Faculty and Staff
Study cites design challenges for creating 911 video-calling system July 03, 2018
A study suggests while there may be benefits to the potential future use of 911 video calling there...
Engineering science prof completes ‘walk around the world’ with treks to work June 28, 2018
Andrew Rawicz is just a few steps away from walking around the world – a 40,070-kilometre...
SFU’s longest serving Senate faculty member steps down June 22, 2018
After 27 years, chemistry professor Paul Percival has decided not to seek re-election for SFU's...
SFU Surrey executive director Steve Dooley to chair Surrey Board of Trade June 12, 2018
SFU Surrey Executive Director Steve Dooley is the Surrey Board of Trade's new chair.
SFU's Doug McArthur wins 2018 Lieutenant Governor silver medal for public administration May 29, 2018
SFU public policy professor Doug McArthur is being recognized for his four decades of contributions...
SFU’s Joy Johnson recognized for career contributions to women’s health May 16, 2018
The Women’s Health Research Institute has honoured Joy Johnson, SFU vice president, research...
Why we should listen to bees—scientist and poet collaborate on new book May 08, 2018
Mark Winston, SFU’s globally known “bee” expert and Renee Saklikar,...
Political science prof Michael Howlett named Canada Research Chair in Policy Innovation for Climate Change May 03, 2018
By Christine Lyons SFU political science professor Michael Howlett, who specializes in public...
Film on Syrian refugee musicians produced by SFU staffer, premieres at DOXA May 03, 2018
A film about three Syrian refugee musicians has been a labour of love for SFU staffer Lindsey...
SFU’s Côté wins Newman Award for ocean conservation and research April 24, 2018
The award celebrates those who have made a significant contribution to help advance ocean...