Apply Soon to Summer Institute

Teams of college and university faculty seeking to launch or expand programs in peace studies are invited to apply to Kroc's second annual Summer Institute.

Apply Soon to Summer Institute

Kroc’s Year in Review

The Kroc Institute has published 2008-09: The Year in Review. Now available online, the report features updates on Kroc research and highlights of the academic year.

Kroc’s Year in Review

Essential Books for Conflict Transformation

A list of “100 Resource Books for Conflict Transformation” recommended by the prestigious Berghof Research Center in Berlin, includes eight books by Kroc faculty.

Essential Books for Conflict Transformation

Abolishing Nuclear Weapons

In the latest issue of Peace Policy, three experts explain why we must, we can, and we should work toward a world without nuclear weapons.

Abolishing Nuclear Weapons

Unchopping a Tree

In his new book, Ernesto Verdeja discusses the reconciliation of former enemies following war, genocide, or violence.

Unchopping a Tree

NSF Supports Research on Ending Civil Wars

Kroc researchers received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study how third parties can help end civil wars and promote respect for human rights, reduced poverty, and social justice.

NSF Supports Research on Ending Civil Wars

New Kroc Strategic Plan

The Kroc Institute's new strategic plan sets forth an ambitious vision for the next 5 years.

New Kroc Strategic Plan

Mason Joins Kroc Faculty

Patrick Q. Mason will serve as associate director for a multi-year research project comparing Islam and Catholicism.

Mason Joins Kroc Faculty

Oxford to Publish Volumes on Peace

Oxford University Press has accepted the Kroc Institute’s proposal to publish a multi-volume series on strategic peacebuilding, beginning this fall.

Oxford to Publish Volumes on Peace

Welcome New Peace Students

Classes began this week for Notre Dame students, including 16 new M.A. students and 4 new Ph.D. students in peace studies.

Welcome New Peace Students

Grants Empower Peace Research

Six Notre Dame professors who are fellows of the Kroc Institute received grants for research that intersects with issues of peace and conflict.

Grants Empower Peace Research