SFU Partnerships

From left: Ryan D'Arcy, SFU neuroscientist and ImageTech project lead; Bruce Hayne, Councillor, City of Surrey; John Diggle, neurologist, Fraser Health; Andrew Petter, President, SFU; Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification; Joy Johnson, VP Research, SFU; and Victor Davis, Key Account Executive, Philips Healthcare.

Simon Fraser University is actively engaged with the South Fraser community. We are a member of the Surrey Board of Trade, the Chambers of Commerce in White Rock, Surrey and Langley, the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association, and the Surrey Tourism and Convention Association. We also have partnerships with both the City of Surrey and School District 36. We sponsor and take part in community events and festivals and we offer our facilities for public lectures, debates and other activities. Our faculty, staff and students are busy with a variety of volunteer activities in the South Fraser area. In addition, through our cooperative education and industry liaison activities and entrepreneurship, we engage with local businesses and organizations in helping to energize the economy of the region.

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SFU Alumni stay connected by joining the SFU Alumni Association; attending social, networking and professional development events; or getting involved as an alumni volunteer

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Our goal is to raise $250 million - gifts that will engage over 30,000 students and 6,500 researchers across three campuses each year and strengthen our power to engage communities for the next 50 years.

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At SFU Research Matters, research collaborations extend far beyond our campuses to include many projects conducted jointly with business and industry, community organizations and agencies in all levels of government.

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Great events happening in support of the United Way @ SFU's Surrey Campus! 100% of proceeds go to support social, academic and anti-bullying programs for children and programs for seniors to reduce isolation and increase socialization.

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Our children's future starts in the neighbourhood where they grow up. My Neighbourhood, My future in Guildford West is a United Way Lower Mainland initiative to address early childhood vulnerabilities through partnerships, place-based planning, and meaningful engagement with families, service providers, and businesses.

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