Research Connections Issue 5
Welcome to the School of Criminology
The School of Criminology is one of the largest in Canada and on the Pacific Rim and is one of the leading criminology and criminal justice teaching and research centres in the world.
The School has a complement of over 30 full time faculty members, a large number of adjunct professors and associate members, over 1,000 declared majors, minors and honours students, and more than 100 graduate students at the MA and PhD levels.
Alexandra Lysova was a recent guest speaker at the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Reserve Men's Day event
Assistant professor Alexandra Lysova was a key speaker at the recent Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Reserve in Ontario for their Chippewa Men's Day event on May 4, 2018. Topics included domestic violence prevention and male victims of domestic violence in Canada.
Adam Vaughan awarded MSFHR Health Policy Fellowship
PhD Candidate is one of two exceptional health researchers to be awarded the new Health Policy Fellowship.
Tamara O’Doherty takes a community-based approach to research and teaching
Criminology lecturer Tamara O’Doherty challenges the institution of law by observing what’s not functional or fair in its application, especially among marginalized peoples, and seeking to improve it.
Danielle Murdoch returns to place that kindled her passion for criminology
Criminology lecturer Danielle Murdoch describes joining SFU’s School of Criminology as “coming around full circle” to the place and people that helped kindle her passion for research and teaching.
Evan McCuish has a strong background in research collaboration
The School of Criminology’s newest faculty recruit, Assistant Professor Evan McCuish, joins the School with a strong background in research collaboration.