During his Bachelor's degree in Computing Science at SFU, Paul Vicol discovered a love of research.
Thank A Donor day
Thu. Mar. 30 | 10:30am - 2:30pm
Student Central - MBC 3000
Donors play an incredibly important role at SFU. From supporting student bursaries, scholarships and awards to funding new buildings, unique library collections and crucial lab equipment.
On Thursday, Mar. 30, you'll have an opportunity to express your appreciation for all that donors do for us. Drop by Student Central between 10:30am and 2:30pm and sign a card or shoot a brief video of thanks. There will be free refreshments and the chance to win prizes, including the grand prize of an iPad Mini, for all participants who share photos and videos tagging #ThankADonor.
Questions? Please contact Tessa at email@example.com.
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.