Bishnu Sapkota, program advisor for Nepal Transition to Peace, will spend the next few weeks as a visiting scholar at the Kroc Institute.
Classes begin this week at Notre Dame, with peace studies undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students enrolled in more than 50 peace-related courses.
Notre Dame senior Molly Boyle has won a $10,000 grant for a project she designed to educate young mothers near Lima, Peru.
Three master's students recently conducted field research in the Philippines, Rwanda, and Uganda to explore how business can contribute to rebuilding war-torn regions.
Julie Macfarlane and Bernie Mayer, well-known specialists in mediation, have joined the Kroc Institute as adjunct professors of the practice.
What will the Middle East look like after the United States withdraws its military forces from Iraq and Afghanistan? To answer that question, it’s necessary to understand the strategies underlying past terrorist attacks, said journalist and historian Gwynne Dyer.
On October 2, 2006, a gunman shot ten girls in a schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Penn. The response of the Amish community touched and perplexed people around the world.