Jamie Armstrong

Research Shop Assistant

Why I am working with the Research Shop: The Research Shop's commitment to collaborative and transformative projects is what drew me to this position. I believe research that is driven by community partners and informed by lived experience is necessary to create meaningful change. As a Research Shop Assistant, I am able to contribute to work that addresses complex issues in our community, while developing valuable critical thinking and technical skills.

Program of study: I am a Master of Arts candidate in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy program, where my research focusses on emerging adults in Canada's criminal justice system. I previously graduated from the University of Guelph's Bachelor of Arts and Sciences program, specializing in Neuroscience and Criminal Justice & Public Policy.