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Continuing Studies dean starts in May

March 25, 2010

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Helen Wussow is SFU’s new dean of Continuing Studies beginning May 1 for a five-year term. She joins SFU from New York University where she was associate dean of continuing professional studies. Wussow spent 3 1/2 years as assistant dean of adult degree programs and continuing education at Brooklyn College. Wussow, who has a PhD in English literature, has a varied background in adult-education programs, non-credit courses and certificates, external contracts for custom-designed courses, and government-funded programs for at-risk populations.

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lillian birch

Dear Helen Wussow I would like so much to find out about a (conference)? that is being held at SFU There was an instructor / teacher from SFU on the radio today talking about *Geriatrics* and I think about working in this field. I am one of the un-employed teachers here in vancouver looking to move into a New Career and I thought about this field of study. I was a nurse at one time and worked in Geriatrics sooo you see this interests me, Thank You for your help. Good Luck @ SFU

Helen Wussow

Dear Ms. Birch,

I tried to find out more about the conference to which you refer in your message. It appears you were interested in the cardiovascular health initiative conference, which is now over. I suggest you take a look at the website of the International Association of Gerontology; there may be references on it to other conferences in your field of interest. Unfortunately, Continuing Studies at Simon Fraser University does not offer courses in geriatric care or medicine, but you may want to contact the Faculty of Health Sciences at SFU.

Sincerely,

Helen Wussow

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