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Sessional Listing

Dawn Anderson

Sessional Instructor
PhD, York University MA, University of Regina BA (Hons), University of Regina

E-mail: dawn.anderson@uregina.ca

Research interests
Crime and Criminal Justice
Therapeutic Courts
Wrongful Convictions
Sentencing Issues

Bob Mills

Sessional Lecturer
Master of Arts (Police Studies) University of Regina

E-mail: Bob.Mills@uregina.ca

Research interests
Policing and Indigenous Experiences in the Justice System

John Foster

Sessional Lecturer III
Ph.D. (History), University of Toronto. 1977 Master of Arts, (History), University of Toronto. 1963. Bachelor of Arts (Hons), (History), University of Saskatchewan. 1962. Post-Graduate Fellow: Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1997 Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) (Hons.) St. Andrew's College, Saskatoon, SK. 2008

Pronoun(s): he/his

Research interests
-international human rights, policy, etc.
-Canadian foreign policy
-Canadian-Latin American relations
-international civil society relations

Janelle Jackiw

Lecturer III
MA Criminology Simon Fraser University M.Ed Psychology University of Regina

E-mail: Janelle.Jackiw@uregina.ca
Pronoun(s): She/Her/Elle

Research interests
Mental Health and Addiction
Youth Justice
Risk Assessment

Rob Nestor

E-mail: Rob.Nestor@uregina.ca

Current classes
JS 350 - Justice and Indigenous Peoples

Lori Walker

Lecturer
Ph.D. (A.B.D.) (Simon Fraser University); MA (University of Regina); BA (University of Regina)

Pronoun(s): she/her

Research interests
Introduction to Justice Studies
Social Movements
Crime and the Criminal Justice System
Theories of Crime and Criminal Justice
Social Inequality and Social Justice

Jeffrey Walters

Sessional Lecturer IV (A)
Ph.D ABD (University of Regina); MA (University of Saskatchewan); BA High Hons (University of Saskatchewan); Hons. Cert. (University of Saskatchewan)

E-mail: Jeffrey.Walters@uregina.ca

Research interests
Gender Relations
-Mental Health
-Power and Social Justice
-Social Institutions

Steven Wyatt

Sessional Instructor
BA (Police Studies), MA (Justice Studies), PhD Student (Johnson Shopyama Graduate School of Public Policy)

E-mail: Steven.Wyatt@uregina.ca

Research interests

-evidence-based policing

-public policy in justice

-the use of artificial intelligence in policing

-the use of police service dogs in law enforcement