Established as a resource for SFU Vancouver faculty and staff, INgagement programs are designed to build a greater sense of community at SFU Vancouver by increasing campus engagement and developing more opportunities for our staff and faculty to interact. Take the opportunity to become a part of a continually growing community by joining in one of the events listed below.
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Add some energy and wellbeing to your day at the SFU Vancouver Wellness Studio! Free fitness classes run several times throughout the week. Classes are drop-in, and on a first-come, first-seated basis for SFU students, staff and faculty.
Tea @ Three
Tea at Three is on summer break. The next instance will take place in September.
Thank you to all our hosts for the 2016-17 year!
Come enjoy tea and snacks with the SFU Vancouver community once a month. Get to know what your neighbours are researching and studying. Bring your tea cup!
If your area is interested in hosting Tea at Three in the new year please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month
City Conversations is an opportunity to discuss Vancouver's current issues with the help of experts. Including a group dialogue, this program has a different topic on the first and third Thursday of each month.
Lunch Poems at SFU is now on summer break and will resume September 20
Lunch Poems @ SFU features local poets reading their work along with a Q&A session. Taking place on the third Wednesday of each month, Lunch Poems is a great, free opportunity to infuse art and poetry into your workday.
SFU Vancouver Walks
This program is currently inactive.
Email email@example.com if you're interested in learning more.
SFU Vancouver Walks takes the Vancouver streets by storm every Thursday. Meet beside the Belzberg Library at 12:00 pm. The group looks for new routes every week, so share your favorite walking paths downtown with us. If we have enough people, we can have two pace groups.