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If you would like to be added to the waitlist please email Teena.
Calling all grade 11 and 12 students!
You are invited to join Simon Fraser University professors and current students at the Burnaby Campus for a free, fun, and informative event on Friday, October 25th. Through hands-on mini-lectures and lab activities, you will get to experience why the Faculty of Environment is so much more than you think.
Spend your Pro-D day with us – lunch is included!
Friday, October 25th
SFU Burnaby Campus
Applied Sciences Building - Room 10905 (Big Data Hub)
|10:00 - 10:15||Check-in and snacks|
|10:15 - 10:20||Welcome from the Dean Faculty of Environment|
|10:20 - 10:35||Current student shares their university story|
|10:45 – 11:25||Activity 1: Choose one – Environmental Science or Resource and Environmental Management|
|11:35 – 12:15||Activity 2: Choose one - Geography or Archaeology|
|12:25 – 12:55||Lunch and Presentation: Careers in Environment|
|12:55-1:20||Fireside chat with current students|
|1:20 - 2:00||Campus Tour|
Activity session 1 (10:45-11:25)
Choose one of
Resource and Environmental Management
6 Steps YOU can take to Prevent a Global Food Apocalypse While we might be bombarded by fear of a zombie apocalypse (you can thank Netflix for that!), a more realistic scenario is the looming food apocalypse. How can budding environmental leaders and youth in general prepare to prevent the global food apocalypse? Bring your brains (don't worry it's not for the zombies) and best ideas. Prize available for most innovative idea!
Plants and Pipelines: What's at risk on Burnaby Mountain
As the Trans Mountain Pipeline consultations continue we must ask what the impact of its construction and use will be on Burnaby Mountain. Journey into the forest and learn how to conduct a short vegetation study. As part of the sessions will be outdoors in a wooded area, please dress accordingly.
Activity session 2 (11:35-12:15)
Choose one of
What if winter is not coming? Climate change science and what people are doing about it
Students around the world have joined the #FridaysForFuture school strikes in a movement for climate action. So, what does action on climate change look like? We’ll discuss cutting-edge climate change science, who and where is being affected by climate change, and what action is - and should be - happening.
What do CSI, Darwin and Indiana Jones have in common? Find out in Archaeology! Help to solve a forensic case, find the missing link in the evolutionary chain, and reconstruct mysterious artifacts, all while competing for PRIZES!
HOW TO FIND US
Bus routes to SFU Burnaby Campus
95 B Line - Downtown Vancouver/Burrard Skytrain Station to SFU
143 - Burquitlam Skytrain Station to SFU
144 - Metrotown Skytrain Station to SFU
145 - Production Way University Skytrain Station to SFU
All buses stop first at the Transportation Centre, then SFU Transit Exchange. SFU Transit Exchange is closest to The Big Data Hub in the Applied Sciences building at SFU
Walking Directions from the Bus
From SFU Transit Exchange to the Big Data Hub ( ASB10900)
Exit the bus at the second and final stop on the SFU campus, the SFU Transit Exchange. (Second bus stop on SFU campus: terminus bus stop)
We will have staff and students there to greet you with a RED Faculty of Environment sign. Take the pathway that goes south past the cornerstone building and water feature/"Town Square" (the Cornerstone Building/Starbucks will be to your left, as will the flags)
Follow the path and take your first right into the Applied Sciences Building ASB. Once in the ASB you should see our check-in tables.
Driving to Campus
If you are driving follow signs to park in the top level of the EAST parking lot on campus found on the map here http://www.sfu.ca/campuses/maps-and-directions/burnaby-map.html. It is paid parking. Walk west from the EAST lot into the Applied Sciences Building. We will have staff and students along the pathway with a RED Faculty of Environment Sign. You should find out check-in table when you walk in the ASB
Getting Dropped Off
Please get dropped near Starbucks at the Cornerstone building (close to the transit exchange and Nester's Market).
Walk south west past the water feature and "Town Square", then follow the path and take your first right into the Applied Sciences Building ASB. We will have staff and students along the pathway with a RED Faculty of Environment Sign. Once in the ASB you should see our check-in tables.
Teena Frost - firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Environment
T. | 778-782-6594