Save the date for this year’s Alumnae Seminar, entitled Crime and Punishment: Justice for All? Our criminal justice system today faces calls for reform from many quarters. Explore the system from court trials and sentencing through imprisonment and rehabilitation with:
Faith Angell, Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and Mount Holyoke (BA) and Bryn Mawr (MSS) alumna
James E. Dzurenda, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Corrections, whose 30-year career in the department has included varied positions
Sean Pica, Executive Director of Hudaon Link, a program in which prisoners can earn college degrees, now operating with over 300 students in four New York State prisons
Dr. David Weiman, Professor of Economics at Barnard College, who teaches and writes about the U.S. criminal justice system.
Cost: $40 per person (includes lunch)
Visit the Seminar’s website for more information and to register.