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Each year, SFU honours staff who have made outstanding contributions to the university and the community. This year, president Michael Stevenson celebrated the accomplishments of seven individual winners and a winning team during a lunch at the Diamond Alumni Centre. Each award winner received an engraved watch and a framed certificate.

Team—40th anniversary open house committee. Each year, SFU honours staff who have made outstanding contributions to the university and the community. This year, president Michael Stevenson celebrated the accomplishments of seven individual winners and a winning team during a lunch at the Diamond Alumni Centre. Each award winner received an engraved watch and a framed certificate.

Awards honour SFU staff for significant achievements-part 2

February 22, 2007

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By Diane Luckow

With only a modest budget but plenty of enthusiasm, vision and voluntary commitment, the 40th anniversary open house committee pulled off an open house that exceeded all expectations. Team members (back row, l-r): KC Bell, director, special projects, president's office; Lisa Buckley, director, student development and programming centre; Michelle Demers, student life coordinator, student development and programming centre; Leigh McGregor, faculty advisor, Faculty of Applied Sciences; Michael Stevenson, President, SFU. Front row (l-r): James Atamanchuk, building technologist, facilities management; Michele Black, manager, academic programs and services, Faculty of Applied Sciences; Susan Jamieson-McLarnon, director, public relations, Vancouver campus; Lynda Walker, student recruiter, student services; Mike Peragine, recruiter, student services; Bill Goodman, manager, classroom technology assistance and technical services, Learning and Instructional Development Centre (LIDC); Bill Nelson, development manager, campus planning and development; Lisa Shapko, lead hand, LIDC.
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