PEP is proud to present the

Maggie Garb Lecture Series

October 11-20, 2021

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The Prison Education Project

The Prison Education Project at Washington University in St. Louis provides a high quality liberal arts education to people incarcerated in Missouri and to prison staff.

News & Announcements

Job Announcement: PEP Intern

PEP interns work under the supervision of the PEP Program Coordinator and the PEP Director. PEP interns are responsible for a variety of job duties within the Prison Education Project, including but not limited to: Office/administrative tasks (printing, scanning, copying, filing, etc.) Organizing and updating student and program information and records Responding to student requests […]

Faculty Spotlight: Chelsey Carter

Chelsey Carter is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology and a dual candidate in the George Warren Brown School of Social Work public health program. Chelsey started college as a pre-med student with the goal of becoming a doctor and finding a cure for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the […]

The Associate in Arts degree (A.A.) provides a framework for understanding the disciplines of a liberal arts degree and a foundation for further study at the bachelor’s degree level.

Degree requirements

The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies is designed for students to acquire the foundation for career development and life-long learning, honing skills in writing, deep reading, communication, and critical thinking.

Degree requirements

PEP is a partner institution within the Consortium for Liberal Arts in Prison, based at Bard College in New York.  The Consortium helps advise, fund, and connect college prison programs throughout the nation.

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