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July 13, 2006
SFU leads the pack in research publication effectiveness
Research explores Internet's language and cultural preservation value
Award-winning basketball team takes on the Far East
Welcome to camp SFU!
Come enjoy a picnic with the president by the AQ's reflecting pond
Classical music comes to Burnaby mountain
June 29, 2006
Of Loaves and Fishes
New Engineering Scholarships for Women
Mauser to speak at United Nations conference
June 15, 2006
New directors appointed in student services
Diamond centre chef takes national award
Open house visitor wins iPod
SFU joins francophone organization
Open house raffle winner a North Delta student
New phone numbers on the way
Students earn UN award
June 7, 2006
MITACS aids Quebec science show
Good year for Bennett library
New name for occupational health
Zander wins international award
May 18, 2006
New residences win design award
Investment seminar set for May 25
Mentorship program seeks volunteers
New Italian program created
Mathewes, Anderson on PBS special
Shell wins science writing award
Outstanding grads wanted
Library association honours Wosk
SFU takes award for alumni event
New York photos at gallery
April 5, 2006
Social networks help solve problems
Ovenell-Carter wins writing award
Nominations open for service awards
Associate VP-research sought
Retirement seminar planned
Budget set, tuition fees rise 2 per cent
Plant sale set for May 17
Silent auction begins May 1
Grad sparks biotechnology deal
Corazza, Richardson top athletes
Recipes wanted
Holt wins administrator award
March 23, 2006
Learn about leading edge technology
Clague wins outreach award
European organization honours Flowers
Wright lectures on prejudice
Dialogue program seeks recruits
Swimming for cystic fibrosis
Public open house set for June 3
March 9, 2006
Feenberg to speak about French posters
Research collaboration encouraged
Nominations sought for awards
President's lecture on prejudice
Symposium slated on social citizenship
Senate approves private college
Tech savvy for the layman
Bailey named acting football coach
Scholarship honours Borden
Correction
February 23, 2006
Fattah named VP of criminology society
Two students honoured for service
UniverCity open house slated for March
Open forum on academic structure
Facilitator joins talks
Forum to discuss international students
Lectures focus on Vancouver's future
Business students analyse gun registry
Choreographer presents free lecture
Funding for fellowships announced
February 9, 2006
RRSP seminar set for February
Business students win seven awards
Awards ceremony set for Feb. 16
SFU has conference solution
February 9, 2006
Business internationally accredited
Belzberg library open on Sunday
Applied sciences open house Feb. 11
Phone book now on web
January 26, 2006
Senate approves global health program
Grisé honoured for service
International student area opened
Legal studies offered
Price heads City Program
Senft honoured by transportation group
Sun writer wins Shadbolt fellowship
Sterling nominees sought
First Nations programs approved
High-speed network completed
Francis named to board
Contest offers $20,000 prize
January 12, 2006
Alumni donations increase
Faculty nominations sought
President's forum slated for Jan.18
Administrators seek award nominees
Open house set for June 3
December 1, 2005
Leaders wanted
Construction sites dangerous
Electronic Arts sponsors contest
Nominations open for staff award
November 17, 2005
Choir performs at Images
Senate approves scheduling policy
Gagans win medal
New education course approved
Ignatieff to give free lecture
Faculty structure review set
Contest winners chosen
November 3, 2005
Debentures upgraded
Salmon conference on Nov. 7
Community outreach strengthened
New DVD on SFU released
October 20, 2005
Cranston named chair of BCNET
Put cell phone on ICE
McPhee appointed to SFU board
New book focuses on governor general
Munro lecture set for October
October 6, 2005
Contest open to students
Women's economic security discussed
Gardner wins honourable mention
Lawrence awarded prize for article
Join the walk for wishes
Lertzman paper wins award
Graduate business programs move
Senate approves new institute
September 22, 2005
Contributions recognized
Women's health network set to launch
Hellenic studies expands
Nominate an excellent teacher
SFU helps Katrina students
McNutt wins prestigious award
President's award nominations open
Art auction slated for Oct. 27
Thanking someone special
Simon Fraser launches urban studies graduate program
September 8, 2005
CBC exec chairs HIPPY
Tell us your story
Mathematicians awarded grants
Youngsters win piping contest
July 7, 2005
Alumni elect new executive
Burnaby honours SFU
Bamfield opens new research centre
Grad students win health awards
Learning centre staff win awards
Vancouver turns to dialogue program
Imagination conference set for July
Preparing for emergencies
June 23, 2005
Students win technology award
Senate approves program
Truax produces new CD
International centre approved
Education website recognized
New bike lane approved
Choral festival on the mountain
Pipe band records in concert
Correction
June 9, 2005
Nominate outstanding alumni
Winners of art contest named
Women win on track, ball diamond
Copeland re-appointed for second term
May 12, 2005
Social history conference slated for June
Governors elected
Clayman named chair of ethics panel
Gym renamed for Davies
Auto thefts a wakeup call
Library wins service award
UniverCity official opening on June 4
April 28, 2005
Patents sold to U.S. firm
Media relations wins gold
Five women nominated for awards
SFU earns four more research chairs
Surrey connects to B.C. Net
Alumni appeal raises $153,555
Fawkes wins for wireless innovation
Harden's comments in Science journal
Jun named top science student
$5,000 donated to Scottish project
Student recruitment campaign a success
Library features 18th century bonanza
April 7, 2005
Business team finishes first
Ovenell-Carter wins prestigious award
Johnston lectures on SFU history
Contest offers $145,000 in prizes
Conference helps aboriginal youth
New lecture series launched
Forum on Chinese immigrants set
Grant funds French translation
March 24, 2005
Course design workshop runs in April
Louie, Chan win business award
Young drummers wanted
Ministry, education faculty meet
Planning for retirement
March 10, 2005
More women grads in computer science
National co-op week celebrated
Richards honoured for service
Million flock to museum website
March 10, 2005
Patton speaks on journalism and AIDS
Altered Reality club donates $6,000
Clan are all-stars in classroom
Two new governors appointed
Citizenship explored
February 24, 2005
Angerilli named to new post
Board approves re-appointments
Youth camps set for spring
One-woman show at Images
Help with essays offered
Work begins on Surrey campus
February 10, 2005
Agreement signed with Burnaby
Chappell speaks on women's rights
Partnership formed with UBC
Donations of $1 million for Segal school
January 27, 2005
Senate approves grad program
Pierce to develop Kamloops plan
Committee on integrity created
Identity crisis solved
Policy on names goes to governors
January 27, 2005
Artists celebrate black history month
Budget discussed amid uncertainty
Nominations sought for chancellor
New celebration set for Jan. 28
Writing journal launched
January 13, 2005
Scholars contribute to Oxford history
Lougheed mall targets illegal parking
New business program launched
Research task force named
Sun Life provides seminars
Sterling honoured in Washington
Program supports good governance
Pipe band performs at Burns dinner
Diamond centre closed for renovations
Sodexho renews contract
December 2, 2004
Leadership program seeks applicants
Students receive financial support
New task force appointed
Copeland up for re-appointment
Task force studies research priorities
Twelve receive $4,000 scholarships
Clever idea can win $1,000
Clan reigns victorious
Teeple's book matters
November 18, 2004
Creating a successful company
November 4, 2004
Emergency communications recognized
Enrollment required for co-op students
China honours Crawford
Edgelow new director of ceremonies
Fizzell awarded accountants' fellowship
Driver speaks on grad writing
Tech competition open to students
Library seeks renovation input
SFU takes safety prize
Clan misses playoff
Waterhouse up for re-appointment
October 21, 2004
NEW FACULTY
Nancy Forde
Olena Hankivisky
James Kuo
Robert Kitsos
Jie Liang
Jing Li
Jo (Jennifer) Ressler
Karen Ruckman
Nilesh Saraf
Janet Sturgeon
October 21, 2004
Art proposals sought for UniverCity
New co-op partnership signed
Associate librarians appointed
Research, publications wanted
Nomination open for President's Award
October 7, 2004
APSA ratifies new contract
Conference set for Harbour Centre
Wilson wins chemistry award
Golden Key honoured
SFU receives bronze bust
Laba rages on Global
New seminar group launched
SFU film takes top honours
Lysenko takes international scholarship
September 23, 2004
Bakshi new entrepreneur-in-residence
Dekleva named to fundraising post
Library offers email reminder
REM celebrates 25th anniversary
New justice website set to launch
Knowler studies shrimp farms in India
Call for achievement nominations
Excellent teacher sought
Teach English in Japan, China
Williams wins tourism award
September 9, 2004
New administrative appointments
Two grads win scholarship
Authors receive education award
Tickets on sale for Frosh Fest
Management study garners award
Senate calls for nominations
International fund deadline Sept.20
Two Scottish lectures slated for Sept. 16
Pipe band takes second place
Russell wins research prize
July 8, 2004
Roth earns gold medal
Sitter awarded statistics prize
Bargaining continues with two groups
Opinions sought on learning centre
Williams receives special grant
Stevenson named to advisory council
Ward was former VP
Dutton named to Royal Society
de Castell honoured for research
Gill named VP-university relations
Learning showcase seeks volunteers
Li's biochip draws industry interest
Saskatchewan honours Richards
June 24, 2004
Poetry fesitval set for July
Teeple unravels human rights riddle
Students to develop communication plan
Business study wins award
Award benefits dance program
Granger named communicator of the year
June 10, 2004
Nominate outstanding alumni
Karim wins prize for doctoral research
Love named to professional association
Tang wins engineering scholarship
Social Justice series a success
Scholarship helps fund studies
Wosk granted honorary degree
Wrenn named French department chair
Beamish award presented to Yu
May 13, 2004
Plant sale set for May 19
Imagining the future
Pourvali wins volunteer award
Yu recognized for innovation
Relating to your computer
Clayman to head research centre
Davidson a child advocate
New technology agency launched
Mackenzie cafe closed for upgrade
The benefits of HIPPY
April 29, 2004
New name for arts faculty
Students win ASI prizes
Strategic business centre launched
Gerontology celebrates anniversary
Thewalt receives award
April 01, 2004
Nomination call for service awards
Film retrospective
Gamelan concert set for spring
Scientists benefit from WestGrid
Library review begins
Children's track program set
Lecturers imagine the future
$1 million for business research
Student art work displayed
March 26, 2004
Budget committed to highest quality education; sensitive to student needs
March 18, 2004
New president for AUCC
Cellular antennas coming to campus
Phillipson new CEO of CFI
Engineers win awards
Igali wins Olympic berth
Correction,
Business students impress peers
Engineers hold open house
Play raises thousands for charity
Help with student information system
March 04, 2004
Basketball teams update
Clinical psychology celebrates 25 years
Documentary wins award
Lottery set for tickets
Nobel winner set to speak
Love named chair of non-profit
Russians boost speed
Nicholls new director of budgeting
Council considers shift
February 19, 2004
Nominations open for science awards
McClaren honoured for excellence
Bee industry recognizes Winston
Workshop set on organizational change
February 05, 2004
Bennathan choreographer-in-residence
Canadians support university education
Count your steps
Pekarsky named to board of governors
Energy saving upgrade
First novel published
Electronic pay slips coming soon
Make education a priority, Ottawa urged
January 22, 2004
Callers raise $377,155 in alumni appeal
Fattah recognized for life's work
Open forum scheduled
Lawyer appointed to board of governors
Library network moves to SFU
January 08, 2004
Playing for supper
SFU television stars
Clarification on retirees
Recognizing controversy
United Way campaign raises $108,000
October 30, 2003
Senate favours new faculty
Support funding publicly
June 27, 2002
Undergrad curricula review
Honorary degree designations
TechBC graduate programs
Non-confidence motion tabled
June 13, 2002
President's report
New undergraduate admission targets
Student senator parking
May 2, 2002
Board disrupted
Tuition policy
Universal transit pass
Administrative appointments


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