Back to School and Peacebuilding

Most community college faculty have now started back for the fall semester.   As the year progresses, opportunities may present themselves to provide a peacebuilding dimension to a class, an activity, or a college wide event.  It is often difficult once classes have started to shift or create new content. With many community college educators teachingContinue reading “Back to School and Peacebuilding”

Six Community Colleges Receive Awards Through USIP Public Education for Peacebuilding Support Program

The U.S. Institute of Peace and Institute of International Education recently announced the recipients of USIP’s Public Education for Peacebuilding Support program for the fall 2013. A total of 58 institutions (including public libraries) received awards in 26 states.  The program is: “…a new initiative of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and administeredContinue reading “Six Community Colleges Receive Awards Through USIP Public Education for Peacebuilding Support Program”

Montgomery College to Host Global Conflict and Peacebuilding Seminar, October 12-15

Montgomery College in Germantown, Maryland in partnership with the International Humanitarian Law Program at the American Red Cross will host a 4-day seminar for community college faculty October 12-15, 2013 (with an optional reception on October 11) on global peacebuilding.   This is a unique opportunity for faculty from across the U.S. to gather to exploreContinue reading “Montgomery College to Host Global Conflict and Peacebuilding Seminar, October 12-15”