Who We Are
Who We Are
With over 10 years of experience running Communities of Practice on trauma-informed care for social workers, health care providers, and large organizations, the Sustaining Futures team have developed concrete strategies for reducing staff turnover, improving student engagement, integrating trauma-informed classroom strategies, and boosting faculty and staff well-being.
About Corrections to College
Corrections to College was a time-limited, independent initiative designed to transform California’s public higher education system of colleges and universities who serve incarcerated and formerly incarcerated students as part of their mission. From its inception in 2015 to 2020, Corrections to College was a joint project of the Opportunity Institute and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center. Although their partnership with the Opportunity Institute has concluded, their work to support colleges and students working for change in California continues.
About the McSilver Institute
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University is committed to creating new knowledge about the root causes of poverty, developing evidence-based interventions to address its consequences, and rapidly translating research findings into action through policy and best practices. NYU McSilver recognizes the interrelatedness of race and poverty and is dedicated to dismantling structural racism and all forms of systemic oppression. We collaborate with community stakeholders, policymakers and service organizations to ensure our work is culturally and contextually appropriate. Learn more at mcsilver.nyu.edu and sign up for regular updates.