On April 2, 100 4th year students in the Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) Criminal Justice program gathered in the G-Commons to present their thesis research projects.
The Faculty of Social and Community Services is partnered with the Toronto Police Services to offer feedback and insights on their Neighbourhood Officer Program Enhanced Model.
From July 5 to July 27, Humber College will host its first Global Summer School (GSS). The GSS offers the unique opportunity for both Humber and non-Humber students to work together with peers from around the world to explore and discuss critical issues that require multidisciplinary solutions with global perspectives.
FSCS Faculty for the Criminal Justice Degree Program, Dr. Alyssa Ferns, will present at the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology conference in September 2019 on the Toronto Police Services Neighbourhood Officer initiatives to a multi-disciplinary group with the theme of “Working and Engaging in a Diverse World”.
Faculty of Social and Community Services faculty, Dr. Daniel Bear, Charlotte Serpa, and Julie Muravsky, are currently finishing up a research project supported by the Teaching Innovation Fund. They are conducting a mixed methods research project examining how faculty engage with the topic of harm reduction across different programs at Humber. Their work is supported by a Research Assistant from the Criminal Justice degree program.
Protection, Security and Investigations faculty member, Kerry Watkins, co-authored the second edition of the book “Evidence and Investigation, From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom”. The second edition, released in January 2019 is the latest guide for readers seeking the technical and practical knowledge needed to effectively manage evidence from the crime scene to the courtroom.
Students from the Community Development Degree program hosted a learning event in Humber's L-Space Gallery for Community Justice students in the Diversity Issues course.
This year's Faculty Conference Day on May 29, hosted by the Teaching and Learning Work Group, included 'something for everyone'. The event started with a key note on "Cultural Humility", presented by Keynote Speaker, Rapinder Kaur.
On January 21, 2019 the Faculty of Social and Community Services held its annual Spring Information Sessions for prospective students to learn more about the programs offered in the Criminal Justice and Human Services clusters. Representatives from each program along with student services representatives from across the College were available to discuss opportunities and resources available to Humber students, and to answer questions.
The Faculty of Social and Community Services hosted the 2019 Annual Partnership Appreciation Event on June 12th.