We invite you to join our distinguished faculty members who are making unique contributions from their respective disciplines to develop a holistic understanding of peacemaking. The Center for Peacemaking is a resource to faculty across all colleges, departments and interests. The most common ways for faculty to get involved are through applying for research fellowships and mini-grants, attending speaker events, sharing and using teaching resources, and participating in social gatherings.

Faculty program highlights

  • Advancing research — Apply for a research fellowship or mini-grant to support your peacemaking-focused research agenda.
  • Fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration — Meet colleagues from across the university at our speaker series and social events, during which you can share ideas and knowledge.
  • Applying community-based participatory research — Partner with one of our community programs that produces leading insights to violence prevention in communities.
  • Enhancing the classroom experience — Schedule a classroom visit with our prominent speakers, and use available teaching resources such as the CRS Faculty Learning Commons.

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Contact Fr. T. Michael McNulty, S.J., if you are interested in learning more about how you can get involved at the Center for Peacemaking.