SFU engineering students use 3D printing skills to develop COVID-19 supplies
MSE Professor Woo Soo Kim and 60 students worked from home, designing and developing medical mask savers, using their personal 3D printers. learn more →
New retina scanner to diagnose eye diseases before vision loss occurs
Engineering science professor Marinko Sarunic has developed a high resolution retinal imaging scanner that will one day revolutionize eye care. learn more →
Most classes will continue to be delivered through remote methods in the fall term. If allowed by government and health authorities, and provided that personal health and safety can be maintained, we will open selected courses for in-person instructional activities where the learning objectives cannot easily be replicated through remote instruction (e.g., laboratory-based classes).
We will identify which in-person courses and activities will be allowed, and we will share that information as soon as we can.
We will ensure that remote learning and teaching provides a high-quality experience, and ensure that students who expect to graduate in the 2020/2021 academic year are able to meet their degree requirements.
We will continue to enhance remote learning support for students and instructors.
We will look at ways to simplify and/or streamline academic requirements to enable students to progress through their programs more easily.
Student supports and services will continue to be delivered remotely, with some services offered in-person, subject to health and safety guidelines.