CIVL Radio awarded $50,000 in funding

On July 9, the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) and CIVL Radio, UFV’s campus and community radio station, announced that $50,000 will be used for the RECORDING project at…

Meet UFV’s new summer appointments and hires

UFV has seen a number of new hires, appointments, and changes in staffing over the course of this summer, beginning with Dr. Joanne MacLean taking on her new role as…

Rising from the yeast, settling in the West

Although he’s been teaching on and off since 2005, Summer 2018 marks the first semester that yeast geneticist Jesper Johansen has had the chance to teach at UFV. Originally from…

Triple O’s comes to UFV

UFV’s food services will see a refresh this summer. The Cascade Café, UFV’s cafeteria, has been closed from June 4 to 29, undergoing renovations for the addition of a Triple…

Professor Profile: Chris Friesen

Visual arts professor Chris Friesen is an incredibly active member of the local arts community. With a long list of connections and accomplishments under his belt, Chris’s most recent contribution…

From rock ‘n’ roll to the Renaissance

Jill Bain teaches art history at UFV and has done so since the early-’90s. Before teaching at UFV, Jill studied in Rome, London, and New York. After graduating from the…

No personal device support for summer students

The UFV Student Union Society (SUS) will be entering into a new partnership this fall with the university’s technical services to offer students a larger range of IT support for…

Speaking to the president

Are you excited? Of course you’re excited. I am so excited. I’m beyond honoured to have this opportunity. I’m really interested in working with our students, working with our faculty,…

UFV students display knowledge at B.C. Tech Summit

Two UFV students were asked for resumes while presenting their final project — an automated control system that could be used in an industrial setting — at Western Canada’s largest…