Teaching in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences engages learners from young adults to professionals in a variety of settings: classrooms, field schools, internships, directed readings, co-op placements, labs, seminars, and online environments.

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Curriculum

For information on general curricular matters requiring Faculty approval, including special temporary topics courses or creating a field school, please sign in to the Faculty and Staff Portal.

Cormack Teaching Awards

The FASS Dean presents up to four Cormack Teaching Awards annually, one each at the rank of lecturer (or senior lecturer), assistant professor, associate professor, and full professor.

Nominations may come from students, colleagues, or chairs and directors. Read more...

The 2016 Cormack Award winners [Lara Aknin (Psychology); Gregory Dow (Economics); Sarah Walshaw (History); and Richard Wright (Psychology)] spoke at the 2016 FASS Cormack Symposium about their teaching.

See videos here...

Shadbolt Endowment

Jack Shadbolt, "Encounter", 1995, acrylic on board. SFU Art Collection. Gift of the Jack Shadbolt Estate, 2006

The Jack and Doris Shadbolt Fellowship in the Humanities
For writers and artists to reside and work in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences as a Shadbolt Fellow.

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Writing support

For writing support for your undergraduate students contact (undergraduate) Writing Services Coordinator Amanda Goldrick-Jones

For writing and research support for your graduate students contact (graduate) Writing Services Coordinator Renee McCallum