Political protest, religion and peace, foreign policy, international development, and environmental justice are among the issues Notre Dame peace studies students will study in more than 60 peace studies courses offered during the 2014 fall semester.
The Kroc Institute has established a new international field site on Colombia's Caribbean Coast, partnering with three highly respected organizations where Kroc master’s students will receive training and serve as interns.
The new fellows, who specialize in film, French, sociology, and history, enrich interdisciplinary peace research and teaching.
Courses are taught by faculty at the Kroc Institute as well as in the Departments of Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Theology, and History
Fourteen second-year peace studies students will spend six months working for leading peace and justice groups in Israel/Palestine, the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda, Bhutan, and the United States.
Fifty-five faculty from 19 colleges and universities are attending the Kroc Institute’s Summer Institute for Faculty, “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century,” June 9-14.
Pul, coordinator of the Africa Justice and Peace Working Group for Catholic Relief Services, will research transitional justice practices in post-conflict communities.
Musicians, artists, performers, writers, scholars, and student-artists gathered at the Kroc Institute to explore connections among music, literature and peacebuilding.
Four peace studies master’s students recently conducted field research in Nicaragua, the Philippines, Rwanda, and Sierra Leone alongside Notre Dame MBA and law students.
The Kroc Institute's website kroc.nd.edu has won "Gold" and “Best in Show” in the 28th annual Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report, the largest educational advertising awards competition in the U.S. Judges consist of a national panel of higher education marketers, advertising creative directors, marketing and advertising professionals...