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The University of Victoria is honouring two years of publications by UVic authors at a reception and reading hosted by CBC Radio's Jo-Ann Roberts on Oct. 27 at the UVic Bookstore. Dr. Paul Zehr, UVic professor of kinesiology and neuroscience and the director of UVic's Centre for Biomedical Research, is a feature author and will read from his book Becoming Batman, just in time for Hallowe'en.
| UVic scores A- from students|
Today, the Globe and Mail released its annual Canadian University Report on what undergraduate students have to say about their university experience, with the University of Victoria receiving an A- for overall student satisfaction. More»
| $1.55 million funds data preservation and bringing ocean research to the public|
Two projects that give members of the community the opportunity to participate in the groundbreaking research being conducted at the University of Victoria are part of $10.5 million in funding announced recently by CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network. More»
| UVic professor wins award for innovative wave research|
UVic associate professor of mechanical engineering Dr. Brad Buckham has received an Entrepreneurship Fellow Award announced Oct.19 by the British Columbia Innovation Council for exceptional achievement in the commercialization of technology.
| Legacy awards: UVic's celebration of excellence|
The Legacy Awards, UVic’s annual gala celebration of outstanding members of the university community, were presented on Oct. 13 at the Victoria Conference Centre. More»
| Scientific breakthrough with light opens doors for viral research|
A Canada-Spain research collaboration between University of Victoria engineering professor Dr. Reuven Gordon and Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) group leader Dr. Romain Quidant has developed a new method to gently trap, manipulate and study tiny, active objects as miniscule as viruses without inflicting any damage. More»
| UVic named one of BC's top 50 employers|
The University of Victoria is named as one of BC’s top 50 employers in an annual competition organized by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers. More»
| Canadian By Nature|
One of Canada’s most acclaimed nature writers, Don Gayton, is the University of Victoria’s Haig-Brown Centenary Writer-in-Residence. More»
uvic at night by Sophie Wright.
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