Congratulate Dr. Robert Hogg as the recipient of the 2019 Warren Gill Award for Community Impact

Dr. Hogg is an internationally renowned HIV researcher, scientific leader, educator and mentor to many of Canada's experts in HIV.  He has demonstrated a significant positive impact in the social, economic, environmental, and/or cultural fabric of one or more of the communities SFU serves.

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The Warren Gill Award for Community Impact

Recognizing and celebrating lifetime achievement in community engagement.

The Warren Gill Award is presented annually to an SFU staff or faculty member who has dedicated a lifetime of work to exemplary community-engaged teaching, research and creative activity, and who has built significant partnerships between the University and the communities served by SFU.

Why this might be important to you.

SFU is filled with folks who have demonstrated lifetime commitment to building trust with community partners, sharing power in research and educational agendas, and respecting non-traditional knowledge practices as viable methods for knowledge creation and community impact. Perhaps you know (or are) one of them?

We think that the more we celebrate the exemplary, brave work taking place in our community, the more we'll be able to support and grow that work.

Warren Gill dedicated his thirty-three year career to helping build SFU’s definition of the university as an integral part of our community.

Community engagement is:

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SFU's strategic community engagement plan is intended to empower SFU students, faculty and staff to form deeper and more courageous partnerships.

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