- Executive Director's Office
- Cultivating a community of care at SFU Surrey and beyond
- Celebrating 20 years of SFU in Surrey
- Bringing ArtsLIVE to SFU Surrey
- Sustainability in the heart of Surrey's city centre
- It’s all about CO-OPeration: My experience with SFU Co-op
- Renewing our commitment to reconciliation and decolonization
- Reconnect and recharge this summer
- 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
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Alumni feature: Meet Lynn Saffery
SFU Degree(s): Master of Arts - Geography, 2009
Since 2014, Lynn Saffery has been Museum Manager at Museum of Surrey, in the Cloverdale Town Centre. Through a major expansion from facility to a campus of heritage buildings, a plaza, Feature Gallery, Indigenous Hall and children's gallery, Museum of Surrey has become one the of the most visited museums in Western Canada.
Lynn works to engage and build connection with Surrey residents and visitors by providing a museum dedicated to the people of Surrey. Using exhibitions, events, and programs, Surrey’s communities are invited to share their stories of identity and belonging, the challenges of settling in a new country, and the privileges of living in BC’s southwest. Lynn works to bring Surrey residents and visitors together through empathy and a deeper understanding of each other. Lynn believes that when people have a voice and a place to share their lived experiences, communities are happier, more connected, safer, and engaged.
What drew you to your area of study?
"Human geography helps us understand how and why people work, live and play in their environments. I have always been a strong believer in the fact that when we are connected to the communities around us, we are healthier, more engaged, and care more deeply about our society and our environment."
What is your favourite memory of your time at SFU?
"Outdoor classes in the sun."
What advice do you have for SFU students going through their degree?
"The second and third drafts are ALWAYS better than the first draft!"