-waste grocery store on Douglas Street in Victoria

Zeroing in on no waste

Co-owner of Victoria's Zero Waste Emporium, UVic alumna Paula McPhee (nee Romagosa, BSc '04) offers some tips on making 2021 a green new year.

Zeroing in on no waste
UVic researcher Adam Sherk is used to delivering bad news about drinking—all in the name of public health and well-being.

Sobering facts

UVic researcher Adam Sherk is used to delivering bad news about drinking—all in the name of public health and well-being.

Sobering facts
Screenwriter Susie Winters

Winters' tale

UVic grad and screenwriter Susie Winters slips below surface in her new feature film All-in Madonna.

Screenwriter Susie Winters
Kevin Hall

Five questions with Kevin Hall

The University of Victoria’s eighth president, Dr. Kevin Hall, kindly participated in a Q&A so UVic alumni can get to know him better.

Five Questions with Kevin Hall
Picture of Giving Tuesday

Just add sprinkles

This year's Giving Tuesday event sprinkled $148,260 across 20 different funds on campus. That money will support students, power exciting research and expand outreach programs that encourage safe and healthy communities.

Just add sprinkles

Giving spirits

Alumna Jessica Schacht (BFA ’10) and her company, Ampersand Distilling, are producing and donating litres of hand sanitizer to ease local shortages during the pandemic.

Giving spirits

Welcome, Jane Potentier

Our team is delighted to welcome Jane Potentier as the new Associate Vice-President, Alumni and Development at the University of Victoria.

 

Welcome, Jane Potentier

What's your UVic story?

As one of our valued alumni, your story matters to us. In fact, we’d love to hear your UVic story, in your own words.

Share your story

Service update

In response to ongoing COVID-19 situation the Alumni and Development staff are working remotely.

Should you wish to connect with Alumni Relations staff during this office closure, please use one of the following two options:

  • Call the alumni relations office at 250-721-6000 and leave a message
  • Email alumni@uvic.ca

We are checking messages daily, and will respond to your call or email as soon as possible.

We appreciate your continued support and hope you and your family remain well during this difficult period.

Connect. Learn. Remember.

The important role of alumni in the life of the University of Victoria can be expressed in a lot of ways. By maintaining connections, taking advantage of opportunities to learn, and by keeping our UVic memories close to our hearts, alumni are part of the past, present and future of the university.

The UVic Alumni Association, with the help of Alumni Relations staff, help to keep strong bonds between UVic and its the worldwide community of graduates by offering an exciting and growing program of services.