Agenda

June 2 – 4, 2017
Marymount University, 2807 N. Glebe Rd, Arlington, Virginia 22207

Please note: This will be a paperless conference – please bring your charged device and/or print info. 

as of 31 May, (agenda as pdf)

Friday, June 2

2:00 – 5:15 pm Intern Registration and Check-in [Gerard Hall, Fishbowl Lobby]

5:30-6:30pm Welcome Dinner [Gerard Dining Hall, Zones 1 & 2] w/assigned seating

6:45 – 8:45pm Breakout Session One. Regional Group Learning Community – Creating a Positive (Living and Learning) Environment.

[Rowley Hall, room assignments below] Bring charged laptop, mobile device, &/or printed material! Self-directed Session.

9:00-10:00pm Film Discussion: “13th”   [Reinsch Library, Auditorium]
View movie prior to conference! Janice Butler, Bucknell University, will lead discussion.

Saturday, June 3

7:30 – 8:15am Intern Breakfast Buffet [Gerard Dining Hall] buffet line

8:25 – 10 am Opening Session [Plenary in Reinsch Library, Auditorium]

8:25am Welcoming Remarks, President Matthew Shank, Marymount University
8:30 – 9:15am
Educational purpose of SCHEP internships, Harlan Beckley, SHECP
9:15 – 10:00am Guest Remarks, Matthew Hannah, Public Defender Service of the District of Columbia

10:15 – 11:15am Breakout Session Two, Regional Group Learning Community: How Does My Experience Relate to the Topic of Prison, Poverty & Race?  Poverty & Race? [Rowley Hall, same room-assignments as Session One.]  (Self-directed Session.) Prior to session view Prof. Pettit’s POV lecture, and read  “Overlooked: Women and Jails in an Era of Reform” and The Sentencing “Project Trends in U.S. Correction.” Info posted on Sakai.

11:30 – 11:50am Best Practices for Personal Safety [Plenary in Gerard Dining Hall, Zones one & two] Paul Easton, Marymount University, Director of Public Safety

12:00-1:15pm Lunch [Gerard Dining Hall, Zones 1 & 2] (Buffet Line)

1:30-2:45pm Breakout Session Three, Regional Group Learning Community: Learning Through Experience  [Rowley Hall, same rooms as Sessions One & Two] Self-directed Session. Bring laptops or print materials and bring them and pen and paper.

3:15 – 3:45pm Understanding and Practicing Cultural Humility  Fran Elrod, Washington and Lee University [Plenary Reinsch, Auditorium]

3:45-4:15pm Title IX & Working with Minors Fran Elrod [Plenary Reinsch, Auditorium]

3:15 – 4:30pm Professional Development Workshop I (faculty & staff) [Library Boardroom]
Connie Mick, University of Notre Dame

4:30pm Intern Cohort Photo – Informal [Lawn near Rose Bente Lee Center] (Rain location: Reinsch Auditorium)

4:45 – 5:30pm Drop-In Room for Participant Questions   [Library Boardroom]

Amy DeHart, Fran Elrod, and Meagan Herald, Virginia Military Institute

5:30 -7:00pm Closing Dinner [Gerard Dining Hall, Zones 1 & 2] buffet

With remarks from 2015 Shepherd Intern, Mason Grist ‘18 W&L University

8:00pm Film:  Prison State [Reinsch Library, Auditorium]

Introduced by Harlan Beckley

Sunday, June 4 Coffee, Turn in keys and keycards & Depart for Internships

6:00 – 9:00 am (Earlier departures turn in to MU Guard House.)

Registration is now closed (5/23) for faculty and staff.  Please contact Amy if you would like to participate.

Faculty and staff lodging info.

Registration for interns open May, 23 – 28, 2017.

Rowley Hall Room Assignments- Breakout Sessions One, Two, & Three

#127 Greensboro, NC & Burlington, VT (9)
#129 Cleveland & Richmond (10)
#142 Camden, NJ & Chester, PA (11)
#205 New York City (12)
#206 Atlanta, GA (16)
#207 Washington DC (14)
#208 Charleston, WV & Hyden/Wendover and Berea, KY (7)
#209 New Orleans LA & Savannah, GA (7)
#211 Louisville, KY (10)
#219 Baltimore (11)
#220 Boston, MA & Austin, TX (8)