For a full list of past news stories, refer to the News Archive.
December 06, 2018
New Faculty Profile: Laurel Weldon, Political Science
Weldon researches social movements and gendered public policy and says her career has been shaped largely by her involvement in student activism in the era of the horrific acts of violence against women in 1989 at the l’École Polytechnique Montreal.
December 05, 2018
Undergraduate student Natalie Lim earns top honour with CBC Poetry Prize
Lim’s poignant poem “Arrhythmia” is about language, loss, and intergenerational connection. Lim talks about how studying English and communication at SFU has helped develop her critical thinking and nurture her curiosity and creativity.
December 04, 2018
FASS Courses Open Spring 2019
December 04, 2018
Welcome Ruby Campbell, new FASS Director of Advancement
Ruby Campbell’s inspiring service to communities like New Westminster and her innate curiosity fuel her passion for community development.
November 30, 2018
Criminology professor Gail Anderson's expertise in forensic entomology helps exonerate American woman imprisoned for 17 years
Anderson’s knowledge of how and when blowflies colonize a corpse with their eggs was key to proving Kirstin Lobato's innocence.
November 28, 2018
Undergraduate Student Profile: Rébecca Brassard, Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies and Political Science
Brassard, the 2018 recipient of the Rosemary Brown Undergraduate Award for Social Justice, says getting involved in activist work on campus began with joining the GSWS student union.
November 20, 2018
Video: How FASS graduate students and postdocs can access $15 000 in Mitacs funding
Find out how to access Mitacs Accelerate Funding, available to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in all disciplines to conduct research with companies and not-for-profit organizations.
November 09, 2018
Field School Notes: Criminology
Harleen Atwal, an undergraduate student in criminology shares her experiences taking part in the 2018 NATO Field School, where students travelled and participated in the NATO Simulation Program in Brussels, Italy, Latvia, and Romania.
November 07, 2018
SFU Psychology places high on Times Higher Education World University Subject Rankings
Congratulations to the Department of Psychology for placing in the top 10% in the 2019 Times Higher Education Psychology Subject Ranking!
November 01, 2018
Field School Notes: International Studies
Joey Mitchell, an undergraduate student in International Studies student had the opportunity to travel to Mexico this past summer to observe the recent election.