- Executive Director's Office
- Supporting one another and raising awareness on sexual assault
- Why Bell Let's Talk Day matters to me
- International Women's Day: Celebrating the Strong Women in My Life
- The Glass Half Full: The Challenges of 2020 & The Promise of 2021
- Moving forward: Next steps for anti-racism dialogues at SFU Surrey
- Honouring the 215 lives lost
- Walking together towards inclusion
- Summer message from Steve Dooley
- Welcome back to campus!
- Honouring the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
- Introducing The Journey Here: a new podcast from SFU Surrey
- Holiday greetings, a look back on 2021 and hope for 2022
- Let's talk about mental health and well-being
- Lift Each Other Up on Pink Shirt Day
- 2020 Homeless Count in Surrey
- Surrey campus vibe is alive-and-strong during COVID-19
- It’s Long Overdue - Moving The Dial on Racism & Discrimination
- Thank You President Petter for 10 Amazing Years
- Welcoming Joy Johnson, SFU's 10th President
- Get to know Steve Dooley, Executive Director of SFU's Surrey Campus
- In case you missed it: Fall 2020 Campus-wide meeting
- The fight against COVID-19: Surrey researchers at their best!
- Season's greetings from Steve Dooley
- Community Perspectives on Living with HIV and where we go From Here
- Celebrating International Women’s Day at SFU’s Surrey Campus
- OppFest at the Surrey campus
- New campus building expands SFU Surrey campus
- Pink Shirt Day
- Power of Partnerships: Surrey Schools
- Welcome to Fall 2019
- SFU Surrey and Orange Shirt Day
- World Mental Health Week
- Health-related research and innovation is thriving in Surrey
- SFU Surrey students changing the world in 2019
Podcast: The Journey Here
- Season 1
- Ep. 1 | Joy Johnson: Leading with Compassion and Care
- Ep. 2 | Kue K'nyawmupoe: Connecting and Serving Communities
- Ep. 3 | Doug Tennant: Empowering Leaders with Diverse Abilities
- Ep. 4 | Kathleen Burke: Igniting Community Leaders
- Ep. 5 | Rochelle Prasad: Sparking the Leaders of Tomorrow
- Ep. 6 | Bailey Mumford: An Advocate for Housing and Belonging
- Ep. 7 | Matt Hern: Supporting Community Development through Worker Co-operatives
- Ep. 8 | Joanne Curry: Engaging Our Campus and Community
- Season 1
- Email Archive
- Mural Mosaic
- Campus services
- News and events
- Contact us
Introducing The Journey Here: a new podcast from SFU Surrey
After many months of working on this project, with the very capable support of Rachel Wong and Isabelle Louie, I am thrilled to announce the launch of The Journey Here, a podcast that brings together the stories of community builders from all walks of life – hosted by yours truly!
Each week, I'll be sitting down with on- and off-campus community leaders to take a deep dive into how their experiences have shaped our community, the issues that matter to them, and the journey that lies ahead.
In our first episode, I had the opportunity to chat with the President and Vice-Chancellor of Simon Fraser University, Dr. Joy Johnson.
Who is Joy Johnson? What inspired her to pursue a career in nursing? How have her experiences as a nurse at the start of the AIDS epidemic influenced the way she approaches her current role? What are her plans for SFU in the future? Tune in to our inaugural episode to find out the answers to these questions and more!
Given this was the first episode of The Journey Here, I must admit I was a tad nervous sitting down with our esteemed President. But Joy was so engaging, so down to earth, and so interesting that I immediately settled in and felt comfortable; it was like an informal chat between two friends sharing a coffee.
I am so excited to finally share this project with you all, and I hope you'll tune in each week! We have an exciting lineup of guests for our first season, and I hope you enjoy listening to each episode as much as the team enjoyed making them.
Our next guest is Kue K'nyawmupoe, an inspiring and resilient young woman who has a passion for community engagement and helping others. In our second episode, Kue reflects on her experiences growing up in a refugee camp, her journey from Thailand to Canada, and the work that she does to engage her roots, culture, and community.