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SFU People in the News - November 27, 2014

November 27, 2014
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Below is your daily copy of Media Matters.
Provided by University Communications, Media Matters is a snapshot of Simon Fraser University in the news as of Thursday, November 27, 2014.

Faculties & Departments

Environmental toxins

CFAX Radio - November 26, 2014
SFU Health Sciences professor Bruce Lanphear was interviewed about the impact of environmental toxic exposures on children’s brain development. (~35:03)

SFU seeks skiers, boarders to test Recon goggles at Cypress

The Vancouver Sun - November 26, 2014
Simon Fraser University is seeking skiers and snowboarders to take part in a research project looking into the influence of wearable technology on behaviour.

Also in the News

Danielle Martin’s three big ideas to transform health care

The Vancouver Sun - November 26, 2014
On Thursday night at SFU’s Segal Graduate School of Business, Martin will present Three Big Ideas to Transform Health Care.

Vancouver ranked 12th in the world for university students

The Burnaby Newsleader - November 26, 2014
The site also took note of not just the University of British Columbia, but also Simon Fraser University and its campuses both downtown and just outside of the city (in Burnaby, specifically).

Athletics

Roberts sinks pair of three-pointers

Burnaby NewsLeader - November 26, 2014
...help the Simon Fraser University women s basketball team defeat Colorado Christian University Cougars 90-69 at SFU's West Gym on Monday. Roberts...

From Cloverdale to the Grey Cup

The Surrey Leader - November 26, 2014
...separate ways after their Grade 12 season, with Berger joining the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Clan and Miller suiting up for Western Washington...

Victor Valley College's Max Barkeley signs with Simon Fraser University

The Daily Press - November 26, 2014
Barkeley signed a national letter of intent with Simon Fraser on Nov. 18, a decision which takes him back to where he was born in the Vancouver area.

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