In this immersive project, students identified obstacles men face as they work to reenter the community after periods of incarceration. They conducted interviews to gain a better understanding of the obstacles the group faced and identified resources currently in place to support these men and help them overcome obstacles. A booklet was created listing various resources and outlining the types of support that can be used by the community.
Faculty Mentor: Keisha Warren-Gordon
Department: Criminal Justice and Criminology
Community Partner: Whitely Community Council
Student Team: Tyler Albertson, Caitey Bowen, Evan Dewael, Autumn Evans, Shamyra Fitzpatrick, Alijah Forbes, Parker Hatfield, Taylor Heiser, Andrea Henderson, Jessica Jemison, Amanda Johnson, Heather Jones, Elizabeth Kerns, Aaron Lamey, Mary Lowry, Nathan Ogle, Kendra Quill, Victoria Scaggs, Lisa Sellers, Tyler Sharp, Lianna Shepard, Erin Silha, Lane Smith, Harley Steele, Blake Thomas, Keliah Washington, and Kaitlynn Whitaker