Dr. Yuezhi Zhao - C. Edwin Baker Award Recipient
September 19th, 2013
Dr. Yuezhi Zhao will be awarded the C. Edwin Baker Award for the Advancement of Scholarship on Media, Markets and Democracy at the 2014 International Communication Association congress, to be held in Seattle WA in May.
Dr. Peter Anderson - Order of British Columbia Recipient
September 24, 2013
“The Order of British Columbia ... is is an opportunity to publicly recognize those who have dedicated themselves to bettering the lives of their fellow citizens. These recipients exemplify the positive difference one person can make in a community and are an inspiration to all British Columbians.”
Using Interactive Media to Engage the Public for Urban Sustainibility - Associate Professor Alissa Antle
September 24, 2013
“Understanding how to design effective means to learn about sustainability is critical for a country like Canada – where development and resource planning ensure economic productivity for generations to come.”- Dr. Antle
FCAT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROFILE
Kaily Furlot - (CMNS) FCAT Undergraduate Research Fellowship Award Recipient
October 24, 2013
As someone with background in both communications and sociology, Kaily feels she is able to approach this opportunity with an interdisciplinary lens.
GRADUATE STUDENT AWARD
Cherry Smiley - Governor General's Award, Youth Recipient
October 24, 2013
Cherry Smiley is one of two youth recipients of the 2013 Governor General's Award in Commemoration of the Persons Case. The Awards were created to celebrate the five women that led to the historic legal decision to have the word "person" declared to include both women and men, and to recognize individuals who have shown the courage and determination to significantly advance equality for women and girls in Canada.
Professor Owen Underhill - New Royal Society of Canada, Academy of Arts Fellow
October 30, 2013
Congratulations to Professor Owen Underhill, from the School for Contemporary Arts. Outsanding scholarly and artistic achievement has led to his impressive achievement of being elected by his peers as one of the new Fellows to the Academy of Arts for the Royal Society of Canada (RSC).
Dr. Alissa Antle - DEVICE Best Practice Award Recipient
October 31, 2013
Of 16 nominations, Dr. Alissa Antle’s work on the Developmentally Situated Design (DSD) cards has been selected as the winner of the DEVICE (Design for Vulnerable generations) Best Practice Award for design targeted at vulnerable generations - children and elderly people.
Sophie Jarvis - EnRoute Air Canada Film Festival, Achievement in Direction Award Recipient
November 22, 2013
Sophie Jarvis', a School for Contemporary Arts 2012 grad, grad film, The Worst Day Ever, was one of sixteen short films selected for the enRoute Air Canada Film Festival. Each film plays for a month on all Air Canada flights.
Mark Nazemi - Using Sound to Manage Chronic Pain
November 26, 2013
Women with chronic pain may be more sensitive to sounds than their male counterparts, say SFU researchers. The finding emerged as part of a study related to the therapeutic use of music for chronic pain (CP) patients.
November 27, 2013
Ascension 2013 is an interdisciplinary performance of new contemporary music and dance, encompassing seven unique works of contemporary dance and live music. Each work is the culmination of ongoing collaboration between student choreographers and composers.
The Burnaby Arts Council Summer Theatre Program and School for the Contemporary Arts
December 3, 2013
The Burnaby Arts Council and the School for the Contemporary Arts have partnered for the Burnaby Summer Theatre Program. Information about the application process will be available for students in the Spring term.
Dr. Peter Anderson - Pacific Northwest Preparedness Society Lifetime Achievement Award
December 4, 2013
Dr. Anderson, Assistant Professor in the School of Communication, has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pacific Northwest Preparedness Society. He received the award in recognition of his body of research in emergency communication.
Claude Fortin, SIAT Phd Student
December 9, 2013
Claude Fortin, a School of Interactive Arts and Technology PhD student, is researching the power of interactive media at Mégaphone – an interactive street exhibit in Montreal.
Richard Loat, Communication Alumnus
December 18, 2013
Richard Loat, a Communication alum, has received a spot in a UK accelerator program to help launch his non-profit Sport for Food.