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Talk: "Education and Incarceration"

Uptown Campus
LBC 202 - Rechler Conference Room

The Tulane Cognitive Studies program is happy to announce the first in our “Cognitive Studies in the Community” talk series:


Byron Goodwin (Director of Schools), Kimberly Crenshaw, and Courtney Robinson

Travis Hill School, New Orleans

“Education and Incarceration”


The Travis Hill School is a non-profit working to improve the educational experience of individuals, but juvenile and adult, in the justice system.  Mr. Goodwin and colleagues will be presenting the mission of the school, and some of the opportunities and challenges faced specifically in pursuing education for incarcerated people.  Please join us for

This talk is intended primarily for students in the Cognitive Studies program, but all Tulane affiliates are welcome.  Food will be served, and space is limited so please RSVP to Dan Burnston (dburnsto@tulane.edu).





Cognitive Studies

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7517880