During his Bachelor's degree in Computing Science at SFU, Paul Vicol discovered a love of research.
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Science Outreach Programs: We share our labs, classrooms and expertise with high school and elementary students - free of charge. Donate to this program, so we can continue inspiring the next generation of scientists.
Faculty of Science Endowed Undergraduate Research Award: Our anonymous donor is challenging colleagues to establish a Science Endowed Undergraduate Research Award. The award will provide support for a student to work with a faculty member for a full research term. Every dollar donated will be matched with two dollars, up to $66,000 by our anonymous donor!
math west: Later this spring, a 3,200-square-foot collaborative and one-on-one math study space will open on the west side of Burnaby campus. Your support can help offset some of the costs required to build this state-of-the-art facility available to all SFU students.
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Originally from Denmark, Jorgen Vibe (Jack) Christensen was held at a prison camp in Japan during World War II. He was released in 1945 and rarely spoke of that time, but the experience stayed with him.