Graduate Student Members

Amir Ghaseminejad

PhD Candidate, Communications, SFU; Professor, School of Business, Capilano University

Degrees Obtained: MSc, Computer Hardware, Sharif University of Technology; BSc, Electronics Engineering

Email: ghaseminejad@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Online analytical processing using data warehouses; statistical modeling; process control modeling and mathematical modeling of social phenomena; the impact of modern information and communication technologies on collective decision making and control.

Ashley Hewitt

PhD Candidate, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: MA, Criminology, SFU; BASc, Sociology & Psychology, University of Lethbridge

Email: ahewitt@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Sexual aggression; crime site selection; geographic profiling; offender decision-making; offender hunting behavior; criminal investigations; situational crime prevention.

Tarah Hodgkinson

PhD Candidate, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: MA, Sociology, Queen's University; BA (Hons), Sociology, Queen's University

Email: thodgkin@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Crime prevention; policing; neighbourhood empowerment; victimology; auto-theft; collective violence.

Patrick Johnson

MA Student, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: BA, Criminology, SFU

Email: prjohnso@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Crime prevention; environmental criminology; crime analysis; regulation of public spaces.

Monica Ly

MA Student, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: BA (Hons), Criminal Justice, Mount Royal University

Email: monica_ly@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Environmental criminology; geography of crime; crime analysis.

Bryce Stoliker

PhD Student, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: MA, Sociology, University of Western Ontario; BA (Hons), Psychology with Thesis and Criminology, University of Windsor

Email: bryces@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Criminology; psychology; criminological theory; quantitative research methodology and statistical techniques; mental health of offenders/victims (i.e., illness, disorder, and well-being); deviancy; violence; victimization; policing; prison subculture and inmate behavior (e.g., violence, victimization, suicide, etc.); mental health; environmental criminology.

Adam Vaughan

Project Manager for ICURS Mental Health Research, PhD Candidate, Criminology, SFU

Degrees Obtained: MA, Justice Studies, University of Regina; BSc/BA, Psychology & Criminology, Wilfrid Laurier University

Email: adamv@sfu.ca

Areas of Interest: Criminal procedure; mental illness in the criminal justice system.