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At this year's prison education symposium hosted by thePrison Initiative of Tisch College, formerly incarcerated scholar Stanley Andrisse shared how his path from prison to Ph.D. highlights the transformative potential of higher education.
A new Civic Studies institute in Spain highlights the growing international reach of this academic discipline advanced by Tisch College.
A $100K grant from the Cummings Foundation will fund this Tisch College program that supports associate degrees for people in a Massachusetts correctional institution
Brian Schaffner, Tisch College's Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies, finds that after horrifying gun violence, political opinions on the topic become more rigidly divided.
Tisch College Senior Fellow Julie Dobrow recounts the lives, loves, and lawsuits of the mother and daughter who created the legend of Emily Dickinson.
The new program, in collaboration with Bunker Hill Community College, offers prisoners at MCI-Concord a chance to earn a college degree.
Tisch College is involved in one of these outstanding research projects: Equity in Health, Wealth, and Civic Engagement
Invisible particles in the air are responsible for three of the top ten causes of ill health and death worldwide, warns a new book by Tisch College Senior Fellow Doug Brugge.
As part of an effort supported by Tisch College, students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer’s Voting Rights Data Institute.
The new program, thought to be the first in the world, will combine academics and civic engagement.