CRIM NEWS  - February & March 2017

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

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

Creating empowering classroom environments for students that celebrate diversity, accessibility and inclusivity is at the forefront of Criminology Senior Lecturer Sheri Fabian’s teaching philosophy.

Evan McCuish, recent alumnus of the School of Criminology, is this year’s winner of the American Psychology-Law Society’s Dissertation Award.

Congratulations to Professor Gail Anderson for receiving the Award for Achievement in Forensic Life Sciences (Biology), presented by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), Pathology/Biology Section.

National experts joined together to discuss critical issues in women’s corrections for a recent David and Cecilia Ting Forum on Justice Policy.

Professor Neil Boyd’s talk “Becoming a Kinder, Gentler Canada: A Chequered History of Crime,” contributed to the FASS Canada 150 Speaker Series.


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