2020 Faculty Q&A Series

We are taking a look into the lives of the School of Criminology's Faculty. Learn more about your faculty in this Q&A series.

 

Lecturer Danielle Murdoch

Danielle Murdoch is a Lecturer in the School of Criminology. Danielle was awarded the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Lesley B. Cormack Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2019. 

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Assistant Professor Stephanie Wiley

I’ve been studying criminology since my second year as an undergrad. Many students think research methods is boring, but that course sparked my interest in becoming a professor.

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Instructor Colton Fehr

I’ve been studying criminology since my second year as an undergrad. Many students think research methods is boring, but that course sparked my interest in becoming a professor.

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Assistant Professor Rylan Simpson

Rylan Simpson has long been interested in policing and police-related questions and is currently working on several projects regarding policing. He enjoys watching his students experience excitement about their education.

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Assistant Professor Alexandra (Sasha) Lysova

Alexandra Lysova's research and teaching specifically focuses on intimate partner violence and homicide. She believes that addressing the needs of male victims can help reduce violence not only against men, but also women & children in the relationship.

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Assistant Professor Zachary Rowan

Getting a chance to do empirical research while interning at a law firm led Assistant Professor Zachary Rowan to find his passion that eventually led to completing his PhD at Simon Fraser University.

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