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On behalf of the Faculty of Environment, I extend sincere congratulations to our undergraduate, masters and PhD graduates. It is a pleasure to honour this group of exceptional students and acknowledge the culmination of your hard work, tenacity, and dedication. We are proud of you. Not only do you reflect the values and principles of our faculty, but you have demonstrated tremendous resilience to complete your studies during this global pandemic.
I am delighted to now welcome you as cherished members of our alumni and encourage you to stay connected with us.
Congratulations, again, and thrive!
Dean, Faculty of Environment
Faculty of Environment
Congratulations graduates! This is an amazing accomplishment and you should be SFU proud.
Department of Archaeology
As chair of the Archaeology Department, I'm delighted to offer you my congratulations. These are challenging times, and we are very disappointed that we can't send you off in the usual in-person ceremony, but if archeology teaches us anything it is that change is always part of human affairs and that we humans are a resilient lot.
Chair, Department of Archaeology
Department of Geography
Although we are unable to be with you in person today, we are thrilled to celebrate this moment with you and to have you join our alumni community.
As one of our alumni, you become part of the passionate and engaged group of former students who are creating change in communities around the globe. Seeing your courage in the face of these challenges gives me great pride and I have no doubt you will continue to impress us as you move on to your next great adventure.
Chair, Department of Geography
School of Environmental Science
Congratulations! I want to thank you for your patience and the resilience you showed as we made the pivot to online remote learning in the midst of your final semester. I hope that you have productive and fruitful careers helping to solve the world's environmental problems.
Director, School of Environmental Science
Congratulations graduates well done on a fabulous achievement. This is an exciting occasion, and I hope you take the time to enjoy this moment. On behalf of all of us and the joint MSc and ecological restoration program, we wish you all the best as you embark on the next stage of your journey.
Chair, Ecological Restoration
School of Resource and Environmental Management
Congratulations to all of the 2020 REM graduates. What a time to graduate, in the middle of a global pandemic, but you did it in spite of the big challenges.
You now have the skills and motivation to make our lives on this small planet more sustainable. Good luck as you move forward in life and congratulations.
Director, School of Resource and Environmental Management
Taylor Anderson’s groundbreaking work on spatial modelling approaches strikes gold earning her top honours at this year’s convocation celebration.
Anne St. Clair is the recipient of the 2020 Dean’s Convocation medal, awarded to students whose grades place them in the top five per cent of their class.
Deanna Smith’s unconventional path to graduation, filled with detours and challenges, reflects her strong sense of resilience.
Convocation Interrupted - Faculty of Environment student pens first-person account of convocation dreams
Tracy Lissner shares her feelings about the cancellation of Spring 2020 convocation due to COVID-19.
Geography graduate Adrienne Arbor says SFU changed her life. Between babies, breaks and bagpipes, Arbor shares what graduation means to her.
When it comes to university, Carolina Costa-Giomi believes you get what you give.
Archaeology graduate Kristen Oliver looks back at experiential learning opportunities and indigenous collaborations, which fueled her passion for marine archaeological research.
Stirling Hillman is one of the many students whose time on Burnaby Mountain was unexpectedly cut short.