- Strategic Plan
- The President
- About Joy
- Statement on academic freedom
- Welcome back faculty and staff
- Welcome back students
- Statement on scholar strike
- Reflections on my first 30 days
- Taking care of ourselves, taking care of each other
- Equity, diversity and inclusion commitments
- Statement on SFU's Athletics Team Name Change
- Finding connection in times of adversity
- Wishing you a safe and restful holiday break
- Op-ed: SFU helping drive social, economic innovation in time of crisis
- Welcome new SFU students
- UPDATED Jan. 6: My response to Dec. 11 event in SFU dining hall
- Celebrating Black History Month
- The University’s Role and Contributions to a Just Recovery Over the Next Decade
- Inspired by meetings with SFU Faculty and Staff
- Looking forward to Summer and Fall
- Opinion: This is why SFU is backing the Burnaby Mountain gondola
- External Review of December 11, 2020 Event
- Facing the future with hope
- President's statement on TransMountain Expansion Project and support for a fire hall on Burnaby mountain
- The road ahead
- Stronger Together: SFU, the pandemic and lessons for a better future
- SFU to observe moment of silence at 2:15 PM today
- Taking action: Reconciliation at SFU
- Join SFU President Joy Johnson for a tour of Burnaby campus
- Message from the President: Residential school findings
- Dr. June Francis appointed Special Advisor to the President on Anti-Racism
- Executive Searches
President’s statement on recent incidents of racism and xenophobia
Recent reports of anti-Asian racism are deeply disturbing to us at Simon Fraser University. Today, I join with others across Canada and around the world in condemning all forms of racial hatred and discrimination.
It is our obligation, as members of a diverse and vibrant university community, to speak out forcefully against racism and xenophobia, to dispel irrational fears, and to counter discriminatory behaviour against any particular culture or ethnic group.
SFU and its communities benefit from our diversity, and from the countless contributions of Canadians of Asian ancestry. They are our students, faculty, staff, alumni, supporters, business partners and community leaders. They are generations of citizens who have enriched our culture and helped build our province and our country.
In order to move successfully through and past the COVID-19 crisis, we all must work together with generosity, empathy and informed decisions. There is no place in this shared endeavour for division and discrimination.
I encourage everyone at SFU to use this moment to reaffirm our commitments to combatting racism and celebrating the diversity that makes the fabric of our university – and our country – stronger.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic knows no boundaries, neither does our shared humanity. Let us redouble our efforts to foster a respectful and supportive environment for all people in this country, and for all members of our community.