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Student activists fighting climate change are also resisting the corporatization of Canadian universities

Photo: Chris Donovan
A generation of climate change student activists find they must navigate an increasingly corporate governance structure that relies on managerial buzzwords, stonewalling and secrecy.

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SFU 100 Celebration

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 11:00am - 2:00pm


AQ North Concourse (IMAGES side), SFU Burnaby Campus Burnaby, BC
49° 13' 52.7196" N, 122° 54' 2.6028" W

Imagine it's 2065...what would SFU look like? Hoverboard gondolas? Digital classrooms? Find out at our SFU 100 celebration as we explore the issues of divestment and climate change. There will be free food, music, a photo booth, a time capsule, and discussion tables where you can talk to grad students about their research and contribute to shaping SFU's investment policies! Be sure to come and invite your friends!

Graduate Research: 
11:00am-12:00pm Carolyn Prentice : "Assessing 'blue carbon' storage in BC seagrass meadows"

11:00am-1:00pm Tyler Carlson: "Formulating indigenous forest perspectives into policy: lessons from across BC"

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