St. Thomas University
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Fredericton, New Brunswick, CANADA
Stephen John Pidwysocky
B.A. Sociology (Concordia),
B.A. Science and Human Affairs (Concordia), C.H.R.M. (McGill),
M.A. Philosophy (Manitoba),
Ph.D. (ABD) Conflict Analysis Resolution/Peacebuilding (Nova Southeastern)
Great is their peace who know a limit to their ambitious minds, that are not careful to be great but, being great, are humble, and do good. Such keep their wits with their consciences, and with an even mind can at all times measure the uneven world.
My optimism rests on my belief in the infinite possibilities of the individual to develop nonviolence. The more you develop it in your own being, the more infectious it becomes till it overwhelms your surroundings and by and by might oversweep the world.
We need to become humble servant-leaders in order
to help others grow in knowledge, wisdom, freedom, and responsibility,
so that they may become, in the depth of their beings, more human.
General Areas of Research Interest and Practice Based Activities
Conflict Analysis, Conflict Coaching, Conflict Resolution, Mediation
Restorative Justice and Spirituality
Criminological Theory (Classical/Early)
Criminology 1006 - Introduction to Criminology and Criminal Justice
Criminology 3013 - Criminological Theory I (Classical/Early Criminological Theory)
Criminology 3023 - Criminological Theory II (Contemporary Criminological Theory)
Criminology 3123 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
Criminology 4123 - Peacemaking Criminology and Restorative Justice