Join teacher, mentor, and healer Tarell A. Rodgers ’93 as he presents “Don’t Run, Embrace it All.”
Peace and Conflict Studies Program
Interested in planning events and building the PACS program on campus?
The Committee meets once every two weeks throughout the semester, planning events, discussing ways to build the program, and responding to funding requests. Student members each take on one or two projects to work on during the year, attend meetings, and support PACS events.
Free public events will feature prominent speakers on race and social justice.
Expert on peace and conflict studies discusses ‘With all the World’s Violence, Where is Peace?’
Don Webster, former UN war crimes prosecutor in Rwanda and Tanzania, reflects on the '94 Rwandan genocide and the judicial response.
Students from five colleges present on topics from food insecurity and sexual violence to human rights and peace projects.
Experts on land use and conflict converge to discuss urban and rural issues surrounding this important topic.
Three international students raised in conflict—in Serbia, Rwanda, and Iraq—reflect on their experiences in a panel discussion.