CRIM NEWS  - December 2016

Our newsletter includes a collection of announcements, information and feature articles to keep you updated on what’s happening in the School of Criminology.

PhD student Ryan Scrivens interns with VOX-Pol Network

Criminology PhD student Ryan Scrivens traveled to Ireland to participate in a three-month internship with the VOX-Pol Network of Excellence.

Vienna Chichi Lam nominated for prestigious national scholarship

SFU Dean of Graduate Studies has just nominated Criminology’s Vienna Chichi Lam for the prestigious Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship Award.

Bryan Kinney represents ICURS at parliament hill computing event

Recently Bryan Kinney joined researchers from across Canada in an advanced research computing (ARC) information session on parliament hill in Ottawa, ON. 

2015-2016 Holiday Closure

SFU will be closed from Sunday, December 25, 2016 through Monday, January 2, 2017. The university will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.

President's Dream Colloquium touches hearts, opens eyes

Professor Brenda Morrison, director of SFU’s Centre for Restorative Justice, helped organize the President's Dream Colloquium.

Students stand up against extremism and radicalization

Voices Against Extremism (VAE), a team of 23 undergraduate university students, is standing up against extremism and radicalization with a public art exhibit that celebrates Canadian diversity.

Bryan Kinney makes Criminology proud by “gnome-ing it all”

Bryan Kinney won the Gnome-it-all Award at this year's Faculty Smackdown Event.


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