Stress and the city

Stress and the city

UVic grad and cognitive neuroscientist Robin Mazumder studies how urban design affects our mental well-being.

Urban design and mental health

Horizon wide open for Schulich leaders

The prestigious Schulich Leaders scholarship program celebrates 10 years of creating tomorrow’s tech innovators, like UVic grads Wylee Fitz-Gerald and Robert Lee.

A decade of Schulich leaders

A nose for health

UVic grad Jamie Knight is championing smell testing as a way to gain insights into brain health and the connection between loss of smell and cognitive decline, including dementia.

Your brain's connection to smell

Dark matters

Marie-Ève Tremblay, an associate professor with the Division of Medical Sciences at UVic, and her team are shedding light on why some brain cells go to the dark side and damage the brain—and how we can prevent it.

Researching the dark side of the brain

Brain gain

How a cognitive-training system designed for athletes can help people with Traumatic Brain Injuries.

NeuroTracker leads to new research

Diagnosis on the double

UVic neuroscientist Olav Krigolson is investigating a mobile test to rapidly flag cognitive impairment—potentially leading to diagnosis years earlier than current practice.

App flags cognitive impairment

Psychedelics revisited

Could magic mushrooms and ecstasy reshape mental health care in Canada? Two UVic grads weigh in from the frontlines of the psychedelic renaissance.

Psychedelics revisited

Alumna Marion Buller named UVic chancellor

Alumna Marion Buller, influential Indigenous legal scholar and former chief commissioner of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, has been named UVic's 12th chancellor.

Indigenous legal scholar returns

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.