Professor publishes book on anti-trafficking
March 05, 2014
|Col. (U.S. Army, Ret.) Ron Petitte|
The book itself originated from a series of papers the Colonel presented at the Oxford Round Table beginning in the spring of 2008 at Pembroke College, and is slated for release Feb. 26. It represents a culmination of years of the Colonel’s work to raise awareness and actively combat human trafficking both domestically and internationally through pious personal action and dynamic education. Since 2008, Col. Petitte has worked closely with other faculty and staff as well as students at Bryan College to address the issue of human trafficking by organizing conferences, sponsoring investigative trips to foreign countries, collaborating with international anti-trafficking experts, and a myriad of other avenues.
Written by Matt Stombaugh, Senior