The big question after we graduate from university is always: What are you going to do? What are you planning to work as? Where are you gonna go after university?
Ever since I started at SFU I knew that I wanted to do a semester abroad. Being a little over halfway through my exchange, I can safely say that this experience has exceeded any expectations I had before leaving.
I knew I wanted to work with children and with my past experience in other multidisciplinary clinics, I decided to pursue just that by reaching out to the best one I could find. After all, we have the power to create our own opportunities.
When I began my studies at SFU, I remember being told I couldn't handle the stress of a full course load. I was told to take two courses because of my learning disabilities.
So, I took four.
I worked in the Financial Systems Analyst role in the IT department at Methanex. More specifically, I worked with Oracle Solutions, a team within the IT department.
“As a People Operations Co-op at White Claw Canada, Stefanie has conducted full-cycle recruitment activities including job scoping, sourcing, screening, interviewing, and job offers.
Studying abroad has always been on my to-do list ever since I was in high school, but I wasn’t really able to make my dream come true until the Fall of 2022 due to the ongoing pandemic.
Interning abroad has always been something I wanted to do, however, adjusting to a new cultural setting, being immersed in a new field of work, and moving to a place where I didn't know anyone were challenges I had to be ready to face.
Belmar is a leading CRM consulting firm with remarkable expertise in analyzing and delivering business solutions on the number one cloud platform, Salesforce.
People often ask me why I chose Amsterdam as my destination for Study Abroad. To be quite honest, my first choice was Copenhagen but another student snatched that spot before me.
I’m currently working at WorkSafeBC as a co-op student in the Payment Review and Compliance department. This is my second work term at the organization.
I am on an eight-month co-op at Appnovation Technologies as a Go-To-Market Opportunities Coordinator. This position is very cross-functional in that I work on tasks requested by various departments within the organization.
My job at the SFSS as the Accessibility Designated Assistant helped me learn about what steps SFU could take to raise awareness of disability issues and make campus events more accessible.
An interview with professor Allen Thornton was recently featured as part of the SFU Research Scholarly Impact of the Week series, focusing on his latest study.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic has hit, many jobs have turned to delivering work remotely. From September 2021 through May 2022, I have been placed in a co-op position as a Student Compliance and Enforcement Officer at Health Canada.
Victoria Brown is a second-year psychology major and counselling and human development minor who won first place in the 2021 SLC Undergraduate Writing Contest (Middle Ye
My name is Kyle, and I’m a PhD student in the Molecular Cardiac Physiology Group (MCPG), specifically in Tom Claydon’s lab. I only got involved in research during my final year of undergrad but fell in love with it.
My name is Milad, a PhD student in the Sensorimotor Neuroplasticity lab. I grew up in Iran, the other side of the planet. I started at SFU in the fall of 2019 and ever since I feel I have a new home with a nice family.
My name is Thiago Bassi. I am a Ph.D. candidate at BPK, and my supervisor is Dr. Steve Reynolds. I have arrived in Vancouver in 2016 from Brazil to study English and I fell in love with the city.
Hello! My name is Gaby. I’m an MSc student from the Poburko lab within the Molecular Cardiac Physiology Group (you can find us over in TASC2). My family and I immigrated from South Africa when I was 3 years old.
Hi, I’m Nitika Jain. I am an international student pursuing a B.S. in Biomedical Physiology at SFU. I moved from Saskatoon to Vancouver and applied to SFU as a transfer student.
Hello my name is Daniel Salazar, I was original born in Medellín, Colombia. I have lived in Florida, USA which is known for its famous beaches , theme parks, alligators, orange orchards and flamingos.
Hi, I'm Camille! I'm a 5th year at SFU and I'm from Coquitlam, BC. I chose SFU after hearing great things about the Kinesiology program and honestly the vibes just felt right LOL
My name is Raffaele Massarotto, but most people call me Raffy (yes, a ninja turtle or a famous children’s entertainer – depends on the day). I am a PhD student, currently working under the co-supervision of Dr. Anita Cote and Dr.