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Hope in Troubled Times

Building on themes in a new requiem for victims of terrorism, professors and community members of different faiths will reflect on finding hope in the midst of tragic loss.

Hope in Troubled Times

Peace in the Classroom

More than 40 peace-related classes in disciplines ranging from anthropology to economics await peace studies students this fall.

Peace in the Classroom

Free Online Materials on Peace Available

Online materials for university classes on Islam, peace studies, and terrorism are freely available through Notre Dame’s OpenCourseWare initiative.

Free Online Materials on Peace Available

Happy Birthday, Fr. Ted

Today is the 93rd birthday of Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., president emeritus of Notre Dame.

 Happy Birthday, Fr. Ted

New Fellows Focus on Peacebuilding

Two Catholic Relief Services Fellows are conducting research at the Kroc Institute while sharing their professional experiences from Latin America and Rwanda.

New Fellows Focus on Peacebuilding

Ph.D. Student Wins NSF Award

A Ph.D. candidate in political science and peace studies has received a three-year graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation.

Ph.D. Student Wins NSF Award