For a full list of past news stories, refer to the News Archive.
January 31, 2018
Congratulations to the 2017 Staff Achievement Award recipients from across FASS
Congratulations to Richard Blackwell (Psychology), Laura Bologea (Philosophy), Beverly Neufeld (FASS), and Ellen Siew Meng Yap (International Studies) who have earned 2017 Staff Achievement Awards!
January 30, 2018
Autism and Aboriginal families: new project to shed light on health inequity in BC Aboriginal communities
Psychology’s Grace Iarocci is leading a new study shedding light on autism and health inequity in BC Aboriginal communities
January 29, 2018
Alumni Profile: Jon Robinson, Public Policy
MPP alum Jon Robinson (2011) says being a part of the BC NDP team forming new government in July has been a career highlight.
January 24, 2018
FASS Graduate Students Up for Public Choice Award in National Competition
Justine Mallou (Political Science) and Connor Hasegawa (Public Policy) have been chosen among the top 5 finalists for the Fifth Annual National Student Paper Competition through the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.
January 23, 2018
Gerontology launches new student blog
SFU Gerontology's new student blog features student op-ed pieces, alumni, and more.
January 22, 2018
Students from across FASS sweep inaugural Student Learning Commons Undergraduate Writing Contest
Congratulations to all FASS students who won or earned honourable mentions in the 2017 Student Learning Commons Undergraduate Writing Contest!
January 19, 2018
An interview with Rhys Kesselman: Thoughts on an Illustrious Career in Policy
In an interview with Marina Adshade, Kesselman reflects on his academic and teaching career in the School of Public Policy.
January 15, 2018
Comics a way to express ideas about health
Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies professor Coleman Nye's new collaborative graphic novel Lissa combines text and image to create a comic, teaching tool, and ethnographic work.
January 13, 2018
Graduate Liberal Studies' Dr. Stephen Duguid now professor emeritus
After 27 years as an instructor and director in the Graduate Liberal Studies program, Dr. Stephen Duguid assumes the title of professor emeritus.
January 11, 2018
Communicating with babies--studies show moms and dads can differ in approach
Two studies led by Psychology's Tanya Broesch show moms and dads living in urban and Western societies use "babytalk" differently.