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We are pleased to confirm that the oral defence for Criminology student Shannon Stewart’s thesis Mental Health Problems in Parole Decisions: The re-conceptualization of mental health problems as risk factors will take place on Monday, 9 May 2016 - 9:00 am in room 105 of Hagen Hall (115 Seraphin Marion)

Woah! Another oral defence you may like to check out for Criminology Ph.D. student Tuulia Genvieve Law’s thesis Managing the ‘party’: Third Parties and the Organization of labour in Ontario Strip Clubs will take place on Thursday, April 14 2016 at 10:00 AM in room FSS 14001 (120 University) Social Sciences Building

Don't miss the oral defence for Criminology Ph.D. student Stephanie Ehret’s thesis Justice for Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence: Reflections on Restorative Justice Ideals and Making Social Meaning that will take place on Tuesday, April 12 2016 at 1 PM in room LPR-284, 129 Louis-Pasteur

Doctoral Candidate Stephanie Piamonte has been selected from an international group of applicants to be Visiting PhD Scholar at the Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC) at the University of Wollongong (Australia) for 2016. This fellowship will enable her to spend several weeks pursuing research and collaboration with members of the Centre from fields of law, media and cultural studies, among others. Congratulations to Stephanie!    /    La doctorante Stephanie Piamonte a été sélectionnée parmi plusieurs candidats internationaux et sera chercheuse doctorante en résidence au Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC) de l’Université de Wollongong en Australie, en 2016. Cette camaraderie lui permettra de passer plusieurs semaines à poursuivre ses recherches en collaboration avec des membres du centre provenant de disciplines comme le droit et les études sur les médias et la culture. Félicitations à Stephanie!


PhD Candidate Daniel Crépault has had his paper, “ The Rise of Partisan Pedagogy: How Stakeholders Outside of the Academy are answering the Call to Public Criminology”, accepted for publication in the British Journal of Criminology. Congratulations Daniel!    /    L’article "The Rise of Partisan Pedagogy: How Stakeholders Outside of the Academy are answering the Call to Public Criminology" du doctorant Daniel Crépault a été publié dans la revue British Journal of Criminology. Félicitations Daniel!

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Doctoral Candidate Nicolas Oliver has been selected from an international group of applicants to participate in the 2016 Philosophy of Social Science Graduate Student Summer Seminar hosted by the Critical Realism Network and held at the University of Washington, Tacoma. This fellowship will enable him to spend two weeks studying key themes in the philosophy of social science and critical realism with a number of internationally known scholars. Congratulations to Nicolas!    /    Nicolas Oliver, doctorant, a été choisi parmi un groupe de candidats internationaux pour participer à l’édition 2016 d’un séminaire de Philosophie en Sciences sociales pour des étudiants diplômés, organisé par le Réseau de réalisme critique, qui se tiendra à l'Université de Washington, Tacoma. Cette camaraderie lui permettra de passer deux semaines à étudier des thèmes clés en philosophie des sciences sociales et réalisme critique avec des savants de renommées internationales. Félicitations à Nicolas!