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Memorial service for Rick Iverson, 1959–2012

Rick Iverson
Rick Iverson, a professor of human resource management at SFU’s Beedie School of Business, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly last Thursday.

Iverson joined SFU’s Faculty of Business Administration in 2001 from the University of Melbourne. He became a highly respected scholar, teacher, and colleague who will be remembered for his sensible advice and counsel, his brilliant Australian sense of humour, and an unmatched enthusiasm for his work.

Iverson produced a notable body of human resources research. He was also recognized as an exceptional teacher, receiving the Faculty of Business Administration’s TD Canada Trust Distinguished Teaching Award in 2004 and again in 2011, and the SFU Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2008.

Iverson is survived by his daughter and by his partner Shelly. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 12, at 10:30 a.m. at SFU Burnaby’s West Mall Complex, 3rd floor Atrium. Everyone is invited to this celebration of his life.

This is a condensed post. Read the full story on the Beedie School of Business News blog.


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