Updated territory acknowledgement

October 11, 2019 - Notice

The Indigenous Territory Acknowledgement that you hear spoken at UVic’s public events and gatherings, and see in our printed publications and websites, is a vital and visible way that the university honours the traditional territory of the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples. This summer, the university approved the option for faculty and staff to include the acknowledgement on university stationery and business cards.

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Indigenous high school students experience STEM research at UVic

June 25, 2019 - News

Lysozymes. Particle physics. Virtual reality. Drone technology. Black holes. These are a few of the science and technology topics that 10 Indigenous high school students delved into during a week-long STEM residency at the University of Victoria from May 27-31. The grade 11 students—nine from BC and one from Saskatchewan—were mentored by UVic professors and grad students over five eventful days on campus.

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