Faculty of Environment Changemaker Awards

The voting period for the 2022 Changemaker Awards is now closed. 

Congratulations to our 3 recipients:

  • Kristin Oliver
  • Emma Chong
  • SFU350 

In the Faculty of Environment, our students are our most important facilitators of change. From tackling climate change and building resilience to advancing social justice and empowering communities, our students are addressing some of the biggest issues of our time through their studies, advocacy, and actions.

The FENV Changemaker Award celebrates dedicated students who are making positive social or environmental change in their communities and around the world. With this Award, we aim to recognize their efforts and share the great work being done.

The top nomination will receive $400 to support their professional development. Their changemaker work will be featured in a media release, SFU News/Faculty News and more. They will join a community of FENV Changemakers supporting change through mentorship, solution implementation, and education.

All nominations will be shared on social media and people will vote for the FENV Changemaker of the Year.

Do you know an SFU Environment student whose outstanding efforts have impacted our community or environment? 

Nominate them (or yourself) for the FENV Changemaker Award.

Nominations will be accepted from February 15th through March 15th.

Students can nominate themselves or be nominated by another member of the SFU community including faculty, staff, and students.

Once the nomination period ends on March 15th, all nominees and their profiles will be shared on social media. Voting is open to everyone from March 16th to 25th by electronic ballot. People may vote one time.

The FENV nominees with the most votes will be named the 2022 FENV Changemakers of the Year and announced on March 28th.

Who is eligible?

  • Faculty of Environment undergraduate (major or minor) and graduate students who act on their desire to create meaningful social or environmental change. 

  • Nominations may be made for a group of students acting with a single purpose (providing the group includes a Faculty of Environment student and the nomination designates a FENV student as the lead to receive the prize).


Please note that the information included in the nomination will be used to create a nominee profile when the voting opens (excluding email and student number)


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