Date(s) - 11/08/2015
10:30 am - 11:30 am
What does a Wesleyan class look like inside of prison? Since 2009, the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education has brought Wesleyan courses to incarcerated students in two local state prisons. In this seminar a panel of formerly incarcerated students, past faculty and student volunteers will discuss the work of the Center for Prison Education and what it means to bring the liberal arts behind bars.
Panelists: Bashaun Brown, former student, Cheshire Correctional Institution Campus; Rachel Day ’16, Center for Prison Education tutor; Priscilla Meyer, Professor & Chair of the Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies department and two time Center for Prison Education faculty member ; Roy Trotter, former student, Cheshire Correctional Institution Campus.
10:30-11:30AM, Room 002, Public Affairs Center (PAC)