Join the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education (CPE) for a talk by David Deutsch, MSW/ASW about his journey from prison to social work and the values of prison education.
David Deutsch is a Clinical Director for Telecare Corporation in Ventura, California. He started a forensic program in 2011 for persons coming out of the state prison system who have mental health needs. David has worked with the forensic population since 2000 when he himself was a prisoner in San Quentin State Prison. He was released in late 2003 and has worked with former prisoners ever since that time. His scope of practice includes mental health/substance abuse counseling, working with the homeless and mentally ill population, and working with persons who have spent most of their lives in situations of incarceration. He is a Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor and he earned his MSW from California State University, Long Beach in 2010.
When: Wednesday, April 17 at 4:15 pm
Where: Allbritton 103
Jacques Steinberg is the author of “The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College,” a New York Times-best seller about the Wesleyan admissions process. Jacques was a journalist at The New York Times for nearly 25 years, most recently as its senior editor for education initiatives. Jacques left The Times in 2013 to join the senior leadership team at Say Yes to Education, a national non-profit organization based in New York City that provides an array of services to families in low-income districts – all with the goal of raising high-school and college graduation rates.
When: Tuesday April 9th, 2013 at 7:30 pm
Where: Memorial Chapel
Talks by seniors Kim Ladd and Emily Wolcott on dance education as part of their senior dance project.
When: Tuesday, April 9 @ 12:00 pm
Where: Jones Room in the CFA Dance Studio
Children are a thorny issue for any political philosophy. Do children have agency and are they truly rational actors? If not what status should they have? Are they the property of their parents, dependents of the state, or something in between? This then leads to a host of questions regarding the values taught in publicly funded schools and the extent to which parents have discretion in disciplining their children. Come join Wesleyan Students for a Free Society tomorrow night to discuss these questions and many more.
Date: March 5
Time: 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 111