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CC History Professor Carol Neel has broken the 20 years of no higher ed in prisons!

(read about it here!)

This semester, longtime history professor and incarcerated peoples' advocate Carol Neel will be bringing a basic humanities course, from Colorado College, to the Pueblo Community College's Youthful Offender System. This is a fantastic opportunity for the students, as all public colleges and universities in Colorado will accept the credit for their core offerings. Further, it is a crucial stepping stone in the path towards the ultimate dream - a wide range of usable college courses in prisons, that help incarcerated people explore their minds and embrace vibrant, creative curiosity.

Did you miss any of our past "Social Issues in Historical Context" events? Read about them here! Upcoming events will be posted as they are planned.

Alumni News

Marianna McJimsey, center, speaks to an audience during the release party for the book "The Windows of Grace and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church" on Sunday.  

Spot Holmes' New Book - Every window tells a story at Grace and St. Stephens

Read the Gazette Article



 Alum Pam Riney-Kehrberg 

 Read the American Historical Association Webnews



Two Summer Student Research Assistantships

Robert D. McJimsey Summer Research - to support the development of students' research interests and skills through apprenticeship

Social Issues and Historical Contexts Summer students Assistantships - to develop both student research skills and student advocacy of the role of historical investigation in the remediation of contemporary social crises such as mass incarceration.

Applications due on first day of Block 7, March 23

Contact History office coordinator, Joanna Popiel (719-389-6523), or Professor Jane Murphy with any questions.