Jamie-Lee Bossenberry | Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

Jamie-Lee Bossenberry

University of Guelph CCJP graduate student portrait


Criminology & Criminal Justice Policy, MA

Why I Chose Guelph… 

What attracted me to the Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy Program at the University of Guelph was that it is a collaborative program between the Department of Sociology & Anthropology and the Department of Political Science, making it unique as well as diverse in terms of faculty expertise​

How did you get here?

I began my post-secondary career studying Police Foundations, after which I attained a BA (Hons) in Criminology from Western University. I am excited to now be pursuing my MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy at the University of Guelph. I have an interest in eventually pursuing a PhD, as well as interests in working in such areas as academia and counter-terrorism.

Advice For Prospective Grad Students… 

I believe that one of the keys to success in terms of graduate studies and beyond is to be passionate about your work; this makes the dedication required to do well come that much easier.

About the U of G campus...

The U of G campus is beautiful and in a welcoming community, which is especially nice for people who are new to the University and city of Guelph.​