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Orientation events are now underway at UVic. Keep an eye out for various events and activities on campus to welcome new and returning students, including Graduate Student Orientation (Sept. 4),
Family Orientation (Sept. 6), the President's Welcome Barbecue (Sept. 8), UVSS Campus Kickoff (Sept. 9-12), Thunderfest (Sept. 11) and more.
On Aug. 26, UVic unveiled the Lynda & Murray Farmer Walk of Excellence. The new showcase walkway in CARSA honours the legacy of former Chancellor Murray Farmer and his wife, Lynda, and
celebrates the talent, history and accomplishments of the Vikes.
What will the Holocaust mean for future generations? UVic will host a global gathering Sept. 1 to 3 to explore Holocaust education and how it can be used as a means to tackle contemporary issues
of multi-cultural human rights education.
Many more young people are at risk of harm from alcohol than previously estimated shows a new study published in the Canadian Journal of Public Health by researchers at the University of
Victoria’s Centre for Addictions Research of BC.
UVic research published in the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences reveals new geological ages and clues about how Queen Charlotte Sound, Hecate Strait, and offshore Vancouver Island were formed,
helping to understand some of the potential impacts on coastal communities.