Jan 17 - Stephen Dooley

In today's session, special guest Stephen Dooley, Executive Director, Campus Administration at SFU will be presenting on: 1) The SFU community, and the various modes of engagement within the community; 2) George Orwell's seminal novel, "1984".

Stephen (Steve) Dooley

Executive Director, Campus Administration

Stephen Dooley became the second executive director of the SFU Surrey campus on November 1, 2013. Prior to joining the team at SFU, he worked at Kwantlen Polytechnic University for more than 20 years, where he was the founder of the Centre For Interdisciplinary Research: Community Learning and Engagement (CIR:CLE). Steve has a strong commitment to the development of community-campus partnerships.

As SFU Surrey campus director, Steve sits at a number of community partnership tables, including the City of Surrey’s Social Policy Advisory Committee, the Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition (co-chair), the Local Immigration Partnership, the planning secretariat of Innovation Boulevard and the Surrey Healthier Community Partnership. Steve is also a director of the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT). He remains active in community-based research projects and is the lead for a study of refugee settlement and integration with the City of Surrey.