The School of Criminology participated in SFU’s Information Evening with a booth crewed by staff and faculty.

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Criminology welcomes incoming students at Information Evening

May 26, 2017
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The School of Criminology joined SFU in welcoming over 1,300 incoming students at Information Evening, a campus-wide event aimed to prepare students for university life.

The evening’s activities included an education fair, presentations, and campus and residence tours.

The School participated with a booth at the education fair crewed by Undergraduate Academic Advisor Alexis Vanderveen, Professor Gail Anderson, Senior Lecturer Sheri Fabian, associate director of undergraduate programs and Lecturer Danielle Murdoch. They answered prospective students’ questions about admittance to Criminology’s multiple program streams, and provided tips for success in the program.

Fabian also gave a sample lecture, “Criminology 101: Undoing Law and Order and CSI” to give students an idea of what to expect in class come September.

For the last twenty-three years, Information Evening has laid a foundation for students who have been admitted to SFU, allowing them to learn more about their chosen programs and welcoming them to the SFU community.