October 13, 2021
Sdahl K’awaas (also known as Lucy Bell) is the recipient of the 2021 Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy for her bravery in calling out racism in the heritage field and advocating for change in an era of reconciliation.
Sterling Prize 2021: Challenging the role of museums in an era of reconciliation October 13, 2021
Sdahl K’awaas (also known as Lucy Bell) is the recipient of the 2021 Nora and Ted Sterling...
Help us envision SFU's proposed medical school October 13, 2021
SFU wants to deliver a new approach to medical education in British Columbia. The university is...
Dean Jane Pulkingham concludes term in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and takes on new role in the VPA Jane Pulkingham stepped down from her position as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences...
Early survey data: effectiveness of risk management initiatives March 22, 2021
In early Fall 2020, SFU participated in an omnibus survey along with seven other Canadian...
Three SFU educators recognized with Excellence in Teaching Awards March 09, 2021
Congratulations to Victoria Claydon, professor in the Department of Biomedical Physiology and...
New report released about how Indigenous students access an education at SFU January 29, 2021
How are Indigenous students accessing and moving through an education at Simon Fraser...
Reminder: Call for the 2021 Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy nominations January 13, 2021
The Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy looks for candidates who are doing work...
Meet SFU’s new vice-president, academic and provost, Catherine Dauvergne, QC December 04, 2020
One of the first things you notice in conversation with Catherine Dauvergne, SFU’s new...
Carman Neustaedter named dean of Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology October 20, 2020
Carman Neustaedter, a professor and director for the School of Interactive Arts & Technology,...
View an update of the 2019-2024 Academic Plan September 01, 2020
Our 2019-2024 Academic Plan was created with the SFU community and built on the academic plans...