The Spring 2019 Washington University Prison Education Project Reading Group will explore literature of World War One in order to recognize and remember the recent one-hundred year anniversary of the end of that conflict.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Margaret Garb, PEP co-founder and co-director, after a long and courageous struggle with cancer. Surrounded by her family, she passed peacefully on December 15, 2018. Professor Garb, known to friends and colleagues as Maggie, joined Washington University 2001 as a faculty member in the Department […]
The Prison Education Project is pleased to announce that it will be offering a record eight courses during the Spring 2019 semester. The PEP students and administration are grateful for all of the professors who teach on MECC Campus. The award of an Onassis Foundation grant supports this semester’s Greek Mythology, taught by Dr. Grizelda McClelland. […]
The Prison Education Project is proud to announce that Dr. Grizelda McClelland has been named the Onassis Foundation Teaching Fellow in Culture and Humanities. This generous fellowship will support her Spring 2019 course in ancient Greek culture at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center. This fellowship is funded through the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI), which recently received […]