On Feb. 1, Fisk gave a lecture called “Arab Awakening: but are we hearing the truth?” at a sold-out event at UVic’s Flury Hall in the Wright Centre.
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According to a recent labour market profile, a province-wide demand for highly educated workers is set to overtake the number of qualified workers starting in 2016 and increasing through 2020.
A team of astronomers including two UVic professors have made an amazing discovery that could change our understanding of how galaxies are formed. Their research looks at the behaviour of dwarf galaxies. A paper recently published in Nature journal entitled “A vast, thin plane of corotating dwarf galaxies orbiting the Andromeda galaxy” explains that about… Read more »
On the evening of January 16 some 70 students attended UVic Environmental Round Table (UVERT) 3.0 , an annual activity put on by UVic environmental advocacy group Common Energy. These students generated some 18 issues that they wanted to discuss in six groups around the Upper Lounge in three sessions. The event organizer was Miranda Maslany, a fourth… Read more »
Canada absent from 57 countries that believe ICC involvement is next step
Students, Victorians 19 years and older welcome to join search in the city
A UVic residence building has been recognized for its environmental design and sustainability.
Larsen has dedicated his life’s work to cannabis law reform.
UVic’s 2011 Combination Pension Plan shows over $4 million invested in Enbridge Inc. and over $45 million in the tar sands, which make up the majority of the energy portfolio.