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- Learning from the Global Pandemic
- Women Bending the Curve on Climate Change
- Engaging the Community to Build Flood Resilience: 12,000 Rain Gardens for the Puget Sound
- Engaging the university community in realizing sustainabiity: a transformational approach
- Engaging Citizens in Bike Lane Proposals: A Toronto Experience
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Kym Jones overcame adversities of returning to university as a mature student and graduated in June 2021 with the Undergraduate Dean's Convocation Medal.
Fascinated by skeletons at a young age and captivated by the popular forensic drama, Bones, Chantelle Foster knew she wanted to pursue a career in forensics and registered in SFU’s joint major in criminology and anthropology.
Jijie Xu envisioned a career where he could crunch numbers and discover environmental solutions. At our new School of Environmental Science, he has tailored his degree to combine his passion with a purpose.
Bao Williamson entered SFU unsure where studying environmental science would lead her. This June, she is graduating with a BSc in Environmental Science, a certificate in GIS, and a job with Apex Systems, on contract for Fortis BC.
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.
2020 Warren Gill Award recipient and co-founder of Cultivate Inclusivity, Human Geography student Bradley Sarandi helps marginalized individuals in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES).
RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Completing her bachelor's degree in resource and environmental management whilst performing as a NCAA athlete on SFU’s track team, Mairin is a testament to ‘you can do anything you put your mind to.’
In the REM program, Teghan learned more about the threat climate change poses and became motivated to inspire climate solutions. She's currently working as a Communications Coordinator for the National Zero Waste Council and a freelance writer and communications specialist for environmental publications and clients.
During Brennan's time at SFU, he contributed his efforts into enacting the Re-Use for Good Committee; a multi-lateral plan to eliminate all single-use plastics across SFU campus.