CRIM NEWS  - May & June 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.

During the four years of his PhD, Evan McCuish has published 15 journal articles and six book chapters prior to completion of his dissertation.

Recent Criminology graduate Alexandra Dibnah is known for being a remarkable individual who is personable and intellectually curious.

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

We understand it's challenging to navigate your undergraduate career. That's why we've gathered a few resources, including a program guide and sample course plans, to help you succeed in the Criminology Program.

As Matty Taghipour prepares to graduate with a BA in criminology, not only has she earned top marks in academics, but also top marks in community engagement from her peers and faculty.

Canadian Corrections, Fifth Edition
Curt T. Griffiths
& Danielle J. Murdoch
Published by Nelson Education


Watch Professor Neil Boyd's talk "Becoming a Kinder, Gentler Canada: A Chequered History of Crime" from the FASS Canada 150 Speaker Series.


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