Capilano University welcomes new associate vice-president, student success
Capilano University is pleased to announce that Cyndi Banks, PhD, will join the University as the associate vice-president, student success.
Cyndi Banks comes to us from Northern Arizona University, where she has served as dean, associate dean, associate vice-provost and as a professor of criminology. She brings to CapU a wealth of expertise in career development, gateway programs to student success, undergraduate research programs and experiential learning.
After earning her bachelors degree in criminology from Simon Fraser University (SFU), Cyndi went on to complete her masters degree in criminology, also at SFU, before earning her doctorate in criminology from the University of Cambridge.
Cyndi Banks is the author of eight books including, Criminal Justice Ethics: Theory and Practice, now in its 4th edition, and is an esteemed writer of situational assessments and training materials in childrens rights issues for police, judges and juvenile justice professionals.
Cyndis start date is July 4, 2016.
Please join us in welcoming Cyndi Banks to Capilano University.
Submitted by: Communications & Marketing Department