Austin Community College Pursues Credit Program Using Facilitated Competency Analysis Process

Austin Community College (ACC) in the fall 2010 established a multi-disciplinary committee to develop a peace and conflict effort.   This was followed by faculty participation in programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace, the University of Notre Dame’s Peace Studies Institute, and attendance at the American Red Cross seminar on international humanitarian law.  Throughout, programsContinue reading “Austin Community College Pursues Credit Program Using Facilitated Competency Analysis Process”

North American Community College Peace Studies Programs Gather

Over June 16-17, 2013 community college faculty and supporters of community colleges met in Cleveland, Ohio in a workshop designed to support efforts at building peace and conflict programs and initiatives.  Sponsored by the Global Issues Resource Center at Cuyahoga Community College, the workshop brought together faculty from community colleges in the U.S. and Canada,Continue reading “North American Community College Peace Studies Programs Gather”