Angus Chan

"SFU's Faculty of Education offers a truly professional and diverse research and development program for anyone who seeks to research and develop innovative education theories and practices for Greater Vancouver and the world."

Graduated: 2012

Program/Degree: Educational Psychology MEd

Angus currently works as Coordinator, Academic Resource Centre at Corpus Christi College/St. Mark's College.

Please tell us why you chose the Faculty of Education at SFU for your studies.

I chose SFU's Faculty of Education for my graduate studies because of the extensive research and knowledge that each member of the faculty provides to all post-secondary students and the Vancouver community.

Who is a faculty member you have enjoyed working with and why?

I have really enjoyed working with Dr. Lucy Le Mare as my academic supervisor, as she patiently mentored me throughout my program, providing wise and practical guidance every step of the way.

What do you miss most about your graduate studies in the Faculty of Education?

What I miss most about my graduate studies in SFU's Faculty of Education is the multifaceted and multicultural learning experience that is not only enlightening, but also practical for my professional development.

What would you say to prospective students who are considering graduate school in the Faculty of Education?

The staff and faculty at SFU's Faculty of Education will gladly help you consider whether our faculty and program will be a good match for you and your research interests, and vice versa.

Is there anything else you wish to share?

SFU's Faculty of Education offers a truly professional and diverse research and development program for anyone who seeks to research and develop innovative education theories and practices for Greater Vancouver and the world, no matter where you are in your academic and/or professional career.