Conference Policies

Refund Policy

Full refunds minus a processing fee of 15% will be available until October 25, 2019, at 5:00 PM EST. After this date, no refunds can be made. Please email our conference coordinator with any questions regarding the conference, to modify or change any part of your registration, or to ask for a refund.

ADA Policy

The Kroc Building Sustainable Peace conference committee is dedicated to ensuring that all attendees, staff, and speakers feel welcome to attend and can do so easily. Please reach out to our conference coordinator Ari Woodworth if you have any ADA needs our team should be aware of as we welcome you to campus. A full list of resources will be available soon. 

Attendance Stipends/Waivers

Currently, there is no available funding for those planning to attend the conference. Limited scholarships are available to speakers for the conference which can be requested by emailing Ari Woodworth

News

Kroc Institute welcomes four new Ph.D students

Four new students in four disciplines recently began the Kroc Institute’s interdisciplinary doctoral program in peace studies. The program is a partnership with the University of Notre Dame Departments of Anthropology, History, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Theology. “The Ph.D. program in Peace Studies addresses the desire of many students...

Kroc Institute welcomes four new Ph.D students

Kroc Institute alumna named to inaugural Domer Dozen

Among the Domer Dozen honorees is Mary Kate Battle, a 2010 Notre Dame graduate with a degree in peace studies, political science, and Spanish. Battle now serves as the Business Development Specialist witih Catholic Relief Services in Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

Kroc Institute alumna named to inaugural Domer Dozen

New book explores development of Jewish solidarity with Palestinians

In “Days of Awe: Reimagining Jewishness in Solidarity with Palestinians," Atalia Omer traces the development of American Jewish solidarity with Palestinians and the diverse social movements that have shaped this advocacy. She also explores the implications of this developing solidarity for Jewish tradition and identity now and into the future.

New book explores development of Jewish solidarity with Palestinians

Events

Ethnic Violence and the Healing of the ‘Burden of Ethnicity’

Emmanuel Katongole Professor of Theology and Peace Studies “Ethnic Violence and the Healing of the ‘Burden of Ethnicity’” is part of a book-length project entitled “Who Are My People? The Reinvention of Love in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Set against the backdrop of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, this chapter on ethnic violence...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Ethnic Violence and the Healing of the ‘Burden of Ethnicity’

Film Screening: Night School (2016)

Indianapolis has one of the lowest high school graduation rates in the country. For adult learners Greg, Melissa and Shynika, finally earning their high school diplomas could be a life-changing achievement. Emmy award-winning director Andrew Cohn’s absorbing documentary observes their individual pursuits, fraught with the challenges of daily life and...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Film Screening: Night School (2016)

Beyond Study Abroad

Undergraduate students from our international institutes will speak about their experiences, and representatives from the Keough School and its institutes will be available to answer questions and discuss: research grants, internships, conferences, majors and minors, language study, and funding opportunities.

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The Forum, Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Beyond Study Abroad