Cover Story:

The Joy of Math

SFU's award-winning mathematics lecturer Malgorzata Dubiel is loved by students. She is a 2011 YWCA Woman of Distinction, recipient of the 3M National Teaching Fellowship, an SFU Excellence in Teaching Award, and the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Education Prize.


In every issue

  • Mountain High

    Pipe Seargent Jack Lee wins a Silver Star, Arthur Robson, Canada Research Chair in Economic Theory and Evolution, receives a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Kate Tairyan is extending health education to people in developing countries by creating a free online university to train health care workers, and more!
  • Book Takes

    Sharon Stewart and Rodrick Stewart's Phoenix: The Life of Norman Bethune, Castles Made of Sand, by André Gerolymatos, Caroline Adderson's The Sky is Falling and more.
  • Who's News

    Phillip Steenkamp, Simon Fraser University's new vice-president of external relations on his experience as president and CEO of the B.C. Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Secretariat
  • Alumni Watching

    James O'Callaghan (BFA'11) has four orchestral compositions performed by professional orchestras to his credit, most recently Mouths played by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Baba Brinkman's (BA'00) off-Broadway play, The Rap Guide to Evolution, is getting rave reviews, John Axsen (BBA'04, MRM'07) beats out candidates from 16 countries to be named Young Researcher of the Year and more!
November 2011 issue cover