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Faculty Spotlights

    • Tajriyan Tapader
    • Department: My hope is to make a meaningful contribution to the field, and I know that this program will provide me with the groundwork to do so.
      Phone: Criminology
    • Michelle Reece
    • Department: I am in the process of acquiring the necessary qualifications to pursue a career in Law. The goal is to become an Immigration Lawyer.
      Phone: Criminology
    • Ann Obasohan
    • Department: I am in the process of acquiring the necessary qualifications to pursue a career in Law. The goal is to become an Immigration Lawyer.
      Phone: Criminology
    • Rija Munawar
    • Department: My name is Rija Munawar and I am a fourth year Criminology student and the Vice-President of the Criminal Justice Students' Association (CJSA).
      Phone: Criminology
    • Shane Vitaly Foran
    • Department: Brandon graduated in 2014 with a degree in criminology. He completed an MA in Communication and Culture at Ryerson University in 2016. Brandon is beginning a PhD in Communications at Carleton University in 2016 where he will study ISIS propaganda.
      Phone: Criminology
    • Maria Fabregui
    • Department: I am a committee member for Ryerson's World University Services of Canada (WUSC), which helps sponsor refugees to come to Canada to get a post-secondary education. After I graduate I hope to work as a CBSA officer to grasp further knowledge on immigration policy and law, and in the future pursue a Masters in Policy.
      Phone: Criminology
    • Elisa Di Vito
    • Department: I hope to attend law school this coming fall, with the intent of becoming a criminal defence lawyer and one day opening my own law firm. Outside of my academic studies, I enjoy kickboxing, creative writing, reading and painting.
      Phone: Criminology
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    • On Point report
    • Department: In early February 2016, Dr. Emily van der Meulen and her research team launched their new report on prison-based needle and syringe programs (PNSPs). The report outlines her multi-year, multi-phase undertaking and includes six recommendations about how PNSPs can be effectively implemented in Canadian federal prisons.
      Areas of Expertise: Department of Criminology
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