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2017-18

Student Services news for undergraduates, sent out twice monthly or as needed.

2017 October 10: Student Bulletin: It Takes All of Us • ShakeOut • talks • more 

Simon Fraser University - engaging the world

The Student Services Bulletin is sent once or twice per month to all enrolled undergraduates.

October U-Pass BC

Remember to request your October U-Pass BC on the U-Pass BC website. The November U-Pass BC will be available starting on October 16. 

mySchedule

Did you know that mySchedule can save up to nine favourited timetables ahead of your enrollment appointment?

Community Engagement Competition

What change would YOU make if you had $3,000 to engage your community? The SFU Student-Community Engagement Competition is open now – apply today! 

Free assistance at Student Learning Commons

The Student Learning Commons (SLC) offers expert and friendly help with academic writing, learning, and study strategies in an environment of collaboration, discussion, and peer learning. See their list of writing workshops, etc

October 13 Convocation Mall

It Takes All Of Us! showcases the supports, services, research, education, and many other sexual violence prevention resources available on campus. Join us between 12:00 and 4:00pm on Friday, October 13 in Convo Mall and find out how we can all play a part in creating a culture of consent and respect on campus. For more information visit www.sfu.ca/sexual-violence.

Diwali Week at the Global Student Centre

Join the celebration of Diwali, the celebration of lights, October 12 - 20, on the Burnaby campus. For more information, see www.sfu.ca/students/intercultural-engagement/gsc/events/diwaliweek.html.

Help protect academic honesty at SFU

Do you know what consitutes academic dishonesty at SFU? See the Students Speak Out handout.

Programs for your health and well-being

Health and Counselling Services has programs and workshops to positively influence your health and well-being. From mindfulness meditation to support for students far from home, check out our list and see which programs you’d like to join this fall.

ShakeOut earthquake drill October 19

The annual ShakeOut earthquake drill will be held on Thursday October 19 at 10:19am. Join SFU in practicing earthquake preparedness and practice “Drop, Cover, Hold On.”

Nominate your professor

Nominations are now being accepted for Awards for Excellence in Teaching. View the selection procedure and then submit your nomination by October 15.

Civic Innovation Change Lab

A new Civic Innovation Change Lab co-hosted by RADIUS SFU, Beedie School of Business, SFU Semester in Dialogue and CityStudio Vancouver, is an opportunity for undergraduate students from different disciplines to hone their skills at developing practical solutions to real-world, city-focused challenges. Apply via email by October 15 (see website for details).

Volunteer opportunity - Information Kiosk

Come volunteer at the SFU Information and Lost & Found Kiosk. Enjoy flexible hours while gaining experience in customer service, database management, and query management. www.sfu.ca/srs/volunteer

Become a Peer Educator for spring 2018

Now accepting applications for four programs: Active Living Peers, Career Peers, Global Student Engagement Committee Peers, and Learning & Writing Peers. Applications close November 5. Check for detailed descriptions and application instructions. www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved/groups/peer-education.html.

Research funding for senior undergraduates

Mitacs is now accepting applications for Globalink Research Awards – a funding opportunity for senior undergraduate student research with faculty members at overseas universities. Research projects last 12-24 weeks and take place in late Spring/Summer 2018. Senior undergraduate students in all disciplines are eligible to apply to the award competition for funding to conduct research in Brazil, China, France, India, Israel, Korea, Mexico, and Tunisia. Funding varies by destination. The deadline to apply is November 8, 5:00pm PST. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the Globalink web page or contact Mitacs International at international@mitacs.ca.

Film screenings downtown

  • Vancouver Polish Film Festival at SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts. Students with valid student ID qualify for 50% discount on general admission tickets purchased at the door only. 
  • North of 49: SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs is thrilled to be partnering with the Vancouver International Film Festival and Telefilm Canada to screen four outstanding productions, October 27, November 9 and 16, 2017 and January 18, 2018. 

President’s Dream Colloquium

President’s Dream Colloquium this term is on Women in Technology: Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Diverse Talent. The next lecture is Social Psychological Phenomena on Thursday October 12 on the Burnaby campus. Please reserve your seat online.

Data Visionaries lecture series

Data visionaries are on the leading-edge, discovering new ways to transform vast and complex data into stories, solutions and knowledge that will shape and reshape our world. Join us for a series of conversations as we explore and critically examine the possibilities and real world impact of data in our future. Next lectures are October 11 and 18.

Travel (or not)

  • Application for Short-Term Summer 2018 Programs are now open. Consider a Short-Term Summer Program to experience the immersion of an exchange in a condensed program over the summer period. Programs last from 1-10 weeks in duration. Search "Summer (Short-term)" for detailed program information.
  • Applications for Full-Term Exchange Programs (Summer 2018, Fall 2018 and Spring 2019) are now open. Consider living in another region/country for a full exchange term in the upcoming academic year. Check your eligibility, research your choice of SFU's 120+ partner institutions and apply for an exchange. Application deadline: January 25, 2018.
  • GPS Buddy Program — Applications are now open. How can you have an intercultural experience on campus? Apply for a one-term commitment to welcoming an incoming exchange/study abroad student to SFU for Spring. Help with their transition and develop global friendships through this program. Visit the website for eligibility and then apply to become an SFU GPS Buddy. Application deadline: Monday, October 30.
  • Study Abroad 101 Information Session November 2, 11:30am - 12:30pm, Saywell 10061, Burnaby campus. Attend to discover the benefits and how to research a study abroad opportunity. Learn the answers to common questions: Can I transfer credits to my degree? Can I fulfill WQB credits? Do the grades transfer back? Register to attend.
  • Study in Japan Info Session & Panel Discussion Thursday, November 2nd 5:30pm – 7:00pm Blusson Hall 10021, Burnaby campus. The Consulate General of Japan in Vancouver and SFU co-present this Info Session and Panel Discussion on applying for exchange at SFU and the various funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level programs. Register.
  • Indonesia:  Environmental and Ecological Education Field School Information Session - Spring 2018. Wednesday, November 1, 2:30 - 3:20pm Global Student Centre AQ 2013, Burnaby campus. Register.

Stars

Trottier Observatory will be open on October 13 and 27, 7:00 - 10:00pm if weather allows. Check Twitter (@sfutrottobs) that afternoon for final confirmation.

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Please do not forward your SFU emails

Some students have forwarded their SFU emails to another email account. Obviously, your emails are getting through, but if any of your friends are not seeing the Bulletin then they will also be unable to receive various snow closure anouncements, deadline reminders, etc. Urge them to check the email address they have entered in connect.sfu.ca (e.g., there is no fmail.com server).

 

Student Services
Burnaby | Surrey | Vancouver

2017 September 25: Student Bulletin: Terry Fox Day • Fair Trade Week • talks • more 

Simon Fraser University - engaging the world

The Student Services Bulletin is sent once or twice per month to all enrolled undergraduates.

Terry Fox Run on campus Friday

Friday September 29 is SFU’s Terry Fox Day at all three campuses. Organize a team or join one, volunteer or donate. "If you've given a dollar, you are part of the Marathon of Hope." (Terry Fox, 1980) Do good, have fun.

Fair Trade Campus Week

Fair Trade Campus Week, including the “world’s largest fair trade bake sale”, plus SFU fair trade ambassadors, SFU response to injustice in apparel industry, and more, runs from September 25 - 29. And note October will be Campus Sustainability Month.

Undergraduate Student Survey open soon

Watch your email for your invitation to the Undergraduate Student Survey. The survey is confidential, takes about 10-15 minutes to complete online, and qualifies you to enter a draw for a $1,000 grand prize, one of two $250 prizes or one of five $100 prizes.

Sex and consent

How do you know if you’ve got consent? Where can you go on campus to get support and find out what supports and services are available if you, or someone you know, has been affected by sexual violence? For all the information you need around sexual violence at SFU, visit www.sfu.ca/sexual-violence.

October U-Pass BC

Remember to request your October U-Pass BC on the U-Pass BC website. The November U-Pass BC will be available starting on October 16. 

Study Abroad!

Take classes abroad and earn credits towards your degree on an Exchange, attend a Short-Term Summer Program, and/or go on a Field School. Pick an institution based on academic offerings, location, weather, or personal connections: the choice is yours! Attend a Study Abroad 101 Information Session or watch the online videos, research destinations, check your eligibility. Then apply online. New this year are Short Term Summer Programs, shorter and more specialized than regular Exchanges. 

Convocation ceremonies

Convocation ceremonies will be held in Convocation Mall on October 5 and 6. Please note that the North Concourse of the AQ will be used for robing the graduands. Ceremonies start at 9:45am and 2:30pm each day.

Programs for your health and well-being

Health and Counselling Services has programs and workshops to positively influence your health and well-being. From mindfulness meditation to support for students far from home, check out our list and see which programs you’d like to join this fall.

Wellness Wednesday

Get advice on nutrition, exercise, sexual health and more. Come talk with a Peer Health Educator and ask any questions you have. September 27, 12:00 noon - 1:00pm in the Global Student Centre, AQ 2013.

Mid-Autumn Moon Party October 5

Also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Chinese Moon Festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, and is celebrated when the moon is believed to be at its biggest and fullest. It is one of the biggest holidays of the year in east Asia, and a time to reunite and gather with friends and family. Come celebrate with the Global Student Centre family: play some cultural games, make friends, participate in crafts, and eat tasty food! Thursday, October 5, 3:30pm - 5:00pm in the GSC (AQ 2013).

Theatre Thursdays start September 28

Every second week take a break from studying and come to the Global Student Centre (AQ 2013) to relax and watch a movie with friends. Popcorn provided. First one is September 28 at 2:30pm.

Nominate your professor

Nominations are now being accepted for Awards for Excellence in Teaching. View the selection procedure and then submit your nomination by October 15.

Research funding for senior undergraduates

Mitacs is now accepting applications for Globalink Research Awards – a funding opportunity for senior undergraduate student research with faculty members at overseas universities. Research projects last 12-24 weeks and take place in late Spring/Summer 2018. Senior undergraduate students in all disciplines are eligible to apply to the award competition for funding to conduct research in Brazil, China, France, India, Israel, Korea, Mexico, and Tunisia. Funding varies by destination. The deadline to apply is November 8, 5:00pm PST. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the Globalink web page or contact Mitacs International at international@mitacs.ca.

Entrepreneurial? Be one of The NEXT 36!

SFU has partnered with NEXT Canada to offer students and alumni Next 36 and NextAI—exclusive programs designed to accelerate startups and equip entrepreneurs with the tools they need to succeed. Learn more about these programs at the upcoming NEXT Canada Campus Tour on September 27. Reserve your seat.

President’s Dream Colloquium

President’s Dream Colloquium this term is on Women in Technology: Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Diverse Talent. The next lecture is Social Psychological Phenomena on Thursday October 12 at the Burnaby campus. Please reserve your seat online.

Voices of Resistance

History's 2017-2018 Lecture Series kicks off with The Rise of Extremism. Professor Mark Leier will moderate a panel of scholars (Dr. Aaron Goings, Dr. Eryk Martin, and Dr. Heather Mayer) engaging the community in discussion at The Hall (the old Astorino's) at 1739 Venables Street on October 6 at 6:30pm. Please RSVP.

President's Faculty Lecture Series

A New Form of Indigenous Archaeology: The Wild Archaeology Experience with Dr. Rudy Reimer/Yumks - How can the study of the ancient past benefit modern First Nations communities? Host and lead archaeologist on the APTN series Wild Archaeology, Rudy Reimer will discuss his experiences sharing Indigenous archaeology with new and wider audiences and bringing history to life through alternative media. October 10 at Harbour Centre. Please RSVP.

Data Visionaries lecture series

Data visionaries are the pioneers. They are on the leading-edge, discovering new ways to transform vast and complex data into stories, solutions and knowledge that will shape and reshape our world. Join us for a series of conversations as we explore and critically examine the possibilities and real world impact of data in our future.

Briefly:

  • Financial Aid and Awards office will be temporarily closed from 12:00pm to 2:00pm on Friday September 29.
  • Community budget consultations start October 3. Watch for the email coming soon.
  • Trottier Observatory will be open on clear Friday evenings starting September 29, 9:00pm until midnight when weather allows. Check Twitter (@sfutrottobs) Friday afternoons for final confirmation.

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2017 September 11: Student Bulletin: Tuition due the 18th • Climb • Study Abroad • more

Simon Fraser University - engaging the world

The Student Services Bulletin is sent once or twice per month to all enrolled undergraduates.

Tuition is due September 18

Tuition is due Monday, September 18. The last day to drop courses for 100% refund of tuition is September 11. For other deadlines, check out www.sfu.ca/students/deadlines.

Pay tuition with internet banking. If you pay in person, note that cash is not accepted at the Registrar and Information Services offices or Residence and Housing. For more information on how to pay fees, please see: www.sfu.ca/students/fees/howtopay.html.

mySchedule

To find out how to drop courses through mySchedule, please see: www.sfu.ca/students/enrollment/myschedule.html.

Financial Aid and Awards

Deadline to apply for several types of financial aid is Friday, September 15. Visit www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid for details or see a Financial Aid and Awards advisor in person (hours subject to change without notice).

Climb!

Climb for FREE at the grand opening of the SFU climbing wall on Tuesday, September 12, 3:30-8:00pm. The event will include booths from other Rec programs, games, food, draw prizes and FREE climbing plus several demonstrations by local climbers and clubs. Please visit the Facebook page for more details.

Sex and consent

How do you know if you’ve got consent? Where can you go on campus to get support and find out what supports and services are available if you, or someone you know, has been affected by sexual violence? For all the information you need around sexual violence at SFU, visit www.sfu.ca/sexual-violence.

Your IT Services

All SFU students receive 50 GB of free storage space through SFU vault, great for working on joint projects. Find out more at www.sfu.ca/apps. New to SFU? Get connected to SFU's secure wifi network in a few easy steps: visit www.sfu.ca/wireless.

The Pub will return

Later this fall food and beverage services will be available again in the Maggie Benston Centre on Burnaby Campus thanks to a newly signed agreement between the Simon Fraser Student Society and SFU.

September U-Pass BC

Remember to request your September U-Pass BC on the U-Pass BC website. The October U-Pass BC will be available starting on September 16. 

Note: Your U-Pass BC eligibility is determined the day after you enroll in courses. If you meet the requirements to be eligible, the U-Pass BC term fee is assessed to your student financial account the business day after you enroll in course(s). Please visit SFU U-Pass BC Eligibility & Fees for more information on fees.

New student ID cards

Are you a new student needing an SFU ID Card? Visit our ID Facility in MBC 1302, open until Monday, September 18. As of September 19, visit MBC 3200 (Registrar and Information Services). (room number corrected)

Registrar and Information Services hours

Registrar office hours are online at www.sfu.ca/students/contact.html. If you're at Burnaby and don't want to wait in line to talk to us, text "sfu burnaby" to 778.383.7663. You'll get a text message back asking you to choose the service you need and you'll get updates so you know when to come back and which station will be serving you.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad 101 Information Session Take classes abroad and earn credits towards your degree on an Exchange, Short-Term Summer Program, and/or Field School. Pick an institution based on academic offerings, location, weather, or personal connections: the choice is yours! September 12 11:30am - 12:20pm Blusson Hall 10921, Burnaby Campus. Register.

SFU Study Abroad Fair Visit the Fair and learn from your fellow students, staff, and partner universities about how you can study abroad. SFU students who have studied abroad on an exchange/field school or are studying here at SFU are looking forward to sharing their experiences with you. Thursday, September 21 from 10:00am-3:00pm in the North AQ.

Convocation ceremonies

Convocation ceremonies will be held in Convocation Mall on October 5 and 6. Parking will be in high demand, and there will be bagpipes. Plan ahead.

Terry Fox Run at SFU

Friday September 29 is SFU’s Terry Fox Day at all three campuses. Organize a team or join one, volunteer or donate. "If you've given a dollar, you are part of the Marathon of Hope." (Terry Fox, 1980) Do good, have fun. (date corrected)

Global Student Centre Open House September 12 

The Global Student Centre (AQ 2013) welcomes you to our Open House Party Tuesday September 12 to kick-off this fall semester. Drop-in anytime from 12:30-2:30pm to learn about this awesome space, eat some free snacks, meet new friends and the GSC team. There will be fun activities and prizes to be won.

Free assistance at Student Learning Commons

The Student Learning Commons (SLC) offers expert and friendly help with academic writing, learning, and study strategies—in an environment of collaboration, discussion, and peer learning, including writing workshops, etc

Programs for your health and well-being

Health and Counselling Services has programs and workshops to positively influence your health and well-being. From mindfulness meditation to support for students far from home, check out our list and see which programs you’d like to join this fall!

Job Search Success online course

This job search writing and intercultural communication course will help you improve your resume and cover letters while learning how to communicate in today’s multicultural workplace. The cost is $20. Fall dates: September 18 - October 16.

Effective Intercultural Communication

This is a free self-paced online learning opportunity that provides interactive lessons on intercultural communication. Fall dates: September 25 - November 10.

P2L (Passport to Leadership) workshops available

Develop leadership skills, build self-awareness and learn effective interpersonal strategies by taking the Passport to Leadership program. P2L 1 and 2 are currently accepting registrations for the Fall term. Cohorts fill up quickly so sign up soon! Find out more online or visit myInvolvement.sfu.ca.

Entrepreneurial? Be one of The NEXT 36!

SFU has partnered with NEXT Canada to offer students and alumni Next 36 and NextAI—exclusive programs designed to accelerate startups and equip entrepreneurs with the tools they need to succeed. Learn more about these programs at the upcoming NEXT Canada Campus Tour on September 27. Reserve your seat.

President’s Dream Colloquium

President’s Dream Colloquium this term is on Women in Technology: Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Diverse Talent. The first speaker is Juliette Powell (the Founder, Turing AI and WeTheData dot com, and author, 33 Million People in the Room) on Wednesday September 13 at the Vancouver campus. Please reserve your seat online.

President's Faculty Lecture Series

A New Form of Indigenous Archaeology: The Wild Archaeology Experience with Dr. Rudy Reimer/Yumks - How can the study of ancient past benefit modern First Nations communities? Host and lead archaeologist on the APTN series Wild Archaeology, Rudy Reimer will discuss his experiences sharing Indigenous archaeology with new and wider audiences and bringing history to life through alternative media. October 10 Harbour Centre.

Data Visionaries lecture series starts September 13

Data visionaries are the pioneers. They are on the leading-edge, discovering new ways to transform vast and complex data into stories, solutions and knowledge that will shape and reshape our world. Join us starting September 13 for a series of conversations as we explore and critically examine the possibilities and real world impact of data in our future.

Why Culture Matters: On the need of a new economic model

The annual BMO Public Lecture returns with Dr. Nathan Nunn on September 14 at 7:00pm at the SFU Segal Graduate School of Business. There will be a reception for all guests following the event. Dr. Nunn will present his research on economic development and history and will also take moderated questions from the audience. We will be streaming the free lecture on Facebook Live, recording the lecture for later viewing, as well as live-tweeting during the event. Follow the conversation using the hashtag #SFUBMO.

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Take a break from SFU

The ultimate guide to student discounts across Canada from Global News (mentioned by twitter.com/SFU).

 

Student Services
Burnaby | Surrey | Vancouver

2017 August 28: Student Bulletin: Week of Welcome • deadlines • ASK ME • more

Simon Fraser University - engaging the world

The Student Services Bulletin is sent once or twice per month to all enrolled undergraduates.

Week of Welcome and ASK ME

Celebrate the start of the school year with free food, games, and prizes.
Burnaby and Surrey: September 5 - 8, 10:00am - 3:00pm
Vancouver: Thursday, September 7, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
More information and complete schedules 
And if you need help, find an SFU staff person wearing the red ASK ME button!

Fire prevention on campus

A combination of dry hot weather and the improper disposal of cigarettes causes bark mulch and grass fires. If you do smoke, please ensure that your cigarettes are extinguished and disposed of properly in a designated ash tray or ash urn.

September U-Pass BC available now

Remember to request your September U-Pass BC on the U-Pass BC website. 

Note: Your U-Pass BC eligibility is determined the day after you enroll in courses. If you meet the requirements to be eligible, the U-Pass BC term fee is assessed to your student financial account the business day after you enroll in course(s). Please visit SFU U-Pass BC Eligibility & Fees for more information on fees. The 2017 Fall U-Pass BC exemption application deadline is September 11 at 4:30pm.

New student ID cards

Are you a new student needing an SFU ID Card? Visit our ID Facility in MBC 1302, open until Monday, September 18. 

Registrar and Information Services hours

Registrar office hours are online at www.sfu.ca/students/contact.html. If you're at Burnaby and don't want to wait in line to talk to us, text "sfu burnaby" to 778.383.7663. You'll get a text message back asking you to choose the service you need and you'll get updates so you know when to come back and which station will be serving you.

Tuition is due Monday, September 18

Tuition is due Monday, September 18. Pay tuition with internet banking. If you pay in person, note that cash is not accepted at the Registrar and Information Services offices or Residence and Housing. (Payment can be made as soon as you’re enrolled; you don’t need to wait until the 18th.) For more information on how to pay fees, please see: www.sfu.ca/students/fees/howtopay.html

Deadlines

The last day to drop courses for 100% refund of tuition is September 11. Check out www.sfu.ca/students/deadlines. To find out how to drop courses through mySchedule, please see: www.sfu.ca/students/enrollment/myschedule.html.

Students with disabilities

If you are a student with a verified disability and want to explore possible academic supports please contact the Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD) as soon as possible. More info about registering at the CSD is available online.

Headstart career program for students with fewer than 60 units

Don't wait until you graduate to explore career and volunteer opportunities! Designed for students with under 60 units to help make the most of your SFU experience, this popular career exploration program is delivered over three weeks starting Monday September 25 on the Burnaby campus. Register on MyInvolvement by September 20. If you have any questions, please contact Career Services at 778.782.3106.

Follow SFU on Snapchat

From behind-the-scenes at Residence, to following researchers in the field, see what other students are up to on SFU's official Snapchat: www.snapchat.com/add/simonfraseru

Terry Fox Run at SFU

Register to walk, run or volunteer at SFU's annual Terry Fox Run Friday, Sept. 29. Celebrate the legacy of one of SFU's most famous alumni and support cancer research at events at all three campuses. Registration now open! Mark your calendars and lace up your runners! 

Changes to short term parking on Burnaby campus

Visitors to campus will soon be able to pay for visitor parking via their cell phone. Existing parking pay stations are changing from “pay and display” to “pay by license plate”. Visitors will need to remember their license plate, but will no longer need to display the parking receipt on their dash. For more information please contact parking@sfu.ca. You can sign up online for a Passport Parking Canada account. 

ISS Welcome/Welcome Back Trip to Whistler 

Join us on a fun-filled day trip to Whistler! Tickets are $20 and on sale at the ISS office (MBC 1200) starting on August 28. Availability is limited, so get yours today. More information at www.sfu.ca/students/isap/workshops-events/events/whistler2017.html.

Programs for your health and well-being

SFU's Health and Counselling Services has lots of programs and workshops to positively influence your health and well-being. From mindfulness meditation to support for students far from home, check out our list and see which programs you’d like to join this fall! www.sfu.ca/students/health/Courses-and-Workshops.html

Want to apply to co-op for free?

Start applying in September for a chance to win a free application! Visit www.sfu.ca/coop/apply/contest.html.

 

Job Search Success online course

This professional job search writing and intercultural communication course will help you improve your resume and cover letter while learning how to communicate in today’s multicultural workplace. The opportunity is free for Co-op students (part of your Co-op fee covers this) and $20 for non-Coop students.

Effective Intercultural Communication

This is a free self-paced online learning opportunity that provides interactive lessons on intercultural communication.

P2L (Passport to Leadership) workshops available

Develop leadership skills, build self-awareness and learn effective interpersonal strategies by taking the Passport to Leadership program. P2L 1 and 2 are currently accepting registrations for the Fall term. Cohorts fill up quickly so sign up soon! Find out more online or visit myInvolvement.sfu.ca.

Entrepreneurial? Be one of The NEXT 36!

SFU has partnered with NEXT Canada to offer students and alumni Next 36 and NextAI—exclusive programs designed to accelerate startups and equip entrepreneurs with the tools they need to succeed. Learn more about these programs at the upcoming NEXT Canada Campus Tour and reserve your seat.

SFU soccer

Men’s Soccer Home Opener is August 31, 7:00pm, Terry Fox Field. Women’s Soccer Home Opener is September 4, 5:00pm, Terry Fox Field. More info: athletics.sfu.ca. The full athletics calendar is at athletics.sfu.ca/calendar.aspx

President’s Dream Colloquium

President’s Dream Colloquium this term is on Women in Technology: Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Diverse Talent. The first speaker is Juliette Powell (the Founder, Turing AI and WeTheData dot com, and author, 33 Million People in the Room) on Wednesday, September 13 at the Vancouver campus. Please reserve your seat online.

Why Culture Matters: On the need of a new economic model

The annual BMO Public Lecture returns with Dr. Nathan Nunn on September 14 at 7:00pm at the SFU Segal Graduate School of Business. There will be a reception for all guests following the event. Dr. Nunn will present his research on economic development and history and will also take moderated questions from the audience. We will be streaming the free lecture on Facebook Live, recording the lecture for later viewing, as well as live-tweeting during the event. Follow the conversation using the hashtag #SFUBMO.

Interested in Restorative Justice?

Restorative justice: A different approach to conflict resolution. In our online Restorative Justice Certificate, you’ll learn how and when to implement restorative practices in your organization, school or community. And if you’re not ready to apply to the certificate, you’re welcome to take restorative justice courses one at a time when space is available.

Defibrillator training

Learn how to use the red AED defibrillators on campus. Register for the free training.

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Student Services
Burnaby | Surrey | Vancouver