Carleton to Host Conference on Forensic Psychology in Canada

Carleton’s Forensic Psychology Research Centre will host the Forensic Psychology in Canada Conference, including lectures, panels and a poster exhibition on a diverse range of topics.

The conference is fully booked so registration is closed. Media are invited to attend.

When: Wednesday, April 26 to Thursday, April 27, 2017
Where: Second Floor Conference Rooms, Residence Commons, Carleton University
Info: Registration for the conference is now closed. The conference program can be found online.

The conference will bring together stakeholders from police, forensic and correctional agencies, as well as faculty and students from universities across Canada. It will endeavour to foster collaboration and showcase Canadian contributions to forensic psychology in the year of Canada’s 150th and Carleton’s 75th anniversary.

Conference funding is provided by a Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Department of Psychology, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Office of the Vice President (Research and International),  the Department of University Communications and Pearson Canada.

 

About Carleton’s 75th Anniversary

Carleton’s 75th anniversary in 2017 celebrates the university’s commitment to giving back through education while pursuing contributions to the common good. These founding values are at the heart of the university’s focus on research, community partnerships and teaching excellence. Carleton students, faculty, staff and alumni are motivated by a desire to make their world a better place. And as the university marks a major milestone in Canada’s 150th anniversary year, we are showcasing the innovation and creativity of our collaborations. Because what’s good for Carleton is good for Canada and the world. It’s been a tradition for 75 years.

 

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