News and events

Assistant or Associate Professor opportunity

The University of Victoria School of Nursing invites applications from qualified individuals for a faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. The position will commence January 1, 2019, or as negotiated. We are seeking a faculty member with a dynamic program of scholarship and research in nursing and health, and a commitment to teaching excellence in undergraduate and graduate programs. Our School is committed to mentoring new and experienced faculty in the development of their academic careers.

School of nursing hosts Judy Darcy, Canada's first Minister of Mental Health and Addictions

Judy Darcy, B.C. Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, joined student nurses and faculty with UVic’s School of Nursing to share an announcement on campus April 4, 2018 to advance the scope of practice for all Nurse Practitioners in the province to prescribe therapies for those with opioid addiction.

Lansdowne Lecture: Josephe Gone

The Department of Psychology looks forward to hosting Dr. Joseph Gone as part of the Lansdowne Speaker Series this month.

Resume Day

Do you want to improve your résumé? Need to tweak the content? The format? Maybe give ita complete overhaul? Stop by one of our Résumé Day booths with a copy of your résumé and get expert feedback!

Art exhibit: Currency Circus

A solo exhibition of new paintings & sculpture by noted local artist & currentVisual Arts MFA candidate Shawn Shepherd.

TuesdayTalks: Successful Practice Habits for Musicians

Strong Sentences

Strong Sentences: Polishing Grammar, Word Choice, and Clarity

This workshop focuses on how to balance your sentences for length and variety while using the best possible words and phrases to express your ideas. You'll learn about sentence types and ways toconnect the dots efficiently and clearly.

Sacred Ecology

In our Sacred Ecology gatherings, we explore creative ways to cultivate hope in ourselves and the planet. Take a break in the week to reconnect with the wonder of the natural world.

“The Cultural Dimension of Borders” - Borders in Globalization Research Seminars