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Graduate Fellows

The NSRJ-CURA offers significant opportunities and benefits for student education, training, and development.  One of the ways in which students are involved and engaged in the research of the NSRJ-CURA is through Graduate Fellowships.  The NSRJ-CURA is committed to engaging students from multiple disciplines including law, sociology, and criminology. Through this involvement the NSRJ-CURA will equip students to contribute to the development and operation of restorative justice as practitioners, researchers and/or scholars.  The NSRJ-CURA will also provide important opportunities for students to develop empirical research, writing and presentation skills key for their future success.

Each fellow is supervised by a member of the NSRJ-CURA research team.  His/her graduate research must relate to the research themes or projects of the NSRJ-CURA.  If you are interested in making an application for a NSRJ-CURA graduate fellowship please refer to the following guidelines (Graduate Fellowship Policy).

  • 2011/2012 Scott Russell (M.A.) (Criminology) Saint Mary’s University
  • 2009/2010 Josh P. Norwood (M.A.) (Criminology) Saint Mary’s University
  • 2009/2010 Sobaz Benjamin (M.A.) (Sociology) Dalhousie University
  • 2008/2009 Shannon M. Williams (LLM) Dalhousie University
  • 2007/2008 Kathryn Bliss (M.A.) (Criminology) Saint Mary’s University
  • 2006/2007 Audrey Barrett (LLM) Dalhousie University