Anti-Racism statement from the College of Arts
In the College of Arts, we strive to educate students to become ethical citizens to work together for a just society. We condemn anti-black racism and the vicious forms of policing and controls that continue to be exercised against racialized and indigenous people.
Read the full statement
Creative Resilience in the Age of COVID and Pandemics
Our faculty, staff and students are creatively responding to COVID-19 and pandemics in their research, teaching and scholarship. In this interview, Dr. Linda Pardy (Associate Dean of Students) catches up with Dr. Martha Dow (Associate Sociology Professor, Director of the CHASI Hub and Research Chair, Community Health and Social Innovation) to discuss UFV’s new Community Health and Social Innovation (CHASI) Hub.
UFV’s Community Health and Social Innovation Hub has been created to support the social, mental, emotional, physical, and economic health of those living in our communities. Through collaborative, multisectoral research and community engagement, the Hub acts as a key strategic health partner in the region, working to identify challenges and opportunities to improve individual and community health.
Learn more about the CHASI Hub here.