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UVic honorary degree holder and award-winning ethnobotanist Dr. Wade Davis will visit UVic by special arrangement on Friday, Oct. 16 during his 2009 CBC Massey Lecture Tour. Free autographed copies of his new book will be presented to everyone attending the special lecture.
| UVic prepares for H1N1|
The university continues to monitor the 2009 Influenza A H1N1 situation and an advisory group of representatives from key campus areas is managing the university’s response and preparing for an anticipated increase in cases this fall. More»
| Judith Sayers joins the University of Victoria|
A former chief of the Port Alberni Hupacasath First Nation is sharing her expertise with the University of Victoria. More»
| Fewer high school children drinking and smoking|
Is your teen doing drugs? According to a new report on substance use among BC high school students, prepared by the University of Victoria’s Centre of Addictions Research (CARBC) and the McCreary Centre Society (MCS), the answer to that question is probably no. More»
| Anthropologist Wade Davis explores cultures on the edge of extinction|
The man who coined the term “ethnosphere”—meaning the sum total of human thought, language and stories—Dr. Wade Davis is presenting a special lecture at the University of Victoria on Friday, Oct. 16. More»
| UVic introduces new business PhD program|
The Faculty of Business at the University of Victoria is introducing a new PhD program aimed at training the next generation of researchers and educators in the field of international management and organization. More»
| Call for nominations: Victoria's Leadership Awards 2010|
Here is Victoria’s chance to sing its praises of our local heroes. Each year, community leaders are lauded with the Victoria’s Leadership Awards (VLA), and nominations are now being accepted for the 2010 awards. More»
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