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Indigenous Relations Inside and Outside the BC Public Service - Recording available

“Indigenous Relations Inside and Outside the BC Public Service” A panel of four senior Indigenous public servants in the Government of the Province of British Columbia (bios below) will provide reflections on their work in the BC Public Service. They will discuss the status of the implementation of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA), reconciliation in action and their experiences as Indigenous persons working in the BC Government. A key event for students, faculty and anyone interested in Indigenous relations.

Welcome Dr. Yurii Koretskyi

The School of Public Administration is pleased to welcome Dr. Yurii Koretskyi as a Post-Doctoral Fellow. Dr. Koretskyi will be working with Dr. Tamara Krawchenko and Dr. Katya Rhodes on projects linked to Dr, Rhodes’ 2022-25 SSHRC Insight grant which assesses political costs of achieving Canada’s net-zero emissions target using modelling of climate policy pathways and a national survey of public support for stringent climate policy.

Mois de l’Histoire des Noirs 2024 (Black History Month 2024)

À l'occasion
de l'édition 2024 du Mois de l'Histoire des Noirs, le Département de français et d'études francophones de l'Université de Victoria ( DFÉF), en partenariat avec la Société francophone de Victoria(SFV), Association des é africaines et caribéenes (AEAC) de U Vic et Cinecenta organise une série d' activités culturelles visant à informer et à sensibiliser le public de la région deVictoria aux réalisations et aux succès des personnes afro descendantes , et à les conscientiser aux défis auxquels plusieurs des communautés afro-descendantes font encore face au 21e siècle.

For the 2024 edition of Black History Month, the Department of French and Francophone Studies (DFFS) of the University of Victoria (UVic) has partnered with the Victoria Francophone Society (VFS),the African and Caribbean Students Association (ACSA) of UVic, and Cinecenta, to organize a series of cultural activities. These activities aim to inform UVic students, faculty, and staff, along withthe public of the Greater Victoria region, of the many realizations and successes of people of African descent. The activities also aim to raise awareness to the same public, of the challenges thatpeople from several African communities, and people from the African diaspora, still face in the 21st century.

Reading Break for all faculties

Uvic Art Hive

Mustard Seed & Multifaith Centre Food Share Program

This foodshare program provides food for UVic students through the Multifaith Centre.

Pivot-RP Training for Researchers

Pivot-RP is a resource that accelerates the research process by providing a single place to search for funding opportunities and calls for papers, as well as potential partners for collaboration.This session will provide an overview of Pivot-RP. By the end of the session, attendees will know how to create a professional profile on Pivot-RP, discover funding opportunities, and track andmanage opportunities of interest.

Drop in research computing support

Stop by our weekly office hours for help with the computational side of your research.

HINF 2023-2024 Seminar Series: Dr. Jos Aarts

Join us for the School of Health Information Science Seminar Series. This series features International experts in the field of Health Informatics. With the current global changes and demands in health care, optimizing our systems is becomingincreasingly important and urgent. This seminar series focuses on how we can use advances in a range of areas like virtual and patient-centered care, AI and data science to improve health outcomes,and to streamline health care processes.