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Reentry and transition into college life: A study of formerly incarcerated individuals in Southern California
Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment
CSUSB’s Project Rebound team, led by Annika Anderson (sociology), Rigaud Joseph (social work) and Paul Jones (social work lecturer), published a paper that evaluated the efficacy of programs that provide support services to formerly incarcerated college students (FICS). Among their findings, “descriptive statistics show that (a) campus support programs make more than two-thirds of FICS feel welcome and (b) about a third of the study participants experienced a smooth transition into college life. These findings support reentry programs like Project Rebound and suggest a need for individual case management as well as cross-campus and community collaboration.”
Activist Dolores Huerta and actor Emilio Rivera are named LEAD Summit XII honorary chairs at Cal State San Bernardino
Fontana Herald News
Aug. 13, 2023
Activist Dolores Huerta has been named the honorary chair/madrina de honor and actor Emilio Rivera will be the honorary chair/padrino de honor for the Latino Education and Advocacy Days LEAD Summit XII, which will be held on Sept. 29 at Cal State San Bernardino.
The summit’s theme will be “¡Ya Basta! – Enough is Enough!: Education and Violence in the Context of our Schools, Community Safety, and Law-Enforcement,” said Enrique Murillo Jr., executive director of LEAD and CSUSB professor of education.
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