May 2017

Professor Emerita Gloria Gutman, Gerontology, is invested as a Member of the Order of Canada.

Read about Staley's first documentary since she graduated from SFU, "Mightier Than the Sword", shot in Afghanistan in 2015. [from Ms. Magazine]

Lindsey Bannister says that writer in residence programs provide students with opportunities for feedback and can help writers tap into local communities.

Irwin's exhibit reveals accounts of Canada on either side of Confederation: “Celebrating Canada 150: Nineteenth Century First Editions Published on and in Canada.”

Hundal is a fourth year history major who has been studying at SFU since 2013.

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Watch videos of the FASS Canada 150 Speaker Series featuring talks by Lara Aknin, Neil Boyd, Eline de Rooij/Genevieve Fuji-Johnson, and Krishna Pendakur.

“The Lived Experiences of Aging Immigrants” explores the impact of immigration on aging within the context of the life stories of immigrant older adults.

Recent Sociology/Anthropology grad Alexander Betsos is presenting at Congress with his advisor Suzanna Crage.

Kora DeBeck's research suggests the criminalization of drugs presents barriers to eradicating HIV/AIDS.

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