Rendering of the UVic Engineering and Computer Science expansion looking north from Ring Road.

Engineering and computer science expansion

A new hub for high-impact solutions in fields from healthcare technology to environmental sustainability.

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Devon Owpaluk

Maintaining cultural connections during a pandemic

A partnership with the Mastercard Foundation helped meet student needs during the transition to online education.

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Burke poses for a photo with the Athenian acropolis in the background at the height of the pandemic. Image provided courtesy of Burke.

Training world’s top classical scholars

Humanities scholar Brendan Burke is the new Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classical Studies at the prestigious American School of Classical Studies in Athens, the world’s oldest and largest US overseas research centre.

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Gregory Scofield

Beadwork as a form of resistance

UVic researcher combines hands-on learning in traditional Cree-Metis beadwork with readings, films and writing.

Keisha Everson teaches Kwak̕̕wala words to her one-year-old son, Orion.

Restoring the natural flow of language transmission

A professor’s legacy strengthens her former student’s resolve to revitalize the Kwak̕̕wala language within her family and community

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An aerial view of waves crashing on a beach.

World Oceans Day

On June 8, we are celebrating the role the oceans play in all our lives. It’s World Oceans Day, there’s so much to do and UVic is at the forefront.

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UVic biochemist Caren Helbing uses eDNA technologies to track species’ habitat.

Game-changing tool tracks DNA

UVic biochemist Caren Helbing uses eDNA technologies to track species’ habitat.

Budd Hall

National award for devoted scholar

UNESCO Co-Chair Budd Hall, a UVic professor emeritus widely respected for his tireless dedication to community-based research, has won a national award for his years of service.

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2020-21 Vanier scholars


2020-21 Banting fellows

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