Graves Lecture Series concludes with Covolo
CHADRON – The Graves Lecture Series at Chadron State College will conclude for the semester Tuesday with Danielle Covolo. All presentations are free and open to the public in the Sandoz Center’s Chicoine Atrium at 7 p.m.
Covolo's presentation is titled Sacred Knowledge. She is an Instructor teaching Topics in Corrections (Principles of Victim Services), Topics in Law Enforcement (Domestic Violence and Crime), Serial Killers in Popular Culture, and The Academic Life.
“Teaching at CSC was my academic career aspiration since the college serves rural students and first-generation students," she said.
She is pursuing a doctorate in Administration Leadership and Service from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She earned a master’s degree in Criminal Justice from New Mexico State University, and a bachelor’s from the University of Wyoming. She also completed Russian Language courses at Privet Language School in Russia.
Covolo’s presentation addresses the topic of missing and murdered Indigenous persons on the Pine Ridge Reservation. She will include related topics such as a return to the localization of resources and tribal sovereignty.
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