As a primary link between SFU and our communities, we will pursue a comprehensive approach to the advancement of institutional priorities and promote SFU’s reputation as the leading engaged university defined by its dynamic integration of innovative education, cutting-edge research, and far-reaching community engagement.
The SFU Alumni Association is made up of a network of more than 165,000 graduates living in 140+ countries. The Alumni Association is here to keep graduates connected with their fellow alumni and the SFU community
SFU Innovates is the university’s innovation strategy with a mission to engage SFU researchers, staff and students with our communities and partners to solve societal challenges through innovation and entrepreneurship.
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The Charles Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship is the interdisciplinary home and academic hub for entrepreneurship and innovation at Simon Fraser University within the Beedie School of Business and in partnership with all SFU Faculties. For our students, the Chang Institute cultivates and unleashes their entrepreneurial mindset so they can apply it in a continuum throughout their careers.
The Semester in Dialogue creates unique opportunities for undergraduate students to explore the practice of dialogue in academic and community settings. This full-time program connects student learning with public policy issues in ways that encourage student civic engagement. It is located within Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue.
The School of Criminology is one of the largest in Canada and on the Pacific Rim and is one of the leading criminology and criminal justice teaching and research centres in the world. The School has a complement of over 30 full time faculty members, a large number of adjunct professors and associate members, over 1,000 declared majors, minors and honours students, and more than 100 graduate students at the MA and PhD levels.
Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business is home to those who believe in the power of business to spark new ideas, fuel social innovations, and advance society. Operating across the three campuses in the major cities of Burnaby, Surrey and Vancouver, SFU Beedie is creating the business leaders of tomorrow through management educations programs for both undergraduate and graduate students through teaching and learning powered by world-class research, meaningful community engagement, and a global outlook. Graduate programs are delivered through SFU Beedie’s Segal Graduate School. SFU Beedie takes business education beyond the walls of academia and empowers people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to reimagine the role of business in tackling society’s most significant challenges.
SFU Beedie is once again proud to support TEDxSFU and the team of TEDxSFU organizers for the bright community they bring together, year after year
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