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COVID-19 Community Resilience Network
Thank you to everyone who has joined us over the last nine months. Since starting this project, we've been priviliged to be a part of so many meaningful conversations and to have made new relationships (or deepened existing ones).
If you are only discovering SFUCOVNET now, please feel free to sign up for our mailing list (below), and/or stay connected on Slack.
While our current series of calls is over, we are looking forward to figuring out what comes next.
~Diane, Chris, Matthew, Elizabeth, Janet and Methu
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Our 2020 call series has ended.
But please take a look at the dialogues we held, and use the "recap" links to find summaries, resources and video recordings.
- Wed., Sept. 16th @1:00pm – Anti-fragility and resilience | read the recap
- Wed., Sept. 23rd @1:00pm – Network-led breakout discussions | read the recap
- Wed., Sept. 30th @1:00pm – Ele Chenier, President, Academic Women, SFU on radical inclusion | read the recap
- Wed., Oct. 7th @1:00pm – Network-led breakout discussions | read the recap
- Wed., Oct. 14th @1:00pm – A discussoin with journalist, Frances Bula, about BC's upcoming election | read the recap
- Wed., Oct. 21st @1:00pm – CANCELLED
- Wed., Oct. 28th @1:00pm – Mitchell Reardon and Emma Clayton Jones, The Happy City – building resilience in “main street” | read the recap
- Wed., Nov. 4th @1:00pm – Join us for a hosted discussion about precarious instructors in the post-pandemic academy. Facilitated by Gretchen Ferguson with Anis Rahman | read the recap
- Wed., Nov. 11th – NO CALL (Remembrance Day)
- Wed., Nov. 18th @1:00pm – Join us in discussion with Kim Van Der Woerd, Founder of Reciprocal Consulting, for a dialogue on the colonial nature of current systems of research and evaluation. How do we transform these systems? | read the recap
- Wed., Nov. 25th @1:00pm – Ele Chenier returns to facilitate a discussion on how radical inclusion might address the issue of women academics falling behind | read the recap
- Wed., Dec. 2nd @1:00pm – Join us in a conversation with SFU President, Dr. Joy Johnson about SFU’s role in transformational change. | read the recap
- Wed., Dec. 9th @1:00pm – Join us in a discussion about our network. Using Thoughtexchange, we'll ponder the question: "SFUCOVNET: what worked well, and what didn't?"
Stories of network impact
Right from the start, responsive action projects got going thanks to connecting and sharing ideas on SFUCOVNET. Here are a few examples of stories that have emerged from this work.
People of SFU: Meet Trisha Dulku, volunteer wrangler extraordinaire and coordinator of civic and community engagement
June 08, 2021
As a coordinator of civic and community engagement with SFU’s Office of Community Engagement,...
June 02, 2021
A new student-led project aims to help reduce waste by motivating individuals to bring their own...
May 14, 2021
From helping Special Olympic athletes keep fit, to providing a safe and welcoming space for new...