December 18, 2001 - On 1 January, 2002, 12 European Union countries will start using the Euro banknotes and coins.
December 14, 2001 - Looking for answers to questions raised by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent war against terrorism?
December 5, 2001 - David Claus, who graduated from UVic this year with a degree in mechanical engineering, has been selected the B.C. recipient of the Rhodes Scholarship for 2002.
December 4, 2001 - An upcoming UVic memorial service to mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women will honour the 14 young women who were killed at Montréal's Ecole Polytechnique
December 3, 2001 - Three of Victoria's leading citizens will be honoured on December 4 with 2001 UVic Community Leadership Awards.
December 3, 2001 - Dr. Vijay Bhargava, UVic electrical and electronic engineering professor, has been awarded a Canada Research Chair in wireless communications.
November 29, 2001 - TELUS and the University of Victoria have signed a five-year agreement
November 21, 2001 - On Saturday, Nov. 24 almost 1,200 students will mark the end of one journey and the beginning of another when they graduate at UVic's fall convocation ceremonies.
November 20, 2001 - What if you could take a snapshot of your ailments and then use it to chart improvements in your health?
November 15, 2001 - A lifetime of public service was recognized today when UVic conferred an honorary doctor of laws degree on Sultan Vicwood K. T. Chong
October 30, 2001 - UVic visual arts students now have the capacity to produce professional quality digital films thanks to a $250,000 gift of equipment and funding from CanWest Global Foundation.
October 25, 2001 - A new study, conducted by UVic and the Prostitutes Empowerment, Education and Resource Society (PEERS), is providing fresh insight on what it is like to be a sex worker in the capital region.
October 10, 2001 - Cancer research and education on Vancouver Island got a shot in the arm today with the signing of an agreement between the University of Victoria and the BC Cancer Agency
October 9, 2001 - Two prominent businessmen, one of Canada's foremost music educators, and a national advocate for children's rights will receive honorary degrees this fall from the University of Victoria.
October 5, 2001 - Dr. Paul Butler will talk about his prominent role in the discovery of planets beyond our solar system
October 1, 2001 - Experience the history of earth's evolution through an open air exhibit on display at UVic from Oct. 3 to 10.
September 26, 2001 - An ambitious University of Victoria-based research project may one day allow people with severe disabilities to communicate more effectively and independently
September 25, 2001 - The love of a dog named Toby has made Sadey Guy an award winner.
September 21, 2001 - Whatever you call it, it's an increasing trend among a group of women who are all-but-invisible to census takers, policy analysts and child welfare agencies.
September 20, 2001 - After extensive on-and off-campus consultation, UVic's planning and priorities committee has released its blueprint for the university's future and wants feedback from the public.
September 13, 2001 - Three University of Victoria students will be among the 78 scholars who will receive the inaugural Michael Smith Trainee Awards at a ceremony
September 4, 2001 - The traditional ceremony launching the first day of classes at UVic's law faculty included a few extra guests today
August 28, 2001 - A $1 million grant from the Law Foundation of B.C. to UVic's faculty of law will help law students tackle the complex legal issues affecting relations between Canada's aboriginal and non-aboriginal populations.
August 16, 2001 - The University of Victoria is the main beneficiary of the estate of Michael Williams--the respected Victoria heritage property developer, patron of the arts and philanthropist who passed away Nov. 9, 2000
August 9, 2001 - Get ready to learn! The new fall 2001 Continuing Studies calendar contains over 160 courses to expand the intellect
July 20, 2001 - Give young women a say in what gets their hearts racing, and chances are they'll be more willing to sweat it out in Grade 11 and 12 physical education classes.
July 17, 2001 - The stereotype that poor, minority group teenage girls ruin their lives when they get pregnant is challenged in a new book by UVic psychology professor Dr. Bonnie Leadbeater.
July 12, 2001 - The UVic engineering students behind Go West want to inspire more young women to become engineers.
July 6, 2001 - Colourful hand-drawn cards hang on the walls of Dr. Lily Dyson's office at UVic.
July 6, 2001 - Falls in care facilities happen with startling regularity. Each year, the extended and intermediate care residents at the 273-bed Oak Bay Lodge fall down a combined total of 1,000 times.
July 3, 2001 - A slippery floor, a loose shoe, a wobbly walker can all lead to a life-altering fall for long-term care residents.
June 27, 2001 - Future doctors could soon be studying in Victoria as part of a joint initiative between the University of Victoria and UBC to take provincial medical education beyond the Lower Mainland core.
June 26, 2001 - A delegation of the Ainu people (the indigenous people of Japan) will be welcomed to UVic in a formal greeting ceremony on Wednesday, June 27, 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Charles Elliott Transformation pole
June 25, 2001 - A dozen women and men whose legacy of volunteer service in the capital region represents decades of dedication to improving the lives of others are the nominees for the 2001 Valued Elder Recognition Award.
June 25, 2001 - UVic urban geographer Dr. Larry McCann has always had a passion for Oak Bay. He grew up playing roller hockey in the parking lot of Oak Bay's municipal hall.
June 20, 2001 - Journalists are invited to attend the colourful unveiling and dedication of the 2001 Millennium Time Capsule
June 18, 2001 - Each year, falls-related injuries to older Canadians cost the country's health care system about $2.8 billion.
June 15, 2001 - The provincial government must respect and listen to nurses on the front lines of health care delivery if it wants to be successful in its promise to improve B.C.'s health care system
June 12, 2001 - Gravitational waves are the cosmic phenomena predicted by Einstein's General Theory of Relativity but never directly proven in an experiment.
June 11, 2001 - Baby boomers like to call them 'seniors' moments'--those frustrating, momentary memory lapses when a normally sharp, agile mind suddenly goes blank.
June 8, 2001 - They're the bane of baby boomers--those frustrating, momentary memory lapses when a normally sharp, agile mind goes suddenly blank.
May 29, 2001 - Almost 2,500 students will graduate at the University of Victoria's spring 2001 convocation ceremonies on June 6--8.
May 25, 2001 - Childhood is universal. Regardless of culture, social status, geography or any of the other differences separating human beings, we were all once children.
May 17, 2001 - The University of Victoria's Board of Governors has approved a break-even budget for UVic for 2001-02 that increases funding for student scholarships by $500,000.
May 16, 2001 - The University of Victoria has a new vice president academic and provost -- Prof. Jamie Cassels, a member of the University of Victoria's faculty of law since 1981 and dean of law since 1999.
May 16, 2001 - The following UVic faculty members are available to talk about issues in the wake of the 2001 provincial general election
May 14, 2001 - Sometimes a job requires someone to come in and get an assignment done quickly.
May 10, 2001 - More than 1,000 software developers and engineers involved in research, business and education in 38 countries are heading to Toronto for the world's premier conference on software engineering.
May 8, 2001 - University of Victoria researchers are playing prominent roles in three new national research networks in environmental studies
May 1, 2001 - Dr. Neena Chappell, director of the University of Victoria Centre on Aging and faculty member in the sociology department, has been awarded a prestigious Canada Research Chair
May 1, 2001 - University of Victoria President David Turpin will meet community leaders Friday in a public roundtable forum on the future of UVic beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the Kingfisher Resort in Courtenay.
May 1, 2001 - Corporations and environmentalists -- usually they are cast as opponents in the public mind.
April 23, 2001 - University of Victoria President David Turpin will sit down with Nanaimo community leaders Wednesday in a roundtable forum on the future of UVic, beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the Coast Bastion Inn.
April 20, 2001 - According to the 1996 census over 9,000 young people in the Capital Regional District live in poverty with members of their family or on their own.
April 19, 2001 - The annual UVic Plant Sale will be on May 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the McKinnon Gym
April 18, 2001 - Faculty available to comment on upcoming election:
April 18, 2001 - With all the pressures on the contemporary family, many children struggle with knowing where they belong.
April 10, 2001 - UVic biologist Dr. Ben Koop is one of several B.C. scientists who will benefit from $136 million in research funding announced by Genome Canada last week.
April 6, 2001 - A Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, an internationally respected astronomer, and a national advocate for the homeless are among eight individuals who will be awarded honorary degrees at the University of Victoria's 2001 spring convocation, June 6 - 8.
April 5, 2001 - A high performance supercomputer unmatched by any university research computer in Canada was officially launched today at the University of Victoria, where it will be used in research ranging from cancer to the cosmos.
April 2, 2001 - Although 16 per cent of Victoria's women live in poverty, they have virtually no voice in developing the policies and designing the housing they need for themselves and their households
March 27, 2001 - Forest biology research at the University of Victoria is about to get a major boost with the addition of a new, high-tech greenhouse facility.
March 26, 2001 - Gardeners can obey water restrictions and still have a flourishing garden this summer if they plant with native species this spring says ethnobotanist Dr. Nancy Turner.
March 19, 2001 - Long before Russell Crowe became a major Oscar contender by fighting for his life in Gladiator, Kirk Douglas combined sandals and swordplay in the epic Spartacus.
March 19, 2001 - UVic celebrates spring with music, words and ideas and is inviting the community to join in at this year's Community Festival from March 31 to April 6.
March 14, 2001 - Work conducted at UVic as part of a new research network may lead to earlier identification of youngsters with reading difficulties and help them with their reading comprehension.
February 23, 2001 - UVic is holding three town hall meetings throughout the capital region in March to seek public input on the university's plans and priorities for the future.
February 23, 2001 - A UVic business professor is turning the tables on trust.
February 21, 2001 - Bannock baking and revolution making are just two of the items on the schedule when UVic's Native Students' Union presents "Aboriginal Awareness Week" from Feb. 26 to March 2 throughout the campus.
February 19, 2001 - Over $4 million in health research grants have been awarded to UVic researchers for three projects
February 13, 2001 - When aging parents need care from their children, how does that impact the family?
February 13, 2001 - Sponsorship commitments from leading members of Canada's technology, resource and research sectors have helped generate $142,500 for the Canadian Engineering Competition, March 1-4
February 13, 2001 - University of Victoria biologist Dr. Ben Koop is looking forward to devoting 100 per cent of his time over the next two years to exploring the mysteries of the genetic universe.
February 5, 2001 - Clayoquot Sound is recognized worldwide for its natural beauty, special ecological significance and past disputes over conservation and logging.
January 29, 2001 - Neither William Shakespeare nor the Grinch can escape the all-pervasive influence of new media.
January 26, 2001 - Europe is in flux, riding a wave of political and economic change unprecedented in the last 150 years, and the University of Victoria is helping Canada keep up.
January 24, 2001 - Five years ago, there were few resources for teachers wanting to offer a web-based course; so UBC computer scientist Murray Goldberg developed his own.
January 12, 2001 - Shakespeare's genius has reached across centuries and cultures and now, with the help of English professor Michael Best, the Bard is extending his audience via the newest medium: the Internet.