CRIM NEWS  - April 2016

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Professor Andresen given WSC Fellows Award

The Fellows Award is granted to individuals generally associated with the Western region who have made important contributions to the field of criminology.

Symposium examines factors contributing to wrongful convictions

SFU's School of Criminology is holding a symposium to examine key factors contributing to wrongful convictions and criminal investigative failures on April 22, 2016.

New details emerge on deep sea, marine-submerged bodies

Findings recently published by Professors Anderson and Bell could benefit investigators when bodies are recovered in deep water.

Inaugural issue of Research Connections

The School’s new academic newsletter highlights recent publications from faculty and graduate students.

New Video: Why Study Criminology?

Check out our new video highlighting key reasons to study criminology. It's housed on an information page for prospective students.

2016 HONOURS THESIS PRESENTATIONS

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All presentations are open to the public.  Interested faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend any or all of the presentations. 

Coop Student Profile: Theresa John

Theresa John, from Saik'uz First Nation (Dakelh), completed a coop work term in 2015 with the John Howard Society in Surrey.

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Events

Symposium on Wrongful Convictions & Criminal Investigative Failures
Friday, April 22, 2016
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Honours Thesis Presentations
April 15 & 18, 2016
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