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SFU's Vancouver campus is home to a wide range of community programs that connect the university and local communities and promote dialogue and engagement. Check out the diverse programs and various forms of community engagement by attending events, workshops, performances and public dialogues.
SFU Vancity Office of Community Engagement
SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement supports creative engagement, knowledge democracy and access to arts and culture through public programming, community partnerships and community-engaged research.
SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs
SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs engages with leading edge artists in dance, theatre, cinema, music and digital arts; provoking new practices and approaches reflecting the everchanging landscape of contemporary arts.
SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
The SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue uses dialogue and engagement to facilitate transformative conversations and create real-world impact for society’s most pressing challenges.
SFU Community Engagement Research Initiative (CERi)
CERi promotes principles of participation, cooperation, social transformation and knowledge translation to lift up and strengthen the capacity of SFU’s researchers and students, to engage respectfully and ethically with community members.
Institute for the Humanities
The Institute for the Humanities at SFU seeks to accomplish these basic objectives: stimulate student interest and faculty research in demonstrating the irreducibility of humanistic perspectives in understanding some of the most pressing social, economic, political, and environmental problems we face and, above all, engage the many publics beyond the academy in the city, province, country, and wider world.
Renewable Cities is accelerating the transition to renewable, restorative, resilient cities. Their approach is driven by critical analysis, transformative policy innovation, strategic communication and meaningful engagement with public, private and social sectors.
Moving in a Livable Region (MLR) is an initiative that works to build understanding and support with the public and other stakeholders on regional mobility and land-use priorities in Metro Vancouver.