Current faculty and staff

Olav Krigolson (centre) with UVic PhD students, Tom Ferguson (left) and Chad Williams (right).

Brain burnout

Olav Krigolson has developed a unique mobile electroencephalography (EEG) system to investigate what’s happening in our brains when we’re tired, stressed, oxygen-deprived, struggling with dementia, concussed—or on Mars.

knowlEDGE
Three artists are transforming the stories of Holocaust survivors into graphic novels as part of a three-year global project led by UVic scholar Charlotte Schallie (pictured above, centre, with the first pair of participants).

Graphic novels tell Holocaust stories

Three artists are transforming the stories of Holocaust survivors into graphic novels as part of a three-year global project led by UVic scholar Charlotte Schallie (pictured above, centre, with the first pair of participants).

UVic News
lightbulbs illuminated on a table during a special innovation event

Tech consortium funds UVic research, innovation

Using big data to improve the health of major water systems and advancing women entrepreneurs in BC, are two research projects to benefit from funding by the Digital Technology Supercluster.

UVic News
Divers in the ocean

Top 10 newsmakers of 2019

As UVic looks ahead in the new year, we’re also celebrating our most memorable moments and compelling stories of 2019.

UVic news
Rory Hills leans on scientific equipment

UVic biochemistry student named 2020 Rhodes Scholar

Biochemistry undergraduate student Rory Hills developed a love for science early in life. This drove his desire to help solve society’s toughest problems including the opioid crisis and climate change.

UVic News
Nick Dechev holds an artificial hand in front of a Victoria Hand Project sign.

Victoria Hand Project extends its reach

Nick Dechev and the Victoria Hand Project receive $1M from TD Bank Group to provide 3D-printed devices to kids with scoliosis and to amputees in underserved and remote communities in Canada & US.

UVic News
Craig Brown poses at a desk with a computer and microscope in behind him.

Understanding the aging brain

Neurobiologist Craig Brown and the students in his laboratory at UVic’s Division of Medical Sciences are investigating new approaches to slow loss of brain power.

KnowlEDGE
Artist Carey Newman participates in a traditional ceremony involving the Witness Blanket.

Historic agreement finalized in traditional ceremony

A groundbreaking agreement between Kwakwaka’wakw artist Carey Newman (Hayalthkin’geme) and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights governing the protection and use of the Witness Blanket was finalized through traditional ceremony on Vancouver Island. 

UVic news

Current faculty and staff

Search


feature photo

New Vikes initiatives aimed at supporting high-performance athletes

January 23, 2020 - Ring

UVic is unveiling several initiatives that build on the Vikes' rich athletic tradition and its ongoing and deep commitment to providing a supportive high-performance environment for student athletes. The changes and additions aim to affirm, educate and support a culture of excellence for UVic athletics and provide improved resources for students and coaches.

Read more: New Vikes initiatives aimed at supporting high-performance athletes

View all notices

 

News releases

View all news