Student Achievements

Student Achievements

Above: A graduating student, Stephanie Ribeiro (center), stands with her internship mentors from Peel Regional Police at the 17th Annual Forensic Science Day at UTM. (Left to Right - Constable Michelle Pflug, Constable Robert Hofstetter, Detective Sergeant Steve Lamourie)

We would like to showcase our students' exceptional achievements, which reflect their dedication and hard work throughout their undergraduate career. Over the years, our students have had their research featured in news articles, participated in forensic science and police conferences, and have worked extensively in the community to bring about positive change, all while completing their undergraduate degree. Here are the highlights.

 Annual Forensic Science Award Recipients

Toronto Police Conference 2013


Fingerprints and Ferrotrace: Students showcase forensic research

This year, 16 UTM students presented their findings. The audience included scene of crime officers, scientists, forensic identification officers, and even Robert Ramotowski, Chief Research Scientist of the United States Secret Service. Knaap says Ramotowski was impressed at the high quality of the students’ work.

Read more at UTM News

Sharon Ling Jessica Lam


Principal's Involvement Award 2012

Jessica Lam and Sharon Ling, graduating students of the forensic science program, receive the Principal's Involvement Award. In order to be awarded this honour, undergraduate students must have high academic standing and contribute to the community in an impactful and meaningful way.

Read more at UTM Forensic Science

Yunhao Lucy Wu


Watch out: Halton police have an eye in the sky

The program began as a research project in partnership with the University of Toronto’s forensic sciences program. Banks said a student [Yunhao (Lucy) Wu], through the mentorship program, donated 200 hours of service and did a paper and presentation on the viability of the mini helicopter.


UTM Forensic Science


Forensics students dig into real-world research

Whoever said university life can be boring did not make it to U of T Mississauga's Annual Forensic Science Day (FSD), which was celebrated April 6 in the Matthews Auditorium of the Kaneff Building.

Read more at UTM News

UTM Forensic Science

Horsing around with forensics

When people think forensics they usually think of CSI: Miami, not horses. But Hannah Pryce, a student in the forensics program at University of Toronto Mississauga, spent her internship experience within the office of the Toronto Police Service Mounted Unit (TPSMU). Internship courses like this are a unique experiential learning opportunity available at U of T Mississauga.

Read more at UTM News