Vancouver Island University

Students contemplating the next step in their post-secondary careers can drop in to Vancouver Island University’s (VIU) virtual Graduate Programs Expo on Jan. 19.
Vancouver Island University’s (VIU) Spring Arts & Humanities Colloquium Series will take audience members on a journey through the theatre of grotesque.
The research builds on the group’s 2021 COVID-19 Employee Well-Being survey, which garnered 20,000 responses. New funding will allow them to interview 100 employed parents who have been forced into emergency teleworking.
“Their success is quite remarkable when you consider the challenges they have overcome over the past year,” said Jennifer Sills, manager of education abroad and the QES program at VIU.
Dr. Evan Tlesla II Adams was an actor in his 20s before changing careers — he is now responsible for looking after the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples across Canada
The camp, which includes a blend of online and in-person activities, is organized by the VIU ‘su’luqw’a’ Community Cousins Aboriginal mentorship program.

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