As Nelson Mandela said, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
At the Center for Peacemaking, we believe that faculty drive social change in two important ways: through education and knowledge creation. Peace educators play a crucial role in shaping the hearts and minds of tomorrow's agents of change. Likewise, peace scholars generate knowledge that informs action to build a more peaceful, equitable and just future.
Are you looking to integrate peacemaking into your teaching and research? We are excited to work with faculty from all colleges and departments.
Faculty guide to the Center for Peacemaking
Here's a few tips on how you can get the most out of the Center for Peacemaking:
- Maintain a peacemaking-focused research agenda. Apply for a competitive Rynne research fellowship to fund your summer research, or consider a peace research mini-grant for conference travel, professional development, or a student research assistant.
- Integrate peacemaking into your courses. Apply for a peace studies course development grant, or cross-list your course in peace studies.
- Host peacemakers in your classroom. Arrange for a distinguished speaker to guest lecture in your class, or bring your class to any of our events.
- Promote peace studies and the center to your students. Encourage your students to major or minor in peace studies and to explore our student programs.
- Connect with other faculty members. Browse the center's faculty scholars directory.
- Dive deep into your interests. Explore the books, films and resources available in the center's library.
Rev. T. Michael McNulty, S.J.
Scholar in Residence
Center for Peacemaking