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When graduating with a Bachelor of Environment in Global Environmental Systems in June of 2020, Tracy Lissner decided to pen an op-ed to express the loss she felt when an in-person ceremony was ruled too dangerous. While Tracy understood the need to postpone an in-person celebration, the personal connection between SFU and Tracy’s grandfather made it a bitter loss.
Teghan Acres graduated in the height of the pandemic in June of 2021 with a Bachelor of Environment in Resource and Environmental Management. She is returning to SFU’s Burnaby campus this month to commemorate her time at SFU and celebrate the achievement.
Like many 2020 graduates, Adrienne was disappointed to have missed the opportunity to walk across the stage in front of family and friends. After initially walking away from university at the age of 20, Adrienne has been waiting longer than most for the celebration.
As 2020 and 2021 alumni return to SFU’s Burnaby campus this May to take their walk across the stage, Chantelle will be studying in Canada’s capital, closing in on her dream career.
Simon Fraser University researchers are playing an important role in developing the world’s first interactive, operational planning software for autonomous agriculture.
As we push for equal and full access for women and girls in science this International Day of Women and Girls in Science, undergraduate student, Chloe Ross, reflects on her decision to pursue environmental science and philosophy at SFU.
On this day of emphasizing full and equal access for women and girls in science, Chelsea Little, an assistant professor in SFU’s Schools of Environmental Science and Resource and Environmental Management shares her academic and career experiences and the changes she would like to see for future women in science.
Karen Kohfeld, an Earth systems and environmental scientist, and professor in SFU’s Schools of Resource and Environmental Management and Environmental Science shares her journey from entering science academia to spearheading innovative international research projects.
Recent floods in BC’s Fraser Valley have led many people to reconsider the way we live day-to-day and how we view our supply chains. For SFU Geography master's student, Christine Leclerc, these events inspired action.
This year, we are pleased to share that 13 graduate students from SFU's Faculty of Environment recieved over $650,000 to advance their research projects that address social justice, climate solutions, community resilience, reconciliation and indigenization and more.
SFU archaeologists Christina Giovas and David Burley's decades of international fieldwork reveal the history, heritage and knowledge of island communities.
Oshin Joshipura joins the Faculty of Environment from Tanzania with a dream to study human-wildlife conflict. A recent second-year transfer student from Fraser International College (FIC), shares her experience of coming to SFU and finding a home in the Global Environmental Systems (GES) program.
While SFU Archaeology celebrates 50 years of teaching and research atop Burnaby Mountain, Jonathan Driver specializes in understanding the past lives of the people from similar landscapes thousands of years ago.
Ancient Indigenous fishing practices can be used to inform sustainable management and conservation today, according to a new study from Simon Fraser University.
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