October 5, 2016

SFU: Researching the City – Oct 12

Think research is boring and unrelated to the real world? Think again! Researching the City is an inspirational evening showcasing how seemingly “abstract” research activities have real world impact on our city.
The event includes an interactive public gallery of faculty, staff, student and alumni research from SFU’s Vancouver campus (and the wider SFU community) followed by a series of rapid-fire impact stories direct from the researchers themselves.
Each Researching the City is guided by a specific yet widely encompassing theme. This year’s guiding theme is #SFUInnovates.
The evening will be moderated by Joy Johnson, SFU Vice-President, Research.
Wednesday, October 12
5:30 – 9 pm

Segal Graduate School of Business – 500 Granville Street
Register here.

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