UVic honours Indigenous children

The UVic community gathered at noon on June 1 to honour the 215 Indigenous children found by the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops.

UVic honours Indigenous children
Cinecenta's new programmer

Cinecenta programmer ready for her close-up

Program coordinator Amy Anderson talks movies, the return of in-person screenings and the secret to Cinecenta’s ‘damn fine popcorn’

Q&A with Amy Anderson
Networking expert

Networking expert connects the dots

Prior to her Nov. 16 speaking event, J. Kelly Hoey discusses what New Yorkers have taught her about communicating, the roots of her fabulous footwear obsession and why networking isn’t a four-letter word. 

Q&A with J. Kelly Hoey
Healthy vision

Healthy vision

As the founder of the Support Network for Indigenous Women and Women of Colour (SNIWWOC), UVic grad Boma Brown is a leading light in diversity and equity work.

Healthy vision
Pod Almighty!

Pod Almighty!

Plug in your headphones and perk up your ears for this roundup of podcasts created by UVic alumni, professors and students.

Pod Almighty!
Ry Moran returns

Ry Moran returns

Ry Moran returned to campus last fall as the inaugural associate university librarian – reconciliation. His focus is to encourage others down a path of healing, reconciliation and human rights. 

Ry Moran returns
Bright futures

Bright futures

Science grads Yamila Franco and Paige Whitehead teamed up to form Nyoka Design Labs, which makes light wands and glow sticks using non-toxic biodegradable materials and bioluminescence. 

Bright futures
Bold type

Bold type

For as long as he can remember, Kevin Hall, UVic's eighth president, has been guided by the belief that getting a university education can change everything about a person’s life.

Bold type

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.