Support Applied Sciences

People

SFU Applied Sciences prepares talented students to become global citizens. Those with both technical and leadership skills who are prepared to make a difference in the community. Your investment can aid students who may have financial challenges and reward those who deserve recognition.

Also, your investment may help to attract and retain faculty who can inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers.

Research

Our faculty and grad students conduct research and collaborate with other organizations to benefit people locally, across Canada and internationally. Your support helps us deliver innovative solutions to world-class problems, create opportunities for entrepreneurs to flourish, and provide professional development for our students. Financial support ensures B.C. continues to generate leading innovations through its post-secondary institutions.

Facilities for Computing and Engineering

The Faculty of Applied Sciences’ academic programs and research require substantial technical support and operating expenses for laboratories and computing infrastructure. Our specialized micro-fabrication facility is unique and offers the only credit course in micro-fabrication in B.C. By investing in facilities, our faculty and students gain essential experience with leading-edge technology.

Outreach 

The Faculty of Applied Sciences' outreach programs inspire elementary through high school students across the Lower Mainland to pursue education and career opportunities in engineering and computer science.

We are passionate about opening minds and doors through community outreach programs like Technovation, a global app-building challenge for girls, which aims to close the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).  

STEM career paths provide stimulating, lucrative opportunities to those who follow them, yet women comprise only 22 per cent of the STEM workforce. Engaging the next generation of young women in STEM, and other under-represented minority groups, is a crucial step on the journey towards a diverse, tech-ready workforce. 

Contact us:

For more information, contact Erin Morantz, Director of Advancement at 778.782.5687 or erin_morantz@sfu.ca.