The Ring

Day in the life: Grant Hughes & Peter Klit

2013-11-14 10:33

Grant and Peter

In 1973, Peter Klit and Grant Hughes were assigned the same UVic dorm room—David Thompson 209. They quickly bonded, beginning a friendship now in its 40th year. It’s only coincidence they both currently work on campus. (A happy excuse to catch-up more often, they say.)

At the United Nations

2013-11-06 10:44

Benson, Heyns, Haque, Letendre and Haque.

A first-hand account of student and alumni participation in the United Nations High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development

Our well-shined shoes clicking on the marble floor intermingled with our nervous breathing: we were here. Marguerite Heyns, Harrison Ellis, Sophie Letendre and I had finally made it inside the United Nations building and were present at the High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development (HLD).

The sound of silence

2013-11-01 13:48

Working in a coal mine

2013-11-01 10:08

Daviel, with mouse.

2013/14 Schulich Scholarships

2013-10-10 15:15

It is already one month into the new fall term at the University of Victoria, but two undergraduate students have already had a chance to enjoy a transition from high school to university without significant budgetary concerns—thanks to the largest undergraduate scholarship program in the nation.

Day in the life: Elaine Humphrey

2013-10-02 15:39

Humphrey.  Photo: UVic photo services

Down in the basement of the Bob Wright Centre, in a room within a room that cannot be disturbed by traffic from nearby Ring Road or the infinitesimally small particle showers of the sun, the diminutive and engaging Dr. Elaine Humphrey is entrusted with the care and operation of the most powerful microscope in the world.

International prize for digital humanist

2013-10-02 15:13

2013 Premier’s International Scholarships

2013-10-02 15:08

Three UVic students are among 20 BC recipients of premier’s scholarships for study abroad. Carolyn Tsao (economics/mathematics), Ryan Abbott (Hispanic studies), and Victoria More (law) will receive between $6,000 and $10,000 each in Premier’s International Scholarships from the Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society to support their enrolment in overseas programs.

International award for law PhD

2013-10-02 15:05

Visual Arts offers a Paradox

2013-09-26 12:44

"Indeterminancy 2012" (detail) by Paul Walde