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The Marquette University Center for Peacemaking will award one grant for a full-time Marquette faculty member to develop a new course, or significantly revise an existing course, that explores and integrates issues of peacemaking and nonviolence.
The value of the Peace Studies Course Development Grant is $2,500.
Applications are due June 1, 2019. Download the Request for Proposals
We are especially interested in courses using an intersectional approach to the analysis of conflict, inequality, and/or nonviolent action. All course proposals will be considered.
Proposals are sought for courses that integrate two or more of the following areas:
Working for the cessation of violence. For example:
Methods for sustaining peace and preventing the spread of violence. For example:
Working to encourage and build a culture of sustainable peace. For example:
Exploring an intersectional approach to the analysis of conflict, inequality, and/or nonviolent action. For example:
Applicants must submit the following materials electronically (PDF or Word document) to Fr. T. Michael McNulty, S.J. by the end of day, June 1, 2019.