And the iPod winners are . . .

December 22, 2006, Web Special
By Stuart Colcleugh



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In the summer and fall, SFU consultants conducted online surveys of more than 9000 people, asking questions about SFU and its image.
It was part of an initiative (still in progress) aimed at identifying branding and marketing ideas for the university.
Polled were prospective students, teachers, students, high school counsellors, SFU faculty, staff, alumni and more.
We promised respondents that their names would be entered into a random draw, leading to three winners of Apple iPods. (Nano 2GB models that hold 500 songs - 14 hours of music.)
And the winners are:
•    Sarah Mair of Vancouver, an SFU alumna who completed her BA (psychology) in 2002 and graduated from the graduate diploma in business administration program in October.  After a summer spent traveling internationally, she is looking for a work in human resources administration.
•    Wendy Wai Yin Li of Burnaby, another alumna who completed her BA with a major in communication and a minor in publishing.  She is currently corporate coordinator of Transamerica Microsearch Inc. “Thank you so much for the prize! I thoroughly enjoyed taking the SFU survey,” she says. “It made me feel connected to SFU even after my departure.”
•    Eugene Lui, a first-year student (Psychology 100, Introduction to Fiction 101, and Calculus Math 151).
From SFU,  thanks to all 9,288 people who took part in the surveys. Among other things, your feedback has contributed to the new design and structure of the university's website and will be reflected in SFU publications and communications for years to come.








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