- Criminology Associate Professor Dr. Jon Heidt wrote an article on cannabis legalization. Heidt, J., & Wheeldon, J. (in press). Blowing in the wind: Cannabis legalization, insiders, and methodological insights from British Columbia. The Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology.
- Criminology Professor Emeritus Yvon Dandurand presented at a Canadian Bar Association workshop. Dandurand, Y. (2022, October 26). Access to Justice Pathways: Problem Resolution Routes for People Experiencing Civil and Family Law Problems in British Columbia. Canadian Bar Association workshop on “Access to Justice Research from the Edge,” an event as part of Access to Justice Week Canada.
- Economics Department Head Dr. Michael Maschek was a guest speaker at the 10th Annual Meeting of the Fraser Valley Chartered Professional Accountants Association. He presented on “Decision Making Under Economic Uncertainty: Lessons from Research in Behavioural Economics.”
- Philosophy Emeritus Professor Dr. Peter Raabe published an essay titled “Not if But When: First Philosophical Reflections on Perpetrators, Victims, and Survivors of Mass Shootings.” The essay will be published in the American Philosophical Practitioners Association (APPA) peer-reviewed journal:philosophical-practice-vol17.3, November 2022. The journal’s editor called it “a very important and timely essay.”
- Philosophy Associate Professor Dr. Glen Baier has published a chapter titled “Nietzsche’s Diagnosis of Socrates in The Birth of Tragedy: Voyeurism and the Denigration of Difference” in the book Nietzsche and the Politics of Difference by Andrea Rehberg & Ashley Woodward.
- Dr.Baier has also contributed with a chapter “Schopenhauer’s Jokes and Nietzsche’s Riddles: Toward a Morphology of Laughter” of the book “Joy and Laughter in Nietzsche’s Political Philosophy: Alternative Liberatory Politics” by Michael McNeal & Paul Kirkland.
- In September 2022, he also presented at the Friedrich Nietzsche Society Conference at the University of Dundee in Scotland on “Welcome to the Machina: Science as a Form of Life in Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy.”
- Philosophy Associate Professor Dr. Anastasia Anderson and Philosophy Department Head Dr. Anna Cook presented at the 2022 BCSSTA (BC Social Studies Teachers’ Association) Conference: Teaching for Inquiry: Philosophy, Pedagogy and Praxis in October 2021. Dr. Anderson presented a workshop session on “Facilitating Philosophical Dialogue in the Classroom.” She also presented alongside Dr. Cook at the conference’s closing plenary.