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SOC 2189 Punishment and Reentry


CourseSOC 2189: SOC 2189 Punishment and Reentry - M/W 4:45-6:00pm, (97099)
SOCY 2189 Sec. 11 (Fall 2019Traditional)
Semester:Fall 2019
CausesCommunity General Education Incarcerated, Formerly Incarcerated
16 People | 1 Impact | 3 Hours




Take your community engaged scholarship farther: publish/present/secure funding -
You’ve done the work and submitted the papers-why not consider publishing or presenting your work or applying for a fellowship so that the field can learn from you and your community partners can benefit. Here are some great places to get started:
-Check out our blog we are constantly adding new places to publish and present community engaged work many of these calls are looking for student research-other calls will allow you to present with faculty

-Get funding (up to $10,000) to support and expand your community engaged work through a Knapp Fellowship proposals due May 24th

-Present your work at GWU research days (you’ve already done this work in your classes-so why not) and be considered for the Nashman Prize

-Extend your work with funding from the Public Service Grant Commission

-Work with your community partner on a project for peace grant

-If your work community engaged work with organizations centers sustainability-apply for the eco-equity challenge

-Watch this space and submit your writing on your work in the DC community for the Julian Clement Chase Prize
Today is the LAST DAY to register for the symposium!! All students must register to attend in order to both get class credit (if needed) and be included in the lunch count. Please use this link:
Hello everyone!

If you didn't know, the annual Symposium on Community-Engaged Scholarship is coming up on December 9th from 12:30-3:30pm. It is a great event where students, faculty, and community partners come together to share about the work they've been doing all semester. This year, the founder of DC Central Kitchen is actually the keynote speaker. (And DCCK is also catering the event for lunch!)

If you would like to join us just to learn, you may. You also have the option of presenting on your service, if you'd like. If you intend to join, please register here by December 1st:

As always, let me know if you have any questions, about the symposium or otherwise. Don't forget to log your hours from your service at DCCK as well!
Hi all!

Thanks so much for serving at DCCK earlier this week. To record your impact there, you can use this link: --- click add impact, fill out the necessary information, and then make sure to check 'SOC 2189' for the sharing settings and hit the green 'add impact' button at the end to finish.

If you are choosing a service option for your class please let me know what community partner you are serving with and I'll make sure we add them to your class page so that all of your hours are counted easily.