EVENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS
COEVALITY: UFV Visual Arts Diploma Grad Show 2017
March 15 - April 5, 2017
Reception March 17, 4:30 - 6:30pm
Symposium: "Does the current information environment contribute to political polarization?"
March 21 2017, 12pm-2pm in the Great Hall (Student Union Building)
Don't miss this multi-discipline Symposium! This event consists of a presentation, inter-panel discussion, and audience member/panelist discussion.
Panel Members: Sven van de Wetering, Wayne Podrouzek, Darren Blakeborough, Fiona MacDonald, Prabhsharanbir Singh, Patti Wilson, and Erin Oswald
Association of History Students and the History Department present: "War and Canadian Identity: Does Vimy Matter?"
March 21 2017, 2:30pm - 4:30pm, Room B121
Canada's identity has been greatly shaped by the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Join the panel as they discuss the historical and social significance the battle still holds 100 years later.
Panel Members: Dr. Scott Sheffield (HIST), Dr. Edward Akuffo (POSC), Dr. Prabhjot Parmar (ENGL), Melissa Wing (Association of History Students), Dr. Christopher Leach (HIST - moderator)
COLLEGE OF ARTS NEWS
Congratulations class of 2016/17! Celebrate your achievements at UFV and share this significant milestone with your family and friends. Convocation is scheduled for June 2 & 3rd.
Please see Convocation Grad Check List 2017
Additional information can be found at www.ufv.ca/convocation/
International Women's Day
UFV commemorated International Women's Day on March 8, 2017 with a "Talk and Walk" event and more.
Politalk Round Table Series: "Trump as President: What Now?"
On January 26, UFV faculty and students engaged in a stimulating and insightful interdisciplinary conversation on the "Trump Question."
Congratulations to Raelynne Schulz, College of Arts Dean’s Medal Recipient (Humanities) for 2016!
Raelynne graduated in June 2016 with an exceptionally high average in her French Major Program within the Bachelor of Arts. Raelynne’s intelligent and amiable presence has enriched her fellow students and the entire French program. Raelynne has chosen to become a teacher. Her intelligence, warmth, patience and respectful attitude will ensure that she is as successful as a teacher as she has been as a student. She is sure to contribute significantly to improving the quality of French teaching in our district, and will enhance UFV’s reputation within our community and beyond.
Research Excellence Awards