The TJE Speaker Series is a forum for individuals interested in the intersection of youth justice and education to listen to leading scholars share their research and expertise. These interactive lectures are designed to generate discussion and debate. In October 2016, TJE gathered close to 100 students, faculty, researchers, teachers, educators, parents and community to hear about and share the importance of restorative justice.
Practitioner in Residence
Starting in 2017, TJE will host a practitioner/researcher whose work addresses racial inequities in education and community learning spaces. The Practitioner in Residence will join TJE to share with the community of researchers, educators and students effective best practices working in the community and schools.
Graduate Student Researchers
Opportunity for graduate students interested in restorative or transformative justice research to participate, assist and lead scholarly inquiries.
Undergraduate Student Researchers
We provide opportunities for undergraduate students (especially education minors) interested in social justice and education to gain experience in research and cultivate relationships with faculty, practitioners and community members.