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Muhammad Asadullah

Assistant Professor

Office: CL 343.2
Phone: 306-585-4035

Current classes
JS 318-001 Restorative and Community Justice; JS 316 - Mediation and Dispute Resolution; JS 319 - Criminological Theories; JS 419 - Advanced Seminar in Criminal Justice

Research interests

His research interests include decolonization, restorative justice, conflict resolution, village courts, peacemaking criminology, indigenous justice and contemplative justice.


Gloria DeSantis

Dept. Head, Associate Professor
JS Graduate Studies Coordinator

Office: CL 327
Phone: 306-585-5066
Fax: 306-585-4815

Current classes
JS 280-001 Intro to Social Justice

Research interests
My research interests focus on nonprofit sector advocacy in Canada, social justice, qualitative research, participatory action research, community engagement in public policy, knowledge creation from the ground up and the geographic analyses of nonprofits and their social justice work.

David Flomo


Office: CL 343.3
Phone: 306-585-5237

Current classes
JS 291-001- Professional Communications and Writing; JS 490-398 Practicum II

Research interests

Research areas include:

  • Behavioural health
  • Fathers with mental health condition and their family relationships
  • Minority and immigrant families psychosocial well-being
  • International students psychosocial well-being
  • Post-war experiences of immigrants and their psychosocial functioning

James Gacek

Assistant Professor

Office: CL 331

Current classes
JS 240-001 The Criminal Justice System; JS 412-001 Environment and Justice; JS 440-001 Advanced Issues in Corrections and Community Justice; JS 460-001 Discrimination and Justice

Hirsch Greenberg

Practicum Coordinator
BA (Regina), MSW (Regina)

Office: CL 343.1
Phone: 306-585-4038

Nick Jones

Associate Dean of Grad Studies & Research

Phone: 306-585-4862

Heather Nord

Office: CL 333
Phone: 306-585-4055

Current classes
JS 100 - Introduction to Justice Studies; JS 230 - Introduction to Canadian Law; JS 332 - Law and Society

Rick Ruddell

Professor, Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Chair in Police Studies
BA (Saskatchewan), BSW (Regina), MCJ (New Mexico State), PhD (Missouri-St. Louis)

Office: CL 335
Phone: 306-337-8541
Fax: 306-585-4815

Current classes
JS 443-397 Human Service Agency Organization, Administration & Leadership


Corie Smith

Administrative Assistant

Office: CL 343
Phone: 306-585-4779
Fax: 306-585-4815

Additional information
Corie is the Administrative Support Staff for the Department of Justice Studies. She works with students, professors and colleagues from our Faculty and the broader University community., She responds to in-person, telephone and email inquiries including regular monitoring of the Faculty’s general email account; schedules student appointments for academic advising; answers inquiries related to course registration procedures and assists students with in person and on-line registration, including instructing them on special registration permissions; assists with the development and delivery of material, forms, and information pertaining to the Department; and delivers support and service as appropriate advising and directing students to the best possible resources.