Michael Francis, honoris causa
Wednesday, June 13, 9:45 a.m.
Jonathan Boron chose SFU's Resource and Management MA program because he wanted to engage with communities during his graduate work.
Daniel Dixon fielded full-time job offers from both Tesla and Apple after completing a year-long co-op job at Tesla.
Thamer Matar, left, and Baker Al-Nakib leveraged SFU's many entrepreneurial programs to set their product and company on the road to success.
Krystyna Adams, who holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees from SFU, focused her thesis on the ethical implications of the medical tourism industry, specifically targeting dental tourism in Mexico.
Bamdad Hosseini credits his natural interest and hard work for his Governor General Gold Medal-winning formula.
During the spring convocation ceremonies June 12-15, SFU will grant degrees to almost 4,700 students and to six distinguished individuals whose inspiring accomplishments are making a difference at home and around the world.
Kaitlyn Thompson didn't earn a near-perfect grade point average at the expense of community engagement.
Engaging in SFU’s opportunities for research and community work rounded out Jeff Chen’s near-perfect GPA of 4.32
Besler is graduating with a BSc Hons with a major in molecular biology and biochemistry (MBB). And she is receiving the Shrum medal for her high scholastic standing and for demonstrating outstanding qualities of character and unselfish devotion to SFU.
Abdelsayed earned a Master of Theology from the University of Durham in the U.K. and this month, he also receives a PhD in biomedical physiology and kinesiology from SFU.
North Vancouver secondary school art teacher Meghan Parker is the first Canadian to complete a master's thesis of an autobiographical nature in comic book form.