Location: Shrum Science Centre Chemistry 9051
Get your hands busy by learning the basics of working in a biology lab, working with a microscope on your own, dissecting out the seminal vesicles of an anesthesized earthworm and viewing some real
Location: Trottier Observatory
Take a tour of the Trottier Observatory and Science Courtyard. Peek into the 0.7 meter reflector telescope that tracks distant galaxies billions of years old.
Location: W.A.C. Bennett Library Room 2020
Whether the next big exams you write will be in high school, college, or university, this workshop will teach you study strategies shown by research to be the most effective.
Location: Technology and Science Complex I 9204
From tying your shoe to cooking food, everyday people use algorithimic thinking to complete tasks and solve problems.This workshop will give you an intro to Computing Science and Algorithmic thinki
Location: West Mall Centre 3513
Pornography depicts people as sex objects. It also has no artistic value. Should it be a crime for adults to create or to consume porn? Why? Why not?
Location: West Mall Centre 3517
Yes, you can make movies out of books, just not this one. Not now. Not ever. Why? Come and see. No knowledge of Moby-Dick necessary. Heck, I don’t even care if you’ve ever read an entire book.
Location: Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Immerse yourself into the human past with a series of interactive activities including helping to solve a forensic case, finding the missing link in the evolutionary chain, and identifying mysterio
Location: Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Join in a fun and interactive drumming session: learn to drum basic traditional songs with First Nations hand-drum.
SFU Office for Aboriginal Peoples
Location: Burnaby Public Library, Metrotown (Program Room)
How valuable are urban trees? How can we determine the dollar value of the ecological benefits that trees provide? Come learn about an emerging tool used in managing our urban forests.