Wednesday, October 4, at 2 p.m., ET
The Faculty Experience With Incarcerated Students
As colleges near the demographic cliff, they’re looking for ways to attract more students while fulfilling their missions. For many colleges, this will very likely include teaching incarcerated and formerly incarcerated students. What do faculty members need to know to best serve this population’s needs?
“The Faculty Experience With Incarcerated Students” will feature a panel of experts ready to offer advice about what to expect and share tips for professors and administrators alike.
- How does educating incarcerated students differ from teaching traditional students?
- What unique needs do these students have regarding special support services?
- What else do faculty members need to know?
Join us for a Virtual Forum on Wednesday, October 4, at 2 p.m., ET, to find out. Register now.
Director, Second Chance College Program, Associate Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore
|Deborah Smith Arthur|
Professor, and Associate Executive Director, University Studies, Portland State University
Associate Professor of Communication and Media Arts, Ferraro Fellow in Prison Education, Marymount Manhattan College
Deputy Managing Editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education