On June 1, 2018, the SSCS, led by faculty John Kosmopoulos hosted the 2018 conference for the DSW and BBS programs. We invited Dr. John Chan, a consulting child and adolescent psychiatrist with the Centre for Behaviour Health Services, Mackenzie Health, to speak to a group of 75 professionals and students on his topic “How to Baffle and then Appreciate a Psychiatrist.”
On May 10th, 2018, the School of Social and Community Services hosted the Neighbourhood Officer Research Symposium at its Centre for Entrepreneurship. The symposium was an opportunity for police and criminal justice professionals to engage in a day long conversation with community leaders and academics about Neighbourhood Policing.
The SSCS in partnership with the Rexdale Community and Legal Clinic hosted an all-day Mental Health Conference on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at Humber north with 70 participants in attendance. The Humber planning team included: Natalie Blake-Noel, Sabra Desai, Linda Hill, Art Lockhart, Tonia Richard, Aqeel Saeid and Tameka Francis (Rexdale Community Legal Clinic).
Crime scene photography is often about "getting the shot" in the worst of conditions.
The film highlights how systemic issues may have contributed to the tragic death of Martin on the streets of Toronto.
Community Development degree students Huda, Monica, Mankirat and Igho were part of the organizing team for the Healthy Communities event that took place at the Lakeshore Campus in collaboration with the Centre for Innovation, Health and Wellness on March 28th.
On Thursday March 8, students from SSCS’ various justice studies programs were invited to attend the 4th Annual YCJP Networking Gala. The event began with an opening address from Deputy Minister of Correctional Services Sam Erry discussing Bill 195 and, if passed, the wellness improvements it would make for inmates in the correctional system.
Brenda Elias and her research team published the final research report for the Reena Community Residence 2012 to 2017 (5-year project), in partnership with Reena, March of Dimes Canada and St. Elizabeth Health Care.
On March 6th, 1st-year students in the Bachelor of Behavioural Science attended a workshop to learn more about their future profession.
On May 11, the School of Social and Community Services invited all faculty and staff to take part in the Implicit Bias training workshop as part of its commitment to living the values of the school.