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Simon Fraser University

Canada and B.C. contribute total of $90M for new building at university

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has committed $45 million in federal funding for a new building at the Surrey, B.C., campus of Simon Fraser University to advance research and innovation in the energy...

Avalanche safety, prevention focus of Simon Fraser University research in B.C.

Professor seeks to understand how avalanche hazards are best managed so people know when it's safe to be in the mountains.

SFU prof is Evidence for Democracy’s new board chair

Simon Fraser professor - and veteran scientist - steps into her new role as E4D's new board of directors' chair as of Nov. 3.

Spectre seekers become study subjects this Halloween in B.C. paranormal project

VANCOUVER — It isn't ghosts that Paul Kingsbury's after this Halloween as he prepares to accompany a troop of supernatural investigators on a soul-searching expedition at a Vancouver-area heritage...

Simon Fraser University professors receive award for pipeline battle

Profs Stephen Collis and Lynne Quarmby are the 2015 recipients of SFU's Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy.
SFU Celebration

SFU Celebrates its 50 Year Anniversary and Reflects on a Legacy of Engagement

In five short decades, SFU has grown from 'radical roots' to become Canada’s 'Engaged University.'
SFU 55+

You'll love what these seniors are planning

There may be a lot more grey hairs in classrooms in coming years as a generation of boomers are seeking to pursue lifelong learning through Simon Fraser University’s Continuing Studies and other...

SFU alumni engaging with Downtown Eastside Neighbourhoods

Simon Fraser University alumni Landon Hoyt and Wes Regan are helping reinvent how business associations operate in the downtown core.

Debunking the 'oppressed' Muslim woman myth

There's no such thing as a generic 'Muslim woman', and many don't view Islam as one of their problems, says anthropologist Lila Abu-Lughod.

Alone Together: SFU Public Square "One Voice" video

This is what happens when you get 15 local musicians, 10 locations around Vancouver and five days. One awesome project to make things more shiny, happy and bright in the city. The SFU Public Square "...