Peace and Conflict Studies

The U's mascot, Swoop, dressed in red, white, and blue waves to crowd.

Election hopes and fears

The U’s Peace and Conflict Club holds open dialogue ahead of the 2020 election.


ENGAGING IN CIVIL DISCOURSE

Transforming Classrooms into Inclusive Communities offers diversity training to help faculty and staff provide community-building approaches in their classrooms, programs and offices.


TABLE TALK

How to navigate post-election discussions with grace: Advice from the director of Peace and Conflict Studies and associate professor of social psychology.


U VET HONORED BY PEERS

Doctoral candidate Rich Stowell recognized as 2015 Student Veteran of the Year for his efforts to promote a greater level of understanding of veterans on campus.