|School||School of Health & Life Sciences and Community Services|
|Program|| Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice
|Academic and Professional Designations||PhD, Sociology
|Areas of Expertise & Interest||
|Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities||
|Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications||
- “Private Lives in Public Spaces: Experiences of Youth Homelessness” in
J. Moore, L. Suski & G. Anderson (eds) Sociology of Home: Belonging, Community
and Place in the Canadian Context. Canadian Scholars Press.
- “Human Rights and the Justice System.” Pp. 169-194 in D. Griffiths, F. Owen & S.
Watson (eds). The Human Rights Agenda for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.
New York: NADD. (with J. Hamelin, V. Marinos, & D. Griffiths).
|Additional Information||I am a sociologist specializing in social inequality, social inclusion, youth, and research methods. I obtained my Bachelor of Arts (Sociology, Honours, with a concentration in criminology) from Brock University, my Master of Arts (Sociology, primary area in socio-legal studies) from Queen’s University and my PhD (Sociology, specialization in social inequality) from the University of Waterloo.
I am committed to applied learning and maintains strong connections between my work in the field and academic pursuits.