Phi Kappa Phi Scholar 2014-2016

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Carolyn Eggleston 
Phi Kappa Phi Scholar

Jeffrey Snedeker 
Phi Kappa Phi Artist 

Carolyn Eggleston
California State University, San Bernardino

Dr. Carolyn Eggleston has been a leader and pioneer for the advancement of correctional education for more than 35 years. She is the founder and director of the Center for the Study of Correctional Education (CSCE) at Cal State San Bernardino. The center, founded in 1991, provides teachers and administrators who work in local, state, federal, and private correctional institutions with support services, resources, education, and training for teaching in confinement institutions and alternative settings.

In 2010, after years of planning and advocacy, Eggleston also developed the Cal State San Bernardino Reentry Initiative (CSRI), which she currently serves as executive director. The breakthrough program is an innovative partnership between the university and California Department of Corrections that aims to transform the post-incarceration experience of former inmates through an educationally-based rehabilitation program.

Eggleston has served at CSUSB since 1991 as faculty in the special education credential and master’s program. She holds a Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University.


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