Gustavson School of Business has unveiled its in-depth analysis of brands most trusted by Canadians, showing that corporate leadership, social and environmental performance and authenticity are all highly valued.
A major gift from BC sculptor Jeffrey Rubinoff and the Jeffrey Rubinoff Foundation will allow doctoral students at UVic exceptional opportunities to study the complexities and richness of the history of modern and contemporary art and why it matters to Canadians and the world.
Randall Sobie is leading a project to build a cloud computing system for the ATLAS experiment at CERN—providing storage and analysis tools for the billion gigabytes of data produced at the Large Hadron Collider. The new system will significantly advance global investigations into the fundamental structure of the universe.
The Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs program, a joint initiative between TRICORP and UVic's Gustavson School of Business, for delivering business skills training in northern BC took home a top global prize in Oslo, Norway for its impact in Indigenous communities.
UVic historian Mariel Grant is available to media for comment on the royal visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to BC and the Yukon, Sept. 24 to Oct. 1.
UVic physicist Randall Sobie is leading a project to build a data and cloud computing system for the ATLAS experiment at the CERN Laboratory in Geneva Switzerland. The new system will significantly advance global investigations into the fundamental structure of the universe.
Four exceptional leaders in the fields of computing, telecommunications, politics, and athletics to receive honorary degrees - UVic's highest academic honour - at November convocation.
Escalating water challenges in BC, including consecutive droughts, unprecedented floods and strikingly low levels in rivers and streams require a better understanding and coordinated work to avoid future crisis, says a new report by researchers at the POLIS Water Sustainability Project at UVic.
It's full-speed ahead for a new software platform that builds on the world-leading data management system of the UVic's Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) thanks to federal funding announced today at UVic.
Clay Holroyd—a psychologist probing the mysteries of the brain—and Roy Suddaby—a business scholar who investigates corporate social responsibility—are UVic's two newest members of the Royal Society of Canada's prestigious College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.