NOKELive: An Overview of Inside-Out - Teaching and Learning in Prison

NOKELive: An Overview of Inside-Out - Teaching and Learning in Prison

Contact: Office of Alumni & Family Relations

The Roanoke College Alumni Association invites you to our NOKELive event!

NOKELive: An Overview of Inside-Out
Teaching and Learning in Prison

Tuesday, December 1, 2020
12:00 P.M. EST
This event will be live on YouTube.

In this talk, Dr. Daisy Ball will explain the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. Inside-Out is a unique class in which ten Roanoke College students study alongside ten Roanoke County Jail inmates. The class meets at the jail, once a week, for an entire semester. Tune in to learn more about this impactful program and hear from both student and inmate perspectives.

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Dr. Daisy Ball '03 is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Coordinator of the Criminal Justice Program at Roanoke College.  She received training through the Temple program, which allows her to establish courses like this in correctional settings. This is the first course of this kind taught at Roanoke College and the first for the Roanoke County Jail. This program is one of only a handful of Inside-Out programs in Virginia.