From Incarceration to Graduation

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    Monica Kiser Class of 2020 M.S. Psychology
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    Francis Lopez Class of 2020 B.S. Cognitive Science
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    Dr. Hughes wins Provost Award for Faculty Service
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    Aaron Greene, B.S. Psychology and Arnold Trevino, MSW

    Class of 2019

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    Sergio Coronel, (B.S. Criminology and History)

    Khoi Quach (B.S. Psychology) 

    Dr. Emma Hughes, Chair of Criminology Department

    Isabel Espinoza, B.S. Psychology

    Class of 2019

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    Warden Ndoh teaching class
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     From Prison Grounds to Caps and Gowns

    Changing Trajectories through Education


Location
: Social Science Building, Room 129A 

Project Rebound was originally established in the late 1960s at San Francisco State University by the late Dr. John Irwin. He realized personally how education could change the trajectories of those involved in the Criminal Justice System. Education would help them establish lasting pro-social pathways back into their communities as productive members of society and essential components to reducing recidivism and victimization. This program at San Francisco State has expanded to 10 other CSU campuses.

We are a growing cohort at California State University Fresno. If you have been involved in the Criminal Justice System and want to use education as a tool to change your pathway in life, please contact us. We are a student support services program that assists with those already taking courses at Fresno State as well as those who wish to attend. We can assist you in many ways as you navigate the higher education system. 

We are working remotely, but we are still here to help! Please call  or email us.