The Physics Student Association (PSA) represents the Physics and Engineering students at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), in Abbotsford, British Columbia. We exist to serve the students of UFV by augmenting the existing instruction provided through presentations, tours, and social events.
Breathing Phantom Presentation with Brandon Vangederen Date and Time: Jan 17, 2020 from 4:00-5:30 pm in A353 on the Abbotsford Campus of UFV. The AU BAK LING/Auguston Town Development Inc. Annual Scholarship Check out scholarship opportunities Corn Maze 2019! Date and Time: October 16, 2019 at 5:30 pm - 8:00pm PSA Fall 2019 General Meeting Date and Time: Sept 24, 2019 at 2:30 pm in A353 on the Abbotsford Campus of UFV. Frontiers in Biophysics Conference For any students who would in interested in attending this years local biophysics/biotechnology conference, Frontiers in Biophysics, being held downtown Vancouver at SFU's Harbour Centre on June 28th. Frontiers in Biophysics is a fantastic opportunity to network with local biophysics/technology researchers. This year we are also featuring a one hour networking session with local industry leaders. Cohost talk - Rally for Rail Date and Time: June 25, 2019 from 7:00-9:00 pm in B101 on the Abbotsford Campus of UFV. Women In Physics Canada Peer Tutoring CAP Student Advisory Council The CAP is inviting applications for 8-12 seats on the very first CAP Student Advisory Council (SAC). The main role of the SAC is to represent the interests of all Canadian physics students by providing advice and counsel to the CAP Board of Directors on existing and new programs and support for physics students. The CAP is committed to building a vibrant and inclusive physics community in Canada. We welcome applications from students of all backgrounds and will make every effort to have representation from allunderrepresented groups in physics.If you would like to be involved in the development of student activities and resources at the CAP,please submit a brief resumé by email to the Director of Student Affairs (Ben Newling, firstname.lastname@example.org)by the deadline noted below.In your covering email please describe (in no more than 300 words) why you would like to be involved, and, if applicable: (1) initiatives that you would like to see advanced through a national physics association; (2) your previous involvement in promoting equity, diversity and inclusion in physics, and (3) your skills or points of view that you might bring to the Council table.Applications will be accepted until 12 PM (Eastern time) April 8th 2019. Although SAC members must be either a student-affiliate or graduate-student member of the CAP, to join is free so do not hesitate to put your nameforward if you are interested but have not yet joined. EGBC and Networking Event Event Name: EGBC and Networking Event