Rynne Research Fellowship
Named after our founder, Dr. Terrence (Terry) Rynne, the Rynne Research Fellowship acknowledges that peacemaking covers a wide array of disciplines and topics ranging from interpersonal to international. The awards are intended to fund work for a two-month period during the summer. Faculty and administrators are encouraged to submit a research proposal of their choice or a topic in one of the Center's research areas.
Rynne Research Fellowship: Summer Faculty and Administrator Research Award
Submissions accepted until Friday, February 15, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.
The Center for Peacemaking announces an award of two $2,500 research grants to two Marquette faculty or administrators to advance research on an aspect of nonviolent peacemaking.
Application materials need to be completed and submitted by February 15, 2013.
Dr. Terrence Rynne Received Peace Educator Honor
The Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict studies selected Dr. Rynne, adjunct professor in the Marquette University Theology Department, as the 2010-2011 Dick Ringler Distinguished Peace Educator.
The award is presented annually to a "Wisconsin faculty or staff member who has made an outstanding contribution to teaching or studying war, peace and/or global cooperation." Rynne received his doctoral degree in Theology from Marquette and is the author of Gandhi and Jesus: the Saving Power of Nonviolence.
Contact the Center for Peacemaking with any questions regarding this fellowship. (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 414-288-8446)