Awakening with Life U- Equipping Incarcerated students with higher education materials to allow for leadership growth and positive change
Life University (Life U) has an admirable commitment to promoting the well-being and empowerment of incarcerated people because of an institutional ideal that all people deserve access to educational resources that enable them to thrive personally while building the world they wish to see. At…
THE CHILLON PROJECT PROVIDES COMPASSION AND HIGHER EDUCATION TO THOSE IMPACTED BY GEORGIA’S PRISON SYSTEM
The Chillon Project is an initiative of the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE) at Life University, and it provides higher education to people impacted by the prison system in Georgia.
The Chillon Project Provides Compassion and Higher Education to Those Impacted by Georgia’s Prison System
Faces of LIFE – Thomas Fabisiak
Dr. Thomas Fabisiak is the Director of the Chillon Project at Life University. With the establishment of the Chillon Project in 2015, Life University became the first Georgia-based postsecondary institution to offer an accredited degree program since then.
#TBT – Life U on Atlanta & Company: Psychology (2016)
Michael Karlin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology and Associate Director of the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics at Life University, spoke with Christine Pullara about Life U’s innovative psychology degrees and initiatives. They discuss undergraduate and graduate degree options in Psychology, Business and Positive Psychology.
LIFE UNIVERSITY HONORS LATEST GRADUATES FROM HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM AT GEORGIA PRISON
Marietta, Georgia, February 14, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) conferred degrees upon 15 graduates at Lee Arrendale State Prison on Thursday, February 13, 2020. The students have earned their Associate of Arts degree in Positive Human Development and Social Change as part of the Chillon Project, an initiative of LIFE’s Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE).